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View exhibits, listen to audios and explore free online courses
New art & new ideas; Explore the current shows from home with the museum’s audio guide, which includes recordings by artists Peter Saul, Jordan Casteel, and Daiga Grantina, along with New Museum curators
Lexile-Leveled Women's History Articles
A self-taught engineer, Margaret Knight bagged a valuable patent, at a time when few women held intellectual property.
Though the Girl Scouts of the USA initially declared itself a space for all girls, the reality was different for girls of color.
These women broke down barriers to pursue a career in a predominantly male-centered field.
Only a handful of the country’s sculptures honor women.
Four students journey back to the birth of aviation in The Wrong Wrights.
Manage Anxiety & Stress, from the CDC
Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks, from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
COVID-19: Older Adults
The Administration for Community Living (ACL) has a resource page on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), including a printable fact sheet
The CDC offers COVID-19 Guidance for Older Adults
AARP will present a weekly live Coronavirus Information Tele-Town Hall to help answer questions and provide resources for caregivers
For Children, Teens & Families
Top 25 Books that Teach Kids to Care About the Environment
Hosted by the Smithsonian Institute
Learn-at-home resources for families and students, as well as grade-specific educator guides and activity sets based on latest exhibitions
DiMenna Children’s History Museum/New-York Historical Society
Learn about the life stories of a diverse selection of youngsters who lived in NYC from the late 17th through the 20th centuries (Targeted for children ages 8–13)
Printable at-home activity packs designed to provide students with valuable self-directed exercises and practice during extended absences from school.
Nightly live read alouds by beloved authors on TEPSA's Facebook 5:30 pm EST.
K-12/Math, Science, Engineering, ELA, SEL
Lessons, videos and activities
ELA, Math, Phonemic Awareness, Sight words
Free, daily recorded lessons in the following GM curricula:
K-12 Eureka Math (Math)
K-8 Wit & Wisdom (ELA)
3-5 PhD Science (Science)
Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing
Online math lessons and practice aligned to math units
At home STEM learning resources
Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids
Digital library designed to help kids and their adults calm their minds, focus their attention, and connect better to the world around them.
Paul Andersen and other science teachers implementing the Next Generation Science Standards* (NGSS)
Free online coding tool to create stories, games, animations and more. Grades 3-8
Free app for young children (ages 5-7). Program their own interactive stories, games, learn to solve problems, design projects, and express themselves creatively
Free online collection of 3D creation tools that help people think, create and make
Free online collection of games and activities to learn coding
COVID-19 Related for Children
PBS Kids offers some de-stressing activities that familes can engage in together, to help manage the stress associated with widespread illness.