Larimer County: Education and Family Resources

This page includes resources for students who are transitioning to online learning and services to support families while they are Staying at Home. 

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Resources for Learning at Home

In an effort to help schools plan for educational continuity while the suspension of in-person learning is in effect, the Colorado Department of Education has curated a list of best practices for remote learning and teaching including free web-based resources to help keep students academically engaged. We recognize that the multitude of resources for remote learning can be overwhelming so we have collected and organized material by content area and grade level that may be useful as educators develop plans for their students. While remote learning through the Internet provides a great deal of flexibility in learning opportunities, educators should also consider utilizing hard copy resources (e.g., packet work, textbooks).

 

CLEL’s storyblocks

Storyblocks is a project of Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy, working in partnership with Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Services. It is a collection of 30-60 second videos designed to model to parents, caregivers, and library staff some songs, rhymes, and fingerplays appropriate for early childhood. Each video clip includes helpful early literacy tips to increase caregivers’ understanding of child development and pre-literacy needs.

Boys & Girls Clubs Of Larimer County

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County is a comprehensive, facility-based, after-school and summer program that includes meals, positive youth development programming, and mentoring for the lowest cost in Larimer County.

 
Easter Seals Colorado

Easter Seals Colorado provides services for people with disabilities and their families.

 

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Gaia | Stay At home Colorado

Gaia, located in the city of Louisville for the past nine years, is powered by more than 100 locally based employees. Gaia is proud to team up with Governor Polis to help stop the spread of COVID-19 by offering this free resource to help Coloradans feel healthy, happy and centered during this time of isolation.

 

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