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Harvard: A Guide to COVID-19 and Early Childhood Development

In this guide, the Center on the Developing Child has gathered a number of resources and recommendations to help you through this challenging time. This guide pulls together information on COVID-19, what it means for child development, and easy-to-share resources that can help parents and caregivers, as well as child care providers, pediatricians, and others who work with families. Find out more here.

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National Summer Learning Assoc.

NSLA’s vision is that every child, regardless of zip code, grows and thrives every summer. Find out more here.

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Pasadena Museum of History

Visit the mansion, museum & research library dedicated to preserving & sharing the history, art, and culture of Pasadena area. Find out more here.

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Make a Pocket Solar System

With Carnegie Observatories

Understand the relative scale of the Solar System from the Sun to Pluto by creating your own Pocket Solar System just follow these directions. [Pocket Solar System Lesson] After you finish this project you can other great resources on their website at: http://cosmology.carnegiescience.edu/

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Games, Learn, Chinese

Who said learning vocabulary is the most boring thing when learning a language? Enjoy our tested and proven games to complement your Chinese course, and learn over 5,000 words. Find out more here.

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Digital Dialects

Free and fun French games for kids and language learners with audio. Learn French online with vocabulary and phrase lists and beginner practice games. Find out more here.

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Engaging Every Student: Dual Immersion Spanish Resources

Spanish language resources can help build proficiency incredibly fast…painlessly and joyfully. Have fun exploring these wonderful resources for building Spanish language skills for all ages! Find out more here.

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The Weather Channel

A great option for school-age kids, The Weather Channel’s website has a dozen or so science-based videos that touch on concepts such as rainbows, jet streams, and how tides work. Find out more here.

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Time for Kids

Have children in kindergarten through sixth grade? Time For Kids announced its releasing free editions of all of its magazines while kids are home from school. Additionally, its publication Your $, which teaches kids financial literary, is also available online. Find out more here.

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State of Kid

Little ones under the age of 5 can take free virtual classes through State of Kid. Choose from Zumbini With Vivi, Jam With Jamie, or State of Sing. The class offerings will be updated each week, so check back to see what’s new. Find out more here.

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