In-Home Activities for Young Children
Age-by-Age Guide to Screen-Free Activities Your Child Can do with Minimal Supervision
Featuring books on video! Celebrated actors read children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.
Understood (en Español): actividades para entretener los niños en casa.
The Spanish Experiment (en Español): cuentos leídos en voz alta en español.
Simple activities for children and teens
Storytime from space featuring astronauts reading stories from space
Sesame Street – Art Maker lots of fun art-making projects
MESS Early Childhood Curriculum support children’s early science explorations and foster language development, literacy, problem-solving, curiosity and motivation, and general knowledge through science experiences.
Read Aloud Read aloud 15 minutes 21 Day Challenge
All About Young Children provides very specific developmental information by age and learning areas for children from birth through 5 years of age; information is provided in a variety of languages.
Milestone Moments provide excellent developmental milestones by age for young children and suggestions to help your child’s development (En Español)
Pathways is an excellent source of baby’s milestones and how to encourage development.
Zero to Three – Let’s Play provides many videos to support young children’s early learning.
Printables 300,000+ free printable worksheets from toddlers to teens
All Kids Network has crafts, activities, mazes, dot to dot, etc.
Fun Phonics worksheets for kids
Vroom is here to share simple and fun ways to boost learning that doesn’t require more time or money. Vroom tips are always free, flexible, and designed to support you in your daily life. Parents can download the Vroom app or sign up for text reminders through their website.
Stay Play Grow is a free app designed to support parents and caregivers during the coronavirus outbreak and beyond. The app is a one-stop source of quality, trusted resources curated to help families with children 0-5 make the most of their time together. The app offers resources in English and Spanish (under Recursos en Español) on children’s learning and development, including simple activities to help children learn through play at home; self-care strategies; how to get help meeting basic needs including food, shelter, diapers, and more; and health & safety resources, including how to talk to children about the ongoing health pandemic and racial inequality crisis.