By Madison DeLeon, B.S., BCN, QEEG-T

Being home for an extended amount of time is difficult! If you’re working from home and juggling children it can be even more challenging. Luckily, with modern technology kids can play and stay mentally stimulated while at home. Below is a list of links to various resources available during this international crisis:

Scholastic – Learn From Home website offering lessons for elementary and middle school

Kids Activities Blog – a very long list of educational resources – worksheets/activities for k-5

Lakeshore – resources for 0-11yrs

Mystery Science – mini science lessons at no cost

PJLibrary – thousands of free books available

Timeout – for downloading books from the New York Public Library

Virtual Zoos – go on a virtual field trip!

Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari

San Diego Live Cams Museums – virtual tours available now!

Google Arts and Culture – via app or browser

Met Kids Doodle Sessions – With Mo Willems via the Kennedy Center

Josh Gad (otherwise known as Olaf the Snowman) reading books via Twitter

Saylor – free classes for college and high schoolers

Study Guide Zone – great for SATprep, study tips, and more!

Work Out and Meditation Classes – find them via YouTube, Apple Store or Google Play or right here with one of our trained therapists!

Facebook Play Groups – search in your Facebook app for groups. One example is “Learning and Exploring through Play Group”

Lastly, if you or your child are in need of additional support, our office offers Online Therapy (also known as Teletherapy) in several states. Call our office today to schedule your online therapy appointment at 202-333-6251 or fill out our contact form for more information