Looking for some online resources while the schools and library are closed? Try some of these.
We will continue to update this page as we continue to find and learn about more exciting online resources. Don’t forget to check out the web page of your favorite museums, zoos, and aquariums to see what online resources they offer!
Aquarium of the Pacific – animal webcams
BrainPOP – educational resource that is giving free access while schools are closed. Covers a variety of different subjets.
Exploratorium – museum website with science and social studies videos
GoNoodle – need to shake those sillies out? Visit GoNoodle’s youtube page to watch and dance along to fun music videos.
Khan Academy – education lessons in different subjects
Khan Academy for kids – educational lessons for kids 2 to 7 years old
Let’s Keep Reading – visit this google doc to see a list of your favorite authors and when you can catch them reading a picture book or teaching a drawing lesson.
Liberty Science Center – collection of lesson plans and learning activities
Metropolitan Museum of Art for Kids – explore the museum’s virtual offerings.
Prodigy – Math games for all ages
San Diego Zoo – check out the animals webcams.
Scholastic Learn at home – free access while schools are closed.
Scratch Jr. – coding practice
Smithsonian’s National Zoo – check out the zoo’s webcams
Storyline Online – miss storytime? This website has celebrities reading children’s picture books.
Story Time from Space! – real astronauts read story books from the space station.
Tumble Books – visit via this link or the link below (Tumble books is always available through our website) for picture books come to life.
Tumble Math – free access while schools are closed.
WorkSheetsWorks – printable worksheets to practice skills
Grade Level Reading Lists
Click below for new homework help sites.
Websites for kids
All Subjects — Fed Resources for Ed. Excellence
TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books, chapter books and read alongs which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love.
TumbleBooks also include National Geographic videos and games. Click here