Create and Learn is sponsoring some fun online classes with NASA Experts. If your kids love space, these are worth checking out. In October there is a class about collecting asteroid rock. November’s class is all about life on Mars and the Mars rover. January’s class is with Dr. Marc Rayman, the Chief of ScienceContinue reading “FREE Online Classes with NASA Experts”
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is offering free distance learning programs for students this year. Programs typically last 30 minutes and require pre-registration. These monthly events have listed age ranges, as well as both morning and afternoon (ET) options.
For October, CIRCLE’s teen and tween book clubs will be reading Split by Swati Avashti and The First Rule of Punk by Celia C. Perez. Our monthly book discussions are meant for teens (ages 13+) and t(w)eens (ages 10+, teens welcome). Your adults are welcome to join in to help facilitate discussions where needed. TeenContinue reading “October Online Book Clubs”
The Museum of Fine Arts Boston wants to help educators learn about the world of art and through art. They have set up a program where anyone can request, FREE of charge, to have artwork around a central theme or subject sent to them: MFA Art Finders. Just fill out the form with all ofContinue reading “MFA Art Finders”
Banned Books Week is September 26-October 2. We celebrate this week as a celebration of the right to read. There are several events scheduled, many of which are virtual events. You can also find many resources at the site.
Preservations Hall Lessons is working to “engage learners in music arts to protect, preserve, and perpetuate New Orleans music and culture.” With dedication to fostering community and intergenerational learning experiences, they have put together FREE lessons, for use by parents and educators, developed by master practitioners. Check out some of these lessons on jazz andContinue reading “Preservation Hall FREE Lessons”
For September, CIRCLE’s teen and tween book clubs will be reading Warcross by Marie Lu and The Goldfish Boy by Lisa Thompson. Our monthly book discussions are meant for teens (ages 13+) and t(w)eens (ages 10+, teens welcome). Your adults are welcome to join in to help facilitate discussions where needed. Teen Book club selectionsContinue reading “September Online Book Clubs”
Storyline Online, a free online site, “streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.” The platform is available 24 hours a day and includes supplemental curriculum for parents and educators. Storyline Online is sponsored by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation and is funded by donations. The site is a great way to experienceContinue reading “Storyline Online”
This Friday through Sunday, join SEA (Secular Eclectic Academic) Homeschoolers for a FREE Online Conference Series. Check out the schedule here. It includes virtual vendor booths and presentations about various topics. Then register for the conference here.
Check out some of these FREE virtual visits at the New England Aquarium! You can go on a mini-tour, learn about octopus toys, meet various animals, and more – all from the comfort of your own home. All of the videos are posted online to view at your convenience and range from a few minutesContinue reading “FREE Virtual Visits with the New England Aquarium”