It might be summer, but we’re still helping students learn at home! Here are resources ranging from math and science, reading and writing to anti-racism resources and projects to document this strange time for future generations.
COVID-19 Primary Sources Projects
Time Capsule Project downloads for kids and adults, including versions in French and Spanish.
“Project 2020/TOGETHER” by The Museum of Childhood is a platform for children of all ages to express their hopes and fears, thoughts, and observations. Provided art and work is showcased in a virtual exhibition.
Our Corona Diary hopes to collect an online archive of children’s diary entries from this time.
Free Science, Reading, and Writing resources available through July 31
We Need Diverse Books says: Too Many Home Learning Resources? Start Here.
SEL and Physical Exercise – 8 weeks of Free Lessons
The Children’s Psychological Health Center has developed a 102-page guided ‘first-aid’ PDF workbook, ‘My Pandemic Story,’ for children and teenagers, to encourage mental health, creative expression, learning, and coping. The book includes guidance for families and teachers.
21 Anti-Racism Videos To Share With Kids from We Are Teachers
Have you tried Teaching Books’ new collection analysis tool to see if you have enough diverse and inclusive titles on your shelves?
Each day storyteller / story collector Joe McHugh sends a little story clip to enjoy!
Thousands of comics and graphic novels available online for residents of Minnesota, California, New Jersey, Montana, Ohio, Massachusetts, Washington, Kentucky, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.
Skribbl.io is like telephone pictionary online! One person draws, others guess.
“Beloved of Beasts” is an ad-free, accessible science-poetry website with links to greater websites for further study and illumination.
This site has pandemic prompts, daily reflection journal prompts, writing lessons from the likes of Mark Oshiro (Anger is a Gift) and Kelly Yang (Front Desk), make-your-own-book activities, make-you-own-zine activities, read-alouds, writing tips, and videos by popular YA authors: WordsAlive.org.
Catch up on all of our Help at Home resources here.