This fall most of our school districts are allowing parents to choose distance learning from home or to go into the classroom. This is a debate I’m not getting into. I will say this once:
Whatever choice you make for your children is the best choice!
We have enough to discuss whether you are keeping your children at home or sending them to school. I’ve talked to several moms who don’t have a choice but to send their kids to school and other moms who are figuring out how to find work spaces for everyone in the family.
I’m the type of mom who is going to help my sons with their learning wherever they learn, using additional resources, tools, and aids – so this list was already brewing for me.
Below I’m sharing some of the tools that have worked for me to make distance learning easier this fall!
I have items by category and there is a mixture of items for younger and older children alike. I’m going to constantly update this list as we go along – so you may want to bookmark this page so that you can refer to it at any time! I also created it in a downloadable format so you can save it on your desktop. I’m really trying to make this as easy as I can for you.
Here are some great resources both free and discounted! I will update this list as I receive new items – so check back for updates!
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Outschool Use this link to get $20 off – that’s probably 2 free classes depending on the class
We Are Teachers K-5 resources for learning at home
Codeverse Learn to code from anywhere! Virtual Sessions, game development, build an app, coding kit – ages 6-13, $50 off your first month!
Reading and Writing
Virtual Field Trips
Bluprint Classes on crafting, cooking, art, etc.
Dollar Tree If you need supplies for teaching or fun activities!
Outdoors and Exercise
Have any other resources you really love? Share them below and I’ll add them!