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:
Infants to Pre-Kindergarten
Cotton ball kitchen whisk
Sesame Street's Cookie Monster weekly chats
Zero to Three -- Babies and toddlers benefit from early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.
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
Storyline Online -- Actors reading children's books
YouCubed -- Math games
Daily activities (Grades 6-9)
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 https://spotthestation.nasa.gov and https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/station/main/index.html.
Languages online -- French, Spanish, German, Italian and Latin
Schoolhouse Rock videos
Science Journal for Teens – Science research adapted for students.
Bill Nye the Science Guy videos
STEM lab -- Hands-on STEM activities
Five Love Languages for Children
Summer Webinars -- Webinars for students, parents and job seekers.
Understood.org -- 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
Coronavirus and Helping Kids: FAQs on Handwashing, Anxiety and More
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
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