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‘Free for Now’ Resources for Online Learning

During this crisis, vendors are stepping up to ensure that you and your kids can keep learning while at home. Explore this “Free for Now” resource list. Wyoming residents can also check out GoWYLD.net and log in with a library card.

Activities

These resources are free for a limited time, but Wyoming residents have access to online learning tools all the time through Chilton's Library, Teacher Reference Center, and more on GoWYLD.net with their public library or community college library card.

KidLit at Home: New, free, online homeschooling resource brings together the best video content from around the web created for kids by diverse children's book authors and illustrators.

Explore the Wyoming State Archives digital resources at your fingertips

National Archives Education: Elementary Age At-Home Activities

Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems: mini drawing workshop each day at 11 am (MT) brought to you by The Kennedy Center

Stimola Live: Stimola Live is a website of live stream events for kids, tweens, and teens by professional authors and illustrators represented by Stimola Literary Studio

Jarrett Krosozcka: Every weekday at 2pm ET for at least the next few weeks, I'll host free webcasts for you and your kiddos.

Kate Messner has collected a list of “learning-at-home” resources from authors and illustrators that includes read-alouds, writing and drawing lessons, and research links, “all free & copyright friendly!”

Parents! Smart Fun for Kids: Here are some great ideas from the Library of Congress' Center for Learning, Literacy and Engagement staff for everyone at the house.

Resources from Charlesbridge Publishing

Citizen Science Activities with https://scistarter.org/SciStarter

International SPY Museum: Teachers, parents, or anyone looking for activities to engage children at home, shake up your curriculum with FREE downloadable lesson plans, resources & activities from SPY!

Girls Who Code at Home: We will release activities weekly — some online, some offline, of varying levels of difficulty—over the course of the next few months. Each activity will include a feature of a woman in tech who pioneered innovative technology.

25 Makerspace Projects for Kids (Makerspace.com)

P.E. with Joe: Live from his home in London, Wicks live-streams child-friendly workouts every weekday morning and posts recordings on his YouTube channel.

Vision Maker Media: Free collection of online resources for you and your family to keep you connected.

Sphero is proud to offer you complimentary access to a new Computer Science Foundations Course 1 theme of eight lessons every two weeks. These lessons can be accessed through the Sphero Edu app on any device.

 

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