Al-Hikmah Students Virtual Learning

Ideas for e-Learning Activities

 Some of these sites need parental permission to use.

Website Information Brief Description
ABCya! Educational games in every subject area; strategy and skill games; videos and more.


Free math, science and other STEM-related content; personalized learning for every student; simulations, adaptive practice, study guides and more.


Interactive video and formative assessment tool; enhance videos created by you or by others with tools to embed questions and assignments.


Create or customize technology-enhanced assignments and assessments; access open-source resources that are already created; integrates with Google Classroom.



Digital library of eBooks for kids; picture books, chapter books, read-to-me, audiobooks, nonfiction, and quizzes; create sets of books to assign your students; free for teachers.


Class video response and reflection tool; question-led chat tool augmented by the power of video; start deeper, more empowering discussions.


Easily create flashcards, quiz shows, scavenger hunts, timelines, word searches, MadLibs and more using a Google Sheet.


Google Hangouts Meet HELP

All G Suite customers can use Hangouts Meet for easy-to-join video calls, free access to more advanced features, including are now available to all including larger meetings for up to 250 participants per call, live

streaming for up to 100K viewers within a domain, record meetings to Google Drive. Talk to Laura before using.

Kahoot Fun, engaging game-based learning and trivia; create your own or use “Kahoots” other teachers have already created




Instructional materials and videos; assign videos and lesson materials to students; create lessons and assignments; reporting for student usage and performance.
Newsela Library of nonfiction articles, text sets, questions, vocabulary, and writing prompts in every subject area.
PBS Kids Watch educational shows, play games, create stories; offline activity ideas, assessments lesson plans and more.


Pear Deck

Active learning and formative assessment; transform classroom presentations into interactive experiences; poling, vocabulary, and flashcards; Digital Citizenship lessons; integrates with Google.


Motivate students and reclaim your time. Free self-paced quizzes to review, assess, and engage—in class and at home.


Flashcards, learning tools and games; create your own or use a set that’s premade; embed photos and interactive diagrams.




With billions of leveled readers already accessed across the world, Raz-Kids is an award-winning resource that provides a library of differentiated books at 29 levels of difficulty students use to practice reading in school, at home, or on the go. Digital and mobile access means that students get the personalized reading practice they need anytime, anywhere.


Online reading activities, passages, and questions that improve reading comprehension; adaptive to student’s ability level; data dashboard for teachers.


Library of nonfiction and literary articles in every subject area with questions and vocabulary; lesson plans; units; novel studies; assign and track progress online.


Easy screen recorder allows you to record your camera and screen with audio and share your videos; allows for collaboration; integrates with Google.
Seesaw Seesaw is the best platform for empowering students to demonstrate and share their learning. Students use


powerful tools in the Seesaw app to create, reflect and demonstrate learning. When students share their learning in their Seesaw portfolio, teachers and families gain valuable insights into what their students know and can better support their development throughout the school year. Teachers tell us that students who use Seesaw feel empowered, motivated and proud, and that they are engaged in more meaningful ways.


A platform for teachers to build engaging digital worksheets or use worksheets other teachers have built; integrate video, images, and self-grading tools.

Xtra Math

A free program for students to practice and master basic math facts; addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; progress monitoring for teachers and parents.