If you are in need of a district chromebook, please stop by during our open pickup hours, Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30 AM until 12:00 PM to pick one up for your children. You must have internet access for the chromebook to work.
We are at 111 Bethel St. NE, 98506 Come around back to Tullis St. and look for the ramp with the large blue handrail.
Unfortunately, we are currently out of WiFi hotspots. If you would like to be placed on the waiting list for when we get more; if you need to make alternate arrangements for obtaining chromebooks; or if you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 360-596-8530.
Supplemental Learning Resources
These learning resources are provided to support student learning. More information
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For OSD technology support, please call the student and family support phone number 360-596-8530
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- Art for Kids (K-5)
- Family YouTube art channel.
- Art projects (K-5)
- 40 of the best art projects for kids.
- Chrome Music Lab (K-12)
- Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments.
- Drawing Now (K-8)
- Drawing tutorials (no need to download).
- Hook Pad (9-12)
- Music production platform.
- Hook Theory: Theory Tab (9-12)
- Tabs that show the theory behind the songs.
- Lunch Doodles - Kennedy Center (K-5)
- Mo Willems invites you into his studio every day for his LUNCH DOODLE. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks. Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons and join Mo to explore ways of writing and making together.
- TATE (K-5)
- Art project ideas, games, quizzes and videos.
- Virtual Field Trip (3-5)
- Take a virtual field trip of the eastern wing of the Louvre - featuring a collection of Egyptian antiquities.
- Committee For Children (PK)
- Little Children Big Challenges: general resilience.
- Florida Center for Reading Research (PK)
- Literacy games
- Get Ready To Read (PK)
- Get Ready to Read! is designed to support educators, parents, and young children in the development of early literacy skills in the years before kindergarten.
- National Association for the Education of Young Children (PK)
- Find research-based resources, tips and ideas for families—from child development to reading, writing, music, math, and more!
- Ready Rosie (PK)
- Toolkit of options to support family learning at home.
English Language Arts
- Audio Stories (K-12)
- Anyone, in any country, can enjoy unlimited streaming of hundreds of titles for kids and families for free. Available in multiple languages.
- Library of Congress (6-12)
- This has a variety of resources that celebrate the wonder of reading, a poem of day, fun science facts, today in history, and the ability to explore primary sources.
- National Geographic (K-5)
- Listen and Read with National Geographic!
- Typing Club (1-12)
- OSD’s Online typing program.
- VOCA (6-12)
- Voca includes multiple recordings of poets who have read for the Poetry Center numerous times over the years.
- Wonders Reading (K-5)
- Online Reading curriculum. Students will need their login information. Students can access their current reading activities.
- World Book Online (K-5)
- A core database supported by supplemental tools. Helps students of all ages find the content they need at the correct reading level. Username and password: olympiasd
- ACT (10-12)
- Information from ACT
- AP (10-12)
- Information from College Board
- AP Video Reviews (10-12)
- AP Classes and Review Videos go live Wednesday, March 25, 2020
- IB (11-12)
- Extention information from IBO
- IB Update 3/27/2020 (11-12)
- Please note, the information in this message supersedes any other information previously released by the IB.
- Inthinking Subject Sites (11-12)
- English, Spanish, French, History, Psychology, Chemistry, Environmental Systems and Math, Physics, Biology, Math Studies (good for statistics) and Visual Arts.
- SAT (10-12)
- Information from College Board
- Bridges Apps (K-5)
- Visual app models that are featured within Bridges math. All apps are available in two versions: web based and downloadable version for specific operating systems.
- Bridges Math (K-5)
- Online Math resources.. Students will need their login information and can login through the portal.. Students can access lessons and publications.
- Desmos (6-12)
- Graph functions, plot data, evaluate equations, explore transformations, and much more – for free!
- Illustrative Math (6-8)
- Access to our district approved middle school math resources.
- Illustrative Math (9-12)
- Access to the high school math pilot resources.
- Investigations games (K-5)
- Math games for kids.
- Math Opportunity Tasks (6-12)
- These are rich math tasks for grades 6-12 that cover a variety of math topics.
- NRICH (K-12)
- Math activities and games.
- Open Middle (K-12)
- Math prcatice for all ages (use the grade tabs across the top).
- Starfall (K-2)
- Starfall is a website that allows students to access a variety of online activities. Students can easily access the resources.
- ThatQuiz (K-5)
- ThatQuiz has numerous math practice activities for students with a simple design.
- You Cubed – Week of Inspirational Math (9-12)
- These are rich math tasks that cover a variety of content and are part of the “Week of Inspirational Math”. This site includes math tasks by grade as well as videos about particular math concepts and mathematical mindsets.
- Anatomy Arcade (9-12)
- Make basic human anatomy come alive through games, interactivities and video.
- CK-12 (K-12)
- A wide variety of subjects and resources for all ages.
- ChooseMyPlate (K-12)
- Learn to build healthy eating habits.
- Coding (K-12)
- A great option for students to practice computer science and block code.
- Comic Books (K-5)
- Allow students to use creative writing skills and illustrations to create their own comic. Print the template or just show for ideas. Comic Book Template
- Cross-Curricular Opportunities (K-12)
- Each day includes four separate learning experiences.
- Human Anatomy (9-12)
- Learn about the human anatomy.
- Khan Academy (K-12)
- Student suggestions - including a schedule for the day and activities.
- Learn Zillion (K-12)
- 1,000 + instructional videos for math and ELA.
- Manufacturing (9-12)
- Welding Tips and Tricks
- Meditation and Mindfulness (K-8)
- Learn the fundamentals of meditation and mindfulness.
- Oregon Trail Journal (4-5)
- Let students pretend they are on an Oregon Trail journey and have them keep a journal. Oregon Trail Journal
- Proquest Databases (6-12)
- OSD libraries offer the Proquest database collection for research. The collection includes: Proquest Elibrary Culture-Grams SIRS Discoverer Learning Literature History Study Center
- TedEd (6-12)
- TedEd Talks - various subjects with lessons, questions and discussion topics.
- World Book Online (6-12)
- World Book online is a source for reading content for students of all ages and reading abilities. Students can find articles, utilize online dictionaries, complete educational games and activities, and access maps and timelines
- myTRL (K-12)
- All OSD students have full access to online materials/services at Timberland Regional Library, including research resources, eBooks, digital magazines, downloadable music, videos, and kids and teen homework help.
- GoNoodle - Nickelodeon (K-5)
- A great way to get students active at home!
- Physical Activities (K-12)
- Activity ideas for home movement.
- Physical Activities (K-5)
- Get Moving: 15 Fun Activities for Kids.
- Physical Activities (K-12)
- Top 20 indoor activities for Kids stuck at home.
- ToGether Counts (K-12)
- Looking for something to do as a family? Check out this winter activity sheet and discover the fun in being active together.
- Common Sense Media for Parents (K-12)
- Commonsense Media is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping kids succeed in a world of media and technology. Information, tools, and other resources for parents are available on the site.
- New Routines (K-12)
- How to make routines for your family for supplemental learning.
- SecURLy Parent Portal (K-12)
- Help you monitor your child’s online activity.
- Data Science Activities (6-12)
- This website engages students in dynamic data science problems that are applicable to high school students. Students explore data from real data sets to analyze data and explore important questions.
- Go Outside (K-12)
- Outside activities related to environmental sustainability.
- Home Watershed Activity (K-5)
- Activities that encourage students to do some exploring on the watershed process. Home Watershed Activities
- Mystery Science (K-5)
- Free, easy science for remote learning.
- NASA Kids' Club (K-5)
- Play games and learn about NASA
- Nature Lab (6-8)
- Interactive nature-based lessons
- Nature Webcams (K-12)
- 25 nature webcams for science learning at a distance.
- Science News for Students (6-8)
- From a weekly word to a new learning series, here’s how Science News for Students can help young science learners while schools are closed.
- Weather Journaling (K-1)
- A weather journal that inspires students to track their surroundings. Weather Journal
- Zoonooz (K-12)
- San Diego Zoo pictures and articles.
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association  (K-12)
- The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association provides a wide range of resources to support speech and language development.
- Do2Learn (K-12)
- do2Learn provides a wide variety of tools including visual schedules, picture cards, communication prompts and more!
- Fine and Gross Motor Calendar (K-12)
- This daily calendar provides a daily fine motor and gross motor activity.
- Lit 2 Go (6-12)
- Lit2Go is a collection of free stories and poems. It includes audio and print versions, as well as student activities.
- Living Well with Autism (K-12)
- Living Well with Autism has several resources for families of students with special needs. This specific page has visual schedules to help with daily routines such as morning and evening routines.
- OSPI Mathematics Resources (K-12)
- OSPI has started creating a list of free math resources students can access during school closures. As they plan to update frequently, please continue to check back.
- OSPI Social and Emotional Learning (K-12)
- Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is broadly understood as a process through which individuals build awareness and skills in managing emotions, setting goals, establishing relationships, and making responsible decisions that support success in school and in life. When we think of educating the whole child, their social and emotional development must be considered as a part of overall instruction.
- PBIS World: Creating Individual and Creative Schedules (K-12)
- PBIS World has a variety of helpful resources for educators and families. This specific page helps families and students by creating a schedule that meets their specific needs. Downloadable calendars, visual schedules, and ideas on how to best utilize these tools.
- ReadWrite Think (K-12)
- In the 'printouts' section of the ReadWriteThink website, they offer a wide variety of graphic organizers to support reading comprehension and writing.
- Reading Rockets (K-5)
- Reading Rockets provides tips for how to support struggling readers.
- Sensory Based Activities for Home (K-12)
- This list of sensory based activities can be completed in the home environment and adapted to the resources you have available.
- Understood.org - Executive Functioning Strategies (K-12)
- The "Executive Functioning Strategies for Your Child" section of the understood.org website provides organizational strategies and tips for Early Childhood learning through High School.