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This is a tough time for everyone. If you’re caring for a child or children and practicing social distancing, you may be at a loss as to how to engage your child(ren) most of the day. We hope that some of these resources are helpful for you and your family.
- Scholastic has created a free digital learning hub called Scholastic Learn at Home to support virtual learning. According to their website, daily learning journeys are divided into four grade spans—Pre-K–K, Grades 1–2, Grades 3–5, and Grades 6–9+, covering ELA, STEM, Science, Social Studies, and Social-Emotional Learning.
- Author and Illustrator, Mo Willems, is offering a lunch-time doodle session every day. New episodes will be posted each weekday at 1:00 pm ET.
- Take a virtual visit to any number of museums, aquariums, or the surface of Mars. Try the San Diego Zoo, the Louvre in Paris, or Discovery’s robotics and manufacturing field trip. Many more are available through here.
- Feeling ambitious? Try any of these projects from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
- Our local library systems offer numerous resources for all ages and levels. Virtual story hours, homework help, magazines, and more are available for free.
- Sign up for PBS LearningMedia to design at home learning across grade levels or sign up for the PBS Kids daily newsletter for tips, tools, and support for children ages 2-8.
- Big History Project is an online social studies course that emphasizes skill development as high school students learn to draw connections between past, present, and future.
- Learn a language with your kids. Download the Duolingo app to practice every day.
- Girls Who Code is offering free CS educational activities for download
- Khan Academy offers free educational resources like schedule templates to help structure your day and lessons in 40 languages.