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Hey, parents and teachers at home—we see you. You're working hard to educate remotely, and most likely dealing with your own kids at the same time. We're committed to helping you, whether you're a parent, educator, or both! We have some great ideas for distance learning, and tools that can make your life a little easier right now.
Free Online Resources for the
Education of Children at Home
Experiencing America: A Smithsonian Tour through American History
Dr. Richard Kurin, the Smithsonian Institute’s Distinguished Scholar and Ambassador-at-Large, offers this 12-hour video course at The Great Courses, which you can access with a free trial.
Steve Spangler Science Experiments You Can Do at Home
This is a site established by science guy Steve Spangler, who’s been on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" over 20 times, with close to 400 science experiments you can do at home.
A Children's Guide to Folklore and Wonder Tales
Dr. Hannah Blevins Harvey treats you to dynamic, theatrical, and engaging tellings of cherished tales from around the world through this 12-hour video course at The Great Courses, which you can access with a free trial.
Kidomi Digital Education Appropriate for Children
This is a 2018 National Parenting Product Award Winner from Fingerprint Play, and is a subscription app for kids 6–12 with thousands of hours of games, books, and videos. You can sign up for a free trial.
ABCmouse.com Digital Education Appropriate for Children
This is a digital education program from the award-winning company the Age of Learning, covering subjects including reading and language arts, math, science, health, social studies, music, and art. You can sign up for a free trial.
We’re Better Together With our Friends at Get Your Teach On
Hope and Wade King, along with members of the incredible GYTO team, have interactive live streams daily to keep you and your kids engaged and active!
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Each of these websites encourages practice with everything from sorting and counting to tessellations and fractions. With a variety of games and activities from which to choose, kids can easily find exciting new ways to learn important math concepts.