The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has thrown us all for a loop – and one group in particular is adapting to a new normal: parents. It doesn’t matter if your kids are preschool or preteen, being tossed into the deep end of homeschooling can feel overwhelming! We’ve compiled a list of resources to help you out when you just can’t take another viewing of Frozen II.
YouTube has partnered with Khan Academy and other learning creators to bring parents & families resources and activities to make the coming days as educational and fun as possible. Content ranges from preschoolers to kids 13+, so you’ll have lots of options for at-home work. Try it here.
Scholastic Learn at Home
Scholastic – the name we all remember fondly from our book fair days – is creating new content every day for kids ranging from preschool to high school. Topics vary from learning chemistry through candy to digging into the question: “why do zebras have stripes?” Try it here.
Tour a Museum Without Leaving Your Couch!
Have you dreamed of visiting the British Museum? How about New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)? How about the San Diego Zoo? Now’s your chance! Let your kids explore cultural institutions from across the world with the click of a mouse. Good Housekeeping has complied a list of over 30 museums, zoos, and theme parks now offering virtual tours.