Curriculum Resources for Service Providers

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DCYF, SFUSD, our City partners, Community-Based Organizations, and many others have been hard at work putting together resource and curriculum guides for service providers to use during school closures. It has been touching to see so many different communities come together to share ways that we can support each other during these challenging times. We are truly all in this together, and we are grateful for your support.

If you are looking for information and resources about how to convert your agency’s programming for distance learning, please be sure to visit our Online Learning Resources for Service Providers page.

SFUSD’s Distance Learning Resources for Educators

SFUSD has compiled lots of excellent material for educators. Instructional resources, webinars, access to books and a

Wide Open School

Wide Open School is a free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids, curated by the editors at Common Sense. The goal: help make learning from home an experience that inspires kids, supports educators, relieves families, and restores community.

Creative Arts

Picasso famously said, “every child is an artist. The problem is to remain an artist when they grow up.” Get ideas here about how to encourage and nurture the artistic side in all of the children and youth you work with.

Language Arts & Literacy

Lesson plans for fun and interactive literacy activities, resources for free books, games, tool kits, and more.

Outdoor Recreation & Physical Activity

Get up and moving, get outside, and have fun doing it! Find fun games, find a park near you, and much more.

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)

Activity guides, tool kits, games, math activities, maker resources.

Social Emotional Learning, Wellness, and Trauma-Informed Practices

Resources for teaching and incorporating social emotional learning, wellness, and trauma-informed practices in your program.


Catch all for so many cool things: bulletin board ideas, crafts, history curriculum, educator connections, and much more.