Remote Learning Resources

APS Family Support Resources

FREE Internet Options

Comcast Internet Essentials: Families of students at Title I schools (like Abingdon) can receive free internet. Information available at the following website:

Comcast ofrece 2 meses de internet gratis para familias elegibles. Aprende más

Abingdon Counseling Support

Talking to Kids about Coronavirus

This NPR audio link may be helpful to families talking to students in grades 3-5 about the coronavirus.This article from Confident Parents, Confident Kids offers ideas for what to do while schools are closed.

Other resources:

infographic of "15 ways we can help kids who are worried about Coronavirus"

Technical Support

⚠️ If you are having APS issued-student iPad access problems, please review this troubleshooting document or review the directions on our iPad Setup at Home page. If the first document does not help you, please also follow the steps in this additional technical resource.

If you need assistance during the closure, please email

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NOTE: This page is dynamic and is in progress – resources will be updated as content is received.

APS Learning at Home

COVID-19 School Closure Resources for Families of Students with Disabilities
Pre-K APS Pre-K at Home Resources
Pre-K Music Remote Activities | More Pre-K Music Remote ActivitiesLearning websites for pre-K | | | | |
Grade K APS Grade K at Home Resources
Grade 1 APS Grade 1 at Home Resources
Grade 2

APS Grade 2 at Home Resources

Typing Club | Username: Student ID# | School code: apsva (there is no password)

Grade 3

APS Grade 3 at Home Resources

Typing Club | Username: Student ID# | School code: apsva (there is no password)

Grade 4 APS Grade 4 at Home Resources
Grade 5 APS Grade 4 at Home Resources
PE Abingdon PE at Home Resources
Science 10 Days of Design Challenges at Home
Google Expeditions
Keep a daily photo journal with captions in SeeSaw
Science Fusion workbooks

Full STEM Ahead – free online coding events with live instructors

Swift Playgrounds: iPad app that was developed by Apple R and D to help young learners build coding skills through a fun, thought-provoking game.

Brain It On: iPad app that helps develop critical thinking and problem solving skills while learning principles of motion along the This is a browser-based, computer-aided design tool that helps young learners build a mission-critical, 21st century skill. If families are interested, have them create an account or they can contact me directly to add their child to the school account.

Google Expeditions: iPad app that integrates augmented reality with content we teach.


Access to databases MACKINVIA databases:

APS Library Spring Reading Bingo

English Language Arts

Grades 3-5 ELA at Home Resources (Spanish)
Grades 3-5 ELA at Home Resources (Arabic)


School URL:

School Code: bqt4/7ztc

Learning A-Z

Virtual reading support from Learning A-Z during school closures


Grades PreK-3: choose “scan code”
Grades 4-5: choose “sign in with Google”


Tips: Use Safari, not the BrainPOP app on an iPad. Select “Login,” not “Enter Code”.

Username: abingdon
Password: brainpop