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Safe and Educational Online Resources for Your Child

Here are some suggestions to keep your child engaged with learning while at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

1. ABCMouse – online learning content for kids 3-8+ years of age. Provided by the company Age of Learning. District or school leaders can visit www.ageoflearning.com/schoolsto obtain free in-home access to ABCMouse and other programs for their students. For more information, see their media advisory.

2. Recommendations for the whole family by Common Sense Media, a nonprofit dedicated to online safety of minors:

Ø Media recommendations for entertainment Age-appropriate media suggestions to keep the whole family engaged

· Best Music Apps and Games for Kids

· New Kids' TV Shows

· 50 Books All Kids Should Read Before Th ey're 12

· Best Family Movies

· Common Sense Selections highlighting the best movies and TV s hows

· Sibling Watch-Together TV

o Best Documentaries for Kids and Families

Ø Resources for at-home learning Tools to help parents and caregivers keep kids focused and learning at home.

· 17 Apps to Help Kids Stay Focused

· Apps That Act Like Math and Science Tutors for Homework Help

· Free Educational Apps, Games, and Websites

· Top Time-Management Apps

Ø Stress-management resources

· When everything feels overwhelming, check out tips for taking in rapidly changing news.

· De-stress together with meditation apps for kid s and families.

· Get the blood flowing and elevate the mood with these 25 dance games (you might need to buy a special control from Amazon).

· Apps, websites, and video games that inspire runn ing, jumping, and more to stay active.

For more, visit: commonsensemedia.orgor commonsense.org/education