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P.S. 212 Lady Deborah Moody School
The award-winning website where K-5 students go to read — anytime, anywhere!
Students can log into their accounts using the login card provided by their classroom teacher.
Phonics and early reading practice
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Brooklyn Public Library
Brooklyn Public Library offers the parents of babies, kids and teens a wide array of resources and services, both in our libraries and on the web.
Homework help line for elementary and middle school students, run by classroom teachers.
NYC Parks Events for Kids
NYC Parks offers a multitude of events, programs and activities made with kids especially in mind.
Remind is a free, safe and simple way for educators to instantly text-message students, parents, and other educators.
Road Runners Club
Brighton Neighborhood Association
Ladders for Leaders
The NYC Ladders for Leaders program provides high school and college students the opportunity to participate in summer internships with some of the most dynamic corporations and businesses in New York City.
Seeds to Trees
Since 1992, Seeds to Trees has introduced thousands of NYC children to urban ecology and nature through a distinctive combination of hands-on classroom activities, unparalleled field experiences and expert teacher training – all lead by our skilled environmental educators.
Green Girls is an innovative program that inspires early adolescents to excel as environmental scientists, media artists and stewards of New York City’s precious natural resources.
Teens can “get their feet wet” in some of New York’s coastal hot spots, while studying New York City’s dynamic aquatic ecosystems.
When school is out, Teen PASS offers FREE, exceptional clubs that focus on the areas of NYC Parks, arts, environmental science and sports that are tailored to the interests and talents of 6th - 8th graders. We create a safe space for young people to grow as scientists and artists, nature lovers and healthy individuals alongside our gifted staff.
Each year we provide programming to more than 30,000 youth through recycling and sustainability programs, school garden initiatives and support, nutrition education, Greenmarket school tours, in-school curricula, environmental education, and much more.
Free classes and courses available online for any level - Elementary, High School, and College.