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FREE Live ZOOM video chat tours of Pollock-Krasner House with Education Coordinator Joyce Raimondo Tuesdays and Thursdays March 28 through April 28 For children, teens, and adults.

Have questions, or want to learn about plants and gardening? The Cornell Cooperative Extension is there to answer questions and to help!

TIME for Kids launches a free digital library for the rest of the school year:

The Staller Center is happy to offer you new resources from their very own Instrument Petting Zoo (IPZ). You can also download music education workbooks and create music together at home.

The Children’s Museum of Houston has an extensive database for activities and videos to incorporate into your classroom or experience at home.

The Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program has launched a new Digital Education Initiative! Each week they will be focusing on one specific species or topic and will present a variety of media pieces and corresponding worksheets, lesson guides, and art tutorials that can be utilized by anyone looking to integrate some marine science enrichment into their current home learning routine.

Kidsgardening is offering some fun gardening activities including Plant People, Kitchen Scrap Gardening, Grow Your Own Salad, and Garden Scavenger Hunts.

CEED – Center for Environmental Education and Discovery – is a community-based center that embraces living in harmony with nature and our environment. (Connect to Nature)

Fun Activities and Experiments for At-Home – The Child’s World remains dedicated to educators during these challenging times. To support remote learning, we’ve compiled a collection of our favorite activities and experiments in the hopes these resources will help keep your students engaged and learning. Please feel free to share these resources with educators, parents, and community members who would find the content useful.

Find New York Culture is a searchable directory of New York’s 4600+ museums, libraries, historical societies, science centers, parks, zoos, university art galleries, planetariums, and more. Recommended for teachers, students and families.

KidsCourses presents sing language classes for kids!

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