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NMOST listings of activities:
American Library Association: Fighting 'COVID Slide': STEM Activities for Kids to Do at Home
American Institutes for Research (AIR): Building Positive Conditions for Learning at Home: Strategies and Resources for Families and Caregivers
Good Housekeeping: How to Homeschool During the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (Parents who already teach at home offer tips on how to make the transition work.)
Free Curricula and Classes:
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
Afterschool Alliance - Bringing STEM learning home during Social Distancing
Asombro Institute: Science at Home - Explore the links for videos and activities that you can do at home. “Asombro” is the Spanish word for “wonder,” which is exactly what the Asombro Institute’s programs bring to the thousands of children and adults who participate each year. Asombro is located near Las Cruces.
CodeWizards is offering Free classes!
Cultivating Coders is offering Free online coding workshops for anyone interested (ages 9 - 99)
Girls Who Code has launched Girls Who Code at Home with free, downloadable activities. They are also offering access to their free Girls Who Code Clubs curriculum. Click here to apply. You do not need to enroll students or launch a Club. This will simply grant access the full curriculum and to prepare in advance if you decide to move forward once clubs are back in session. In the application, please indicate that you want to launch both 3-5th and 6-12th grade Clubs to gain access to both curricula.
Explora is posting information and activities daily through their website and social media outlets:
Math Snacks is loaded with games that help teach math and math concepts.
Mystery Science - School Closure Planning
Nature Conservancy's Nature Works Everywhere Resources, Lesson Plans & Videos
Nature Matters Academy - NM local. Sign up for the newsletter for free activities.
New Mexico Game and Fish: New Mexco Game and Fish has been posting activities for children and youth that follow an online curriculum. Go here for more information.
New Mexico State University STEM Outreach Center - resources for families.
Northern New Mexico Steam Hub
PBS: 161 science documentaries for at-home learning here.
ST Math - Product is available for free until June 30th
STEM Career Coalition: On this site you can explore different profiles of people who are using the skills they learned in school to become the kind of problem solvers that make a difference. Portal HERE
STEM Enrichment Activities Suitable for Inclusion with Grab and Go Meals (English & Spanish):
Health and Wellness
Alliance for a Healthier Generation: Listing of Covid-19 resources for parents & caregivers here. Fitness videos, talking to kids about Coronavirus, healthy at home toolkit, etc.
Lifeology: Easy to understand, science-backed courses accessible by anyone from anywhere! Lifeology courses engage lay audiences in health-related science and research via fun, accessible and visual content. Course List
NDI New Mexico is posting dance videos to their NDI YouTube Channel to help keep children and famlies active at home.
Social and Emotional Learning at Home
The YMCA is offering on-demand video exercise classes for all ages.
Free e-Book sources:
Scholastics Learn at Home website
Spanish Children's Stories: For well known children's stories translated into Spanish and spoken by a native Spanish speaker, go here
4-H at Home: Check out fun, educational activities for kids and teens while they're home from school. HERE
Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Water Authority: With local kids on lockdown and quite possibly looking for things to do, the Water Authority reminds parents and teachers that the Water Authority's website includes a section dedicated to providing educational resources for students of all ages.
Gifted and Talented Enrichment Support Materials: Kentucky Association for Gifted Education - Material for grades K-12
Lakeshore Learning (Printable worksheets)
PBS is a great source of educational materials and activities, including PBS Kids: lots of great videos and educational games for children. You can also sign up for their daily newsletter to keep on top of available options.
APS At-Home Resources: For a list of other sites and resources, go here.
APS Chromebook checkouts - APS is checking out Chromebooks to families who don't have a computer at home, starting with high school students.
APS YouTube Channel - educational programs will be posted on the APS YouTube Channel starting April 6th.
APS & PBS are teaming up to stream video content in the morning (8 am – noon) on PBS (Channel 5.1), starting April 6th.
Please see the link below and share widely, aimed at grades K-5
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Tuesday & Thursday
Capitan Municipal Schools: The Internet is bursting with more information than we can possibly comb through in a lifetime. To help you sort through the mountains of information out there in cyber-space,The Capitan Municipal Schools have provided links to some of their favorite websites. They have found these to have educational value and to be safe, secure, and reliable for children to use. Resources for Parents, Students and Teachers
Education sites offering free subscriptions: A number of education sites are offering free subscriptions during this time.
Free streaming and other on-line options:
NM Thrives and the Center for Non-profit Excellence is compiling a list of resources here.
Partnership for Community Action - resource listing, including activities for home, with some each in English & Spanish
The Walking Classroom: Acces 26 FREE educational podcasts for learning at home.