Hello everyone, Khan Academy is an American non-profit that provides Free online courses, lessons and practices, in multiple languages. Among others things, we can find resources in Math, Sciences, Art and Humanities, Reading and Language Art as well in Computer Programming for Prek-12th grades.
Hello everyone, Anne Frank House has educational resources about Anne Frank, antisemitism, the Holocaust World War II that you will be able to find through the links below: Digital lessons available in English, Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese A Fair Play Game Stories Videos (The Short Life of Anne Frank available in different languages e.g. Arabic,Continue reading “Anne Frank House: Educational Resources”
PBS has an online platform dedicated to: “Smithsonian resources for Teaching and Learning”. The Free resources, designed to all grades, include among others things: Interdisciplinary resources (History, culture, Sciences, Art and Culture) Current issues of local and global pertinence (Talking about Race, Secrets of the Sea, etc.) Signature Smithsonian Programs (with lesson plans, videos, etc.).Continue reading “Smithsonian: Free Resources for teaching and learning”
The Smithsonian has instigate a new national project, “Vaccines & US: Cultural Organizations for Community Health”, which will provide individuals with accessible, reliable information about vaccines.
Hello everyone, Resources available on the net about international/global relations as well as foreign policies: Readings : Britannica Kids, Tales from a small Planet Affordable /virtual programs AMP global Youth Trustworthy websites : 1. The Young Initiative on Foreign Affairs and International Relations (IFAIR) 2. the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs YouthContinue reading “Foreign Policies for teens”
by The Library of Congress The Library of Congress has a page dedicated to America’s story. In which you can: Meet Incredible Americans Go Back in Time Explore the 51 states Discover America’s favorite activities See, Hear and sing from America’s past Wishing you all a wonderful and safe week 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 Information from a LibrarianContinue reading “America’s Story”
Good morning all, It’s been a while.. the Exploratorium has a page dedicated to Pi (π) activities and events. I encourage you all to follow the link (above) and have a look at the dedicated page. Wishing you all a wonderful and safe week 🤖🤖🤖 Information from a Librarian 🌸🌺
Hello everyone 🙂 The Fabric and Workshop Museum (FWM) has a page dedicated to @Home resources which includes among others, community projects( e.g. masks creation), tutorials and resources for students and educators(e.g. Quarantine Prints Playlist) as well as Artists interviews. I hope the resources could be of any use… Information from a Librarian 🌸🌺
Good Morning, The Louvre Museum has a page dedicated to free educational resources for Kids. The resources includes: Tales of the museum Summer stories An online Gallery to explore from Home The materials could be an added value to any Art lesson plan… Wishing you all a wonderful and safe week-end 🎨🎨🎨 Information from aContinue reading “Louvre : Educational resources for kids”