PBS Kids is a fun site with education games and resources for kids, including videos, and apps. While you’re checking out PBS Kids, also take a look at some of their YouTube channels too. We watch PBS Eons and It’s Ok To Be Smart, and we love the shows. Here are two examples:
This site contains a list of educational games, and activities for kids who find themselves at home while schools are closed. In the event that your school is closed for an extended period of time as a result of recent events, we’ve put together a collection of digital games that students can play at home.Continue reading “Fun at Home — Breakout EDU”
Khan Academy has created a set of suggested schedules for various grades, with links to their terrific lessons and tutorials:
This is a pretty extensive list of organisations that have made their subscriptions free in light of school closures: Below we have the entire list of education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings. We’ve provided direct links for you below. All you need to do is click the link and follow the instructionsContinue reading “List of Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions Due to School Closings”
The Smithsonian Institute released a huge collection of resources through its Smithsonian Open Access initiative. It’s a remarkable collection of images, and other media. This is well worth exploring.
Google shared their list of 10 Top Museums You Can Explore Right Here, Right Now that kids can explore virtually. This is a great way for kids to explore all of these museum collections without leaving home. You can find more virtual museum tours here, too: 12 Museums From Around the World That You CanContinue reading “Virtual Museum Tours”