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Radish Kids

Raddish, a for-kids cooking subscription service, is currently offering free recipes, activities, and an at-home camp curriculum. Additionally, it will be giving away 25,000 free cooking kits over the next few weeks to kids between the ages of 4 and 14! Find out more here.

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HippoCampus

Children of middle school age and older can access more than 7,000 free videos across 13 subjects with HippoCampus. The best part? It’s always free. Find out more here.

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National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Kids is free and chock-full of fun videos, games, and information about animals and nature. While it doesn’t fulfill any lessons or curriculum requirements or come with worksheets, it is the type of entertainment that is legitimately informative. Find out more here.

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iCivics

iCivics works to ensure every student in America receives a quality and engaging civic education and graduates from high school well prepared and enthusiastic for citizenship. Find out more here.

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Ok Go Sandbox

OK Go Sandbox is an online resource for educators that uses OK Go’s music videos as starting points for integrated guided inquiry challenges allowing students to explore various STEAM concepts. Find out more here.

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America’s Test Kitchen Kids

America’s Test Kitchen Kids has made their entire site completely free for everyone. Kids will love the colorful site and its plentiful selection of recipes, projects, and cooking lessons. Find out more here.

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Les Mills on Demand: Born to Move

When it comes to learning a whole lot of cool moves from dance, martial arts and yoga this class is the way to go. Please click here to find out more.

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Scholastic Learn at Home

Day-by-day projects to keep students reading, thinking, and growing. Click here for more!

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Latino Art Museum Women’s History Exhibition Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of the Latino Art Museum’s 16th annual Women’s History exhibition here.

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Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari

The Cincinnati Zoo is is broadcasting a “home Safari” with a different animal every weekday. You can catch the safaris live on Facebook at 3 p.m. Eastern or watch back episodes on the zoo’s website. (Thank You Wired Women for sharing this)

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