Let me know if any of the pink links do not work.
Educational Online Activity Websites
- Here is my favorite children's author Mo Willems's VERY fun website: pigeonpresents.com. YouTube has several of his books.
- St. Charles City-County Library - resources for the whole family!
- Right Now Media - This is Netflix for Christians! There are Christian kids shows, programs for teens, and adult Bible studies. You can't go to church right now, but your family can still deepen your walk with God.
- Starfall.com - Letter/reading/math games, videos, and books
- ABCya.com - Letters/Numbers/Holdiay/Stragegy/Skill games (for grades PK to 6 +)
- ABC Mouse - Letters/Reading/Math games - I signed your child up with his/her own account. You should have received an email from ABCMouse on Sunday, April 5.
- Teach Your Monster to Read - I highly reccommend this website for learning how to take the letter sounds we've learned this year and blend them into words. I previously created an account for each child and I will look up this information and email it to you if you need it.
- Seussville - All things Dr. Seuss with games, videos,
- Scribbles and Ink - A PBS Kids game where kids can use their imaginations and draw all kids of things.
- Brain Pop Jr - Science, Health, Reading/Writing, Math, Social Studies, Arts, and Technology - this site is for lower elementary, but it's still fun for preschool. Our school has an account, so login to have access to everything - username: lwcs and password: brainpop.
- National Geographic for Kids - Lean about places, people, animals.
- Masking tape town ideas.
- Author study - Eric Litwin, a wonderful children's author and musician. Get ready to get groovy!
- Here is the list of 100 Sensory Activities for Home or School. Get the whole family involved.
- Calendar of Virtual Field Trips - I have not watched all the field trips to determine how appropriate they are, so be vigilant when watching these with your child.
- Lone Elk Park - I have watched this video and there is a park in St. Louis County that you can drive through and see elk, bison, wild turkeys.
- Shadow Drawing - A cool idea to draw shadows.
- Lemon Play Dough - recipe for lemon play dough.
- Dr. Seuss Coloring Page - Watch One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish and print out this coloring page.
- Obstacle Course - My pastor made an obstacle course in his house for his kids.
- Nerf Gun Phonics - Here's a game to review letters/sounds where you shoot letters taped to a wall. You can do this with shapes, numbers, and words too.
- 30 day Lego Challenge - Get those Legos out and build!