• Arts and Fun Websites


    Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is showcasing a different animal each day for a “home safari”.  The keepers are extremely informative and include a cute at-home activity at the end!




    Many of your students will recognize these videos from class.  They are great step-by-step guides for drawing almost anything.  Pro Tip: Pause the video so your student can catch up!




    NASA has created a series of videos that allow you to virtually tour the International Space Station with the astronauts on board!




    Brooke Brown on the blog teachoutsidethebox.com has graciously released access to her at-home “maker stations”.  These activities use items found around your house in a variety of STEAM activities!


    bit.ly/freemakerstations (copy and paste this link in your browser)


    One of our favorite artists and authors Mo Willems is hosting Lunch Doodles with Mo, check back for a new doodle every day at 10am!




    National Geographic Kids is a great and safe way for your child to explore all kinds of topics from animals to space.  The gorgeous pictures and kid friendly layout make this a great resource for your student to let their curiosity run wild!




    This website is a collection of stories being read aloud by various celebrities!  A great way for your child to still get their reading in, even if you don’t have a large variety of books at home!





    If your student is into video games and computers this site is for you.  Code.org provides free tutorials and activities on computer coding, designed for coders of all ages and ability levels!