Oxford University Press has a free teaching resources page, which includes among other things, English grammar exercises, word spelling, synonyms challenges.
The Imperial War Museum (IMW) in London, has teaching resources about Victory in Europe Day (VE Day) and World War II:
The United Nations has a free resource page dedicated to sustainable development goals. The materials, which include, stories, videos, a board game and lesson plans, are designed for adults and youth alike.
Project Gutenburg is a library of 60 000 classical free eBooks that you can download, using your laptop or mobile. It is a large collection of free public domains books so they are not subject to copyright or other domains restrictions. Project Gutenberg eBooks are classical books published before 1924.
Toys R Us has a resource page and it is offering among others things, digital coloring, printable activities, videos and DIY (do it yourself) play idea.
Resources for Teachers The American Bar Association has a resource page for teachers with lessons plans on basic understanding of the law. The lessons plans are designed for elementary, middle school and high school students. Enjoy 🙂 Information From a Librarian 🙂
Guinness World Records has an online section for kids. You will be able to find activities to do at home, see pictures, videos and read stories from Guinness World Records participants. Enjoy 🙂 Information From a Librarian 🙂
The three websites are reference sources for kids projects and research. The trustworthy information are summarized, consolidated and synthesized so kids could easily understand various topics and used them for their school projects
United States Census Bureau:
A glimpse of Science Museums in the United States and around the word. The links will take you directly to their learning -stuck – at home resource page: