Free online activities

  • ABCya.com: Practice math and reading skills while playing fun games.
  • AYearOfManyFirsts.blogspot.com: Get educational ideas.
  • EntertainKidsOnADime.com: Sign up to read the blog for a list of 100 activities to do at home with kids.
  • FromABCsToACTs.com: Offers links to educational websites for kids, including Make Me Genius, The Magic School Bus, Cool Math, The KIDZ Page, NGAkids Art Zone, BBC History for Kids, Steve Spangler Science, Mission US, The Happy Scientist, Youngzine, Fuel the Brain, Mr. Nussbaum, Exploratorium, Turtle Diary, e-Learning for Kids, Sesame Street, Fun Fonix, Tvokids, The Story Starter, NASA Kids’ Club, Crypto Club, Earthquakes for Kids, Smithsonian Learning, Study Jams and more.
  • FunBrain.com: Play games while practicing math and reading skills.
  • HighlightsKids.com: Read, play games and conduct cool science experiments.
  • Kids.NationalGeographic.com: Learn all about geography and fascinating animals.
  • MOSI: Visit Facebook.com/MOSIinMotionTampa, Facebook.com/mositampa or MOSI’s Instagram page (@mosi_tampa): Live videos of 15-minutes of demo/hands-on activities and ideas about various concepts, along with “Field trip Fridays.”
  • PBSKids.org: Hang out with your favorite characters while learning.
  • Reading.ecb.org: Click on “Get into the book” to play games that practice reading strategies.
  • Retro Fitness will live-stream free daily classes on Facebook Live. Tune into the free home workouts at 6 p.m.
  • ScaryMommy.com/astronauts-story-time-in-space-kids-books/: Watch astronauts reading stories from space.
  • Seussville.com: Read, play games, and hang out with Dr. Seuss and his friends.
  • Smore.com/wfg8d: Tools, tips and info to support eLearning news for Pasco County parents.
  • StarFall.com: Practice your phonic skills with these read-along stories.
  • StorylineOnline.net: Have some of your favorite stories read to you by movie stars.
  • SwitcherooZoo.com: Watch, listen and play games to learn about amazing animals.
  • The Boca Raton Museum of Art is launching new virtual educational and enriching. experiences online and through its social media channels. A special series, “Keep Kids Smart with Art,” will be available to help parents and children who are home from school. Visit the museum website, BocaMuseum.org, or social media channels: @bocamuseum or #BocaMuseumAtHome, for updates. “Being inspired and creative have not been canceled,” according to the museum’s website.
  • The Florida Aquarium has launched SEA-SPAN Facebook Live, so guests can still ‘visit’ the aquarium. To watch live, check out the Aquarium’s Facebook page at 10 a.m., to be entertained and educated from your own home. Sessions also will be posted to FLaquarium.org and on YouTube, so the shows can be watched on demand.
  • Tinyurl.com/toxrwnn: More than 60 math sites are listed that can provide standards-based math curricula, practice activities and games, assessment tools and instructive insights, and professional development.
  • Tinyurl.com/rq8uhf3: NASA has made its entire media library publicly accessible, and copyright free.
  • VirtualSchoolActivities.com: A collection of sites to live webcams, virtual tours/trips, and other miscellaneous fun academic sites, including the Atlanta Zoo, the British Museum London, the Great Wall of China 360, Library Science Center: New Jersey, National Museum of Natural History: Smithsonian, National Park Service Virtual Tours, Spy Museum, Wolf Conservation Center, and much more.
  • Washingtonian.com: Search “Mo Willems.” Willems, author of “Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus,” “Knuffle Bunny,” and the “Elephant and Piggy” series, will host a livestream “Lunchdoodle” video every weekday at 1 p.m. Videos can be viewed at Kennedy-Center.org/education/mo-willems/.

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