RESOURCES TO HELP STAVE OFF BOREDOM AND CABIN FEVER.
This is a challenging time for not only our community, but our state, country and world. With closures of both community resources and schools already in place and potentially needing to shelter in place, we’ve put together this list of resources you can access though your computer.
There are sites specifically for child and adult education, downloadable books, movies, fascinating YouTube channels, TV and audios, craft ideas and more.
If you’ve discovered any additional resources you’d like to share with our community, email your suggestion to email@example.com, feel free to add an introduction we could share. Please begin your email subject line with “WEB_ …” and a short description.
9R School District – Updates & News
9R Remote Meals Request, Weekly deadline 5pm on Friday
U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention :
Talking With Children
Tips to keep children healthy while school’s out
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HAND WASHING:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
20 Seconds Hand washing Song | Baby Shark Hand Washing | @Baby Shark Official
Hand Washing Songs: A 20 Second Scrub-A-DubWash Your Hands Song | Music for Kids | The Singing Walrus
The Top 5 Hand Washing Songs!
Wash, wash, wash your Hands | Healthy Habits Song | Kids Songs and Nursery Rhymes Little Angel
The Handwashing Song
COLORADO STATE LIBRARY‘s Online Collection
Extra Stay-cation Resources
Colorado State University Libraries, Collections and Archives
(Michael Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg, invented eBooks in 1971)
OPEN LIBRARY – Internet Archive is a non-profit library
https://openlibrary.org/ and https://archive.org
GOODREADS’ FREE SHELVES (established in 2007)
MANY BOOKS (established in 2004)
INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S DIGITAL LIBRARY
Online educational companies offering free subscriptions: https://kidsactivitiesblog.com
Internet Archive – free movies, TV programs, downloadable books, etc. – https://archive.org/details/television
Virtual Tours of 30 World-Class Museums, 2 Million Works of Fine Art – http://www.openculture.com
300,000 free downloadable books from the New York Public Library – https://www.nypl.org/about/remote-resources
ANCESTRY.COM, (by local request)
FREE access to search nearly 500 million records and images on Ancestry, from nearly 300 different collections, including ship passenger and crew lists, naturalization and citizenship records, immigration records, and key military collections such as WWI and WWII draft cards. https://blogs.ancestry.com
Internet Sacred Text Archive, (by local request) – http://www.sacred-texts.com/
How to make a cardboard geodome: My Incredible Recipes – Facebook
The Dad Lab’s Sensory box game – https://www.weareteachers.com/brain-breaks-for-kids
50 Brain Breaks Kids Will Love – Brain breaks and lots of other resources such as printable worksheets, etc. – https://www.weareteachers.com/brain-breaks-for-kids
Cincinnati Zoo Livestream – each day they will feature a different animal.
Cinncinnati Zoo – Home Safari, YouTube videos
Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology (Alberta, Canada) – Speakers Series
Benjamin Burger Paleontologist, Utah State University
University of California Television (UCTV)
Perspectives on Ocean Sciences
Roadside Geology of Washington – Geological Sciences
Nick Zenter explores the fascinating geology around Washington State.
Also Nick Zentner’s most excellent downtown lecture series – Courtesy of Central Washington University Due to COVID-19 we now have Nick At Home, live lectures from Nick’s home at 6pm Pacific time.
YouTube’s SciShow – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZYTClx2T1of7BRZ86-8fow
SciShow podcast! –http://www.scishowtangents.org
Doodle with Mo Willems – https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/
Clickspring – for people who like machines, tinkering, and tools. – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCworsKCR-Sx6R6-BnIjS2MA
The Engines of Our Ingenuity – https://www.uh.edu/engines/
If you’d like to comment on any of our resources, or recommend others, we’d like to hear from you, email: firstname.lastname@example.org