Here are some alternative activities to try while you are at home!
Click on any of the following links and they will bring you to other sites and pages to access online learning.
This Google Doc connections you to a wide variety of sites that offer tours, videos, photos, and information about some famous places!
Scholastic has set up "Learning at Home" lessons that are age specific. Lessons include articles and related videos on all kinds of topics with more on the way! Check in daily or weekly for new topics and choose the age group on the linked page.
Fun interactive videos with catching tunes that help your kids get up a moving! The more they move, the more their character grows. Students love to use these during school for movement break!
Looking for a challenge? Another site that is divided up by grade or subject where students have to "Breakout" by using clues and pictures to solve problems and advance to the next level. Not as easy as it looks!
Great science materials and videos for at home learning.
AKA "Mystery Doug" is being used in the K-3 classrooms weekly. Sign up for free and explore the many wonders of the world around us!
Want an author or celebrity to read a story to you? On this site you can choose from many of your favorite stories and have them read aloud while you listen and look at the illustrations.
Articles are available that cover a wide variety of topics. Time for Kids is working on making all their newsletters digital, so stay turned for updates and new articles each week.
Great site to learn and explore what the Smithsonian has to offer.
Explore every corner of our planet using the Google Earth site or app. There is a special 3D tour to help you visit all the magnificent US National Parks available at this link. You can choose which parks you want to see free of charge!
A kid friendly discovery page brought to you by NASA. Explore outer space through articles, activities, and games.