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Deals: Free delivery, online learning and more!

COVID-19 is changing our lives in a lot of ways. I have seen neighbors “going on a bear hunt” looking for the hidden teddy bears in windows…but more to the point – my neighbors are going on walks together! We are calling loved ones! (Verizon reports phone traffic up). Some of you might even be out of a job – that is why we feel it is so important to bring you deals as we find them.

Scholastic. Scholastic has launched a “Learn at Home” website specifically designed for kids continued learning. Lessons are broken out by grade level. Kids can learn on their own, learn with the family or even with their teachers!

 Learn Something. There are several companies that are offering free online instruction in the time that you are stuck at home.

·         BluPrint is offering all kinds of classes including quilting, knitting, crochet, cooking, drawing and more. Learn individually or do it as a family. Classes are free through April 9.

·         Fender is well known as a guitar maker. Learn guitar or ukulele with easy online classes.

·         Coursera offers free online collegiate level classes (I loved the Laurie Santos Science of Well Being – which also has a great sister podcast with some special episodes speaking to Covid19).

·         Rosetta Stone. Students can learn a new language (or stay on top of what they are learning in school) with a free three months!

 VISIT DENVER, Boulder Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, Eat Denver and the Colorado Restaurant Association have collaborated to create, a free resource for Denver and Boulder restaurants that remain open for takeout and/or delivery service during the current dine-in shut down.

Free Delivery. There are several places that are offering free delivery or pick up.

·         Chipotle is offering free delivery for any order over $10. Place your order on the app or on through March 31.

·         Noodles. Now through Tuesday, April 7, 2020, get free delivery and free regular entrée for next time on orders of $15 or more placed via or through the Noodles app. New users who sign up for Noodles Rewards through April 7 will receive an additional 1,500 bonus rewards points, which is enough points for a free regular entrée!  

·         King Soopers offers the first three grocery pickups for free.

·         Mad Greens. You can even specify “no contact” and your items will be left at your front door (or wherever you specify). Use the online code FREEDELIVERY

·         Tattered Cover is offering free USPS delivery with any order over $10.

·         Village Inn is said to be offering free delivery. Hankering for a pie? Get your fix with free delivery!

·         Library – Did you know that Hoopla Digital can be accessed with your library card. Audiobooks, music and movies delivered to you digitally and FREE!  

Denver Zoo is reaching out to the community with a new resource to help families stay connected to its animals and stave off cabin fever during this difficult time. Zoo to You: Virtual Safari will be updated daily with new animal videos, wildlife-themed activities and other ideas that families can do at home. 

COVID-19 Resources

Children’s Hospital Colorado Answers Your Top Questions

 50 fun things to do when you’re stuck at home during the Coronavirus outbreak. 

What CAN I do during a time of social distancing? 

Incredibly helpful online resources for students and families navigating learning from home

125+ ideas for online learning and fun for kids of all ages

Hallmark Free Card Friday. I love to get a card in the mail – always – but maybe more now. Hallmark is offering to send you three cards for FREE so you can brighten someone else’s day! They are sending out 2 Million cards!  When you care enough to send the very best…

 Taco Bell Doritos Locos Taco. When you drive through Taco Bell on Tuesday, March 31 you can score a free Doritos Locos Taco! Plus, they will be donating $1 Million to No Kid Hungry.

 CBS All Access. Get one month free of CBS All Access through April 23when you use the promo code ALL at checkout.

This Drive-in, Social-distancing Cinema is Coming to Denver!

Taking the little ones into town, or for some food at a pub or restaurant, is now completely out of the equation with all of the country’s bars, pubs, cafes and other venues closing their doors for the foreseeable future. 

While it’s still okay to nip to the park and practice good social distancing for some well needed fresh air, that can get pretty boring, but a new series of events may offer you some deserved relief.

Put together by our friends at Hot Tub Cinema a string of family-friendly, Coronavirus-safe drive-in cinema shows are being brought to Denver – and they will play host to some of your kids’ favorite films.

Drive-In Cinema Club runs from July 21st – 26th, 2020, where you’ll be able to enjoy a complete cinema experience from the safety of your own vehicle.

“In light of arts spaces and cinemas across the country closing to aid with social distancing, We bring screen entertainment to families, delivering a fun time for all in a safe environment.”

We hope it triggers more events companies to put on more and more events that the family can enjoy in a capacity safe from the spread of Coronavirus.

Tickets will be $25 per car for early bird tickets and $30 per car of up to 5 people thereafter. 

Sign up here for limited tickets:


The DOs and DON’Ts of a statewide stay-at-home order for Colorado families

Gov. Jared Polis issued a statewide “stay at home” order Wednesday, requiring the state’s 5.7 million residents to avoid unnecessary travel or mingling with others outside their households.

Polis, who had resisted taking the dramatic step even as cities, counties and local health departments in metro Denver issued similar orders before him, said he was persuaded that a statewide approach was necessary as the coronavirus continued to spread throughout the population.

“Now is the time to stay at home,” Polis said.

Similar to the county-level and regional orders that had been issued by others, Polis’s order will allow grocery stores, liquor stores, gas stations and other businesses considered essential to remain open. Customers may visit those as long as they maintain social distancing, staying 6 feet away from people not from their households.

The order takes effect Thursday and lasts through April 11.

According to the order, residents can leave their home to:

  • Obtain food and other household necessities for themselves and their family or household members.
  • Deliver those services or supplies to others, such as food, pet supply, other household consumer products, and products or equipment necessary to maintain the safety, sanitation, and critical operation of a residence.
  • To engage in outdoor activity, such as walking, hiking, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, biking or running. For purposes of outdoor activity, state parks will remain open to the public to engage in walking, hiking, biking, running, and similar outdoor activities but all playgrounds, picnic areas, other similar areas conducive to public gathering and attended areas shall be closed.
  • To perform work for critical industries.
  • To care for a family member, a vulnerable person, or pet in another household, or to care for livestock kept at a location other than an individual’s home.
  • To seek medical care

Polis has also requested a major disaster declaration for Colorado from President Donald Trump, which would allow for additional federal aid to arrive in the state.

“I call upon President Trump to grant this immediately,” Polis said.

Read More: What you can and cannot do under Gov. Polis’ official order

Denver Zoo Launches Virtual Zoo with Daily Videos and Family Activities

Zoo to You: Virtual Safari Keeps the Community Connected to Denver Zoo and Its 3,000 Animals

 Denver Zoo may not be open to guests, but its animal care team is still busy at work caring for its nearly 3,000 animals. And now the Zoo is reaching out to the community with a new resource to help families stay connected to its animals and stave off cabin fever during this difficult time. Zoo to You: Virtual Safari will be updated daily with new animal videos, wildlife-themed activities and other ideas that families can do at home. Highlights include:

  • Live Streams and DZTV Videos: The Zoo will feature a new animal and area of the Zoo every day at 1 p.m. MST on Facebook Live, which will give viewers a chance to interact directly with animal care staff. There will also be new animal videos posted across the Zoo’s social channels—FacebookTwitterInstagram and YouTube—and Zoo to You: Virtual Safari throughout the week.

  • Daily Family Activity Ideas: The Zoo’s Learning Experiences team will share daily nature play and wildlife-themed activities to help parents keep their kids busy, entertained and engaged during school closures, from Giraffe Yoga to 25 Nature Play Ideas.

  • Conservation from Home: Families can become citizen scientists from the comfort of their homes by taking part in the Zoo’s Colorado Corridors Project and play a meaningful role in helping save wildlife. Users can identify local wildlife in photos captured by remote cameras along I-70 then visit Zooniverse to participate in other conservation projects around the world.

Visitors to Zoo to You: Virtual Safari are also encouraged to make a donation to the Zoo’s Emergency Support Fund during its closure to help cover the costs of caring for its nearly 3,000 animals. For more information visit

Tweens, Teens and Young Adults in the Coronavirus Crisis

In this crisis, teens and young adults sent home from college pose different challenges for families than young children who need to be occupied and reassured. For starters, families are reporting problems persuading their older children to comply with social distancing rules. Combine the teenager’s innate sense of invulnerability, their intense focus on peers, and the fact that the virus is less likely to harm them, and you may get a lot of pushback.

This week, talked to their experts about this and other issues affecting teenagers and young adults, including those who are depressed or anxious, disappointed about missing important milestones in their lives and worried about their futures.

Supporting Teenagers and Young Adults in the Coronavirus Crisis

Tips for parents with older children at home. Read more.

Self-Care in the Time of Coronavirus

For parents, prioritizing your own well-being benefits your whole family. Read more. 

Tips for Communicating With Your Teen

Keeping the parent-child relationship strong during a tricky age. Read more. 

The Power of Positive Attention

How to use it (instead of negative attention) to change behavior. Read more. 
We’re all in this together and it’s OK to ask for help. For local mental health support, go to NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Colorado

Colorado launches emergency child care for those on the front lines of coronavirus — and it’s free for now

A new effort to provide care for the children of thousands of hospital staff and emergency responders in Colorado kicked off Monday with around 900 children linked up with nearby child care providers.

The initiative covers a small slice of the tens of thousands of young children estimated to need care so their parents can work at essential jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, but leaders and participating child care providers say it represents an impressively fast response that will grow in the coming days.

State officials and more than a dozen early childhood groups spearheaded the emergency child care campaign last week after a wave of school and child care center closures set off fears that health professionals and first responders wouldn’t be able to do their jobs without a safe place to send their children.

Child care at the more than five dozen participating centers and licensed homes — most in the Denver metro area — is free for essential workers this week and next week because of funding from the state and several private companies and foundations. In future weeks, parents may be charged on a sliding-scale basis, but the details are in flux.
-Ann Schimke, Chalkbeat; photo Erin Einhorn

Resources for students and families navigating learning from home; Colorado schools closed through April 17

This week, Gov. Polis took the unprecedented step of suspending in-person learning in public and private schools across the state from March 23 to April 17 as part of the statewide effort to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. His executive order directs Colorado school districts and the Charter School Institute to make every effort to provide alternative learning opportunities during this time while taking into account the needs of local communities. The order also directs the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) to issue guidance to support P-12 school systems in developing and implementing plans to assist families and students in accessing alternative learning, providing free and reduced-price lunch and breakfast, and offering waivers for instructional time as appropriate.

Before the announcement about statewide school closure, CDE announced a pause on 2019-20 statewide assessments (the Colorado Measures of Academic Success) and accountability. “With the extraordinary actions we are taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19, it’s clear that we need to press pause on our CMAS tests this year,” Commissioner Katy Anthes said in a press release. “Students and educators need to feel a sense of stability and normalcy before state tests can be administered and produce valid results. This also means we plan to pause our school and district state accountability system as it relates to state assessments for a year.”

CDE is working with the College Board on possible solutions for the administration of the PSAT and SAT tests in high school. The Department will continue working with schools and districts that are already identified for improvement to help support instruction.

The Children’s Campaign is committed to working with CDE, other advocacy organizations, and our community-facing and youth-serving partners to ensure that students have equitable access to remote learning opportunities, nutritious meals, and other services to support their health and wellbeing while out of school.

In the meantime, we hope the resources below may be a helpful starting point for students and families that are navigating uncharted learning-from-home waters.

Curated learning resources to support students out of school:

COVID-19 resources for parents, families, and those working closely with children:

Leslie Colwell, Colorado Children’s Campaign

What CAN I do during a time of social distancing?

What CAN I do during a time of social distancing?

During this period of social distancing there are still many things you can do. 

• Relax. Think of this as a time to slow down and do the things you’ve been wanting to do, but haven’t found the time. Remember, mental health is important to overall health and keeps your immune system stronger.

• Enjoy the great outdoors while remembering to practice social distancing from other recreators.

• Watch videos to learn and practice new skills such art, crafting, electronics, musical instruments, home projects, cooking, etc.

• Get creative with the food that sits in your cabinets and never gets eaten.

• Learn a new musical instrument, or practice the one you’ve already picked up.

• Read a book: The libraries may be closing, but with your library card you can still check out books online through the Libby by OneDrive app.
       o Find your library and enter your library card and pin. The pin is typically the first four digits of your birthdate.
       o Visit for more information

• Learn and/or practice meditation.

• Work on spring cleaning. This can include sorting and purging your drawers, cabinets, closets, rooms, or garage. Work outside to get your lawn or garden ready for spring; harden your home against wildfire dangers – clean up dead leaves, grass and other overgrowth.

• Help your children with schoolwork or play games as a family.

• Use social media to communicate with friends and loved ones.

• Play video, board, or card games.

Don’t miss: 

125 ideas for online learning for kids of all ages

Parent’s Guide to Colorado’s Coronavirus Outbreak: Keeping kids busy, school closures and more

50 fun things to do with your kids at home


I Wish My Teenager Would Panic a Little More

I’m seething just a little bit as I write this, and my poor keyboard is getting the brunt of my frustration.

I have been addicted to my social media feeds over the last couple of weeks, so I’ve seen many articles about how to help our kids get through this unprecedented time. Suggestions for how to get your younger children to stay on track now that schools have moved online, tips for activities that will keep them busy, and how to talk to your kids without panicking them have been all over the news and social media.

What I need is an article that helps me panic my kids.

I have three teenagers, one of whom is home from college. She came home for spring break on March 9th and I suspect that she’s here for the rest of the semester (although her college hasn’t communicated that quite yet). We went through what many teens are experiencing: disappointment with canceled activities and the abrupt end to her freshman year in college. 

But that’s moved on to, “Hey! The rest of my friends from high school are home from college, too!”

Being a mother to an 18-year-old during a quarantine is a little difficult; they’re legally adults, but you still hold the majority of the power. While I can say, “No, you can’t do that” to my 14 and 16-year-olds, that’s a little more difficult with someone who has lived across the country on her own for the last 6 months.

As many of us have experienced, I’ve fluctuated between feeling like I’m overreacting to feeling like I’m not reacting enough. I’ve done what the experts say as far as preparation, but when it comes to reigning in the kids and how much social interaction they’re allowed to have…that’s been more of a grey area for me.

However, it’s about to turn more black and white.

I’ve talked to other parents and asked what they’re doing (although I wish I had more confidence to just say, “This is what we’re doing”) and most seem to be in agreement.

So, why did my daughter just get home from a trip to buy a guitar with two of her friends?

I had given them permission to go through a drive-thru and have lunch at someone’s house. The next thing I know, they’re walking in the door with my daughter’s new purchase with little smiles on their faces like, “We know you won’t like this, but we did it anyway.”

And that’s when I started beating on my keyboard to write this blog.

I looked at those girls – those church-going, straight-A, amazing young women – and said, completely stunned, “I’m about to use a word I never thought I’d use about you three. You’re being selfish.”

I’ve tried to find the balance between being supportive and understanding about all they’re missing during the spring semester…and wanting to shake them and say, “Do you realize there are real problems going on out there? That you’re worried about a sorority formal while I’m watching the economy tank? That by doing what you’re doing, you could prolong this isolation even more?”

From the conversations I’ve had with other parents, I don’t think I’m alone in this. Yes, I want my children to feel safe and secure, but I’m starting to think they also need a wake-up call about what’s really happening. I think that they need to understand the bigger picture. At the very least, I think they need to have their car keys taken away.

Or maybe that’s just what’s about to happen in my house.

Catherine Tidd is the author of Confessions of a Mediocre Widow and the owner of Social Seed Marketing. You can read more of her blogs at


125+ ideas for online learning and fun for kids of all ages

From a friend :

Help has arrived….

Ok, so LOTS of parents are suddenly home with their kiddos…

We have always homeschooled after I was a classroom teacher for more than a decade, so I say WELCOME and let me help you. A few things to remember, this is a PERFECT time to make memories with your children and learn things beyond “normal” math and reading.

This is a great time to really help your child dig in and spend hours doing or learning something that they love or are passionate about.

Don’t forget that there are TONS of documentaries on the streaming services that they might enjoy and learn a lot from.

Here are links that I have gathered to TONS of free fun learning options for all ages from toddlers to AP students to adults.  Some are always free and some are only free during this current situation.

I am making this post public, so feel free to share it far and wide.  If you know of a resource for FREE education (either permanent or only during this time) please share it in the comments.

Also, don’t miss our guide to 50 fun things to do with your kids at home.


✅The San Diego Zoo has a website just for kids with amazing videos, activities, and games. Enjoy the tour!

✅Tour Yellowstone National Park!

✅Explore the surface of Mars on the Curiosity Rover.

✅This Canadian site FarmFood 360 offers 11 Virtual Tours of farms from minks, pigs, and cows, to apples and eggs.

✅Indoor Activities for busy toddlers

✅Play games and learn all about animals

✅Play with fave show characters and learn too

✅Travel to Paris, France to see amazing works of art at The Louvre with this virtual field trip.

✅This Virtual Tour of the Great Wall of China is beautiful and makes history come to life.

✅Math and Reading games

✅Phonics skills

✅This iconic museum located in the heart of London allows virtual visitors to tour the Great Court and discover the ancient Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies.

✅ Read, play games, and hang out with Dr. Seuss

✅300,000+ FREE printable worksheets from toddlers to teens

✅Geography and animals

✅Math practice from counting to algebra and geometry

✅Fave kids books read by famous people

✅Crafts, activities, mazes, dot to dot, etc,

✅High school chemistry topics

✅Math and reading games

✅Math and language games

✅Hands-on Elem science videos

✅Voice-based learning… learn through Alexa

✅Fun games, recipes, crafts, activities

✅ClickSchooling brings you daily recommendations by email for entertaining websites that help your kids learn.

✅Math as a fun part of your daily family routine

✅Games to get “into the book”

✅Online history classes for all ages preteen through adults


✅ Elem Math through 6th grade

✅Educational games K-12

✅Digital archive of history

✅Test Prep for SAT, ACT, etc.


✅Resources for Spanish practice

✅Chinese learning activities

✅Music is for everyone

✅Science, Math, Social Studies

✅Grammar practice for middle grades

✅Daily free science or cooking experiment to do at home.


✅Reading passages for grades 3-12, with reading comprehension and discussion questions.

✅Vocabulary, grammar, listening activities and games in Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Korean, and Latin.

✅35,000 pages of online content on the cultures and countries of the world.

✅K-5th Science lessons

✅Tons of free classes from leading universities and companies

✅Free printable K-8 Reading and Math activity packs (available in English and Spanish)

✅Digital learning content for preschool through high school

✅A wide range of math content from middle school through AP Calculus.

✅Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.

✅3 Free Weeks of Maker Stations to keep your children creating at home! Each challenge includes simple instructions using materials around the house, QR code video resources, and a student recording sheet.

✅Classes for older teens or adults

✅Online homeschool platform & curriculum for Pre-K to 12th grade.  All main subjects are covered, plus extra curriculum courses.

✅Printable board games, activities and more for phonics and reading all using evidence-based methods. Can be customized to any student’s needs including creating flashcards for other subjects.

✅K-8 online math program that looks at how a student is solving problems to adjust accordingly and build a unique learning path for them.

✅Engaging reading game for grades 2-8 that combines strategy, engagement, and imaginative reading passages to create a fun, curriculum-aligned literacy game.

✅Higher-level math series… online video series with detailed solutions to more than a thousand publicly-released College Board SAT Math, Subject Test Math Level 1, and Subject Test Math Level 2 problems.

✅Foreign languages

✅Interactive video earth science-based curriculum supplement.

✅A safe research site for elementary-level readers. They are offering — free 24/7 access
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✅Resources for AP students including live reviews, live trivia, and study guides!

✅Educational brain breaks to help students review essential literacy and math skills, while getting in some exercise. Find over 900 videos to help your child keep learning at home and burn off some extra energy. Our site is best used for ages 4-8.

✅Movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts.

✅7,000 free videos in 13 subject areas

✅Carmen Sandiego videos, stories, and lessons for all subject areas

✅Math Videos with lessons, real-life uses of math, famous actors

✅Entertaining & educational videos for all levels and subjects

✅Online education program for toddler through high school…

✅Free Printables for PreK-2nd Grade

✅Free printables library with activities for children 0-6

✅Free at-home kids yoga lesson plans

✅Magic Spell is a carefully crafted spelling adventure.

✅Resources for AP students

✅Enter your math problem or search term, press the button, and they show you the step-by-step work and answer instantly.  2nd grade through college.

✅Elem Math games, logic puzzles and educational resources

✅Poetry and music

✅3D printing projects and Coding projects, involving math and other K-12 subjects

✅Introductory and intermediate music theory lessons, exercises, ear trainers, and calculators.

✅Scads of free resources, games, learning resources, and lesson plans for teaching personal finance

✅Improve your typing skills while competing in fast-paced races with up to 5 typers from around the world.

✅Illustrated recipes designed to help kids age 2-12 cook with their grown-ups. Recipes encourage culinary skills, literacy, math, and science.

✅Online curriculum that builds better writers.

✅80+ do at-home science activities

✅Daily lessons and educational activities that kids can do on their own

✅Adaptive curriculum in Math and ELA for Grades K-8

✅Novel Effect makes storytime a little more fun for kids (and grown-ups too!) As you read out loud from print books (or ebooks!) music, sound effects, and character voices play at just the right moment, adjusting and responding to your voice.

✅Quick & easy at home projects curated for kids 2 and up

✅Teaches students how to write a paragraph through interactive online tutorial

✅PreK-12 digital media service with more than 30,000 learning materials

✅Curricular content hub specifically designed for K-3 students.

✅Science and math labs and simulations

✅An online physics problem and video bank designed for conceptual, standard, honors or AP1 physics.

✅Prodigies is a colorful music curriculum for kids 1-12 that will teach your kids how to play their first instrument, how to sing in tune & how to understand the language of music! 21 for free

✅Free videos from around the world from grade 3-12

✅QuaverMusic is offering free access to general music activities to all impacted schools, including free student access at-home

✅For students to practice and master whatever they are learning.

✅ReadWorks is an online resource of reading passages and lesson plans for students of all levels K-12.

✅Critical Thinking resources for K-6 students

✅Music Based Spanish Learning

✅Science simulations, scientist profiles, and other digital resources for middle school science and high school biology

✅The Shurley English program for grades K-8 provides a clear, logical, and concrete approach to language arts.

✅Sight reading and sight singing practice exercises.

✅Music practice transformed

✅Spellingcity is free right now with code VSCFree90

✅Kid-friendly workouts — choose from Strength for Kids, Agility for Kids, Flexibility and Balance for Kids, Warm-Up for Kids, Cooldown for Kids, Stand Up and Move for Kids, OR create your own custom kid workout.

✅A collection of hundreds of free K-12 STEM resources, from standalone models and simulations to short activities and week-long sequences of curriculum materials.

✅Course sets (Levels 1–5) that combine and thoroughly cover phonics, reading, writing, spelling, literature, grammar, punctuation, art, and geography—all in one easy-to-use, beautiful course.

✅At home OT, PT, and ST resources designed to build skills in children through movement and play.

✅Science projects that can be completed with or without Internet access

✅Keyboarding practice   or

✅Next Generation Science video game focused on middle school where students directly engage in science phenomena as they solve problems.

✅Short videos and readings that answer various burning questions for students. There are vocabulary challenges and comprehension questions.

✅Math practice

✅K-5 curriculum that builds deep understanding and a love of learning math for all students

✅A quick-start resource to help families pull together a plan for surviving the next 1-2 months at home with their kids, but it can also be a time of slowing down and enjoying kids as they learn.
Preschool through 8th grade

✅450 Ivy League courses that you can take

✅Spelling 1-4 grade

✅2,500+ online courses from top institutions

✅22 languages to learn

✅Learn to code

✅Miscellaneous games for all subjects k-8

✅Phonics and learning to read

✅PreK – 5 games for all subjects

✅Online digital coloring pages

✅Every course you could possibly want to homeschool preschool – 8

✅Every course you could possibly want to homeschool for high school

✅Phonics worksheets for kids

✅Free stories online ages 3-12

✅National Geographic Young Explorers is a magazine designed specifically for kindergarten and first-grade students.  Children can listen to the magazine being read to them as they follow along with the highlighted text.

✅Learn all about earthquakes

✅Learn all about the periodic table

✅Farmer’s almanac for kids…  Date, weather, moon phase, etc.

✅Guide to gardening for kids

✅Website allows students to play basic games to reinforce math skills and compete against the computer or others

✅Space science for kiddos

✅Math Games, Logic Puzzles and Brain Builders

✅Games, quizzes and fact sheets take kids on a journey through time.

✅NGAkids interactives offer an entertaining and informative introduction to art and art history.

✅News and more for kids

✅Randomly generates 356,300,262,144 story starters

✅Immerse yourself in cryptography

✅Math games galore

✅Tons of science experiments that you can do at home

✅An interactive way to learn history

✅Just explore, have fun, and learn some science along the way.

✅Interactive games based on the book series

✅Work on the 8 parts of speech

✅Learn all about cells

✅All sorts of learning here if you dig in

✅Scratch draws students of all types into coding and lays a foundation for future learning.

✅A wonderful, endlessly detailed way to get kids engaged in the world of art.

✅Tests kids’ geography skills. Using images from Google’s Street View, it plops players down in the middle of the street and asks them to figure out where they are.

✅Allows students to type in any city, state, or country to view an archive of historical photographs and other documents. It’s a unique way to help them learn about history.

✅Short videos about numbers that help kids explore complex math topics and make math more fun.

✅A human visualization platform that allows students to explore the human body in really cool ways.

✅Helps kids learn to appreciate the arts by providing them with the opportunity to play games, conduct investigations, and explore different forms of art.

✅Lets kids play instruments online. Instruments include the guitar, piano, pan flute, drums, and bongos.

✅Crafts, activities, bulletin board designs, and fingerplays for early education teachers and parents to use with kids.

✅A large selection of fun songs to help teach preschool and kindergarten students

✅The resource section includes free flashcards, coloring pages, worksheets, and other resources for children, teachers, and parents.

✅Life skills curriculum for students in grades K-12. Their resources include strategies for teaching social and emotional skills.

✅Coding for ages 4-10

✅No need to travel to one of the Smithsonian’s zoos or museums — this website brings your child everything from live video of the National Zoo to the Smithsonian Learning Lab right to their screen

✅Cool Kid Facts gives your child access to educational videos, pictures, quizzes, downloadable worksheets, and infographics. They can use these to learn about geography, history, science, animals, and even the human body.

✅This interactive website, hosted by the U.S. Government Publishing Office, allows your child to see the ins and outs of the U.S. government by taking a series of learning adventures with none other than Benjamin Franklin.

✅This NASA initiative covers a wide range of topics including weather, climate, atmosphere, water, energy, plants, and animals.

✅Ask Dr. Universe is a science-education project from Washington State University. Kids can send Dr. Universe any question they may have about history, geography, plants, animals, technology, engineering, math, culture, and more.

✅Your child can play games, learn fun facts, and find out how to turn coin collecting into a hobby.

✅From rainbows to tornadoes and winter storms to tsunamis, meteorologist Crystal Wicker breaks down the fascinating world of weather.

✅Kids Think Design explores careers in fashion design, graphic design, interior design, book design, product design, film and theatre, architecture, animation, and environmental design.

✅This educational website hosted by the Smithsonian Museum takes a deep dive into ocean life.

✅Brainscape offers over a million flashcard decks for every subject, entrance exam, and certification imaginable.

✅The Theta Music Trainer offers a series of online courses and games for ear training and music theory.

✅Banzai exposes students to real-world financial dilemmas to teach them the importance of smart money management.

✅Innerbody explores the 11 bodily systems in depth. With interactive models and detailed explanations, this website will help them learn more about the internal mechanics of the amazing human body.

✅Alcumus is specifically designed to provide high-performing students with a challenging curriculum appropriate to their abilities

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