This a growing resource that will change as more resources are made available. To suggest a resource email [email protected]
ListenUp Vermont: Download eBooks and audiobooks with your Library card. (Your username is your library card numbers, with no space, and the password attached to your Library account. If you need help accessing, email [email protected])
Open eBooks: A free personal library containing thousands of popular and award-winning titles (works on iOS and Android). Email [email protected] for your family’s unique login information. Collections include Elementary, Middle School, High School, and All Ages.
Red Apple Reading: Red Apple Reading helps kids become successful readers with a unique reading program that gets results. Lessons come to life with loveable characters, wholesome storylines, and engaging activities! (There are a limited number of subscriptions available and are on a first-requested, first-served basis, with a limit of one per household.)
Junior Library Guild is offering free access to the online platform.
Audible is providing free audiobooks.
Free eBooks about the Coronavirus to help children understand what is happening.
Weekday Live Stream with Mr. John and Friends: Planning to do Live music for toddlers/preschoolers in the mornings at 9:30am CS for 2 weeks!
Storyline Online: Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.
Storytime from Space: The Global Space Education Project sent children’s books to the International Space Station to be read by astronauts.
KidLit TV: A virtual library of FREE read aloud, drawing & writing tutorials, podcasts, art activities + reading resources for kids.
Authors reading, drawing, and sharing (opens a google doc with information)
McHarper Manor: Online art classes for elementary age kids. Streaming daily with supply lists for projects.
Seattle Symphony live-streaming performances.
Ms. Meyer’s Come Draw with Me: Online drawing classes for kids.
Google Arts & Culture: Google Arts & Culture teamed up with over 2500 museums and galleries around the world to bring anyone and everyone virtual tours and online exhibits of some of the most famous museums around the world.
The San Diego Zoo: a website just for kids with amazing videos, activities, and games.
Yellowstone National Park Virtual Field Trip: Mud Volcano, Mammoth Hot Springs, and so much more. Tour Yellowstone National Park.
Mars: Explore the surface of Mars on the Curiosity Rover.
- Live Cams at the San Diego Zoo
- Monterey Bay Aquarium live cams
- Panda Cam at Zoo Atlanta
- 6 Animal Cams at Houston Zoo
- Georgia Aquarium has Jellyfish, Beluga Whales, and more
Farm Food 360: Virtual tours of farms from minks, pigs, and cows, to apples and eggs.
US Space and Rocket Center: See the Saturn 5 Rocket and more.
Discover Education Virtual Field Trips: Including field trips to see Polar Bears and the Tundra, Social Emotional Skills, STEM subjects, and manufacturing.
The Louvre: Travel to Paris, France to see amazing works of art at The Louvre with this virtual field trip.
The Great Wall of China: Take a tour.
Boston Children’s Museum: Explore all 3 floors of the Boston Children’s Museum.
Universal Class: Free online classes! (Only available to Rockingham Library cardholders) Over 500 online classes with real teachers and virtual classrooms.
Learning Express: Learn something new today. School, career, test prep, and more!
Vermont Online Library: Find accurate reference information here for everything to meet student needs to small business and more. Access is free to Vermont residents, when you go to the site, allow it to use your location.
Scholastic: Free curriculum for PreK – 6th.
STEM: Free lessons for K-12
Skype a Scientist: Check out the awesome lineup! Mostly scheduled from 12-2 eastern time. BATS! POOP! FARTS! SNAKES! WHALES! SPACE!!! You really cannot go wrong.
Hour of Code: Computer Science through play.
Mystery Science has made their most popular science lessons free for anyone to use. Lessons are expertly designed to engage students, achieve learning outcomes, and be easy for teachers to use. Short mini-lessons are completely digital. Full lessons include an activity designed to use simple supplies a parent will likely already have at home. K-5