Remote Learning Resources

The Remote Learning Resources page is designed to assist Tuckahoe families during the COVID-19 school closure event and to help skill practice continue at home.  The resources below are APS approved resources.  Your child’s classroom teacher can provide you with more information about which resources are used in the classroom.


A Message from APS About Learning At Home

Technical Support

If you are experiencing technical issues with your child’s APS issued student iPad, please see these directions on how to connect the iPad to your home wifi network using Global Protect.  If the directions do not help, please read this additional handout for troubleshooting directions.  If you are also having issues accessing APS resources, or need additional technical assistance, please email the Tuckahoe Tech Help email address below.

Who do I contact for Technology Questions or Technical Support?

If you need technical assistance during the closure pertaining to your child’s APS issued iPad, apps, connectivity, or accessing resources, please email Tuktechhelp@apsva.us In the email, please include the first and last name of your child, grade level, and student ID number.  Please explain the issue in as much detail as possible, to include screenshots (if necessary). This email will be checked regularly by Meredith Allen, Tuckahoe’s Instructional Technology Coordinator.  Your email will be answered in a timely manner.

If your child forgets a password, please email your child’s homeroom teacher.

If you have questions about Arlington Public Schools Electronic Databases and Library Resources, please email Tuckahoe’s librarian, Kristin Brynsvold (kristin.brynsvold@apsva.us).

Please remember that many resources are being used by people all over the world who are now engaged in distance learning and it is understandable that they may be overwhelmed due to high demand and heavy traffic.
How to clean your APS iPad

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:

Accessing At – Home Resources

The Arlington Public Schools Department of Teaching and Learning has prepared at home learning activities for students in grades Pre K  – 5.  The learning activities are also available for parents to view in ParentVUE.  These activities are not required and will not be graded upon your child’s return to school.
Pre – K APS Pre – K Learning Plan
Kindergarten APS Kindergarten Learning Plan
1st Grade  APS 1st Grade Learning Plan
2nd Grade  APS 2nd Grade Learning Plan
3rd Grade  APS 3rd Grade Choice Board
4th Grade  APS 4th Grade Choice Board
5th Grade APS 5th Grade Choice Board
Library Databases Directions on how to access the Library catalog and online databases at home
Art Activities Kindergarten
1st Grade
2nd Grade
3rd Grade
4th Grade
5th Grade
Music Activities Pre – K
Kindergarten
1st Grade
2nd Grade
3rd Grade
4th Grade
5th Grade
Reading/Library Activities Scholastic At Home Learning Activities – activities for all grade levels
Create your own paper comic
Author Read Alouds  – a list of free read alouds from children’s authors
Health & PE March DEAM (Drop Everything and Move) Calendar
K – 2 Home Exercise Task Sheet
3rd – 5th Grade Home Exercise Task Sheet
STEM Full STEM Ahead – free online coding events with live instructors
10 days of Design Thinking Challenges to Try at Home Using Recyclables