The Best Digital Teaching Resources

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For Parents

Keeping your kids happy and productive all day might seem overwhelming. These free online resources and activities can help!
To start, check out my blog post It includes links to live drawing lessons with famous artists, free online coding camps, and games that teach kids important 21st century skills.
Here are a few of the resources linked in the article:
Learn to Read: and
Learn to Code: and
Play Digital literacy Skills Games: and
Gamify World Language Learning: or
Practice Financial Literacy:
Go Behind the Scenes at Movie Studios: and
Learn to Draw with Famous Artists:

If you are looking to add some structure to your lives, check out the newsletter put out by and/or the with a new set of educational activities posted each day.

Regular livestream events for kids:

, a famed children's book illustrator and artist, posts daily drawing lessons for kids of all ages.
is a great website here kids can listen to famous celebrities reading picture books. also reads a picture book live on Twitter each night at 7pm ET. Other celebrities post nightly reads on the account in Instagram.
hosts a live "Home Safari" show for kids every weekday at 3 pm ET. Each show features a different animal in the zoo (and includes and at-home activity for kids).
is a virtual science show wherein a featured scientists talks to kids, explains their work, and answers questions.
will go live every weekday at 2pm to meet kids and answer their questions.
NPR of virtual concerts.
For an updated list of free livestream events, check out this amazing.

Safe websites where kids can play games, learn, and have fun:

Finally, check out the resources sorted in the tabs on the left. A few of the ed tech tools require students/parents to sign up through their school district, but the vast majority of the linked resources are free for everyone.

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