Remote Learning Resources for Students and Caregivers

With families living, working, and learning under the same roof, things can get stressful. We rounded up resources to help students of all ages to help navigate remote learning.

Activities for Kids

  • Free Educational Apps, Games, and Websites from Common Sense Media
    Whether you are just starting to read or exploring science, students of all ages can learn something new with these kid-friendly resources.

  • Kids’ Zone from National Center for Education Statistics
    The Kids' Zone can help you learn about education, explore schools, and decide on a college. Kids can even play games, take quizzes and build math skills.

  • Curriculum and Resources from Smithsonian Science Education Center
    The SSEC offers free K-12 resources for sustainable development, plants, insects, nutrition, and much more.

  • Game Center from Smithsonian Science Education Center
    These free STEM games and simulations are available online or for download! The games are designed with clear learning objectives, vetted by SSEC’s team of curriculum experts, and used by students around the world.

  • Smithsonian Learning Lab from Smithsonian Science Education Center
    These resources and trainings are here to support caregivers, teachers, and students as they all face new learning challenges.

  • A Limitless World of Learning from
    Explore this learning library full of printable worksheets, lesson plans, games, and activities.

Advice for Caregivers

Consider donating to bring happiness to seriously ill kids stuck in the hospital during this unprecedented time.
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