Resource Center

The BOOST Cafe Resource Center is a collection of FREE resources curated by BOOST and sorted by grade level and category.

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Free Back to School Curriculum, Printables & Activities

   Curriculum & Enrichment, Other

Teachers Pay Teachers is the go-to platform created by teachers, for teachers to access the community, content, and tools they need to teach at their best. Founded in 2006, TpT provides a marketplace for teachers to exchange instructional materials and access easy-to-use digital tools. Today, TpT empowers teachers with the world’s largest catalog of over 5 million pieces of educator-created content. Our community of more than 7 million educators — including 85% of PreK-12 U.S. teachers — use TpT to save time, support students, and learn from each other.

Summer Activity Guide

Elementary School   Middle School   High School      Digital Learning & Apps

The Summer Activity Guide is a suite of fun and engaging activities and challenges that are perfect for groups or individuals. Summers are for fun and engaged learning. The Summer Activity Guides were developed to help engage youth with supportive adults in a range of places. Originally designed to accommodate COVID-19 summer, we hope that the suite activities and challenges will help young people learn and thrive in the summer of 2022 and beyond.

FREE Printable Worksheet Bundles for Summer Learning

High School

Elementary School   Middle School      

Just because school is out for the summer doesn’t mean the learning has to stop! Whether you’re on the hunt for practice tools for your students to work on at home, activities for your summer school program, or you’re already thinking ahead to next year, we’ve got you covered.

KERA Summer Learning Challenge

Middle School

Pre K   Elementary School      Curriculum & Enrichment

Welcome parents and caregivers! The Summer Learning Challenge provides a structured-but-flexible blueprint for keeping kids curious and engaged throughout the summer months. This free annual program is geared for children ages 2 to 8 and features PBS characters, activities and events.

Cade at Home

Elementary School

Elementary School   Middle School      STEM Curriculum

Everyone says that necessity is the mother of invention, but at the Cade, we see inventions born from all of these Mothers of Invention: Necessity, Curiosity, Imagination, Iteration, and Serendipity. For lessons, we’ll include everyday things you can use at home for activities, plus step-by-step videos and instructions to invent and create at home! Let’s get started. Just click one of the images below to see exciting lessons and activities for each age group!


Middle School

Elementary School   Middle School   High School      Digital Learning

TypeTastic is an easy and flexible online typing tutor which gives the students the tools to learn fluent touch-typing technique through a variety of games and activities.

Camp Candlewick

High School

Elementary School   Middle School      Digital Learning

Camp Candlewick is a monthlong online program for avid young readers who may be staying home this summer. Young people in grades K-8 can engage in a virtual book camp that encourages them to take part in shared reads, activities, and streaming events with prominent creators.

Understanding Neopronouns

Middle School

Pre K   Elementary School   Middle School   High School   Higher Education      Diversity & Inclusion

Pronouns are the words we use to refer to ourselves and others and are an important part of our daily lives. In English, the most common personal pronouns are he/him/his and she/her/hers, which are typically used to refer to people who identify their gender (identity) as masculine or feminine, respectively. They/them/theirs is another common set of pronouns that is used by many non-binary people. On this page you will find answers for several common questions about neopronouns as well as a table listing the conjugations of several common neopronouns.

Mentally Healthy Schools

Higher Education

Elementary School   Middle School   High School      Mental Health

Information, resources and tips for identifying, understanding and managing children in the classroom affected by trauma.

San Diegans for Gun Violence Prevention

High School

Pre K   Elementary School   Middle School   High School   Higher Education      Advocacy & Policy

SD4GVP, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization, is a coalition of concerned citizens united to end gun violence in America. This coalition includes many San Diego County organizations and individual citizens, just like you and me, who are stepping up to change our laws and prevent gun violence once and for all, through advocacy and education.