Books available to read online - these are in the public domain and are mostly older titles due to copyright laws.
It's been around for years, but Free Rice has expanded the game categories and still gives rice to the UN World Food Program for each correct answer.
Great for vocab!
Invent a way to start a smile or show someone your appreciation during COVID-19. Contest runs till June 1st.
Free Zoom webinar through MRC. Requires registration for access code. email Nicole Broquet at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 4th to register.
Free 10 week course promoting critical and creative thinking
virtual volunteer work with the Library of Congress' historical documents
Create a 10 - 20 step process at the end of which a bar of soap is dropped into someone's hand. Upload your video to the website. See the short video for info.
View online or download STEM challenges.
Caitlin Tucker, teacher and Google Certififed Innovater, offers ideas for non-screen time home learning, scroll down to see menu after the blog post.
Lots of resources here - take a look!
From National Geographic, scroll down to see
From the New York Times, words must be at least 4 letters, including the center letter. Letters can be used more than once. New games released daily.
Many online resources available, including Rosetta Stone for language learning.
Log in with your library card to access.
Streaming audio books - free!
Short 1-2 hour classes, free but requires registration. This week is big cats.
STEM projects from 4-H
Recreate famous works of art with household items. Scroll down to the bottom to see specifics. These are really funny!
Dav Pilkey at home
Drawing with Mo!