Quarantine Activities–Education

How to Support Student Learning at Home via the Kansas Parent Information Resource Center

Tips for getting started with virtual learning via Literacy Network of Kansas

Supporting All Learners: Resources for Families and Caregivers of Children with Special Needs via TASN Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports

Scholastic: Learn at Home

Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus via NPR

Large List of Educational Resources– I’m talking BIG! You could spend all day here! Being updated daily!

At home activities and curriculum via Educational Insights

The Mailbox School & District Edition is a teacher-created, editor-reviewed resource in print and online.  Resources include worksheets, crafts, forms, songs, games, graphic organizers and more for Pre-K to grade 6.

Looking for fun and educational resources, activities, discussion guides, teacher guides and more to share with children of all ages?  From fiction to non-fiction, STEM books to graphic novels, book publishers have created a wealth of content to support educators, librarians, booksellers, parents, and caregivers. Compiled here are links to various publisher’s websites where you can find these free resources.

The Minecraft Marketplace will be updated to offer a new “Education” category, which will feature downloadable worlds with lessons on biology, fractions and even a virtual tour of Washington, D.C.


KiwiCo suggested schedule printable and DIY STEAM activities for time at home

Printables from AWE Learning for Pre-Readers and Early Learning

ACT Prep

From Time Magazine, Time for Kids & Your $ digital library is free through July 31