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Kids home from school? Keep them entertained & educated with these resources!
Kids home from school? Keep them entertained & educated with these resources!

You’re homebound and we get it. It can be daunting having to plan around working from a house full of little ones who are also home from school. That’s why we compiled the following list of resources and activities you can use today to educate and entertain your family.

This list will continue to grow - check back every few days to see what’s new!

Sesame Street in Communities: Parents and Child Care Providers! Sesame Street offers a multitude of activities, storybooks, videos, and trainings on their website. They tackle a variety of subjects from Handwashing to Helping Children Handle Change.

Los Angeles Public Library: Explore everything your library card can do today! You can read eBooks, listen to audiobooks, stream select movies, tv shows, music, and more! You can access these and more 24/7 - all you need is your library card number and pin.

PBS AT-Home Learning: The learning can continue at home thanks to a partnership between Los Angeles Unified, PBS Socal | KCET and KLCS-TV who are providing free educational resources to help support learning during school closures. You can find a full lineup separated by Grades Pre-K - 3, Grades PreK-12, and Grades 9-12.

Virtual Museum Tours! Travel + Leisure have put together a number of renowned international museums that are offering virtual tours and exhibits. Some of these include: The British Museum, The Getty Museum, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. and more!

Be informed because #2020Counts: 2020 is an important year and we want to make sure your family’s voice is heard. Share the importance of being counted with your little ones today. Make sure to complete the 2020 Census and after that register to vote for the upcoming US Presidential General Election.

#SaveWithStories!: In an effort to bring a bit of joy to children around the world - and a little break for their parents - a number of celebrity parents are holding story time sessions on social media. For example, on Instagram, visit @SaveWithStories where Jennifer Garner, Natalie Portman, Reese Witherspoon have read a story to their audience. This project is a partnership between Save The Children and No Kid Hungry.

Enjoy “The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark” by Ken Geist and read by Jennifer Garner.

Vroom: Every moment is a brain building moment! Download the app or visit their website for 1,000+ activities that you can do at home during meal time, bath time, cooking time and more along with the brainy science behind each one.

60+ Online Learning Resources! Red Tricycle has put together more online resources that will help keep learning going! From toddler age to teen there is a resource available to you.

Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems: Learn to draw, doodle, and explore new ways of writing by tuning in to Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems every day at 1:00 PM EST for the next few weeks. Best part! You can download the episode's activity page on their website. 

Explore our Strengthening Families Blog for fun activities you can do at home.

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