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Adult:

These Free Online Resources Tell the Story of 9/11 and Its Aftermath

NYC Latino 9-11 Collecting Initiative | National Museum of American History

Muslims and Islamophobia in the 9/11 Era

On 9/11, a Flotilla of Ferries, Yachts and Tugboats Evacuated 500,000 People Away From Ground Zero

Thirty-One Smithsonian Artifacts That Tell the Story of 9/11

A Lesser-Known Photo of an Iconic 9/11 Moment Brings Shades of Gray to the Day's Memory

Sign Your Students Up for a Natural History Crash Course This Fall

The Day I Decided Not to Collect: A Curator's View of Ground Zero

Collecting in the wake of Hurricane Katrina | National Museum of American History

Why did the Smithsonian collect a handwritten note from September 11, 2001?

Introducing Information Literacy Collections in Learning Lab – Smithsonian Libraries / Unbound

http://a.msn.com/0E/en-us/AAO8VOb?ocid=se

Our Shared Future: Reckoning with Our Racial Past Forum

Stories About Race | Our Shared Future: Reckoning With Our Racial Past

Race in America | At the Smithsonian

Americans - A Dialogue Toolkit for Educators

Glossary List | Our Shared Future: Reckoning With Our Racial Past

https://audubon.stagecoachdigital.com/web-view/1590553?emci=f29f711b-a505-ec11-b563-501ac57bf4cb&emdi=4f90c0aa-a605-ec11-b563-501ac57bf4cb&ceid=3498666

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/NYSDEC/bulletins/2ee6262

The earliest photos of America will amaze you

Collections :: Present History: Extension Activities

Back to School with 33 Tales of Campus Life

 

Family:

Stories of September 11 | National Museum of American History

Hidden Stories, Hidden Voices | National Museum of American History

September 11: Bearing Witness to History - National Museum

Seven 9/11 Memorials to Visit Across the United States

Current Exhibitions

https://audubon.stagecoachdigital.com/web-view/1592016?emci=b0ec0b17-6412-ec11-981f-501ac57ba3ed&emdi=2608d253-8e14-ec11-981f-501ac57ba3ed&ceid=3498666

Collections :: Caretakers: Music Match Activity

Recreating Ben Franklin's Magical Picture Teacher's Overview

https://www.si.edu/sites/default/files/unit/access/MammalsYoga.pdf

https://learninglab.si.edu/org/race-oursharedfuture

Collections :: Culturally Reflective Teaching in the Museum

What is CNN 10?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctqYMkEyM_I

Collections :: Caretakers: Music Match Activity

I Saw Your Light and it was Shining: Imaginative Sight

Five things to know about Little Golden Books

Watch What Happens When A Coral Reef Can't Get Enough Oxygen

Digital Jigsaw Puzzles – Smithsonian Libraries / Unbound

Where’d You Get Those Eyes? The Folklore of Pandas

 

Teen/Tween:

The Post Office on Church Street: A 9/11 Story

The Curator's Challenge: Life in a Post-September 11 World

Section VI: September 11 and Its Aftermath

Fun Stuff for Kids and Teens

Do it for the 'gram: Exploring Smithsonian augmented reality on Instagram Stories

#ColorOurCollections 2018

https://learninglab.si.edu/cabinet/file/402e31e6-fe38-49d7-b580-d909ef60b64b/si_awesome-adventures_fossil.pdf

For Kids: Create an Illuminated Design | Freer Gallery of Art & Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

https://learninglab.si.edu/collections/caretakers-music-match-activity/pd3x920EKFNifTa4

2020 National Youth Summit on Teen Resistance to Systemic Racism

HIRSHHORN KIDS at Home - Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden | Smithsonian

Collections :: Descubra Meet the Science Expert

The science behind nature's patterns | Smithsonian TweenTribune

Is quicksand real? | Smithsonian TweenTribune

Why does rain have such a distinctive smell?

Create a Solar-Powered Invention | Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation

HowStuffWorks - Learn How Everything Works!

Collections :: Engineering Flight

Pick Your Plate! A Global Guide to Nutrition

 

Children:

Try This!

Heroes of 9/11

Remembering September 11

Fun Stuff for Kids and Teens

Meet the Animals | Smithsonian's National Zoo

Collections :: Activity Collection: ArtBots!

National Geographic Kids

20 Educational Websites for Kids That are Free and Fun - CES Schools

Weird But True! Shorts

Passport to Space

How Things Work

Penguin Protection | Smithsonian Science Education Center

Make Your Own Binoculars!

20 Educational Websites for Kids That are Free and Fun - CES Schools

For Kids - Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden | Smithsonian

Tami's Tower: Let's Think About Engineering | Smithsonian Science Education Center

Let's Make and Play: No Place Like Home

National Geographic Kids

PBS KIDS

Collections :: MAKE IT: A World in a Box

National Geographic Kids

Audubon for Kids | Nature Activities, DIY, Lessons for Home | Audubon

PBS KIDS

Write America: A Reading for Our Country

A live weekly series featuring award-winning, nationally renowned authors and emerging writers

 

Protect yourself against COVID-19 scams

Click here for update from the Federal Trade Comission

DIY Face Mask

 

KANOPY

Thousands of movies, documentaries and more available to Quogue Library cardholders. 

Suffolk Cooperative Library System: Libraries at Home

Keep busy at home with these links and resources for learners of all ages.
Check back often - page updates daily

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County

Community education agency

SKYPE

Online chat app

ZOOM

Webinar app

 

Home and Family Resources from Microsoft

Outdoor Focused

Quogue Wildlife Refuge

Peconic Land Trust

Long Island Grown: Changing Tides in Marine Farming

Long Island Grown Series

NYSDEC

Marine Science in the Morning: Sea Turtle Hatchling Orientation Indexing

NY Marine Rescue: Current Programs

National Groundwater Awareness Week 2021

Nature Activities - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation

 

Center for Environmental Education & Discovery
 

Gardens as Sources of Resilience - Smithsonian Gardens

 

National Geographic Archives

 

Amazing Bridges of the World

 

Fairytale-like places that bloom in springtime

 

15 Panoramic Webcams That Let You Virtually Travel the World

 

Virtual Tour the Most Famous Tulip Garden in the Netherlands

 

Virtual Tour National Parks

 

Explore Zoos and Aquariums

 

University of Washington Campus Webcam Quad & Cherry Blossoms

 

15 Things You Can Do to Help Keep Oceans Clean

 

Bee Diversity in New York

 

How to Celebrate Earth Day While Staying Home During COVID-19

Take a Virtual Tour of the World’s Cherry Blossoms

New York Audubon, Birds of New York State

 

Connecticut Audubon Live Osprey Cam

 

Outdoor Meditation

 

Enjoy the Ocean from Home

#AdventureAtHome

The Top Ten Ocean Stories of 2020

The Female Scientist Who Discovered the Basics of Climate Science—and Was Forgotten By History

The Arts

Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center virtual events

 

Parrish Art Museum

 

East End Arts Online Classes

 

Rites of Spring Classical Musical Festival Online Classes

Google Arts & Culture

National Theatre Home

 

Royal Opera House

 

The Metropolitan Opera

 

NPR

Museums

Smithsonian

The world's largest museumeducation, and research complex


Museum of Modern Art

View exhibits, listen to audios and explore free online courses

Metropolitan Museum of Art 

Virtually tour museum, explore videos and audios

New Museum

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 

The Frick Collection

Virtual tours, digital library, and video library

Virtual Tours of Landmarks and Museums

Digital Collections

Library of Congress

 

#ColorOurCollections

Spooky Space Sounds

 

Heritage on the Edge

 

The Watercolour World

 

The Newberry

 

Rome Reborn

 

Virtual Archaeology Museum

 

Zoo Cams

Atlanta Zoo

 

Cumbria Wildlife Trust

 

Dublin Zoo

 

Edinburgh Zoo

 

Houston Zoo

 

Kansas City Zoo

 

San Diego Zoo

 

Wildlife Conservation Society

 

Zoos Victoria

For Adults

New York Times Magazine

 

Meet Your Next Favorite Book

 

10 Books That Will Take You on Real-Life Adventures

FPA Great Decisions 2020

Brendan Ryan's Book Review

New York Times

Recommended reads

Virtual Museum Exhibits, Symphonies and Operas

PBS programming & online content

House Beautiful DIY Projects

Letters of Recommendation, New York Times Magazine

 

New York Times Weekly Book List

 

Good Reads from Author, Lisa Jewel

 

The 28 Most Anticipated Mysteries and Thrillers of 2020

 

Favorite Comfort Reads

 

New & Noteworthy, From Walt Whitman to Harry Houdini

The Ten Best Books About Food of 2020

The Ten Best Books About Travel of 2020

These Conservation Stories Prove 2020 Was Not All Bad News

Lexile-Leveled Women's History Articles

Meet the Female Inventor Behind Mass-Market Paper Bags

A self-taught engineer, Margaret Knight bagged a valuable patent, at a time when few women held intellectual property.

Girl Scouting Was Once Segregated

Though the Girl Scouts of the USA initially declared itself a space for all girls, the reality was different for girls of color.

How Women Broke Into the Male-Dominated World of Cartoons and Illustrations

These women broke down barriers to pursue a career in a predominantly male-centered field.

It’s Way Too Hard to Find Statues of Notable Women in the U.S.

Only a handful of the country’s sculptures honor women.

Graphic Novel Writes the Wright Brothers’ Sister Back Into History

Four students journey back to the birth of aviation in The Wrong Wrights.

 

Mental Health

Manage Anxiety & Stress, from the CDC

Coronavirus Anxiety: 4 Ways to Cope with Fear, from PsychCentral 

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

 

 

 

 

Women's History for Kids Books

National Geographic Kids

Women's History Month

Current Issue - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation

Nature Activities - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation

 

New & Noteworthy Kids' Books

Children's Books Books

Best Sellers: Children's Books Books

https://pbskids.org/games/

PBS KIDS for Parents Activity Finder

Independent Play

Bumper Ducks

The Ten Best Children's Books of 2020

 

Projects with the Seneca Park Zoo

Tween Tribune

 

Imagine That! Virtual Art Education for Teens

 

Storytime from Space

 

Top 25 Books that Teach Kids to Care About the Environment

 

Maintaining the Long Island Aquarium's 20,000g Reef

 

Long Island Science Center Online Classes
 

Quogue School Online Resources
 

Suffolk Cornell Cooperative Parenting Tips Podcast

 

20 indoor activities for kids

Teen Tribune

Hosted by the Smithsonian Institute

American Museum of Natural History Museum of Natural History

Learn-at-home resources for families and students, as well as grade-specific educator guides and activity sets based on latest exhibitions

National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) 

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)

TEPSA

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.

Khan Academy

K-12/Math, Science, Engineering, ELA, SEL

Lessons, videos and activities 

 

Starfall

Gr. K-3

ELA, Math, Phonemic Awareness, Sight words

 

 

Great Minds

Free, daily recorded lessons in the following GM curricula:

  • K-12 Eureka Math (Math)

  • K-8 Wit & Wisdom (ELA)

  • 3-5 PhD Science (Science)

 

 

Scholastic Learning From Home

Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing

 

Zearn

Online math lessons and practice aligned to math units

National Inventors Hall of Fame STEM Guide

At home STEM learning resources

 

 

Social/Emotional Learning 

Cosmic Kids

Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids

 

Mind Yeti

Digital library designed to help kids and their adults calm their minds, focus their attention, and connect better to the world around them.

Wonder of Science

Paul Andersen and other science teachers implementing the Next Generation Science Standards* (NGSS)

 

 

STEAM

Scratch

Free online coding tool to create stories, games, animations and more. Grades 3-8

Scratch Jr. 

Free app for young children (ages 5-7). Program their own interactive stories, games, learn to solve problems, design projects, and express themselves creatively

 

TinkerCAD

Free online collection of 3D creation tools that help people think, create and make

 

Code.org

Free online collection of games and activities to learn coding

The Wild Side of STEAM

Smithsonian Science How

Communication Is Key: National History Day 2021

COVID-19 Related for Children

Play it safe: What kids should know about the coronavirus outbreak

 

How to talk to children about COVID-19

 

NYS Education Department coronavirus resources

 

Comics for Good

Comic series on COVID-19, along with free print-outs and coloring pages. There are translations of the comics in multiple languages as well. 

National Association of School Psychologists, a parent resource for talking to children about COVID-19. The CDC also offers a similar guide for parents, school staff and others working with children.

NPR editor Malaka Gharib created a COVID-19 web comic based on interviews that education reporter Cory Turner conducted with several experts. Users can also download a zine version of the comic.

PBS Kids offers some de-stressing activities that familes can engage in together, to help manage the stress associated with widespread illness.

Free webinar on the coronavirus (COVID-19) for youth and adolescents