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At-Home Learning for Grades K-3

COVID-19 Information for At-Home Learning

Educational Opportunities for Kids in Kindergarten-Grade 3

With K-12 schools currently closed, parents and guardians may be looking for ways to help enhance their children’s learning during this time at home. The following resources* provide learning opportunities for kids in the kindergarten-grade 3 age range:

  • All Kids Network – Activities and printable items, such as coloring pages, mazes, worksheets and more.
  • Art for Kids Hub – Art lessons for kids of all ages.
  • Bedtime Math – Math activities with supplies you may have around the house.
  • Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government – Learn all about the U.S. government.
  • Chrome Music Lab – Play music right from your computer.
  • Cosmic Kids Yoga – Yoga with stories for ages 3 and older.
  • InfOhio – A digital library of resources for Ohio's preK-12 students.
    • Additional resources from InfOhio:
      • BookFLIX develops students’ literacy skills with classic video storybooks paired with related nonfiction e-books.
      • The Early World of Learning offers students in grades K-3 narrated stories, interactive reading games, leveled reading practice, and an online encyclopedia.
      • World Book Kids, explore the world with this encyclopedia for children ages 5-8. Also includes fun online activities and science experiments for parents and children to conduct together.
  • EdHelper – Worksheets and activities free for students in grades K-6 while students are out of school.
  • GoNoodle – Games to get your little ones moving while learning.
  • Have Fun Teaching Relief Packs – Worksheets, activities, videos, and more for students in preK-5.
  • Khan Academy – Instructional videos and exercises for students of all ages in a variety of subjects.
  • Let's Keep Reading – Check out this list of authors, illustrators, artists, and others who are providing activities for kids during ordered school closures.
  • Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems – Join popular children’s author Mo Willems for Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems.
  • #metkids – The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s website made for, with, and by kids! Take a time machine to explore works from more than 5,000 years of art years.
  • Mystery Science – Free science lessons for students in grades 1-5.
  • NASA Kids’ Club – Games and information about NASA and its missions that support STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) learning
  • National Geographic Kids – Explore the world! Learn about amazing animals, the United States, Native Americans, outer space and more.
  • NeoK12 – Educational games and videos.
  • Ohio Digital Library – Check out and download e-books! Read aloud to each other, read silently, or take turns reading to each other.
  • Ohio’s Learning Standards – These learning standards explain the knowledge and skills Ohio’s students in prekindergarten through grade 12 need to know and be able to do.
  • OhioMeansJobs.com – What do you want to be when you grow up? Students of all ages can start exploring careers, play games, watch videos, and more.
  • PBSkids.org – Games, interactive activities, and more.
  • Read Aloud with Todd Parr – Author and illustrator Todd Parr reads some of his books for children, including “The Kindness Book” and “It’s Hard to Say Goodbye.”
  • Scholastic Learn at Home – Stories, videos, and learning activities. 
  • Statistics in Schools (SIS) program – Learn about the 2020 Census with activities and videos.
  • Super Teacher Worksheets – Free worksheets for kids on a variety of subjects.
  • TEDEd  –  Educational and entertaining videos on a variety of topics, including the arts, health, science, social studies, technology, and more.
  • Worksheet Fun – Free printables for math.
  • YouTube Learning – Educational videos for students of all ages.

* Links are provided as a courtesy. Contents of each site are the property, thoughts and opinions of their respective owners.

For answers to your COVID-19 questions, call 1-833-4ASKODH (1-833-427-5634).

If you or a loved one are experiencing anxiety related to the coronavirus pandemic, help is available. Call the Disaster Distress Helpline at 1.800.985.5990 (1.800.846.8517 TTY), connect with a trained counselor through the Ohio Crisis Text Line – text the keyword “4HOPE” to 741 741, or call the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services help line at 1.877.275.6364 to find resources in your community.  

Medium.com: The Best 20 Websites Where You Can Learn Science For Free: https://medium.com/@mashster/the-best-20-websites-where-you-can-learn-science-for-free-715c4e7db79d.

Ohio Department of Education: Family and Community Support Toolbox:


Over 30 Virtual Field Trips with Links: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SvIdgTx9djKO6SjyvPDsoGlkgE3iExmi3qh2KRRku_w/preview?fbclid=IwAR3gpqIMy-ZT_C-AHMKluL45Rak8QH2UBt7wUXTrynhgXM08salOwJMyzpw&pru=AAABcQi6hjw*N71SBHujaJhjXNM3goD7-A.

Open Culture: 200 Free Kids Educational Resources: Video Lessons, Apps, Books, Websites & More: http://www.openculture.com/free_k-12_educational_resources.

Travel + Leisure: Stuck at Home? These 12 Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours You Can Take on Your Couch: https://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/museums-galleries/museums-with-virtual-tours.

Today.com: How to Homeschool During the Coronavirus Crisis with Free Resources:


Prevention Info-graphic

  • Stay home when you are sick
  • Avoid contact with people who are sick
  • Get adequate sleep and eat well-balanced meals
  • Wash hands often with water and soap (20 seconds or longer)
  • Dry hands with a clean towel or air dry your hands
  • Cover your mouth with a tissue or sleeve when coughing or sneezing
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth with unwashed hands or after touching surfaces
  • Clean and disinfect "High-Touch" surfaces often
  • Call before visiting your doctor
  • Practice good hygiene habits 

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