Resources and Activities

To assist our employees, their families or anyone looking for things to do while homebound during the pandemic, we've created a library of free online resources provided by many of the nonprofits we work with. Activities include virtual tours, downloadable worksheets, online tutorials, videos and more — all designed to help entertain, educate or inspire people of all ages. We invite you to click through the categories below to dive in and learn more.

Literacy & S.T.E.A.M.

Reading Partners is providing an online repository of expertly crafted literacy tips and resources for families to use in the safety of their own homes.

Activities for pre-K through 8th grade. The First Book Marketplace offers free downloadable family fun activities in English and Spanish.

Find ways to keep your kids busy – and creative – when everyone’s stuck at home.

An e-book containing 20 fun activities including: coloring, connect the dots, spot the difference and more.

Quarter notes with DCC is a new miniseries that features five minute singing lessons on vocal technique, music theory, and sight-reading.

A variety of activity sheets and video lessons for children focused on nature and animals.

Discover millions of authentic digital resources, create content with online tools, and share in the Smithsonian's expansive community of knowledge and learning.

Every weekday at 2:30 p.m. ET on Facebook, Michigan Science Center educators present live science experiments and demos from their Distance Learning studio.

Algebra and Biology lesson plans for high school students that brings to life the human factors of driving such as reaction time and night driving.

9,000+ interactive activities for children ages 2-8. This resource is providing this service free of charge during school closures.

Bazan Ed presents free curriculum and discussion guides to accompany today’s most popular movies.

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra's Educational Concert Series introduces students to classical music. With special hosts and thoughtfully chosen music, these concerts bring kids inside the orchestra.

Free STEAM activity guide as well as lessons that turn any room into a classroom. Go on a virtual field trip of National Inventors Hall of Fame and Museum.

A collection of lesson plans and activities that can be adapted for at-home learning. You’ll find a variety of materials for different grade levels, subjects and levels of independence.

A daily series of lessons and activities built around The Henry Ford's collection themes of: Mobility, Design & Making, Social Transformation, Agriculture & the Environment, Communications & Information Technology and Power & Energy.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights aims to engage communities in reflective dialogue on the underlying human rights content in popular books.

Boys & Girls Club of Brea, Placentia and Yorba Linda present fun facts and information brighten your child’s day in an “after school” environment.

Early childhood educational activities by Starfish Family Services designed to help your child explore, discover, create and grow.

Continue to enjoy science at home through hands-on learning, videos and games.

Fun activities for kids and families to do inside.

Girls Who Code is making computer science educational activities available for download free of charge, to anyone who wants to access them.

Online learning activities for youth of all ages to learn more about marine mammal health, science and conservation.

2020 Spelling Bee word search provided by Ford Fund and local Ford Dealers as part of Kentucky Derby Festival.

A website providing a wide range of informational videos, from arts activities to vocabulary and exercises. .

Educational resources for children, anti-bias education, distance learning, information about how to talk to children about COVID-19, a virtual zoo visit, resources to learn a new language, and resources for teachers.

S.T.E.A.M. program designed for children between 4 and 6 years old. This online series is hosted on YouTube and Facebook.

STEM home learning teaching resources and activities for 5-16 years old including lesson plans, handouts and videos.

Tune in to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Dallas’ Instagram to listen to recordings of staff reading books.

Actividades para tutorías de acompañamiento a las trayectorias escolares en secundaria.

Podcast produced by the Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) to create awareness and stimulate creative thinking to serve the Hispanic community.

The Education Fund is offering free distance learning webinars to help teachers transition from the classroom to teaching remotely.

Online learning resources in the arts for grades K-8. Units focus on different elements of the live performing arts, highlighting the artistry of past and future UMS presentations.

Online music, visual art, writing, and dance programs for youth of all ages and families. Disponible en Español.

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