Free Online Resources for Homeschooling During Coronavirus

During this time when parents are having to homeschool their children, it's hard to find the tools needed. WNCTIMES is searching for sites that provide free help online. Take a look below:                           

Ed Helper:                                     

Daily Free Learning Workbooks for Teachers to Share with Parents while Schools are Closed - Kids will actually do these!
By: edHelper Staff Updated: Mar 25, 2020
 
Does anyone else feel like the world's current situation sounds like a short story written by a first-grader? First, there was a bad virus, COVID-19. Next, the world ran out of toilet paper. Finally, nobody had to go to school, and all the parents had to stay home from work. They printed homeschool worksheets and tried to help their kids learn. As unrealistic as this sounds, this is the current reality. So what do you do next? How can you help your child during these uncertain times? Here are a few resources and suggestions that may help you navigate the next few weeks at home.
 
Kidlit TV
 
Free, easy science for remote learning
To help educators during this time of coronavirus, we have pulled our most popular science lessons and are offering them for anyone to use for free. No account or login is needed. Copy and paste the links below into your documents and use them however they might be helpful! Mystery Science is the creator of the most popular science lessons in U.S. schools. We’ve curated this starter set of science lessons that you can use remotely or share with parents. If you need more lessons than what is listed below, you can sign up up for a free account:
Teacher Sign-up for Full Lessons  |   Parent Sign-up for Mini-Lessons
All of the lessons below are expertly designed to engage students, achieve learning outcomes, and be easy for teachers to use. We have short mini-lessons that are completely digital and full lessons that include an activity. All of the activities are designed to use simple supplies a parent will likely already have at home.
 
 
Mystery Science
 
Free, easy science for remote learning
 
To help educators during this time of coronavirus, we have pulled our most popular science lessons and are offering them for anyone to use for free. No account or login is needed. Copy and paste the links below into your documents and use them however they might be helpful! Mystery Science is the creator of the most popular science lessons in U.S. schools. We’ve curated this starter set of science lessons that you can use remotely or share with parents. If you need more lessons than what is listed below, you can sign up up for a free account:
 
Teacher Sign-up for Full Lessons  |   Parent Sign-up for Mini-Lessons
 
All of the lessons below are expertly designed to engage students, achieve learning outcomes, and be easy for teachers to use. We have short mini-lessons that are completely digital and full lessons that include an activity. All of the activities are designed to use simple supplies a parent will likely already have at home.
 
 
 
 

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