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Online Resources during COVID-19

Learning doesn't always need to be in a classroom. There are countless online resources to help students explore the world around them, while engaging in new and fun experiences. 

Minnesota Resources

Minnesota History Center - Explore History at Home online. The History Center supports teachers and students with distance learning resources.

Walker Art Center - Explore themes and artworks in the Living Collections Catalogue and contemporary issues on the Walker Reader.

Educational Resources

School Choice Week has a list of educational resources for parents. During COVID-19 some resources have waived participation fees.

Walkabouts is allowing free access through September 2020 with username: TeacherFree and password: walkabouts.

Sesame Street offers videos and printable activities.

Vizzle is designed for learners on the autism spectrum and offers a free trial.

Scholastic has provided parents with a free resource for 20 days of at-home learning.

Project Gutenberg offers free eBooks.

For older students, Zinc Learning Labs is offering free service through July 2020.

Minecraft's free Education Edition allows students to learn while in the virtual world of Minecraft.

Duolingo is a free language-learning app that can help language learners keep their skills sharp.