resources for teachers and parents

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Kids aren’t likely to be going back to school anytime soon. So now what? There are millions of online resources available. Many are really good – engaging, educational. Some are aligned with school standards. Some track progress and direct learning and practice. Some are just plain awesome – virtual field trips, challenging and great fun.

The Best National Parks to Visit—Virtually | Travelzoo
“The great Wallace Stegner once called America’s national parks “the best idea we ever had,” and we couldn’t agree more. Equal parts meditative and mind-blowing, these magnificent wild…
Learn at Home | National Geographic Society
Curated collections of learning activities to implement at home. By educators. For educators, parents, and caregivers.
4 Easy Tips to Having Fun Doing STEM Activities at Home | DiscoverE Engineering
Have some index cards? Encourage your daughter to design a structure that can hold up a soup can using only one index card and some tape. Believe me – it’s possible and fun.Here are some tips f…
Resources for Teachers
Teaching Guides Transdisciplinary Mindmapping Helping Students Give and Receive Feedback
Coronavirus boredom? ERAU offering free online courses to public – News – Daytona Beach News-Journal Online – Daytona Beach, FL
course geared toward students from ages 8 to 17 is “Aviation is Your Future,” a self-paced, six-hour online course introducing young people to aviation fundamentals, such as lift, gravity, thru…
http://www.amazingeducationalresources.com/
Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions due to School Closings (Updated) : Amazing Educational Resources
Summit Learning
Summit Project Based Learning – Full PBL Units Connected to Standards The platform comes with a comprehensive curriculum. Each course is made up of projects and focus areas. Math courses additional…
University of Arkansas STEM Challenges.pdf – Google Drive
Grades K-4 Student-Centered STEM/DESIGN Challenges
Find Lessons | NextLesson
NextLesson – 50 Free Projects/Activities
Teaching Remotely for Grades K – 12 | Free Resources and Strategies
Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing. Even when schools are closed, you can keep the learning going with these special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four…

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