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What to do during a COVID-19 school closure? ( websites, teaching sites, free access)

My children are beyond the age of having to be entertained. As a matter of fact, they should be entertaining me. So my family will be flatting the curve by making dinner, cleaning up, and even painting the kitchen. Don't worry. I'm sure they will love it after finishing their online classwork.

With all the information being touted far and wide, I wanted to put together a list of online resources to be used while you and your family members are at home practicing social distancing.

I will add to the list as things come in.


Adirondack Resources: 
The Wild Center  - Check out behind the scene footage with animal experts
Eagle Island:  Home activities
New York State Park Virtual Tours

Art
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems
Virtual Museum Tours: Check out these 12 tours
Smithsonian 
Louve: Virtual Tour
The MET 360 Project  Virtual Tour

Educational Resources
Champlain Valley Educational Resources
Outschool: $100/family
Scholastic Learn at Home: Free online classes
Khan Academy
Ted-Ed
Adobe Creative Cl…

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