The COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges for families across the country. The closing of schools has required school-age children to remain at home in an effort to promote social distancing. That leaves parents struggling to find ways to support the educational needs and development of their children. We're anticipating our area school districts will provide distance-learning programs and resources to help students continue their education while at home. However, we've compiled this list of resources to help parents who are looking for activities, programs and emotional guidance for their children during this tumultuous time.


Mindfulness resources for teens

Emotional ABCs

UN News: Talking to your children about Coronavirus

PBS: 10 tips for talking to your kids about COVID-19

PBS Kids: How to talk to your kids about COVID-19

Online Learning

Scholastic Learn At Home Program - All grades

Mystery Science - K through 5th grade

Mo Willems Lunch Doodles


GoNoodle - movement videos

Free Art Lessons

TedEd@home - TedEx for at-home education

Full TedEd lineup

Virtual Museum Tours

Virtual Field Trips

Learn a new language

Publix - cooking classes