With more than 124,000 school closures around the country affecting over 55 million students, National Geographic has consolidated its wealth of learning tools into a one-stop resource for parents and teachers of kids K-12.
NatGeo@Home is an online hub for learning and education resources provided by National Geographic. From fun activities like quizzes, podcasts and videos to science experiments, and even at-home classroom resources, there’s plenty available to keep your kids entertained during the quarantine. Plus, it’s free while schools are closed though that’s subject to change when schools reopen.
“Juggling your work life and your kid’s school life is hard enough. When those two worlds collide, as they have for so many families, it adds so many layers of challenges,” said Rachel Buchholz, editor in chief and vice president of National Geographic Kids. “That’s why our goal here is to keep kids of all ages educated, entertained, and inspired, helping them become global stewards of the future.”
The website has three categories full of activities, each indicating a level of K-12:
Full of simple day-to-day plans for your K-12 kids. Find activities teachers use—and apply them at home. This section features a range of resources from things like daily live videos with scientists and adventurers, to biology lessons from older students.
Find tips and videos on how to keep your kids social while social distancing, as well as how to talk to them about coronavirus in an age-appropriate way. Plus hands-on activities to do as a family.
The perfect source for funny videos, personality quizzes, coloring pages, and a Try This! section – Examine, test, and observe scientific research right at home. Get ready to take science to the extreme!
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