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Learn at Home With with These Online Resources

Mom and Daughter on computer

Schools may be closed but there are plenty of free resources to help your kids continue learning during the quarantine. With education at your fingertips, it’s never been easier to keep finding new ways to learn and grow, kids and adults alike. 

YouTube

YouTube has created Learn@Home, a page dedicated to providing supplemental educational helps to complement regular school lessons. The page features a compilation of helpful YouTube channels based on student’s age ranges so they can get content suitable for every learning level

Google

Google’s Teach From Home site is “a temporary hub of information and tools to help teachers during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis” and features tutorials on how to use Google products to get started with distance learning to help teachers continue teaching from outside the classroom, including making lessons accessible to students and collaborating with other educators.

HappyKids.tv

Screentime doesn’t have to be a waste of time, and HappyKids.tv wants to prove that by offering programming that entertains and educates kids of all age groups with music, rhymes, stories, DIY, activity guides and more.

Kanopy

Your public library is a great resource for free movies and TV shows. Sadly, many libraries have closed as the COVID-19 virus races around the world. To help out, the streaming service Kanopy is partnering with local libraries to offer free streaming of popular movies and unlimited access to Kanopy Kids. Find out if your local library participates on the Kanopy website HERE.

Xfinity

Comcast announced the Xfinity Education Destination with thousands of resources for kids K-12 and more than 2,000 hours of free content, giving parents quick access to educational programming for children. This new feature is in direct response to COVID-19 as children are continuing their education at home now that schools have temporarily shut down. Find out more here.

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