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Learn and Explore from Home
Enjoy this collection of resources to help educate and entertain your family and students.
- Harry Potter at Home – magical craft videos, fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and more
- Scholastic Learn at Home – day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing
- Read & Learn with Simon Kids – storytimes, sing-alongs, and other activity videos with authors
- Learning Computer Science at Home – Code.org features a variety of activities for learning coding on computers and smartphones.
- Hour of Code – One hour coding activities
- Scratch – Uses block-based learning to teach coding
- Dav Pilkey at Home, creator of Captain Underpants and Dog Man shares how-to-draw demonstrations, read-alouds, and activities.
- Doodle with Mo Willems, creator of Elephant & Piggie and the Pigeon leads kids through drawing his characters, shares how books are made, and leads kids through other fun activities.
- How To Toon Joe Wos gives easy to follow step-by-step cartooning lessons for all ages.
- PBS Kids – educational games based on popular PBS Kids shows
- Smithsonian Science Education Center Game Center – STEM games for school-aged kids
- Starfall – math and language arts games for preK – 3rd grade
- Brains on! – science podcast for kids and curious adults
- The Imagine Neighborhood– teaches kids and grown-ups social-emotional skills
- The Past and the Curious – history lessons dramatically told
- Story Pirates – actors and comedians perform stories written by kids, music included!
- Wow in the World – the latest news in science, technology and innovation for kids and their grown-ups
- Harper Kids from Home – storytimes and read-alouds, activities, and fun
- Storyline Online – read-alouds by actors
- Storytime with Ryan and Craig – over 185 read-alouds from two comedians
- My Weird Read-A-Loud – Children’s book author Dan Gutman reads his books to you – prepare to laugh!
- Education Resources – self-guided activities from the McHenry County Conservation District
- Hands on Science – activities from the Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
- NASA STEM @ Home – activities selected by NASA STEM experts for Students Grades K-4
- OLogy – science website for kids from the American Museum of Natural History
- Science Buddies – hands-on science resources
- Science Mom – hands-on-learning videos of kid-friendly science experiments
- Mars – explore the surface of Mars as recorded by NASA’s Curiosity rover
- Monterey Bay Aquarium – live and recorded animal cameras with daily narrated feedings
- The Nature Conservancy Virtual Field Trips – grades 5-8 can travel the world without leaving to explore rain forests, coral reefs, and more.
- San Diego Zoo – live animal cameras plus behind-the-scenes videos and stories
- Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History – self-guided, room-by-room tours of exhibits
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