Digital resources are a-plenty when navigating at-home time. We hope you find these resources as helpful as we do. Keep checking back for new updates! Oh, and they are for kids and grownups, too.
Writing and Art
The following drawing tutorials courtesy of accomplished authors and writers:
Uncover easy and simple ways to set up a home that supports creativity, and it’s my hope that TinkerLab will shorten the learning curve for you.
Peter H. Reynolds, author of “The Dot” and more reads his books live on his Facebook page.
Children’s book author Tammar Stein hosts a writing workshop on YouTube.
General STEM resources:
Virtual coding classes for ages 6-13
Cassini (20 year space exploration)
Art, science engineering and design projects with household materials for kids.
Digital Adventures has developed and launched a K-12 live-stream online learning platform that teaches kids the essentials of programming, problem solving, and collaborating in a virtual, remote setting
STEM for Preschool – 2nd Grades:
STEM for Middle Schoolers:
STEM for High School students:
Keep the kids having fun and engaged with these 50 Plus Easy Indoor Activities for Kids using simple household items and recycled materials.
Couldn’t decide if this should go in the fitness subcategory or this one…
TerraClues is the ultimate Google Maps scavenger hunt game!