Educational Resources for School-Age Children

COVID -19 Resource for Parents, Families, and Educators from the California State PTA.   Just because your kids are away from school doesn’t mean learning has to end. And it doesn’t mean that you have to turn your living room into an all-day classroom, either. If you have internet access, the following websites will provide your kids with hours of self-directed educational activities, games, videos, and lessons that can help them stay busy, engaged, and entertained.
Internet For All Now via the California Department of Education website.  The California Emerging Technology Fund has provided access to affordable offers, as well as a number to call 1-844-841-INFO (4636) to assist parents.  This site has a table that contains special offers extended by various providers throughout the state. 
Distance Learning: “Keep Calm and Structure On: How to manage emotions and build structure at home during COVID-19”  includes offering a FREE 3-video series with free PDF tools
Teaching Mama offers sensory play, crafts, and printables that are searchable by age
Center for Parent Information and Resources 
Offers the following resources: Guidance from the US Department of Education, COVID-19 info in other languages; telecommuting technology and tips; schooling at home; and coping tips and other useful info
Amazing Educational Resources 
In-home educational activities (Early Childhood – High School)
The Cheese Chat  
A comprehensive list of entertainment for the whole family, museums, live webcams, adult learning, kid’s learning, fitness & health, service providers & much more! 
Scholastic Learn at Home Projects to keep kids reading, thinking and growing. (Pre K – 9th grade)
Typing club 
Learn how to type
Fun activities for babies up to middle school.
PBS daily activities and tips to help kids play and learn at home
Lunch Doodles with Mo Williams are release daily videos that encourage learners to draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing. 
Virtual Farm Tours While You’re Stuck at Home offers three different age-targeted tours.
California State Parks is offering K-12 students broadcast-style home learning programs from various park locations across the state. These broadcasts require pre-registration.