Learning Trajectories is a program based at the University of Denver. They provide activities that guide children through successive levels of development in their mathematical thinking.
There are a couple of videos on this page to help teach kids about Covid.
A brief introduction to STEM learning resources from Bright Horizons. This is a good starting place for ideas.
This is a resource center for parents providing research-based background information and teaching tips for early learners. It is provided by The National Association for the Education of Young Children.
PEEP and the Big Wide World is a website provided by WGBH and partner organizations. The site features resources for parents and families to enjoy science and math activities at home.
Education.com provides an extensive library of online resources with many teacher-created activities to help students achieve learning goals.
The Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care, WGBH, and the National Science Foundation provide a collection of activities that parents can do with their young children. It includes language arts and art topics as well as STEM.
TED-Ed provides a curated list of TED talks along with resources to support students and their parents in their learning.