Satisfy your curiosity and stay engaged with our curated list of links for reading, math, science and more! Be sure to check in periodically for updates and additions.
This one really defies description – except that it’s creative, addictive and hilarious all at the same time. Dust off your opera music hat and get busy “composing” (and recording!) masterpieces of your very own with Blob Opera from Google Arts & Culture.
Who doesn’t love going on an adventure with Jack and Annie? Magic Tree House Home Adventures features your favorite brother and sister duo battling warriors across time, getting swept up by nature’s forces, coming face to face with animals in strange lands, and so much more! Check out special videos from Mary Pope Osborne, reading challenges, activities, craft ideas, Family Trivia Night…the list goes on and on.
What better time to dive deep into the world of Harry Potter! Whether you are new to the books or a devoted fan, Google Arts & Culture, working with the British Library, takes you into the Harry Potter exhibition where you can explore the many stories behind the the story.
Go on a virtual safari by visiting some great animal cams. The San Diego Zoo has lots of animals to choose from (tip, the penguins are always active!)
Need a little music to break up the day? Look no further. Grammy nominated musician Justin Roberts has a song for any occasion. His fun, dance inspiring melodies combine with sometimes poignant, often laugh-out-loud lyrics to create music that the entire family will enjoy. (A favorite of Mrs. Barth!)
Don’t let travel restrictions stop you from seeing some amazing sights at our very own U.S. National Parks. The Hidden World of the National Parks features five parks you can visit and get expert tours with local guides – all from the comfort of your home.
Hooda Math – Students can practice their newly-learned or long-time favorite math skills with these fun math games.
Math Game Time offers free and fun math resources (games, tutorial videos & practice worksheets) that appeal to many different grade levels (Pre-K to 7th grade) and many different interests. They cover a variety of concepts and skills, ranging from basic addition and subtraction skills to solving complex equations and graphing.
50 Experiments for 50 Days with Steve Spangler’s Science Team – Steve Spangler is a best-selling author, educator and Emmy award-winning television host who finds the most creative ways to make science fun.
National Geographic Kids has tons of fun resources to let you explore all sorts of things in this amazing world around us.