As we all work together to get through the current crisis, many individuals and organizations are putting together amazing offers for homeschoolers. Here are some of our favorites!

Children’s Book Read-Alouds on Social Media

Don’t miss these opportunities to see your favorite authors reading their books aloud to kids throughout the world.

100 Daily Writing Tips from Brave Writer

If you need a resource to help keep your kids writing each day, Julie Bogart of Brave Writer is offering this 144 page PDF for free. You’ll find daily writing prompts for all ages.

Monterey Bay Aquarium

Experience the aquarium from home with web cams that allow you to check in on sharks, sea otters, penguins and more.

Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems

Each weekday at 1 pm ET beloved children’s book author and illustrator Mo Willems invites you into his studio for creative inspiration. Grab your paper, markers, crayons, or pencils for a fun time of writing and creating.

Other Goose by Erin Loechner

Other Goose, a preschool program for kids ages 2 to 7, is offering three weeks of their program free for families affected by COVID-19. You’ll create an online profile for each of your children and receive simple daily learning activities and lessons.

MakingMusicFun.Net

To help families unable to access music lessons at this time, this Christian, family-owned business is offering a free Music Academy for homeschoolers available now through April 30th. Kids can access piano lessons at all different levels, print sheet music, learn about composers and more. Login with username MMFMarchApril and password schoolmusic to access the Music Academy for free.

Tour a Dairy Farm from Home with the American Dairy Association

Visit a family farm with these virtual farm tours. You’ll find one tour geared toward preschool & early elementary students, one for late elementary & middle schoolers, and one for high schoolers.

Nightly Opera Streams from Metropolitan Opera

If you would like to introduce your children to opera, now is the perfect time. For as long as they remain closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Metropolitan Opera will offer a free nightly stream of one a different encore presentation of one of the company’s Live in HD series.

Campus Tours

This is an excellent resource for those trying to conduct a college search during the shut down. Search by school name or region to experience interactive virtual tours at colleges and universities throughout the country.

Free Nature Journaling Curriculum from John Muir Laws

Geared toward children ages 8 to 12, this free download integrates art, science, poetry and language arts through games, activities, writing prompts, and step-by-step instructions. This is a great way to jump into nature journaling or help your children grow in their skill at observing and documenting nature.

Tour the Louvre

The Louvre Museum in Paris has a free virtual tour. Definitely check out the Egyptian Antiquities tour if you are studying Ancient Egypt.

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Aimee

Aimee grew up among the cornfields of rural Michigan, where she was captivated by Jesus as a teenager and married her high school sweetheart. Together they moved to New England where they homeschool their two children together. Aimee has a Master's degree in Biblical Languages from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She enjoys exploring new places, reading great stories, and enjoying the outdoors with her family.