Book Lovers Unite…Online!
Enjoy these activities and resources for kids all from the comfort of your home!
- All educators registered on Epic can provide their students remote access to the Epic library for free through the end of the school year. Follow this link for details and how to sign up.
- Did you know there’s an awesome playlist on YouTube of over 80 children’s book authors doing readings? We have storytime covered.
- Worried your children or students won’t have enough educationally stimulating material during this time? This PathFinders reading list includes titles centered on Native American voices and storytelling, and they include quizzes and answer key!
- Take your kids and/or students on a global adventure…online! These 12 museums have online guided tours for FREE.
- “Reading Through it Together” by Brightly is a fantastic collection of resources and activities for parents navigating work-from-home, and childcare all at the same time.
- What about the kids out there with science minds? Science Kids has everything from free experiment instructions, games, quizzes, and more…all online! This website also includes branches for Math and English.
- Children’s book creators have felt a call-to-action with everything going on. Check out what some of them are doing in light of this at-home transitional period.
- The Nonfiction Minute is a great resource for keeping kids engaged with meaningful and educational content even as they are away from school.
- KidLitTV is an excellent resource for staying up to date on new books, finding crafts & activities, and many other helpful things for parents!
- This article publishing by The New York Times highlights how some children’s books are starting to answer kids’ questions about COVID-19
We will continue to update this list as more resources and activities become available to us, so be sure to check back periodically. There is also a whole publisher resources page!