For Parents

Community Resources

 

2-1-1 is the national abbreviated dialing code for free access to health and human services information and referral.

Mi Casa is among Colorado’s oldest and largest Latino-serving nonprofit organizations. Since 1976, Mi Casa has been dedicated to advancing the economic success of Latino and working families in the Denver Metro area.

Learning Resources

  • Engage New York- Common Core Resource

In English

  • Great Kids, Milestones

In English

  • Raise the Bar Parents

In English

  • Common Core Resources in Spanish

En Español

  • U.S. Department of Education, Parents

In English
En Español

  • Colorado Department of Education, For Parents

In English
En Español

A bilingual site for families and educators of English language learners

 

For Students

An interactive resource for kids to explore global education. This website provides a variety of games, stories, and learning opportunities such as counting in other languages, ancient stories from various cultures and art in different countries.

This website provides listening, visual, and interactive experiences for kids in all subject areas. Set mainly in the UK, this website is intended for children 4-11 to play and explore math, art, science, social studies, literacy, and many other subjects through games, videos, and podcasts.

This website aims at improving and quizzing student vocabulary. For each correct answer, they donate 10 grains of rice to help end world hunger.

Take a trip around the world. This simple website takes students to various countries and gives them access to games, crafts, museums and recipes. The games gives both children and parents global games to play together.

Features different people, animals and places with facts, games, activities and that relate to the world around us.

For Teachers

The United Nations Cyberschoolbus is a website about global issues and the UN, for students ages 5-18 and their teachers.

A list of teacher grants for grades PreK-12.

ISSN educators connecting and collaborating around a shared mission of developing globally competent, college-ready students.

Youth Service America increases the number and the diversity of young people, ages 5-25, serving in substantive roles.

Schools. Heifer’s education programs give teachers the resources to educate their students about their world.

DonorsChoose.org is an online charity that makes it easy to help students in need through school donations.

Partnership for Global Learning Website with Graduation Performance System Resources for ISSN.

Create an educator account to open up the world to your classroom.

An elementary library media specialist reviews iPad apps as they map to an updated version of Bloom’s Taxonomy.

World View’s resource page brims with excellent education resources in global studies. No matter your discipline, there is good information out there that can help you bring an even stronger global perspective to your classroom or school. They have compiled many strong web sites and lesson plans in the categories provided below.

Activities to help kids learn about the world, geo-literacy, politics, maps skills, flags, weather, and more…