This post will be updated as more great online resources become available during this time of social distancing. These are all free for anyone to visit and use.
New on 3/30:
- Make a Mancala Board: Mancala is a wonderful game for all ages. You just need an egg carton and some dried beans, pennies, or beads, etc for the pieces.
- Virtual programs from the Taft Museum of Art
- Salt Dough decorations – Make Easter shapes, circles, hearts, or whatever you can cut out free-hand or with a cookie cutter.
New on 3/24: Teaching Books resources – free access through at least the middle of September.
NEW: Digital Escape Room for Harry Potter fans!
Scholastic.com is making great online resources available to families and teachers. Scholastic Learn at Home
The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is doing a video visit with a zoo animal each weekday at 3 PM. Instructions for a related craft are also included. Watch these live on the Zoo’s facebook page or archived at: http://cincinnatizoo.org/home-safari-resources/
Mo Willems, beloved author and illustrator of children’s book is hosting a daily (weekdays) broadcast called Lunch Doodles. This is your chance to draw along with Mo!
Here’s another daily opportunity for the artists in your family: Draw Every Day with Jarrett J. Krosoczka.
Flannel Board Fun is a wonderful blog that offers lots of opportunities for kids to learn through play, and no, it’s not just about flannelboards!
National Geographic for Kids has great activities you can access without a subscription.
Don’t forget that limited screen time is still recommended for kids of all ages! Go outside to play together, get out a board game, play cards, or cook together.
Please keep checking back; more activities will be added!