With almost all US schools at all levels closed, there is still learning required by most school districts. Many schools provide students with a chrome book or other internet learning device, yet some schools are challenged by not having any teaching devices in place. Even with e-learning, once homework is done what can the students do to add additional learning.
Working with one of our educational partners, we have organized a list of web sites that can help both students and parents in this learning process.
Free learn at home resources from Scholastic: Classroommagazines.scholastic.com
Lessons in science, social studies, English, math, arts & music, and health: Brainpop.com
Live online classes are great for parents who can’t teach. Outschool.com has plenty to offer, from coding to guitar lessons: Outschool.com
This one is great for distance museum learning: Learninglab.si.edu/
Online exhibits from over 500 cultural institutions: Artsandculture.google.com
Learn to Play a musical instrument: wikihow.com/Learn-to-Play-an-Instrument
Other resources: Kqed.org, Schoolchoiceweek.com, ResponsibleHomeschooling.org, CK12.org/student/, Wvxu.org
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