Almost everywhere we look right now, schools are closed and some for up to a month! While our area hasn’t been affected by COVID-19 yet, our school has closed for one week per the Governer’s request to sanitize all schools. With pretty much every school closed, and parents trying to figure out how to manage time off from work and keep their kids busy without plopping them in front of the TV or tablet (no judgment, I do it too), I created a list of some free resources to help you, and your kids, keep your sanity and help them learn too.
If your kids are going to be going to daycare, a friend or family member, or you’ve hired someone to watch your kids, share these resources with them. There’s some fun stuff too!
We all know and probably love Scholastic for all of the great books and resources they provide our schools and teachers. Now they are offering 20 days of free learning for your kids based on their age group.
I found this website last year and have been using it since to print our fun coloring pages for the girls. I love how many there are to choose from and I even enjoy coloring a few!
To help the tens of millions of families in the U.S. whose schools are closed due to the coronavirus, Age of Learning provides free home access to ABCmouse, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ. You will have to fill out a form but it is worth it. I Use ABCmouse for my girls and love it.
This site has tons of free school curriculum-related printables from PreK-5th Grade.