Find more links and general ideas for kids of all ages, including free downloadable Worksheets, and more…!
Audible – Audible Stories is a free website where kids of all ages can listen to hundreds of Audible audio titles across six different languages—English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Japanese.
K5 Learning – WORKSHEETS! No need to say more…
OutSchool – virtual classes (one-time and weekly). Right now, the site is offering $50 worth of classes per child. If you can afford to pay, the site requests you make a donation to ensure other families who cannot will be supported.
Pacific Science Centre – get free access to online videos from PSC and a host of activities to keep up with your kiddos curiosity for all things STEM related.
Scholastic Learn at Home – day-to-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Seattle Public Library – scroll through to find numerous digital resources for kids (comics, music, podcasts and more); all you need is your library card for access.
Virtual Tours – links to galleries, museums, national parks, zoos and more
YouTube Channels – recommended channels to check out from the Fordham Institute
More Ideas from the Coe Community
Virtual Meet Ups – set up a weekly virtual chat, play date, reading time with fellow classmates and friends.
Cooking – try your hand at a new recipe and get the whole family involved. There are plenty of online sites and YouTube videos to guide you along
Alphabet Museum – pick a theme (dinosaurs, Star Wars, famous painters or musicians, etc) or stick with general creatures/people/places/things that start with each letter of the Alphabet. Choose a creative way to gather and display everything in the museum — “guided tours” are also a fun and educational way for kids to show what they’ve learned. Check out examples here and here.