Online learning resources for children

Kaley Conner
Staff Writer

As schools in the area are to remain closed until April 6 with possible extended closures, parents may be searching for resources to keep their children engaged through at-home learning. Below are some online resources that could be helpful:

-Scholastic's Learn at Home website: daily lessons for grades k-12 (
-Khan Academy: daily schedules and exercises for organizing at-home learning for ages 4-18 (
-Crash Course: videos on a wide range of subjects for high school students (
-Various education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings (
-Free educational resources, including audiobooks, videos and e-books (
-NASA's Teachable Moments page: activities and lessons about the latest discoveries in our universe (
-The Physics Classroom: videos, animations, simulations, and exercises for beginning physics students (
-Live Science: simple plant science experiments (
-Skype a Scientist: live chats about real scientific research ( computer science lessons and games (
-Cool Math: math games for ages 3+ (
-How Stuff Works: articles, games, quizzes and videos about a variety of topics including culture, money, science, technology and more (
-TIME for Kids: articles, photos and videos on topics like sports, politics, the environment, health and entertainment (

Arts and Entertainment:
-Color our Collection: free PDF downloads of coloring pages created from art (
-Lunch Doodles: daily weekday video sessions teaching new ways of writing and drawing, including downloadable activity pages (
-Story Time From Space: children's books read on video by astronauts orbiting earth (
-Google Arts and Culture: virtual field trips to museums around the world (
-Google Arts and Culture: virtual tours of national parks in the U.S. (
-Disney Jr.: entertaining games, coloring pages, videos and more (


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