BCSC At Home Learning

  • Stop The link to BCSC At Home Learning Resources is listed below.  Before printing entire packets, please look through them carefully. 

    ***If you have concerns with At Home Learning, contact your school principal.  CLICK HERE for a list of school phone numbers or call the BCSC Administration office at 317-852-5726.***

    MORE GUIDANCE FOR AT HOME LEARNING TO BE SHARED AFTER APRIL 10, 2020.  FOR THOSE STILL COMPLETING PAST ASSIGNMENTS:

    Many of the pages are reading passages, directions for work, or answer sheets.  In order to save you paper and ink, we suggest having students read all materials on a computer, tablet, or phone.  If there are multiple choice pages, write the answers on a piece of school paper.  If students are asked to answer questions that would require several sentences, those could also be written on notebook paper or copy paper or the back of a paper that is in your recycle pile at home.  There are some papers that will need to be printed, but if you spend some time in advance looking through what must be printed versus what could be read on the computer or written on a piece of paper, your printing will be much less.  If you complete the assignment on separate paper, please be sure to label the assignment with the subject, grade, and day of work (the naming of each assignment should be listed in the bottom right hand corner of each page).  CLICK HERE for a help screen for printing select pages.  If you have questions, please email your child’s teacher.  CLICK HERE to visit the BCSC staff directory.

     

    CLICK HERE TO VIEW BCSC AT HOME LEARNING RESOURCES FOR MARCH 16-20

    AT HOME LEARNING RESOURCES FOR APRIL 13 AND BEYOND TO BE SHARED AFTER APRIL 10

     

    We recommend using the free ‘Abode Acrobat Reader’ on your PC for viewing your packets, available at https://get.adobe.com/reader/  
    (Please uncheck the ‘optional offers’ before downloading)

     


    Additional resources being offered at no charge

    Many educational software companies have offered their resources for free.  Here are three that we use in our elementary classrooms and we feel would be great resources if you feel you need more activities for your children.  

    BrainPop: CLICK HERE
    They offer a 30 day free trial.  All content areas, used mostly in elementary and some middle school classrooms.

    Scholastic: CLICK HERE
    Scholastic is a company that provides our student magazines, they are offering at home learning opportunities.

    Learning A-Z: CLICK HERE

    Learning A-Z overs a free 14 day trial.  (Before signing up for the free trial, ask your child if they already have an account.  We use this program with all students in Kdg and 1st grade and some students in other elementary grades.)