Please enjoy these resources for Parents with Young Kids at Home curated by Tamisha Williams Consulting.
Guidance on Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Remote Education: Centering equity, access, and educational justice
Webinar: Resilience for Parents and Caregivers from Bright Morning Consulting
The Institute for Social and Emotional Learning’s resource list to support SEL during distance learning.
It Takes a Virtual Village: How a community can entertain and educate kids in the age of social distancing.
Take Care of Yourself Ideas compiled by The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Community Resources for Families compiled by The Center for Civic Engagement at Lick-Wilmerding High School
Bay Area COVID-19 Community Resources compiled by Freedom Family Clinics (Spanish version linked)
Community Resource Board from #PashFam
Wide Open School: a free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids curated by the editors at Common Sense.
Protective measures during Covid-19: quick tips from an organization committed to protecting children from sexual abuse and predators
Age-based guidelines from Enough Is Enough: nonprofit dedicated to making the internet safe for children and families
The best-selling illustrator, Wendy MacNaughton, keeping kids busy with #drawtogether.
Lunch doodles with Mo Willems, the Kennedy Center Education Artist-in-Residence at Home
KidLit TV – Ready, Set, Draw video lessons featuring children’s books
Jarrett Lerner has a “Finish the Comic” series; the comic is incomplete for you to add your own drawings to it.
Debbie Ridpath Ohi has curated a YouTube channel with picture book read-alouds and activities for kids.
Flamingo Rampant Storytime: feminist, racially-diverse, LGBTQ positive children’s books.
LeVar Burton Reads: Children’s books on Monday mornings.
Instagram accounts with ideas on activities to do with toddlers:
The Epic Scavenger Hunt Challenge 10 scavenger hunt photo-taking clues for each day of the week.
The Bug Chicks Learn about our work studying bugs all over the world.
K-8 activities for homes lacking tech/internet access that are NOT worksheets. (5 languages)
Pencil and Paper Games http://www.papg.com/index.html
Free virtual storytimes and drawing lessons, music classes and performances compiled by Common Sense Media
Simple Activities for Children and Adolescents curated by The National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Sesame Street made their e-books free (scroll to the bottom of the page)
Mad Libs: An interactive story that you add words to.