The following resources have been chosen for their adaptability to nonspeaking students of varying ages and fluency levels. This list is updated regularly as new materials are identified.
Disney Imagineering in a Box/Khan Academy - Disney and Khan have partnered to teach how they use math, physics and engineering to create an immersive storytelling experience.
Mission US - Interactive history game taught using a "choose your own adventure" methodology.
Virtual Museum Tours - Twelve world-famous museums (The Getty, Guggenheim and British Museum just to name a few) offer virtual tours.
Documentaries for Social Responsibility - Common Sense Media has published a list of 12 documentaries for varying ages.
Virtual Field Trips - Tour famous places such as Easter Island from the comfort of home.
Educational Netflix - A list of shows that will feed the brain.
Rainbow Yoga - YouTube series with 17-minute practice sessions designed to lift your mood.
Lunchtime Doodles with Mo Willems - A daily Facebook live event hosted by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Engineering Activities - For motor practice and learning!