The Washington Post has an ultimate parent's guide to activities for kids which they update as needed. Usually Post articles are behind a paywall, but because it's related to the pandemic, you should be able to access this resource for free. Check out the article here.
MoMA Online Art Courses
A lot of arts and cultural organizations are offering activities, streaming shows, and other resources freely during this time. Here's an article which details some of the offerings of the Museum of Modern Art
Free Art eBooks
Are you interested in learning more about fine art? The Guggenheim Museum is offering over 200 free exhibition catalogs available to download. An exhibition catalog is a book published for each art show presented at a museum. Find more information here.
Make a Pop-Up Book!
Just a fun little thing to do to pass the time. Make your own pop-up book. Find the instructions here.
Web Comics- Free!
School Library Journal has curated a list of free web comics that you lovers of graphic novels might really like. No log in or registration needed and all web-based, so no app or download needed either. Check out the list here with links to each comic. 🙂
Peanuts Coloring Sheets
I've posted a number of science resources for one of the science teachers today, but to close, I'll post something fun 🙂 If you love Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang, you can now find downloadable coloring sheets on the Peanuts website. CLICK HERE for the coloring sheets!
Author Dav Pilkey Drawing Online!
Anyone who likes books by author Dav Pilkey, Captain Underpants and Dogman, might be interested in his online drawing class on Friday mornings. Here's the article about this with more information. Here's the article about this. Here's the direct link to the Library of Congress page with the first drawing video with Dav Pilkey. Here's …
Brain Pop Online Learning
Hello Olmsted Families--I have a great resource to share with you for varying grade levels that has student-centered videos, quizzes and games on various subjects and topics. Perhaps your child has already heard of, and used some of the Brain Pop resources. The company has made all their resources free for families (and teachers) during …