Science

Code.org offers free online coding classes for all ages https://code.org/

Mystery Science is offering free fun science lessons for students of all ages.https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning

National Geographic Kids is offering free video games and videos on their website. https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/

Smithsonian for Kids offers free fun stuff for kids https://www.si.edu/kids

Wow in the World offers free science podcasts for curious kids https://tinkercast.com/listen/?m_page=1&m_search=

 

BrainPop is offering free access for families whose school is closed due to the COVID-19 virus.  Includes unlimited use of the full BrainPOP suite with cartoon videos on a variety of subject during the period of closure. Complete form at https://go.brainpop.com/accessrequest?utm_source=bp-com&utm_medium=internal&utm_campaign=coronavirus&utm_content=coronavirus

Khan Academy offers free online lessons for students of all ages https://www.khanacademy.org/

PBS Kids has pre-made at home-learning schedules which will change every week.  Broken down into PreK-3rd, K- 12th, and 9 -12th.  Visit https://www.kcet.org/at-home-learning/at-home-learning-schedules

Outschool has live online classes for Ages 3-18 spark your child’s curiosity with access to 10,000 small group video chat classes—created and taught by inspiring teachers. Start learning for as low as $5/class. Fun classes like Harry Potter, , Dungeons and Dragons, Fortnite, Lego, Pokémon, Minecraft, cats, dogs, unicorn, adventure, World Languages, Art, Music, English, Math, Life Skills and much more! https://outschool.com/

Pinterest has tons of ideas that are fun and educational!