Homeschooling Resources for Parents during COVID-19
Downloadable Ebooks and Audiobooks List by Mrs. Wilson
Virtual Streaming Opportunities, Learning Events and Virtual Tours
Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration
CILC places great value on its Content Providers, nearly 200 of the very best cultural organizations and talent from around the world. They make it all possible by connecting students to unique subject matter, artifacts, and experiences. All virtual zoom visits for FREE. Just register ahead of time!
Explore’s growing library consists of more than 250 original films and 30,000 photographs from around the world. Explore also boasts of over 95 different nature webcams in zoos, sanctuaries and the wild.
Online Museum and Virtual Tours
Museum Computer Network (MCN) continues to foster innovation through growing the digital capacity of museum professionals. This list includes NASA Images, Smithsonian Open Access, Louvre Virtual Tours, Children's Museums and various online collections just to name a few. Over 50 resources included in this list. Everything is FREE!
Visit National Parks Virtually
Travelzoo is a global media commerce company. With more than 28 million members in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific and 25 offices worldwide, Travelzoo® publishes offers from more than 2,000 travel, entertainment and local companies. Travelzoo's deal experts review offers to find the best deals and confirm their true value.
Educational Websites for Various Subject Areas
Math, Science and Engineering
Steve Spengler's 50 Science Experiments in 50 Days
The Spangler Science Club features highly interactive experiments and hands-on activities created by Steve Spangler. His easy to follow lessons serve as an introduction to more in-depth experiments and challenges that push the learner’s creativity to the next level. Areas of the website have been opened up for FREE for a limited time including 50 Science Experiements in 50 days and Steve's top Science Videos.
STEM challenges for at home, using what you have around the house. New challenges featured weekly!
Engineering is Elementary
Lessons for home or school. Solutions to accelerate STEM learning.
How To Smile
One of the largest collections of STEM topics and related lessons on the internet.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code offers free at home coding lessons weekly.
Learn how to build apps in minutes using block coding language.
Learn to code.
Learn to code, while learning to write music.
Learn to code video games.
Teaching Catholic Kids
Downloadable worksheets and games.
Bible scavenger hunts, games and experiences. Alot of fun!
Magnificat for Kids
The Magnificat, for ages 6-12.
English, Reading, Writing
An empowering approach to creative writing. Join other young authors as you write your own novel in 30 days!
Explore the world of children's literature (PreK-3rd grade) in this exciting website filled with author readings, book and craft ideas, and music.
My Story Book
Create a story, learn from others, share your writing.
History, Geography and Social Studies
Masters of Tradition
Interactive story map that allows students to explore other cultures, communities and traditions through photos, first person interiviews, video, and short text.
Explore leading issues in our world without opinions. Teaching lessons and resources included. Middle school and up.
Explore issues from all sides. Spark conversation, learn how to critically evaluate information. Middle school and up.
Engaging students in civics learning. Lessons and activities.
Learn a language, for free! Earn badges and points while you learn.
North Carolina Museum of Art
Explore works of art that are relevant across subjects and grade levels.
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems
The Kennedy Center has archived all of the Lunch Doodles with famed children's author and illustrator, Mo Willems, here.
Online, digital art making.
General Knowledge-All Subjects
A free encyclopedia based off of DK Publisher's knowlege base and information.
Free, online textbooks and classes, in various subjects. Use to improve what you already know, or to learn more!
Use primary source documents to learn about different subjects, all from the National Archives!
Explore topics, lessons, and exhibits. An online museum, of sorts.