COVID-19 Resources

Science Technology Arts Engineering Mathematics online lessons covid-19

 Lessons and activities to engage children who are home due to COVID-19.

In the wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, many schools across the United States (and the world) are either closing or changing to an online learning format to keep their students healthy. If you’re a parent who is currently social distancing, you might be scrambling to find ways to bolster your child’s education and keep their minds engaged. With all the other stresses you undoubtedly have on your plate right now, finding quality educational content for your child doesn’t have to be a contributing factor. Thanks to the impact of the Internet, today’s learners can access dynamic, personalized learning experiences from the comfort of home.

Luckily, we’ve done some of the work for you. Here are some lesson plans and educational resources to engage children with STE(A)M topics:

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COVID-19 Impact on Parents and Children

From seasonal changes to online classes, many families are experiencing major transitions these days. As your children adjust to new schedules and lifestyles, it’s crucial to ensure every member of the family stays entertained and educated. Of course, if you’re like most parents, you’d prefer to fight boredom without relying too heavily on TV, tablets, or screen time. With a little creative thinking, you can plan screen-free educational activities and science experiments that your kids will enjoy. Using the lesson plans listed in this resource, you can spark your child’s interests in science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics, even while social distancing at home.

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