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The current outbreak of coronavirus has sparked global anxiety and widespread closure of schools. Parents are now finding ways to smoothly transition kids into at-home and educate them at home. If you are like those parents, settle in, WonderLives has put together many links that can be a lifeline, at least for the immediate future. A great way is to quietly entertain kids and have it be educational. The goal is to keep kids busy and learning while allowing you to get other things done. Some of the following activities will create a different learning environment for your kids. So get ready to sink in-

  1. Scholastic has created a free learn-from-home site with 20+ days of learning and activities. You can choose a grade level at the bottom of the page:

Teaching Remotely for Grades K – 12 | Free Resources and Strategies

  1. This is the awesome free curriculum that we recommend. Everything from preschool activities to 12th grade is here!

Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool 

  1. Math Games till 5th Grade : SplashLearn – Fun Math Practice Games for Kindergarten to Grade 5
  1. List of thinking games by grade: 

Thinking Games

Funbrain: Games, Videos, and Books for Kids

  1. Pretend to travel the world..Go on a virtual tour of these 12 famous museums.

12 Museums From Around the World That You Can Visit Virtually | Travel + Leisure

Learning should not stop even if the school’s out. In the coming weeks, Wonderlives will be sharing many useful resources, youtube channels etc. so that your little ones can keep learning. 

In our next post we will be sharing a list of online resources that will help your kids to upgrade themselves without killing their crucial time during Coronavirus break. So, stay tuned with WonderLives. See ya!

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