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The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County offers a myriad of online help, including daily live tutoring from 2:00 pm-11:00 pm, a writing lab with expert online writing assistance, Send a Question, Language Lab live help for language learners, LEAP Learning Platform, a diagnostic test center with customized study plans, lessons, and live tutoring, FlashBulb, where students can create and share flashcards, tests and games, and eParachute, where students can discover college majors and careers that match their skills and interests. Learn how to use Homework Help and Online Tutoring here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2Dx3EPM6lk. Access to content requires a library card to the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
PBS Learning Media offers thousands of free, standards-aligned videos and interactives. Browse by subjects from science and mathematics to engineering and technology, health and physical education, dance, and literature, or browse by grades pre-K to high school. This site offers short videos including, “The Invisible Man: A Plot Summary” to “Solving Quadratic Equations” and several “Real Life Math” videos that show how people use math in their jobs and life every day.
With a Stock Simulator, Investopedia Academy featuring self-paced online courses from expert instructors, and a dictionary of financial terms, Investopedia is a great resource for learning how to teach financial wellness to kids from toddlers to teens, and it also offers tips for instilling this valuable life skill.
Watch and learn about the amazing animals at the Cincinnati Zoo with Facebook Live events.
These virtual field trips for kids will have them gazing at world-class art, learning about history, discovering science, and even checking out what it’s like in outer space.
These virtual field trips will take kids on virtual hikes at U.S. National Parks, to the Great Wall of China, Buckingham Palace, They Pyramids, and the Red Square.
This Facebook community was formed to share educational resources for educators and parents. Recent discussions consisted of “Suggestions for a reluctant 3rd grade reader”, which garnered 189 comments, and “Seeking live interactive content in French for 5th grade, ages 8-11”.
A detailed guide to support your child in remote learning, these tips and tools will help you and your children create a successful academic experience and develop skills for life.
A team of over 25 experts sifts through the millions of blogs on the web to discover and rank popular blogs, podcasts and YouTube channels in several niche categories. The list is updated and re-ranked every few weeks.
With over 45 albums and 1,000 songs, Jack Hartmann’s educational videos help kids learn counting, numbers, reading and language skills, sign language, science, dance, and movement in a variety of musical styles from pop, and hip-hop, to Latin, country and rock.
From the producers of Crash Course, Crash Course kids focuses on grade school science, delving into earth science, physical science, biology, geography, engineering, and astronomy.
Gonoodle provides engaging content for kids of all abilities and interests that inspires them to be active with yoga sessions, mindfulness activities, and dance parties to help them wake up their bodies and engage their minds.
Crash Course is a YouTube channel with thousands of 15-minute educational videos on subjects from chemistry, literature, and sociology to film, philosophy and physics to help people gain a deeper understanding of the world around them.
Within TED-Ed’s growing library of TED-Ed animations, you will find carefully curated 5-minute educational videos, many of which represent collaborations between talented educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed website, including such titles as, “Why Should You Read Moby Dick?”, “What is a Coronavirus?”, “How Do Ventilators Work?” and “What Makes Volcanos Erupt?”