Since we are mostly unable to travel far because of the pandemic right now, the Smithsonian has made their series Arial America free. You can find the full episodes on their YouTube channel here. Check out all the other playlists the Smithsonian has here.
I probably posted about this site before, when the weather wasn't as nice as it is starting to be (this week in the 70's!) but I thought I'd post again about Go Noodle. It's a site devoted to physical activity for kids and even though I personally haven't used it, it looks very worthwhile. Check …
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.
Another arts organization is offering nightly streaming of their operas, on their website. The selection changes regular and can be found at their site. Check it out here.
Ever since I watched the moon landing when I was very small (yeah, I'm *that* old), I've had a special interest in NASA, astronauts, space, and the universe. I love seeing photos, movies, video, and stories about all of the above. Now NASA has created a home page just for families to explore their vast …
I posted about Storyline way back when we first started instruction from home. I thought I'd re-post it in case you forgot about it. Lots of actors reading books aloud for kids. Check it out here.
Sterling Publishing has a YouTube channel where various authors read aloud from their books. There's quite a selection with new videos being added each week. Check it out here.
Check out these totally free, kid-friendly videos on all kinds of subjects (just for fun) (and over 4,500 of them) on The Kid Should See This website (for curious kids). CLICK HERE to get started (no sign up--just click on a video).
Seems like there's a lot of authors out there reading and speaking online. It's great how we can hear their words and see them to understand their writing better. I love hearing what they have to say. I hope you do too. A fellow librarian shared this with our department today 🙂 CLICK HERE for …
Disney and The Lion King are offering a free kids online theater course. I know you may feel overwhelmed right now, but trying something new and fun might help sustain you. Here's more information on the course.