It's tough in a typical school year to serve each student's unique learning needs, but the coronavirus pandemic has transformed the meaning of meeting all students "where they are." For many, this means converting some or all elements of your teaching and curriculum to distance learning. \nWe've heard from educators how overwhelming it can be to wade through the dozens of emails and articles with hundreds of "great apps for distance learning" from people and companies that possibly have their interests -- and not yours -- in mind. That's why we've curated this short list of free, quality classroom resources for each grade band and subject area. Each tool has scored well on our research-based ratings rubric. More importantly, each tool is something we think would work well given the unique circumstances of the pandemic. Of course, you'll also want to dig in to their privacy and safety practices, so make sure to check out the privacy evaluations on the review pages (when available).\nElementary school math and science\nKhan Academy Kids \n\n\tCreative, smart mix of pre-K to K activities is a breath of fresh air\n\tPrice: Free\n\tPlatforms: iOS, Android, Amazon\nTami's Tower\nBuild a tower, test, and improve to help a hungry monkey\n\tPrice: Free\n\tPlatforms: iOS, Android, Amazon\nYummyMath\nMake math matter with problems kids can relate to\n\tPrice: Limited free content\n\tPlatforms: Web\n \nElementary school ELA and social studies\nEpic!\nFree, expansive digital library unlocks treasure trove of books\n\tPrice: Free for teachers\n\tPlatforms: iOS, Android, Chrome\n\t \nLalilo\nK-2 literacy program offers comprehensive, adaptive activities\n\tPrice: Free and paid versions\n\tPlatforms: Web\n\t \nRewordify\nText-leveling tool gives every student access to complex readings\n\tPrice: Free\n\tPlatforms: Web\n \nElementary school arts and creativity\nArtsonia\nOnline art museum empowers students to exhibit, explain their work\n\tPrice: Free\n\tPlatforms: Web, iOS, Android\nPicture Dots\nKids connect the dots with multisensory, interactive media creator\n\tPrice: Free\n\tPlatforms: iOS\nSound Rebound\nMake musical contraptions with playful sound and physics sandbox\n\tPrice: Free\n\tPlatforms: iOS\n \nMiddle school math and science\nCK-12\nSuper STEM, social studies resource with highly customizable content\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nInside Mathematics\nDynamic videos and printables support CCSS math practices\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nScience Journal by Google\nTurn your phone into a lab sensor to collect and analyze data\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: iOS, Android, Chrome\n \nMiddle school ELA and social studies\n826 Digital\nPopular after-school program shares its resources with teachers\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nCommonLit\nFeature-rich literacy resource offers superb support for readers\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\niCivics\nExceptionally well-designed games, lesson plans demystify government\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web (individual games available on iOS and Android)\n \nMiddle school arts and creativity\nGoogle Arts & Culture\nExcellent curation and an unmatched art collection invite exploration\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nMy Hero\nGlobal community of storytellers share inspiring examples of humanity\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nTinkercad\nAmazingly simple yet powerful online CAD tool turns kids into makers\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web, iOS, Chrome\n \nHigh school math and science\nBig History Project\nFascinating look at life's bigger questions with a fresh perspective\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nBioInteractive\nHigh-quality multimedia brings biological research to life\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nCanFigureIt Geometry\nFlex your deductive reasoning muscles with geometric proofs\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\n \nHigh school ELA and social studies\nFacing History\nA wealth of resources explore racism, prejudice, and anti-Semitism\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nGlobal Oneness Project\nCaptivating, cross-curricular stories increase cultural awareness\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nGlose\nInteractive ebooks and web content make reading a social experience\n\tPrice: Free (200 students and five classrooms)\n\tPlatforms: Web\n \nHigh school arts and creativity\nAdobe Spark\nSuper-flexible design tool for crafting fab images, videos, and sites\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: Web\nGarageBand\nAmazingly powerful audio workstation unleashes creativity\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: iOS, Mac\nSnapseed\nExtremely powerful photo editor will equally delight pros, amateurs\n\tPrice: Free \n\tPlatforms: iOS, Android\n \nCheck out our Common Sense Selections for Learning to find best-in-class media resources and tools that facilitate great learning experiences for students and educators.