Parents and Students

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Arts and Culture
Early Childhood
Library (Books and Magazines)

Free Math Websites

  • K-12 Region 11

  • Dana Center Performance Tasks

  • Hand2Mind - Free 60-day trial of our virtual manipulatives

Online Calculator ***


  • Desmos

(includes 4 Function, Scientific, Graphing)



  • TI-84 CE Calculator


Free Download

Choose COVID-19 Support on top right, Click red button - "Download

now," Click red button - "Select software for students," Choose

the first option for a TI-84 CE calculator, Enter email, Click red button - "Submit,"

Proceed with the download



Math Games

Facts Card games K-5

Add, Subtraction, and Multiplication K-4

Add and Subtraction K-4





Science Link 1

Science Link 2

Science Link 3

Social Studies
Special Populations
Adult Education

Early Childhood
Social Studies
Special Populations
Arts and Culture
Library (Books and Magazines)

Things to Do As a Family Without Technology:
*Jigsaw puzzles
*Taking a walk
*Establish an exercise routine
*Nature walks (chatting, collecting rocks and leaves, looking for bugs)
*Board Games
*Our Own Games
*Puppet Shows
*Making up skits
*Active Games (e.g., Frisbee, basketball in the drive way, Four Square, Hopscotch, running through obstacle courses the kids set up, touch football)
*Playing an instrument, singing
*Arts & crafts projects
*Putting on a play Journal/diary writing
*Outdoor water play
*Indoor Hide and Seek
*Bird Watching
*Build a birdhouse or birdfeeder
*Cooking meals together
*Picnicking (indoor or outdoor)
*Bike riding
*Doing volunteer work (e.g., raking an older neighbor’s leaves)
*Caring for a pet
*Playing board and card games
*Looking through old family albums together
*Taking fun family photos and videos
*Baking cookies together
*Make chalk pictures on the sidewalk.
*Making pizza from scratch
*Trying new food
*Playing games such as 20 questions, Simon Says, Charades, Doing a Treasure Hunt
*Plant some seeds or a tree
*Organize your house, room, junk
*Throw out old stuff
*Clean house
*Phone friends/relatives
*Read (books, magazines, graphic novels, etc)

Name of OrganizationDescription of ServicePhone Number Website 
Community Resources-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
211 Texas/United Way HelplineA free, confidential helpline operated by United Way of Greater Houston, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week211
Workforce SolutionsApply for Unemployment Benefits1-888-469-JOBS (5627)
Career and Recovery Resources, IncCareer
United Way of Greater HoustonComprehensive Community Resources713-685-2300
Houston Food BankFood Pantry and Emergency
Catholic CharitiesFood, clothing and shelter for people in need and a network of services supporting infants to seniors713-526-4611
Northwest Assistance Ministries Provides assistance in areas including food, shelter, health, education, safety and financial education281-583-5600
Memorial Assistance MinistriesRent and utility assistance, crisis counseling, benefits applications and general basic needs  713-468-4516
Neighborhood Centers Inc (Baker-Ripley)Rent and utility assistance, crisis counseling, benefits applications and general basic needs 713-667-9400
Harris County Community Services Department Housing and basic needs 832-927-4700---
Gulf Coast Community Services Association Comprehensive services for housing, financial assistance, and basic needs 713-393-4700
COMCAST - XfinityFree Internet Access 
Educational Resources ------------------- -------------------------- 
USA LearnsFree online English language Course
Cambridge University PressFree Ventures Games Activities for Book Basic, 1, 2, 3, 4  ------
Pro Literacy Free online literacy courses for ESL and ABE Learners
Khan AcademyFree online Math Courses ABE/ASE Learners ------
GCF GlobalFree online courses for ESL and ABE Learners
Math Is FunFree online Math Courses for ABE Learners
GED Testing Service Free Study Guide on Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies