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Educational Resources

Please click on the bold names of each to visit their webpages.

Artfulparent.com

About the site: Offering “simple ways to fill your family’s life with art and creativity,” this site is dedicated to encouraging your inner artist. Click on links for painting or drawing projects, sculpture, stained glass, clay, collage, and more. A parents’ corner offers advice on everything from how to create an art space in your home, to simple art activities to set up for after-school projects. Follow on social media: @theartfulparent on Instagram | @artfulparent on Facebook.

Freerice.com

About the site: If your kids are bored, point them toward this site, where they can work their brains while making a difference in the world. Freerice is a non-profit owned by the United Nations World Food Programme. For each answer you get right, the site donates 10 grains of rice to feed hungry people worldwide. Subjects range from humanities to math, chemistry, languages, geography, and more. Follow on social media: @freerice on Facebook

Code.org

About the site: This nonprofit was launched in 2013, with the mission statement, “Every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science.” Sections are separated by activities for students to try and lessons for teachers, plus tutorials cover everything from learning JavaScript to making your own apps and games. Follow on social media: @codeorg on Instagram | @code.org on Facebook.

pbslearningmedia.org

About the site: From searchable Common Core and national standards to activities that support math, science, social studies, and ELA, this site delivers comprehensive digital resources for your classroom. Features include videos, shareable documents, and in-depth lesson plans. Follow on social media: pbslm on Pinterest | @pbsteachers on Facebook.

pepnonprofit.org

About the site: This is the site of The Positive Engagement Project, a non-profit focused on equipping teachers with tools to help students become positively engaged in active learning. Free downloads include a variety of categories, from English language arts to character development, and test-taking strategies. The site also includes downloads to target sight words, vocabulary, literacy, and math.

WeAreTeachers.com

About the site: With content written by teachers, this site offers everything you need to stay productive (and sane!) throughout the school year. Topics are arranged by category, including arts and creativity, classroom management, deals and discounts, and professional development. A teacher helpline offers advice from people who’ve been in your shoes. Follow on social media: @weareteachers on Instagram | @WeAreTeachers on Facebook

ScienceBob.com

About the site: “Science Bob” Pflugfelder, a science teacher and author, started this site to encourage parents and teachers to practice “Random Acts of Science.” He makes it easy with clear instructions, entertaining videos, and more. Follow on social media: @sciencebob on Instagram | @sciencebob on Facebook

TeacherTube.com

About the site: Bring education to life in your classroom with videos that will engage your students. This online sharing community offers a variety of options for incorporating videos into your curriculum. You can create a playlist to correspond to your lesson plan or search for videos by elementary, middle, or high school levels, as well as by subject. Follow on social media: @fansofteachertube on Facebook

TheMeasuredMom.com

About the site: This blog, created by a teacher with a background in curriculum and instruction, offers articles, hands-on lessons, and hundreds of printables for teachers and parents. Most resources are free and focus on literacy, but the site also includes help for teaching math, science, and social studies to children in preschool through second grade.

Follow on social media: themeasuredmom on Pinterest | @themeasuredmom on Facebook.

You can also find inspiration in 15 Top Teacher Blogs to Follow in the New School Year and 8 Educational Podcasts to Download Today.

Family Education Network

Parents find educational printables, games, activities, parenting ideas and advice, and information on learning disabilities for all ages.

Scholastic

is the flagship Internet portal for the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books, offers content and products for children, interactive pages where kids can play with their favorite book characters, read about new books, and see software reviews. Everything you need to encourage the love of learning.

New York Times

Parents can relate to and teach children through conversation starters, topics for discussion, educational news and more.

Today Parents

Advice and support on parenting, health, career, relationships, food, fitness, beauty, money, and health through chat, message boards, and articles.

Positive Parenting

Dedicated to providing resources and information to make parenting rewarding, effective and fun.

Math.com

Offers free math lessons and homework help, with an emphasis on geometry, algebra, statistics, and calculus. Also provides calculators and games.

PBS Parents

A PBS parents’ guide to child development, children and the media, reading and language, talking with your kids, and more.

Net Smart Kids

The NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource that teaches kids and teens how to stay safer on the Internet. It combines the newest technologies available and the most current information to create high-impact educational activities that are well received by even the most tech-savvy kids.

New York Times

Parents can relate to and teach children through conversation starters, topics for discussion, educational news and more.

Today Parents

Advice and support on parenting, health, career, relationships, food, fitness, beauty, money, and health through chat, message boards, and articles.

Positive Parenting

Dedicated to providing resources and information to make parenting rewarding, effective and fun.

Math.com

Offers free math lessons and homework help, with an emphasis on geometry, algebra, statistics, and calculus. Also provides calculators and games.

PBS Parents

A PBS parents’ guide to child development, children and the media, reading and language, talking with your kids, and more.

Net Smart Kids

The NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational safety resource that teaches kids and teens how to stay safer on the Internet. It combines the newest technologies available and the most current information to create high-impact educational activities that are well received by even the most tech-savvy kids.

Teacher Vision

Printable books for the classroom and home.

Family Education

Educational printables, games, activities, parenting ideas and advice, and information on learning disabilities for all ages.

Pathways.org

Free tools to maximize child development.

U.S. Department of Education

A Resource for School and Homework Tips for Parents.

Kars 4 Kids – Smarter Parenting

A collection of parenting and education resources from infants to teens.

NEA Parents

The National Education Association (NEA), the nation’s largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education.

National Assoc. for Gifted Children

Supporting the needs of high potential learners.

Sumdog

These educational games are used in thousands of schools worldwide. They motivate children to work on math, reading and writing. As children answer questions personalized to that child’s needs, Sumdog’s adaptive learning engine guides their progress.

Grammar Check

Online spelling and grammar checker.

Maths Chase

makes learning fun and helps children gain confidence in a fun and engaging way.

Citation Generator

We know how important and tedious the process of citing can be. We try to make it quick and easy.

Master’s in Data Science

Your Guide to Data Science Graduate Programs.

An Introduction to Microsoft Excel

This guide will help you to learn all the basics of Excel.

Ticket to Read

With a student account, this site offers students a chance to practice their reading comprehension and vocabulary skills.

Guys Read

A web-based literacy program for boys, designed to help boys become self-motivated, lifelong readers.

Word Counter

Apart from counting words and characters, this online editor can help to improve word choice and writing style.

DiscoverySchool.com

offers clipart and free teaching resources. You can also find personalized classroom materials.

American Library Association

The ALA is the oldest and largest library association in the world. Includes association information, news, events, and advocacy resources.

Vocabulary University

Visit Vocabulary University and use these fun activities to learn about words, their meanings, and how they came to be a part of the English language.

Accelerated Reader BookFinder

Searching for Accelerated Reader books is fun and easy with this free online tool.

Constituting America

Teaching kids of all ages all about the United States Constitution – holds a yearly contest with prizes, scholarships, and even a trip to Philadelphia.

UDL Technology Kits

This site removes the obstacles for learning for all students and utilizes free tools to give opportunities to struggling learners that promote academic success. It uses digital and electronic material making it flexible and accessible.

Activity TV

Fun activities for kids with free video instructions and printables. Crafts, Magic, Puppets, and more!

Awesome Library

The Awesome Library organizes 23,000 carefully reviewed K-12 education resources for kids. It contains a directory, an index, and a search engine.

World of Math Online

Offers free math lessons and homework help, with an emphasis on geometry, algebra, statistics, and calculus. Also provides calculators and games.

Grimm Fairy Tales

Folk and fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm. Read and hear interactive, narrated, animated stories. Children’s literature and folklore.

Fun Brain

Education sites for K-8 teachers and kids. Find online educational games for kids of all ages, including math, grammar, science, spelling, and history.

The Learning Company

A variety of educational, gaming and productivity software for Mac and PC platforms.

Presidents

Presidential history which includes elections, articles, documents, and a 2016 electoral college map.

World Geography Games

This website presents 22 brain-engaging map games to test and improve your geographical knowledge about Continents, US States, Earth, the Atmosphere, Waters, Cities, Mountains and more.

Brain Pop

Animated Science, Health, Technology, Math, Social Studies, Arts & Music and English movies, quizzes, activity pages and school homework help for K-12 kids.

Educational Resources for All Grades. (Click on the Jumpstart box to visit the site).

Readily available educational resources for parents, teachers and students make the process of learning and teaching a lot easier and more fun for everyone. The internet has a very large collection of online resources that meet every need. One only needs to know what to look for to be able to make the best use of these compilations.

(Click on the AdaptedMind box to visit the site.)

Free Kids Math Games Ages 5-14 | 500+ Lessons For Every Grade

‎Help Your Child Learn The Skills They Need To Succeed. Sign Up For Our Free Trial Today. Get Your Child The Math Help They Need! It Can Be The Difference Between Passing & Failing. Customized Learning. 1st to 6th Grade Math. Fun Games & Prizes.

IXL Math

Gain fluency and confidence in math! IXL helps students master essential skills at their own pace through fun and interactive questions, built in support, and motivating awards.

Cool Math Games

As the name suggests, this isn’t a boring math site. Excite your little mathletes (or struggling academics) with this hands-on site that’s brimming with strategy, logic and skill games.

NASA Kids’ Club

Blast off into learning with this galactic page where wee astronauts can do puzzles and games and learn all about the famous space program.

KidsReads

Here at Today’s Parent, we feel that it’s never too early to read. Nurture your little bookworm with kid-themed articles, book reviews and author bios.

45+ Free Educational Websites for Kids (Click on the ABCs to ACTS to visit the site.)

Art In Reel Time

About This Site: Art with Heather Pugh.

What: A live art demo/lesson where we’ll chat about the basics of abstract art. What is it? Who makes it? And why? Then we’ll walk through a demo together of creating an abstract sketch💡

Where: My artist Facebook page @heatherpughcreative (if you’re not following it already please do so that you can keep up with future demos)

How long: 30 minute lesson + time for questions

Supplies: A ✏️ and paper to sketch on📒

Pro tip: When the demo is over, take photos of your sketches and send them to me via messenger. I’ll post them on the page for your fellow creatives to see 📸

Lunch Doodles with Mo Williams

About this Site: Mo Williams invites YOU into his studio every day for his LUNCH DOODLE. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks. Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons and join Mo to explore ways of writing and making together.

New episodes will be posted each weekday at 1:00 p.m. ET and then remain online to be streamed afterwards.  Check back each weekday for new LUNCH DOODLES!

EVERFI: 306 African-American History

About this Site: Stories of African American accomplishments in the arts, science, academia, and sports, available to high school students beginning on Wednesday, March 18.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America 

Virtual learning and engagement resources

The American Heart Association: Ways to Get Moving

Incorporate physical activity breaks at-home to help your kids get their recommended 60 minutes or more of physical activity a day. Explore our videos and Virtual Field Trips for additional inspiration!

Kids Activities 

Entire list of education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings

Michael O’Mara Books

About this Site: Welcome to the digital activities page from Michael O’Mara Books. Here you’ll find a host of online colouring activities, quizzes, and downloadable extras from our books. You can also scroll down to see the various apps we’re publishing.

Busy Toddler:

Great indoor activities, especially for young children.

Understood.org

20 learning activities to keep kids busy.

Freckle.com

About the site: Freckle empowers teachers to differentiate instruction across Math, ELA, Social Studies and Science. Students automatically work on the Math, ELA, Social Studies and Science lessons that are perfect for them. That way, they are always engaged and challenged, never facing material that is too difficult or easy for them.
Media: @learnfreckle on Facebook.

Lexialearning.com

About the site: Students work independently to develop critical reading and language skills through individualized, motivating learning paths. All students, regardless of their skill level, can each work at their own pace and the teacher is notified (on web-based reports and via email) only when they require support.
Media: @lexialearning on Facebook

Starfall.com

About the site: Starfall Education Foundation is a publicly supported nonprofit organization, 501(c)(3). We create free and low-cost experiences whereby children can successfully learn through exploration. On the Starfall website and in Starfall classrooms, children have fun while learning in an environment of collaboration, wonderment, and play. We teach through positive reinforcement to ensure children become confident, intrinsically motivated, and successful.

Mysteryscience.com

About the site: Our ultimate purpose is to ensure the next generation of children grow up and see that it’s an amazing world we live in, full of possibility and wonder—and that they develop the ability to figure things out for themselves.

Readworks.org

About the site: ReadWorks is committed to solving America’s reading comprehension crisis and student achievement gap. Driven by cognitive science research, ReadWorks creates world-class content, teacher guidance, and integrated tools that improve teacher effectiveness and student achievement.

Media: @readworks on Facebook | readworks on Pinterest

Stmath.com

About the site: ST Math’s patented approach – manipulating objects in space and time – is totally unique in the market. The program starts by teaching the foundational concepts visually, then connects the ideas to the symbols, language, and robust discourse
Media: @jijimath on Facebook

khanacademy.org

About the site: A nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere. valuable educational resource that has daily schedules and educational livestreams for kids who are off school.Media: @khanacademy on Facebook

Gonoodle.com

About the site: Engages kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Available for free at school, home, and everywhere kids are.
Media: @gonoodlegames on Facebook | gonoodle on Pinterest

Abcya.com

About the site: ABCya provides over 400 fun and educational games for grades PreK through 6. Our activities are designed by parents and educators, who understand that children learn better if they are having fun. Games are categorized by grade and subject, and cover topics such as multiplication, parts of speech, typing, pattern recognition, and more. We even have games that are just plain fun (and safe) to play! With so much variety, there is sure to be something for kids at all learning levels and styles.

Xtramath.org

About the site: XtraMath® is a Seattle 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to math achievement for all. Our goal is to develop effective, efficient, adaptive, and intrinsically rewarding supplemental math activities.

Zearn.org

About the site: Comprehensive math program supports teachers in creating engaging daily learning where all kids deeply learn (and love!) math.

Learning A-Z

About the site: Learning A-Z subscriptions give your students full access to literacy resources from home, or any place with an Internet connection. Here is a quick refresher on how to access Parent Letters that explain how to log in to the Kids A-Z student portal from home.

Red Tricycle

About the site: Our mission is to help every parent feel like a rock star by inspiring them to do fun things with their kids. We offer ideas that are aspirational and actionable that you can do at home, in your city or wherever your adventures take you.
Media: @redtri on Facebook

Raising Dragons

About the site: Simple science experiments, math games and craft projects mostly with items you can find around the house.
Media: @raisingdragons on Facebook

ABC Mouse

About the site: Full online curriculum for children ages 2-8.
Media: @ABCmouse on Facebook

Outschool

About the site: Live Online Classes for Ages 3-18. Spark your child’s curiosity with access to 10,000 small group video chat classes.
Media: @outschool on Facebook | @outschool on Instagram

The Best Ideas for Kids

About the site: This is a community where we share mostly craft ideas for kids of all ages! We also create and share activities, recipes and other ideas for kids. Whether you’re a parent, caregiver or teacher, there is something for everyone here!
Media: @thebestideadforkids on Facebook

Museum Virtual Tours

About the site: Explore these 11 museums from around the world — all while sitting on your couch.

Virtual Playful Literacy

About the site: Innovative Classes for Kids. Educational classes based in play & science designed by speech-language pathologists.
Media: @theindylab on Facebook

Circle Time Sessions

About the site: Circletime sessions are led by world class experts in early childhood education and developmental psychology. Circletime selects experts in their fields to lead sessions with their age specific tried and true curriculums. Every educator is vetted to ensure your child’s safety.
Media: circletimefun on Instagram | @circletime on Facebook

NPR

About the site: Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus

Amazing Educational Resources

About the site: Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School Closings.

Math Drills

About the site: Math-Drills.com includes over 50 thousand free math worksheets that may be used to help students learn math. Our PDF math worksheets are available on a broad range of topics including number sense, arithmetic, pre-algebra, geometry, measurement, money concepts and much more. There are also a few interactive math features including the Sudoku and Dots math games, and the more serious math flash cards and unit converter.

Vocabulary Challenge

About the site: Wordlists for Grades K – 8
Media: @flocabulary on Facebook

List of Educational Resources Compiled by Joy Novack Rosson

About the site: Free Educational Sites

Fordham Institute

About the site: Resources for learning from home.

HOMER Reading

About the site: HOMER’s mission is to provide the best educational start possible by offering personalized, fun, and proven learning products for children ages 2-8.
Media: @learnwithhomer on Facebook

Keep Kids Smart with Art

About the site: A new series of free online programs called Keep Kids Smart with ART will aim to help parents and their children who are home from school, along with other new digital online visual arts programs at no cost for all ages, including seniors who are keeping social distance and who might feel isolated. The team at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, and the teachers at its Art School campus, are creating these new free online initiatives for parents and students.

Cincinnati Zoo

Facebook Live Safaris

Imagineering In a Box

About this site: Imagineering in a Box is a free online program that brings together the diverse talents of Disney Imagineers around the world for a one-of-a-kind learning experience and is part of Disney’s commitment to helping today’s youth create the future they imagine. 

The Mom Friend 

Montessori Activities for Toddlers

Easy Toddler Ideas

Indoor Activities for Energetic Toddlers

Sensory Lifestyle

Dedicated to sharing evidence-based play ideas & parenting resources that will help you feel confident in your parenting and boost your child’s development.

ABC Coloring Sheets

 

Engineering Day

 

The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra

Library of concerts

Kristi Hill Music

 

Jarrett Lerner

Free Activity Sheets

DreamBox Learning

About this site: Parents, you can help with your child’s math confidence with 2,000+ DreamBox Learning Math lessons, designed by teachers, available for grades K-8.

Have Fun Teaching

15,000+ resources of worksheets, activities, songs & videos and so much more.

Picklets

Adventure stories for young readers.

SplashLearn

Complete K-5 Math learning program

eSpark Learning

Differentiates reading and math with activities kids love

Club Oasis

Free online STEM club for STEAM Kids, parents, and educators

The Bug Zapper

Make your own comics with these printable pages.

Book Harvest

Free books

Emotional ABC

Empowering children with better emotional skills

Midnight Science Club

Brings the wonders of science and pop culture together for original content available on Midnight Science club social media and website.

7 Generation Games

Games that make you smarter

Curiosity Machine

Learn, play and create with artificial intelligence.

PBS At-Home Learning/WUCF

Curriculum related programming continuing for the duration students are studying at home. Click here for at home learning tools.  Click here for digital learning resources. Click here for K-2 School Packet Resources.

Sprout Flix

Films exclusively featuring individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Edmentum

Free Resources to Continue Learning During School Closures

Cosmic Kids Yoga

About the site: Kids yoga, mindfulness and relaxation.
Media:
@cosmickidsyoga on Facebook | @cosmickidsyoga on Instagram

Boggle

Boggle is a popular word search game

Code Advantage

About the site: We create learning environments for kids to develop logical thinking, creative exploration, and critical reasoning skills – while having fun.
Media: @codeadvantage.org on Facebook

Education.com

About the site: With thousands of teacher-crafted learning activities that sync up with the school year, we empower parents and teachers so each child’s needs and potential can take center stage.
Media: @Education.comFanPage

Code Spark Academy

About the site: A great way for your kid to learn how to code.
Media: @codesparkinc on Facebook

Cirkled In

About the site: Cirkled In is a FREE portfolio platform for students to get discovered by colleges by showcasing that you are more than just a test score.
Media: @cirkledIn on Facebook |@cirkledIn on Instagram

Line of Action

About the site: Drawing animals and other art projects.
Media: @lineofaction on Facebook

DreamGalaxy TV Storytime

About the site: An engaging storytelling platform that inspires students to enjoy lifelong reading and learning in both a traditionally authentic and immersive 21st century way.

Match Fishtank

About the site: Lesson plans for parents.
Media:
@matchfishtank on Facebook

Mouse Open Projects

About the site: Offers activities that can keep young people learning STEM and computer science.

Child’s Play in Action

About the site: Treasure hunt project.

Storytime with Flamingo Rampant

About the site: Books kids love that love them right back, bedtime stories for beautiful dreams, and books that let kids of all kinds say with pride: that kid’s just like me!

Project Explorer

About the site: Travel the world through the eyes of our storytellers.
Media: @projectexplorer on Instagram

Scholastic – Classroom Magazines

About the site: Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Media: @scholasticteachers on Facebook

The Genius of Play

About the site: Provide families with the information and inspiration they need to make play an important part of their child’s day. Through our website and social media channels, parents can find facts, useful tips and expert advice on how toys and play can help kids build confidence, creativity, critical thinking and other skills that will serve them throughout their lives.
Media: @geniusofplay on Facebook | @geniusofplay on Instagram

Hour of Code Activities

About the site: Expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented youth
Media:  @code.org on Facebook | @codeorg on Instagram

Yale University Child Lab

About the site: A group of researchers who study child development with fun activities where children answer questions about pictures and videos.
Media: @YaleUniversity on Facebook

Premier Chess

About the site: Chess lessons.
Media:
@premierchess on Facebook

National Inventors Hall of Fame

STEM Activities

Ideas for Social Distancing

Ideas for being home with children

Historic Tours

33 Historic Tours you can take virtually from the comfort of your home

NASA Media Library

140,000 photos and other resources available for you to see, or even download and use it any way you like.

Met Opera

The Met Opera will host “Nightly Met Opera Streams” at 7:30pm which will remain on metopera.org for 20 hours.

Google Arts & Culture Collections

The Berlin Philharmonic

Offering the entirety of its Digital Concert Hall streaming free through March 31.

https://twitter.com/LauraBenanti

With school districts closing, many school musicals productions are canceled or postponed. Broadway star Laura Benanti started a Twitter thread asking students to tag her using #SunshineSongs to share their talent.

Lincoln Center

Will share performances on its Facebook page

Yo-Yo Ma

Renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma will be sharing live performances on social media calling them “Songs of Comfort”.

CPALMS Free Remote Learning Resources

About this Site: Over 900 interactive original student tutorials. Our tablet-friendly tutorials address standards in English language arts, math, science, and social studies and are developed by Florida teachers and the CPALMS team of experts at Florida State University. 

Read Aloud 15 Minutes

21 Day Challenge

Free Drawing Classes from Famous Illustrators

 

Virtual Disney World Rides from Home

 

Tour 2,500 World-Famous Museums from Home

Websites with Free Online Books for Kids

Audible Books

Free streaming of books for students in grades K-12. As long as schools are out, Audible is hosting a free selection of stories, for kids of all ages. Stories that entertain and help young minds stay active, open and engaged. All free. No sign ups. No commitments. Just explore and start listening. It’s that easy.

National Catholic Educational Association

Virtual Resources

Kennedy Space Center

Science Lessons on Facebook Live

Virtual Visits of 30 Famous World Heritage Sites

 

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

Free Online Courses for K-12 Students.

About the Site: “Aviation is Your Future,” a free massive open online course, offers an introduction to aviation for children aged 8 to 17. Suitable for both girls and boys, the self-paced, six-hour online course helps fuel a passion for aviation by introducing young people to aviation fundamentals. 

Learners enrolled in this online course explore aspects of flight such as lift, gravity, thrust and drag. They also learn to identify the major parts of an airplane, describe the flight characteristics of a helicopter and discuss the goals of space exploration. The free course is a project of the Women in Aviation International (WAI) Chapter at Embry-Riddle Worldwide, offered in conjunction with WAI. 

Making Bread with Kids

25+ Easy Bread Recipes

Online Library Resources

All the things you can do with your library card from home

Children’s Authors Doing Online Read Alouds & Activities

 

Play Learn Thrive

Tips from Teacher Alana Gallo on how to incorporate fun while learning from home

National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

Activities and Resources

Brain Genie

The Web’s most comprehensive math and science practice site

Oxford Owl

Free resources to support learning at home by providing educational activities, games and eBook library.

Reading Rockets

Reading Guides, Resources, PBS Shows, etc.

Great Schools Worksheets

Print Worksheets in English and Spanish

Wonderopolis

Explore the world of wonders in Social Studies, History and etc.

National Center for Families Learning

Out of School Resources

Tips for Starting a Homeschool in a Hurry

 

Sesame Street

Playful learning activities while children are out of school 

EPIC! Books for Kids

Unlimited access to a library of thousands of children’s books

Glazer Children’s Museum

At home activities while children are out of school.

National Emergency Library

 

University of Florida

Online Learning Programs, Activities and Related Resources for children

Barbara bush Foundation 

Educational Toolkit for At-Home Learning

Learning Heroes

Support for at Home Learning

National PTA

Resources for at Home Learning

National Parents Union

Online Learning Resources for Parents

EdNavigator

Tips, Activities and Resources for children

Prepared Parents

Parents helping parents by providing resources and tips

Illustrative Mathematics 

K-12 Math activities, games, plans, etc.

National Summer Learning Association

Remote Learning and Food Access

United Way of the Suncoast

Educational resources for children

Zoo Tampa at Lowry Park

Games, Puzzles and other activities for children.

See Saw

Remote Learning Resources for Families

Fun and Function

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