Let’s get learning (online). Since you can’t field trip to the Museum, we’ve gathered a number of activities, lessons, and resources kids can use to not just learn, but explore the world around them. We’ve put together a list–separated by subject–of online spaces that are safe for you and your child.
Art is such a wonderful topic! It’s comes in many shapes and forms. It allows us express ourselves and tell stories that we don’t yet have words for.
Visual Thinking Strategies (Roberson resource)
Learn what the difference is between a primary and secondary reference, and how these documents inform us of our history and tell greater stories of who we are. History is such a fascinating subject, and our understanding of the past is always changing.
Local History Scavenger Hunt (Roberson resource)
Mysteries from the Vault (Roberson resource)
WWI Propaganda Poster Puzzle (Roberson resource)
These websites cover it all. For instance, Khan Academy has organized lesson plans that walk students through everything from Arithmetic to SAT prep to Storytelling. Plus, activities and quizzes to make sure each lesson has been understood.
Coding with Scratch (Roberson resource)
Math is the universal language they say and it has so many applications from building apps to space exploration. What a great subject and like anything, the more you work at it, the easier it becomes.
Hypothesize, experiment, present your findings! Come up with home-brewed experiments and much more.
Science of Sound (Roberson resource)
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