Do the kids need help with homework, have questions about why they can't go out and play or just need something to do? Here are some resources:

Tutor aids
Family Guide to At-Home Learning
Khan Academy


Infants to Pre-Kindergarten
Cotton ball kitchen whisk

Daily projects

Pre-Kindergarten Activity Calendar

Sesame Street

Sesame Street's Caring for Each Other

Sesame Street's Cookie Monster weekly chats


Temperature/texture exploration

Zero to Three -- Babies and toddlers benefit from early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.


Kindergarten to Grade 5
20 learning activities to keep kids busy 

Daily projects

Edible Crystals -- DIY Science Experiment

Egg carton caterpillar

  Exoplanet coloring book
   Kids Club

PBS Kids

Puzzle Creator – Make word search, criss cross or matching memory games

Reading Is Fundamental Interactive Literacy Calendars -- Daily Book Bites (events that happened this day in history)

SciShow Kids -- Science concepts for young minds

SciGirls -- STEM for girls

Smithsonian Learning Lab

Storyline Online -- Actors reading children's books

YouCubed -- Math games


Grades 6-12

COVID toolkit for people ages 15-17

Daily activities (Grades 6-9)

Experience polar bears

Follow Carmen around the World

Harry Potter at Home

Imagineering in a Box – Disney brings together the diverse talents of its 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.

International Space Station -- learn about the ISS, what the astronauts onboard are doing and when to spot it in the night sky above your home and


Schoolhouse Rock videos

Science Journal for Teens – Science research adapted for students.

Bill Nye the Science Guy videos

STEM lab -- Hands-on STEM activities

Summer Road Trip -- a Smithsonian at-home activity guide

TED-Ed -- TED’s youth and education initiative

Parenting Resources
Five Love Languages for Children

Summer Webinars -- Webinars for students, parents and job seekers. -- A world where millions of people who learn and think differently can thrive at home, at school and at work.

Talking to Kids about COVID-19

Behavioral Toolbox for Families: Supporting Children and Teens during the COVID-19 Pandemic 

Coronavirus and Helping Kids: FAQs on Handwashing, Anxiety and More

Discussing Coronavirus with your Children

Finding the Right Words to Talk with Children and Teens about Coronavirus

How to Explain the Coronavirus to Kids video

How to Talk About Coronavirus with Kids

How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus

Parenting Resource: Why are people wearing masks? Why are people covering their faces?

The Oyster and the Butterfly:  Corona Virus and Me -- a video book to help children process feelings during these stressful times

Tips for Families: Talking About the Coronavirus




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