Virtual / Online Learning Resources | Kids Out and About Jacksonville

Virtual / Online Learning Resources

KidsOutAndAbout.com has created a searchable list of classes and learning resources available online. Whether you need some help with math so you can help your child with math, you're looking for something new to do to keep your mind off the news, or you want to provide some structured time for your kids who are used to a by-the-bell school day, there are many options, and we're adding to our list every day!

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Title Description Cost
Family Cooking Class Series - Global Noodle Culture

Take a tasty family culinary journey to explore the noodle cultures of Italy, Japan, Morocco, Peru, Russia and the U.S. during this series of weekly six hour long interactive classes presented by acclaimed caterer Great Performances and respected nonprofit The Sylvia Center, dedicated to teaching young people the connection between food and health. For each class - every Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m., Feb. 18 thru March 25 - the chef instructor, specially trained by The Sylvia Center to work with a wide range of ages and skill levels, will go through the step-by-step preparation of a noodle dish and address a specific cooking technique or food related topic. To assure constructive interactivity, the number of Zoom seats for each classis limited; although participants may have as many children and adults in their kitchens as they like. Each class can be considered a standalone and registered for individually. For schedule see: www.greatperformances.com/blog/cooking-with-gp-noodle-passport

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
COOKING & BAKING CLUB with Alexandra's Kitchen

Online cooking class subscription series.  $29 (per month) gives the subscriber two live online classes per month and access to an archive of past classes as well.  Since we will all be hunkering down at home this winter, I can't think of a better time to enjoy online cooking classes with Ali!

Science - STEM - General
Adults
$
BAKE350 - Virtual Classes
Bake 350 - Baking with Katie & Lizzy

Bake350 offers live, online workshops that build baking skills one class at a time. The workshops will be hosted through Zoom by Lizzy and Katie, and we will take you through every recipe step-by-step to ensure baking success! Our classes are fun, interactive, and will leave your kids feeling confident in the kitchen!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Chef It Up 2 Go Online Kids Cooking Classes
Chef It Up 2 Go

Chef It Up 2 Go Offers Fun online cooking tutorials for kids and families.

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Afternoon Enrichment with COOK! Programs
COOK! Programs

One 2-hour class per week
A 15-minute, one-on-one call with the chef each week (optional)
Recipes and shopping lists
Cooking activities for the week

 

September 21 - October 28, 2020 - Cooking 1: The Journey Begins
November 9 - December 14, 2020 - Cooking 2: The Seeker’s Quest
January 4 - February 10, 2021 - Cooking 3: World Explorer 1
February 22 - March 29, 2021 - Cooking 4: World Explorer 2
April 12 - May 17, 2021 - Cooking 5: Sharing the Abundance

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Online Cooking Class: Super Heroes/ Super Food
Cooking Round The World

Tuesdays, Nov 10 – Dec 15,  from 3:30 – 5 PST (No class Nov 24)

Your child will not need super human powers to cook delicious dishes featured in Marvel and DC comics from Hulk to Green Lantern to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more! Each class includes a trivia game, and a comic story.

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Online Cooking Class: Harry Potter
Cooking Round The World

Tuesdays, Oct 6 – Nov 3, from 3:30 - 5 PST

From Oreo owl cookies, to bat blood with worms soup, to immortal pizza mummies, students will enjoy Hogwarts culinary delights! Each class includes a trivia game, and a Harry Potter recap story.

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Online Cooking Class: A Plate of Pixar
Cooking Round The World

Thursdays, Sept 3 – Oct 1, from 3:30 – 5 PST

Ratatouille, Incredibles, Toy Story, Brave, Zootopia…. Each class session will cook a dish from a different Pixar movie. Each class includes a trivia game, and a Pixar story.

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Asynchronous Cooking Classes
Cooking Round The World

We offer three groups of 10 international cooking classes that are pre-recorded (30 different classes altogether). Each class contains 1 recipe, a cooking demonstration, folktale and slide show.  Cost for a package of 10 classes is $75/child.

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
COOKSMART - FREE Online COOKING Classes
Cooksmart

FREE Online Cooking class
Strawberry Shortcake - June 19
Homemade Ice-Cream - June 26

Great for kids ages 6-12. More weekly classes, virtual online cooking camps and FREE classes in the summer!

Academic - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
English and Spanish language cooking classes and parties!
Events by Collette

Ages 4+ ….yes get the children in the kitchen! Children’s education at home can begin in the kitchen.

Cook gourmet gluten free, dairy intolerant, and nightshade intolerant in the comfort of your own kitchen, classroom, party or place of work.

We speak English and Espanol.

We prepare the same recipe simultaneously. Tell us your interests and we provide the recipe.

Ask questions about food allergies and food alternatives to fats, dairy, and sugars, also vegan options.  

Do not forget to have fun cooking and we are not liable for any lost fingers or toes while cutting!

New to cooking with us? First class is always Free!

Academic - General
Reading
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Visual arts / crafts
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Taste Buds Kitchen - Free At-Home Cooking Club
Taste Buds Kitchen

At-Home Cooking Club
Stay tuned for a new cooking video releasing every Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm EST made with simple ingredients you hopefully already have in your pantry. Sign up is FREE.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
The Seasoned Chef Cooking School - Online Cooking Classes
The Seasoned Chef Cooking School

IF YOU WANT TO ENHANCE YOUR ABILITIES IN THE KITCHEN, THEN YOU’VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE WITH THE SEASONED CHEF IN DENVER! OUR COOKING CLASSES WILL SHOW YOU WHAT TO COOK AND HOW TO COOK IT!

Science - STEM - General
Misc
Middle School
High School
Adults
Tiny Chefs - Tiny Chefs Club & After-School Enrichment
Tiny Chefs

Are you looking for online activities that your kids will literally eat up? Do you want screen time that is healthy? The Tiny Chefs and Teen Chefs Cooking Club provide unlimited access to on-demand cooking classes, recipes, activities, and more!

Enjoy YUMMY virtual after-school activities with Tiny Chefs online Zoom cooking enrichment classes. Choose from 5 or 10-week enrichment programs with themes like Savory Enchiladas & Sweet Tacos or Cupcake Wars 2.0!

Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Support / Advice
Title Description Cost
Camp Super Now
We’re on a mission to use the power of community to create enriched kids, supported parents and happier families that are prepared to take on this ever-changing world.
 
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Coronavirus: Guidance for Better Mental Health

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be a lot of information about the virus and its effects on mental health. That’s because coronavirus and the social, financial and psychological implications it carries can seriously impact one’s mental wellbeing.

 

People with pre-existing mental problems should continue to manage and track their mental health. Self-care is vital, and it’s also important to try and reduce the stress for ourselves and others around us.

Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Middle School
High School
Adults
Social Skills Groups
Advanced Behavior Change

Join our social groups from the comfort of your own home! Our groups meet for 90 minutes weekly, focusing on skills such as conversation, friendship, problem-solving, and emotional regulation. We do this through play, games, and practice with others in the group. If virtual groups aren't a good fit for your child, we offer small in-person groups following public health precautions. Call us at 801-251-6219 to learn more! 

Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Pillars of Parenting
Apple Blossom Waldorf School and Family Center

An 8-Week Waldorf-Inspired Virtual Offering for Caregivers of Children Ages Birth to Seven. This class provides foundational support and tangible resources to enable you to consciously meet your child's developmental needs with intention, confidence, and care.

Join our wise Waldorf guides Betsy Priest and Donna Mayo and a virtual community of parents across the globe for 8-weeks of Waldorf inspired parenting support.

Each week, we will release a video and resources on a specific care giving theme that participants can access on their own time. These resources will expound upon foundational parenting topics and include accessible resources for caregivers of children birth to age seven, such as songs, crafts, recipes, and educational materials to build your toolkit.

We will meet Tuesday evenings on Zoom for discussion, questions, and community as we navigate the ups and downs of conscious parenting.

Adults
$
Parenting 2's and 3's
Baby Bungalow
Join us for our new virtual support group, Parenting 2's and 3's. Led by an expert in Child Development.
 

Join us for our new virtual support group, Parenting 2s and 3s. Led by an expert in Child Development, discussions will include navigating the Teachable Two's and Thinkable Three's and much, much more!

You will receive the Zoom link during registration.

 

Visit cfctb.org/progam/baby-bungalow if you have any difficulty registering via the link provided. 

 
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
$
CARD's "La Hora del Cafecito"
CARD-USF

"La Hora del Cafecito" es un programa en Español que sale en vivo todos los viernes a las 10:00 AM por Facebook LIVE. En el programa discutimos temas relacionados al Autismo y otros temas de interés. Nuestro panel de entrevistadoras está compuesto por profesionales en el campo de la fisioterapia, educación especial, salud mental, y salud pública. Además de ser profesionales en estos campos, algunas de nuestras panelistas son madres o hermanas de jóvenes y niños diagnosticados con Autismo.

Puede apretar el enlace incluido para que vea programas anteriores a través del canal de CARD-USF en YouTube. Para ver “La Hora del Cafecito” en VIVO todos los viernes a las 10:00 AM pueden unirse a nuestro grupo privado en Facebook llamado “Grupo CARD Español” Una vez se unan a este grupo podrán acezar un sin número de recursos relacionados en español y recibirán alertas cuando salgamos en Vivo.

 

 _________ English Translation:___________

"La Hora del Cafecito" is a Spanish language weekly Facebook LIVE program, which air every Friday at 10 AM. In this program we discuss topics related to Autism and of related interests. Our panel is composed of professionals in the field of physical therapy, special education, mental and public health, who are also parents and siblings of individuals living with Autism. 

You can follow the link here to watch previous episodes on CARD-USF's YouTube channel. To watch the program LIVE on Facebook each Friday at 10 AM, be sure to join our Facebook private group "Grupo CARD Espanol." Once you join, you will have access to a plethora of resources in Spanish and will receive alerts when "La Hora del Cafecito" goes LIVE.

 

 

Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Winter 2021 Virtual Spirit Camp for children ages 6-12
Dancing Jaguar's Virtual Spirit Camp

 8-week program

Tuesdays and Thursdays   3:30 – 5 pm ET

 

February 9 – April 1, 2021

 

$250 

 

Virtual Spirit Camp curriculum teaches tools and techniques to help children access their inner wisdom, discover their authentic selves, and embark on a journey of self-discovery!  Spirit Campers learn about the effects of energy, both positive and negative, on themselves, their community, and the world at large.  They learn how to explore and relate to the natural world in new, exciting ways that teach them how to listen with their hearts, not just their ears.  There is no better time than now to empower our children with the wisdom that comes from knowing oneself!

One of the foundational principles at Spirit Camp is to help children disconnect from their screens and help them connect to their inner world and the natural world. Instead of cramming 24 hours of programming into large blocks, we are scheduling (2) 1.5-hour blocks of time each week and extending the program through eight weeks.  This feels much more in alignment with our mission as we want to make sure children are outside in nature as much as possible!

 

The tuition price is a PER FAMILY price!  Whether there is one person or four from your household, we welcome your family into Spirit Camp.  That's only $15 per class for your entire family!  We love it when parents are able to attend Spirit Camp with their children.  It's a wonderful bonding experience to learn how to support each other with the holistic tools and techniques taught in Spirit Camp. 

 

Click here to register your family.

Children Learn To:

Access the deep inner stillness that lies inside all of us
Nurture themselves when feeling overwhelmed
Listen to their inner guidance
Connect to their spirit helpers
Discover their personal self-talk
Protect themselves energetically
Create sacred space & ceremony
And much more!

 

 

Spirit Camp curriculum includes: 

  • Creating sacred space and sacred tools
  • Guided Visualizations
  • Chakras - introduction to, balancing, opening, and closing
  • Mindfulness
  • Using Pendulums
  • Seeing Auras
  • Affirmations
  • Shamanic Journeying
  • Connecting to Nature Energetically
  • Working with Power Animals and Spirit Helper
  • The Healing Power of Gemstones and Crystals
  • The Law of Attraction

 

Video Link:  

https://youtu.be/HZHSPF6e13Y

 

Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Dancing Jaguar's Free Spirit Empowerment Classes for Children
Dancing Jaguar's Virtual Spirit Camp

Free Virtual Two-Week Program

Mondays-Wednesdays-Fridays  4 – 4:45 pm ET

January 18 – 29, 2021

 

Dancing Jaguar’s Spirit Camp has been empowering children since 2014.  Through craft projects and experiential learning, children gain a foundation of tools to create positive self-talk, manage their emotions, connect with nature, and explore their inner wisdom.  Topics covered during this series of classes includes gratitude, affirmations, self-compassion, kindness, mindfulness, and breathwork.

 

Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Online School at Dwight Global
Dwight Global Online School

Dwight Global is a fully accredited online school, offering AP, IB, and Honors classes to students globally using a blended, flipped synchronous seminar approach with a college-style scheduling. We also offer exciting summer options!  Join our virtual open house to learn more about Dwight Global, the cloud campus of Dwight School. A private school like no other, Dwight Global blends online, on-campus, and residential learning experiences, allowing students in Grades 7-12 to pursue a personalized, independent school program wherever they have a laptop and an internet connection.  

Middle School
High School
Drama and Art for Special Kids and their Families - Educating the Heart
Educating the Heart - Los Angeles, CA

Arts-driven coach working with children experiencing developmental delays and/or behavior challenges and their families. 1:1 Drama Therapy and/or Autism Movement Therapy targeted for individualized needs (social skills, coordination and balance, self-advocacy, etc). Sibling support sessions also available - Drama Therapy and Therapeutic Art Life Coaching. Also available to work with pre-establishes pods for homeschool, etc. 15 years experience serving special education community in Los Angeles. Parent services also available.

$40-$75/session

Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Dance
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Girls Leadership Girl & Grown-Up Workshops
Girls Leadership

Our family-based programs, for girls in grades K-8, are a fun and brave space for girls and their grown-ups to laugh and have fun together, while learning our key social-emotional skills. Participants meet once a week for four consecutive weeks and the sessions are taught by experienced Girls Leadership educators. They bring together our signature games, essential social-emotional skills, and a brave space to build community. Our curriculum is focused on the following domains with lessons aligned to developmentally appropriate outcomes:
- Mindfulness + Self-Compassion
- Identity + Self-Awareness
- Community + Relationship Skills

Academic - General
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Girl & Grown-Up Workshop for Grades 2 through 8
Girls Leadership

Girls Leadership's Girl & Grown-Up workshops give girls and their parents a brave space to laugh and have fun together while learning about friendships, feelings, apologies, and healthy approaches to conflict. Register here: https://tinyurl.com/yxhnrkfa

Misc
Middle School
$
K-12 Tutoring and SAT/ACT Test Prep
Huntington Learning Center of Clifton Park- In-Center or Online

Was your child frustrated with Remote Learning last Spring? Right now, students are at risk of falling behind. Huntington helps students catch up and get ahead with individualized K-12 Tutoring and Test Prep programs, offered both In-Center and Online.

Our Tutoring students average 2+ grade level increases in Math & Reading, while our SAT students average a 248 point increase. We have programs for reading, writing, phonics, math (through Calculus), science (through Physics), study skills, SAT, ACT, AP, Regents and more.

Our tutors build confidence and motivation. Affordable and flexible in Clifton Park. Proven results since 1977. Mention this ad and save $100 when you call 518-280-2670.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Tutoring
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
J Amado Photography - Smartphone Photoshoot
J Amado Photography

60+ minute photo session/lesson where you are the photographer! Turn on your camera phone and tell the kids to get ready! I will be your eyes and help you capture beautiful pictures while guiding you through your phone. We will also perform some light editing on your favorite photos. With these new skills and continued practice, you will be able to capture beautiful photos on your own!

Academic - General
Visual arts / crafts
Tutoring
High School
Adults
$
Free 10 Minute Buddhism Podcasts to Live A Happy Peaceful Life
Kadampa Meditation Center New York

Free 10 Minute Buddhism Podcasts to Live A Happy Peaceful Life

Modern Kadampa Buddhism Podcasts -  A completely, totally free podcast site, with no sign-up, no subscription and no apps needed, plus no ads!

Watch Free 10-minute Buddhist Podcast great for beginners. Modern Kadampa Buddhism is a special presentation of Buddha’s teachings for the modern world. Everyone is welcome to enjoy these free Buddhism Podcasts. Whether you are a Buddhist or not, you will definitely find something in the teachings and practices of Modern Kadampa Buddhism that will help you find inner peace, solve your everyday problems, and improve your relationships with others.

“Kadam Dharma accords with people’s daily experience; it cannot be separated from daily life. Everyone needs it to make their lives happy and meaningful, to solve temporarily their human problems, and to enable them ultimately to find pure and everlasting happiness through controlling their anger, attachment, jealousy, and especially ignorance.”
– VENERABLE GESHE KELSANG GYATSO RINPOCHE

In person and online Meditation Classes, Retreats, Buddhist Chanted Prayers, Meditation Courses and workshops are being offered at Kadampa Meditation Center New York.

NEW! Free online meditation and Buddhism books and resources:
1Meditation – Getting Started or Back to Meditation Basics
Learn how to meditate. Includes guided meditations for beginners free audios.
Free Meditation Books and Buddhism eBooks download. No subscription No signup.

Find Meditation classes near me

 

 

Academic - General
History / social studies
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Middle School
High School
Adults
Free Meditation & Buddhism Book downloads - BEGIN YOUR JOURNEY TO INNER PEACE
Kadampa Meditation Center New York

A Deeper Study of Buddha’s Teachings - Modern Buddhism

Modern Buddhism is a special presentation of Buddha’s teachings on compassion and wisdom that communicates their essence in a way that is easy to understand and put into practice. By developing and maintaining compassion and wisdom in daily life, we can transform our lives, improve our relationships with others and look behind appearances to see the way things actually exist. In this way we can solve all our daily problems and accomplish the real meaning of human life.

This inspiring handbook of daily practice is perfectly suited for those seeking solutions within Buddhism to problems of everyday life, as well as for encouraging practitioners of all faiths to deepen their understanding and practice of the spiritual path.

Meditation – Getting Started or Back to Meditation Basics Resource Page
Includes guided meditation for beginners free audio,  "Meditations for Human Happiness" free videos.
Free Meditation Books and Buddhism eBooks download. No subscription No signup.
Find Meditation classes near me
Buddhism Podcasts Free - No subscription No signup.
In-Person Meditation and Modern Buddhism Classes now being offered at Kadampa Meditation Center New York

Exercise / Health / Yoga
Middle School
High School
Adults
Free Online Meditation Audio and videos
Kadampa Meditation Center New York

Meditation – Getting Started or Back to Meditation Basics - This is a completely, totally free online meditation and well-being resource page with no sign-up, no subscription, no apps needed, no ads and no pop-ups.
At this time of uncertainty, with the spread of the Covid-19 virus and social unrest, many people are looking at different ways of dealing with stress and negative thoughts. One way that is guaranteed to reduce both stress and anxiety is meditation. Based on the works of the internationally renowned meditation master, teacher and author Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Tharpa has collected some resources that will help you to establish a meditation practice. You will learn timeless methods for dealing with difficult challenges, which you can bring into your daily life, now and in the future.

Meditation – Getting Started or Back to Meditation Basics Resource Page
Includes guided meditation for beginners free audio,  "Meditations for Human Happiness" free videos.
Free Meditation Books and Buddhism eBooks download. No subscription No signup.
Find Meditation classes near me
Buddhism Podcasts Free - No subscription No signup.
In-Person Meditation and Modern Buddhism Classes now being offered at Kadampa Meditation Center New York

Exercise / Health / Yoga
Middle School
High School
Adults
Manners4Minors Canada
Manners4Minors Canada

Manners4minors online is a 10 week (10 weekly lessons), fun interactive package aimed at children ages 3-6/7 years. It offers a safe and secure learning environment with no pop-ups, annoying ads or links to other sites, it requires very little parental supervision, and each online lesson topic includes a fun learning video as well as stories, songs and worksheets.

Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Mathnasium of Ahwatukee
Mathnasium Ahwatukee

Reverse Leaning Loss with Mathnasium. Call now for a free assessment.

Mathematics
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Mind Your Manners Etiquette School, Inc - 3 course Dining Etiquette Lesson
Mind Your Manners Etiquette School - Tampa
Our most popular etiquette lesson is now virtual! Join us LIVE as we navigate the dining table with 3 courses. You will learn the beginner basics of dining etiquette. It will consist of learning the correct place setting, soup etiquette, 2 dining styles, how to correctly pass around the table, bread service, how to excuse oneself from the table and more. You're encouraged to create your "at home" environment with dinnerware/flatware and you can follow along with us!
 
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Mind Your Manners Etiquette School, Inc - Afternoon Tea Etiquette Lesson
Mind Your Manners Etiquette School - Tampa
Put on your fancy tea hat and lace gloves and join us for a LIVE virtual afternoon tea etiquette lesson! We'll learn the basics of proper tea etiquette and service. Various finger foods will be showed virtually and we encourage you to indulge along with us your tea cup and saucer and tea delights, if applicable.
 
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Science of Resilience: Use Your Brain to Focus, Get Calm, & Outsmart Procrastination
MindBodySpace LLC

Online: Science of Resilience for Academic and Personal Best. Learn how to use your brain to focus, stress less, and outsmart procrastination. Classes taught by Juna Bobby M.D. a physician specializing in Lifestyle/Mind-Body Medicine and host of Rx Chill Pill Podcast. She has created courses for NYU and Columbia, for grades 5-12, and is on Faculty at the Juilliard School.

Email info@mindbodyspace to customize your course

Schedule for Private Lessons, Learning Pods, Organizations, Parent and Kid Lessions

Levels: Elementary, Middle, High School, College, Parents

Click here for school 

Click for website

 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Giving Kids Practice with Money
Moolah U Start-up Business Camp

Parents, here's a great way to start structuring money learning experiences for your kids.  Follow along with this simple system and get ready to watch their confidence and independence grow!   Soon the system will bre available to use as an app.  Coming this Spring, 2021.

Misc
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Teach Me Wall Street- Virtual Classes
Teach Me Wall Street

WE TEACH PEOPLE OF ALL AGES AND ALL LEVELS

Give yourself or your kids a distinct advantage from the comfort of your couch or living room

We teach adult, College level, High School and Middle School programs.

Our most popular class is the Wall Street 101, that teaches How Wall Street works.

Classes are presented live and also recorded for students who cannot attend live.

 
 
Mathematics
Misc
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
The Childbearing Society - Prenatal Classes
The Childbearing Society - Childbearing Prenatal Classes™

Prenatal and Postpartum Classes ONLINE via ZOOM! Childbirth preparation, Postpartum Circles, Breastfeeding help, Seminars for Twins, Caesarean birth, Home birth, Refresher, Healthy Pregnancy, and more...all online!

Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Adults
$
Learn Spanish Online
The Spanish Clubhouse, LLC

Our experienced teachers use an immersive sequenced, language-building curriculum designed to get your child speaking Spanish quickly.

We offer a wide variety of classes, ranging from pre-verbal language immersion to academically rigorus grade school enrichment all taught by accredited teachers.

We also offer tutoring for any grade level.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Tutoring
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
The Wright Mommy, Daddy and Me classes on Zoom, for now!
The Wright Mommy and Me - Santa Monica, CA

Welcoming a new baby has always brought joy and awe. It's also a time of overwhelm, sleep deprivation, questioning and a huge learning curve. During the pandemic, moms and dads are feeling more isolated and full of self doubt than ever. They are going it alone, with no help, from grandparents, nannies or friends.  Parents' need to come together doesn't stop just because we have to physically distance right now. In our online classes, you will still learn about all things baby and make new friends, all while getting support and expertise from our exceptional class leaders. We help you create and celebrate your virtual "village."

Our mission is to bring moms, dads and their babies together to learn, to share their experiences and to support each other during baby’s first year. We’re not meant to do this alone!

Misc
Babies/Toddlers
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Academic
Title Description Cost
Virtual Workshops with the Eric Carle Museum

Online Workshops for children and adults covering a variety of literary based topics

Reading
Writing
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Virtual Classes with Outschool

We offer a wide variety of virtual classes for ages 3-18. 

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Twinkl - Twinkl Live Lessons

Our live lessons are a great way to structure your child's morning during the school shutdown. Simply log on to our Twinkl Parents Group Facebook page before your child's age slot is due to start (EYFS = ages 3 - 5, KS1 = ages 5 - 7, KS2 = ages 7 - 11) and follow our live video for a fun, engaging lesson on all kinds of subjects from our lovely teachers!

Missed a lesson? You can find them all on our Youtube page.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLm2RM2K7CuCRp9pVheafPFG3ruxK4o3Ou

Academic - General
Reading
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Zamft Tutoring Virtual Instruction for the 2020-2021 Academic Year!
Virtual Educational Instruction for the 2020-2021 Academic Year During the Covid-19 Crisis. Sign up as a family or in small peer groups for safe instruction. Realistic, online laboratories for grades 7-12 offer children a cutting edge in STEM sciences using Labster Simulations.
 
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
HealthStart Foundation - Snack Science Video Series For Kids

Want to keep your child entertained and learning during this unexpected out of school time? Then these 3 to 4 minute videos are for you! HealthStart Foundation is sharing from our award-winning Snack Science Workshop series. HealthStart’s Snack Science series teaches young children how their brain, bones, circulatory system, muscles and digestion work and how to keep them healthy.

Our Snack Science videos use science experiments, fun, healthy snack “art”, songs, fitness activities, and more to keep your children healthy, happy, and learning!

Subscribe to our Youtube channel at www.youtube.com/snackscience to stay up to date with our newest videos and additional FREE resources.

Upcoming Schedule:

Tuesday, May 12th - Muscle that Always Move: Stomach
Thursday, May 14th - Muscles You Move
Tuesday, May 19th - Building Muscles
Thursday, May 21st - The Zax (Storytime)
Tuesday, May 26th - Apple Sandwich
Thursday, May 28th - Down In The Mouth: Your Teeth
Tuesday, June 2nd - Spit and Other Liquids: Your Stomach
Thursday, June 4th - The Long & Short of It: Your Intestine
Tuesday, June 9th - Mabel The Tooth Fairy (storytime)
Thursday, June 11th - Watermelon Pizza Snack

Academic - General
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
The Get it Guide Inc- Online middle-school mathematics program

 A Canadian math resource (free of charge) to the students and families you serve. Select titles were previously approved as resources for the Knowledge and Employability program of Province of Alberta (Alberta Learning). As you well know, there are few resources for learning math at the middle school level, and none we are aware of designed specifically to foster parental engagement. This is especially relevant during COVID-related school closures. Please feel free to share this link with your leadership team, and the families you serve. You will find the tutorials open-access and free of charge at www.thegetitguide.com Paul Davies B. Ed. Founder, The Get it Guide Inc. Ottawa, Canada Phone: 1-780-975-5714 Email: info@thegetitguide.com

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Tutoring
Middle School
Khan Academy - Imagineering in a Box

Imagineering in a Box is designed to pull back the curtain to show you how artists, designers and engineers work together to create theme parks. Go behind the scenes with Disney Imagineers and complete project-based exercises to design a theme park of your very own.

Science - STEM - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Science Challenges for Kids
Lowell Observatory

Keep your kids engaged with STEM with one of our in-home science challenges. See all of the challenges at the link below or find them on the LOCKs Facebook page

For Science Challenge lesson plans please visit: https://lowell.edu/visit/locks/science-challenge/

Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Sagas In the Sky Series
Lowell Observatory

The Sagas in the Sky Series explores some of the stories behind the stars in the night sky. 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Middle School
High School
Adults
Minnesota Institute for Talented Youth Online Programs
Minnesota Institute for Talented Youth

Minnesota Institute for Talented Youth is offering engaging online learning experiences for gifted and talented students in grades 1 – 12. 

Similar to our in-person programs, these classes have been specifically designed for bright, motivated and curious students. Each course provides an intensive, inquiry-based curriculum that challenges students to explore new topics, generate creative solutions to real-world issues, and apply their knowledge in unique ways. MITY’s online programs also enable students to meet like-minded peers and socialize through non-academic fun activities. To learn about specific opportunities and how to apply, click on the program that matches your student’s current grade level.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
AccelerateKID - Virtual Tech Education
AccelerateKID® Virtual Academy
We are actively and creatively planning ways to keep you safe while continuing to provide a quality tech education through virtual tech classes and online lessons. We're offering: Coding: Scratch, JavaScript, JAVA, Python Game Designing: Minecraft Server, Modding - Roblox Studio, Fortnite, Unity Engine Robotics: Lego EV3 Mindstorms, Digital art: 3D printing, Website Design, Film and more Email or call us for more details! 844-4TECHED (483-2433)
 
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Renaissance Adventures - Online Programs and Classes for Youth
Adventure Quest with Renaissance Adventures

Renaissance Adventures offers online adventure roleplaying programs for girls and boys ages 7-17 year round with afterschool classes, homeschool enrichment, day-off school and holiday camps, to birthday parties, and teen game nights. With award winning programs that foster creativity, teamwork, positive self-esteem, and social emotional skills development, Renaissance Adventures programs are led by an outstanding team of Quest Leaders and Game Masters. Programs are designed for groups of up to 6 kids of like ages, and each child/teen chooses a character to play as they adventure together through a mythical land full of mystery and intrigue. Together, kids read treasure maps, solve puzzling riddles, make difficult choices, and battle foes all on a mission to save the kingdom in a non-competitive environment where everyone gets to be the hero. Renaissance Adventures has been pioneering innovative experiential education since 1995.

Academic - General
STEM - Computers
Theater
Martial arts
Tutoring
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
COVID-19 Community Nature Collection
Agua Hedionda Lagoon

We are known for our nature education and hands-on learning. And we are proud to tell you we have online learning for you right here. We realize many are hard hit with Covid-19 closures too; and we want to assist through the healing power of nature.

We have compiled a list of nature and environmental collections across the community and beyond, to help you feel connected and provide valuable resources during this virtual time.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Winter Break
Allstar Institute - Fremont

课表 – After-School Programs 2020

年暑假开始招生

After-School Registration Form (PDF)
Photo Release Form (PDF)
中文 ENGLISH
After-School 课程安排
星期一 至 星期四:
3:00pm – 3:30pm: 点心/中文故事/眼保健操
3:30pm – 6:00pm: 英文学校作业,本校课程/Common Core练习/本校选修课程
星期五:
3:00pm – 3:30pm: 点心/眼保健操/ 中文故事/眼保健操
3:30pm – 6:00pm: 快乐中文、航模、 手工、娱乐

 

  1. 本校免费课程包括:
    1. 每日中文、数学、英文(写作/阅读/ Common Core练习/Phonics)美术创作、Coding、(各年级)
    2. (只限K 班)国际象棋、
  2. 选修课程:
    1. (一年级及以上年级)国际象棋、航模, Coding
    2. MPM 数学(各年级)
    3. GATE 辅导班(三年级)
After-School Schedule
Monday – Thursday:
3:00pm – 3:30pm: Homework/Snack/Ocular Exercises, Chinese Storytime
3:30pm – 6:00pm: Chinese/ Homework/Common Core Practice/Classes provided by AllStar
Friday:
3:00pm – 3:30pm: Snack/Ocular Exercises/Chinese Storytime
3:30pm – 6:00pm: Amusing Chinese, Handicraft, Model Planes, Entertainments

 

  1. Free Classes:
    1. Everyday Chinese, Math, English, Common Core Practice, Drawing, Coding
    2. (K only) Chess, Elective Classes:
      1. Drawing, Model Planes, Coding & Chess (G1 and above)
      2. MPM Math (all grades)
      3. GATE test prep (3rd grade only)
Academic - General
Tutoring
Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Presidential Primary Sources Project
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

Andrew Jackson's Hermitage is proud to team up with the National Archives and Presidential Libraries, National Park Service, Internet2 community, and cultural and historic organizations nationwide are proud to offer the annual Presidential Primary Sources Project, a series of free, standards-aligned, 45-minute interactive videoconferencing programs aimed at students in grades 4-12.

The series will run from January through March 2021. In addition to the interactive video component, each program will also be live-streamed and recorded for on-demand viewing for free.

Free registration is now open. Learn more and see the schedule, or sign up today!

Through the use of primary source documents and interactive videoconferencing, the 2021 program series will take students on a journey through the historical legacies of our presidents. By the conclusion of each session, students will have gained a greater understanding of our nation’s presidents and how they shaped the past and present of our country.

The Hermitage's program,  The Symbiotic Relationship of Slavery and Indian Removal, will be held Thursday, January 21. 

Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdHom-0qmeaIKOb1JAzptX4kSkCHqt-...

History / social studies
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Family Experiences
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

Choose from activities led by one of our educators for an outdoor hands-on engaging time. Up to 12 people can attend of all ages. We ask that everyone four years and up wears a mask while our educator is with your group. Parents need to stay with the children participating for the entirety of the program.

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Distance Learning
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum

Connect from anywhere! We have the capability to allow ANY school to connect to our Museum virtually. Whether you have the traditional H.323 videoconferencing system or a computer with a webcam, speakers, and microphone, you can bring our Distance Learning programs into your classroom.

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Aquarium Online Academy
Aquarium of the Pacific

The Aquarium offers free live interactive classes with its educators on weekdays at 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. The classes are offered for various grade levels, from kindergarten to twelfth grade, and cover topics related to ocean science and our animals at the Aquarium. Visit our website for the class schedule and more information.

Through the Online Academy portal, people of all ages can also view live webcams in seven of the Aquarium's exhibits, see episodes of The Pacific Pals Show, take a virtual tour, view archived lectures in the Guest Speaker Series, and more.

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Arctic Reading Circle Read Aloud Program
Arctic Reading Circle

The Arctic Reading Circle is hosting afterschool virtual read-alouds for kids ages 6 to 9 who wish to read books in a group setting. We will be reading a range of books (picture books and short chapter books). Kids can choose to sit back and listen or volunteer to read aloud. Sessions will be moderated by our mentors and teachers.

Due to school starting virtually in the fall, we wanted to create a virtual space to allow children to enjoy listening to stories together and to develop a passion for reading. We hope to help lift off some of the pressures from parents who are working at home and to introduce kids to some fun and beloved stories.

Reading
Early Elementary School
CONNECT @ Arizona Science Center,
Arizona Science Center

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO SUPPORT YOUR CHILD'S SCIENCE EDUCATION.

Not sure where to turn as you try to support your child’s education? Arizona Science Center is here to help. With CONNECT @ Arizona Science Center™, we offer everything you need to support your child’s science education—whether you are looking to catch up, stay current or get ahead. Our science learning Road Map outlines a path forward—both week to week and year to year for kids in grades K-8. This includes yearly goals and lesson plans…all built to meet or exceed the state of Arizona’s Science Standards.

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Homeschool Art Program 2020-2021 (virtual option)
Art in Mind Creative Wellness Studio

Foster your child’s love of art, knowledge, and ability with our Homeschool Art Program! We are offering the option of  either in-person or virtual classes for children in elementary and secondary school levels this year. Per semester fee is $280 (12 dates). We will offer one free make-up class per semester.

Virtual classes will be three times per month via Zoom:

Wednesdays:

2:00–3:30 pm Elementary & Middle / High School. This virtual class will be for both age groups combined and will include a supply kit.

To register for the in-person Homeschool Art classes at the studio please click here: Homeschool Art Class In-Person

Here is our fall semester overview for our virtual classes, and tentative spring semester plan:

FALL 2020

September: Landscape Painting/Hudson River School

Virtual: 9/16, 9/23, 9/30

October: Sculpture/Various Artists

Virtual: 10/14, 10/21, 10/28

November: Portrait Painting/Frida Kahlo

Virtual: 11/4, 11/11, 11/18

December: Comics & Illustration/Various Artists

Virtual: 12/2, 12/9, 12/16

Semester 1 Make-Up Class is Monday, 12/21.

Virtual: 12–1 pm

Spring 2021 (dates TBA)

January: Painting & Drawing/Art of the Ancient World

February: Abstract Art/Jackson Pollack

March: Drawing Techniques/Various Artists

April: Sculpture/Various Artists

Academic - General
Visual arts / crafts
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Virtual Learning
Atlanta History Center

Explore Atlanta history online—all in one place.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Bansho - fun free video app for the preK to 4th graders
Bansho

Bansho is a free app made by educators and education advocates to engage young minds with safe content. Think of it as an individually vetted educational version of Tik Tok that works with teachers to make learning engaging and fun while amplifying diverse voices.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Virtual Learning and Tours - Battleship USS Iowa Museum Los Angeles
Battleship USS Iowa Museum Los Angeles

Our interactive Virtual Tour and lesson for schools and youth organizations is customizable for student and youth groups ranging from 3rd grade to 12th grade. Our education team, led by a California credentialed educator, is ready and able to modify content to best fit the needs of participating student groups.

Virtual Tours & Programs Include:

  • [Available] The Battleship History Tour from WWII to 1990.
  • [Oct 2020] NJROTC/Criminal Justice
  • [Oct 2020] General Themed Tour
  • [Nov 2020] Career Exploration and Inspiration
  • [Nov 2020] ELA Connection
  • [Dec 2020] Forensics

These engaging virtual tours are unlike watching pre-recorded material! It is interactive and allows for a personalized session where students engage with our ship-based educators for synchronized learning, providing the best alternative to an in-person visit to the IOWA.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Online Learning with the Ocean Experts at Birch Aquarium
Birch Aquarium at Scripps

Thank you for visiting our new online learning space, where families, teachers, and scientists of all ages can continue to invent, explore, and connect. Our team is working hard to develop new ways for you and your learners to experience Birch Aquarium at Scripps. Check back often, as we will continue to add more to this page on a regular basis.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Black Boys Code
Black Boys Code

At Black Boys Code, we are inspiring a generation of young Black men to take control of their future and become tomorrow’s digital creators and technological innovators. We do that by helping them develop digital literacy and computer competence—the foundational building blocks of an educational path towards a career in the technology field. We give Black boys the training and tools to create their own futures.

Academic - General
STEM - Computers
Middle School
High School
$
Online Learning
Black Creek Pioneer Village

Introducing Black Creek Pioneer Village’s new History at Home series!

Are you a teacher looking for resources to engage your class? Or a parent teaching your children at home? These self-contained online learning lessons are ready to share with students and can be completed at home.

We hope that these fun-filled lessons, linked to the social studies curriculum, will give you a virtual taste of Black Creek Pioneer Village. New resources will be added each week!

Academic - General
History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
online tutoring - ACT/SAT prep and math tutoring
Bob Johnson Tutoring

I offer 1-on-1 online tutoring for ACT prep, for SAT prep, and for help with high school math classes.

Mathematics
Tutoring
Middle School
High School
$
Virtual Family Programs
Booth Western Art Museum

 The Booth Museum has some fun and engaging programming you can do with your kids and grandkids anytime day or night. 

Academic - General
History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Bricks 4 Kidz-Saint Louis: ONLINE LEGO Building, Minecraft Gaming, Scratch programming, Robotics, CAD Assembly with LEGOs
Bricks 4 Kidz St. Louis

Lots of options for at STEM learning. Weekly classes in Minecraft Gaming, Robotics, LEGO Building, Scratch programming. Live Streaming for classes.

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Robot-Building Classes
Brooklyn Robot Foundry

Brooklyn Robot Foundry offers a variety of super fun, online, robot-building classes to 2-13 years old!  All classes maintain a very low student-to-teacher ratio, allowing for plenty of individualized instruction and socializing.  Materials for all classes will be shipped to students before the session begins.

  • Robot Builders (6-8 & 9-12 year olds): This is the online version of the Robot Foundry’s popular after school classes, featuring a brand new robot project each week. The fall will be split into two 6-week terms, to accommodate students’ changing school schedules.  Children may sign up for either term, or ideally both, as each term will feature different projects. Weekdays at 3pm & 5pm ET.
  • Robot Coders (9-13 year olds):  These classes combine the hands-on learning experience of robot-building with basic programming.  Students will use the Hummingbird app to code and bring their robot creations to life each week.   Due to the complexity of these projects, classes run 1.5 - 2 hours. 
  • Robot Inventors (8-12 year olds): These classes are intended for children who enjoy the challenge of designing their own creations and trying to make them actually work!  Students will be introduced to various building techniques and parts, and given starter ideas.  They will then work on their own project each week in this trial and error-based class.
  • Mini Makers (2-5yr olds + grown-up): Mini Makers classes introduce engineering fundamentals in a super engaging, age-appropriate manner. Children will get to build a robot each week (with help from their grown-ups), which they can continue to play with long after class is over.  There are four completely different 4-week sessions, which can be taken in any combination and order for an extended experience that works with children’s shifting schedules.
  • STEAM RoboLab: Science (6-12 year olds): Students will learn more about the common core science curriculum for select grades with the help of what else, but robots!  This class will serve as a supplement to classroom science, allowing for the inquiry-based, hands-on lab experience that most school can not accomplish through remote or hybrid learning.  Students will be encouraged to experiment with ongoing projects and other challenges between the 12 weekly classes.
  • STEAM RoboLab: Art (6-12 year olds):  Each week in this 12-week class, students will study a different artist or genre, and then work on their own project in which they can explore and experiment within each style themselves.  This is an immersive, hands-on, art class for students of all abilities.
  • One Time Classes (6-10 years old):  These single, stand-alone classes can serve as a great introduction for students new to the Robot Foundry, as a supplement to existing students who just want to build more projects, or as a mini-session of your own scheduling when combined together.  The components for each robot you choose will be sent to your home, so your child will be all set to build with us on the day of the class.
Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Robot Making Classes- Brooklyn Robot Foundry
Brooklyn Robot Foundry

We have a variety of classes for children 2-12 years old and even a class for adults!  Choose from Mini Makers (weekly classes for 2-5 yr olds + grown up), Robot Coding (4 week course for 9-12yr olds), Robot Making (weekly classes for 6-10 yr olds) or One Time Classes (individual classes for 6-10 yr olds).   Adult Classes available for groups of 5 or more on date of your choice!

$30-40 per class

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Brooklyn Robot Foundry - Robot Building & Robot Coding Classes
Brooklyn Robot Foundry

Brooklyn Robot Foundry offers Robot Building and Robot Coding classes for children 2-13 years old! Choose from a variety of options based on child's age and session length, in which kids build a new robot every class! All classes feature live, interactive instruction with no more than 6 kids per group and we'll send you all of the robot parts you need.
Choose from an 8-class session for kids 6-10 years old, a super cool 4-week coding program for 9-13 year-olds, a 4-week parent-child session for 2-5 year-olds, individual classes, parties and so much more!

$35-40 per class

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Bubbles Academy- Virtual Classes
Bubbles Academy- Chicago

Our enrichment courses include music, creative movement, art, yoga, and dance.

Academic - General
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
$
Educational Resources - Busch Gardens - Williamsburg, VA
Busch Gardens - Williamsburg, VA

Explore the animal kingdom with resources and activities. Learn about these incredible animals with videos, educational activities, coloring pages and other free resources.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Butterfly Wonderland - Your Rainforest Adventure From Home!
Butterfly Wonderland

We know you can’t visit the Butterfly Wonderland right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t experience the wonders of the Rainforest! During our temporary shutdown, we’ll be sharing all kinds of educational content for kids (and adults!) who are at home learning, keeping you updated on what our animals are doing, and asking for your help to keep the butterflies, our butterfly farmers, and all the rainforest animals at Butterfly Wonderland healthy and strong through our “2 Tickets To Go” program. See it all now at: butterflywonderland.com/rainforestadventure

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Aircraft Control Surfaces and Vocabulary
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

A four page document with labelled diagrams of the various control surfaces of aircraft as well as a definition sheet.

Science - STEM - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Capital Region Tutors Incorporated - Online Tutoring
Capital Region Tutors
We offer online tutoring in all subjects and all grade levels including SAT/ACT Tutoring.
 
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
History in a Haversack School Program
Carlyle House Historic Park - Alexandria, VA

Your students will step into the past when they visit the Carlyle House. Learn about the events that led up to the American Revolution and Carlyle House’s involvement. Or see objects recovered through archaeology which reveal the intimate details of everyday life at Carlyle House during the 18th century. Each program meets Virginia Standards of Learning.

Please email carlyle@nvrpa.org for more information about this program.

History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Discovery Through Trash Virtual School Program
Carlyle House Historic Park - Alexandria, VA

During this one hour experience students will view and discuss 18th century artifacts uncovered in the excavation of the of the Carlyle House. Students will investigate the objects use and purpose within the Carlyle Family and learn how artifacts found in everyday household trash, paired with 18th century primary source documents, opens a window into the lives of people in the past. The remainder of the program is spent touring the historic house and discussing where the artifacts may have been found and how they would have been used by the Carlyle family and their slaves. (SOL: VS.1, VS.4, USI.5c)

Please email carlyle@nvrpa.org for more information about this program

This program can also be done in very small groups in person.

History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Museum to go!
Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Enjoy all of the museum’s digital resources, online programming, and traveling programs when you can’t or aren’t able to visit our location!

 
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Learn Foreign Languages at Carousel of Languages!
Carousel of Languages

Available for the first time nationally, online, Carousel of Languages teaches 11 languages to children from 3 months to seven years old, through live, interactive lessons with no more than five children per class. Formerly available only on-site at the company’s Madison Avenue flagship in New York City, the exclusive program uses a proprietary curriculum and custom-designed materials to help children learn the language of their heritage or prepare them to be citizens of the world. 

Carousel of Languages will offer a 15% discount for a full year registration and their exclusive Carousel Gift Package to parents devoted to their child’s education in their foreign language study.  Carousel lavishes families/students with so much because they are committed to a long term engagement.

To register, please visit https://carousellanguages.com/registration-portal.

Academic - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
$
Library Resources for Educators
Central Library - Buffalo & Erie County Public Library System
Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Challenge Island - Greater Alexandria: Home Island Virtual S.T.E.A.M. program
Challenge Island - Greater Alexandria

Experience STEAM classes online with Certified Challenge Island teachers. Where engineering meets imagination using 21st century skills.

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Challenge Island virtual STEAM hands-on workshops
Challenge Island - Oakland County East

Challenge Island's virtual workshops teach kids about STEAM fundamentals, cross-curricular topics (geography, history, literature) and teamwork and perseverance through fun hands-on activities!  Each workshop is approximately 60 minutes long, and kids will use their creativity to solve STEAM "challenges" that we present to them, using everyday materials.    

We have several workshops available for students ages 4-14, covering a variety of themes ranging from amusement parks to historical disasters to "superstars" of science/music/sports and much more!  To see the full selection and register, click on our link, or check out our Facebook page here to see examples of some of our recent workshops.

Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Challenge Island - Rockland NE Bergen: STEAM
Challenge Island - Rockland NE Bergen

Introducing Home Island, Virtual Learning from the World's #1 STEAM Program: Trying to navigate your "new normal"? - Have some "co-workers" who crave engagement? Want to provide them with authentic and hands-on learning experiences? Need a little time to get your own work done??? Challenge Island has you covered! The world's #1 STEAM program is now offering virtual STEAM enrichment via classes, Girl Scout workshops, family fun nights, birthday parties, and even corporate STEAMbuilding!

Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Chariot Learning - Free Practice Online SATs and ACTs
Chariot Learning
Work now to be ready for the June tests. Take a official, full length SAT or ACT under proctored conditions in the comfort of your own home or other quiet location, and find out your score as soon as you are done!
 
Tutoring
High School
Children's Museum of Atlanta In-Person Programs & Exhibits
Children's Museum of Atlanta

Experience our educational programs and exhibits in-person!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Children's Museum of Atlanta Virtual Programs
Children's Museum of Atlanta

Our educational programs are perfect for the living room or the classroom. 

 
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
STEM Enrichment Series
Children's Science Center Lab

Join the Children's Science Center Lab for our STEM Enrichment Series, a 6-week program designed for 3rd through 5th grade students to apply concepts they learn in school to project-based challenges using critical thinking, research, and data sharing. 

 

This online, limited capacity series begins on September 14 and runs through October 26th with an optional "Fun Day" on Monday, October 12 (Indigenous Peoples' Day and school holiday).   

 

Our program reinforces Virginia State Science Standards of Learning (SOLs) through exciting demonstrations, hands-on experiments, engineering projects, and group discussion!  This series was specifically developed to keep kids on track with science through distance learning. 

 

Students receive a STEM Enrichment kit that includes materials for each daily STEM challenge, a science notebook to record observations, step-by-step instructions to complete each challenge, and more!  Kits will be available for pick up September 11 and 12 at the Children's Science Center Lab. Each child must be registered individually and have their own screen. A sibling discount is offered. Member discounts are applied at checkout.

 

Science - STEM - General
Late Elementary School
$
Children's Science Center Lab - Virtual Lab
Children's Science Center Lab

The Children’s Science Center is continuing to fulfill its mission of inspiring a love of learning STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) by providing unique opportunities to explore and create virtually. The experienced team of STEM educators are creating experiential videos including demonstrations, DIY experiments, keeper talks, and Budding Bookworm programs reading to kids. These videos can be found on our YouTube channel and social media.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Classroom Antics
Classroom Antics

We offer two types of Virtual STEAM programs:

STEAM Camps that meet for two hours a day Monday-Friday

Coding Club that meets once per week for an hour a day

Virtual STEAM Camps

Virtual STEAM camps are live, interactive, and a great way to fuel your child’s passion for learning. Our virtual camps are a great way to learn new tech skills or sharpen existing ones. As a leader in the STEAM education space for over 10 years, we know what makes STEAM camps great. These camps in Game Desing, Minecraft Coding and Stop-Motion Animation offer a high-quality curriculum delivered by professional teachers in a fun engaging way. Now add in friends with similar interests and you have camps that kids can’t wait to take after-school!

Virtual Coding Club

Virtual Coding Club is a fun way to learn to code in a social, after-school setting. With numerous interactive, online lessons that can be self- or expert-led, Virtual Coding Club is the most versatile way to learn to code using JavaScript. Just choose the best option for you.

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Code Ninjas Arundel Mills
Code Ninjas Arundel Mills

Code Ninjas Arundel Mills teaches children programming languages. These include: Python, JavaScript, LUA and many more. These skills are taught through a game based curriculum that is both systematic and engaging! 

STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
#NowYouCode #triCODEtreat activity
Code Wizards HQ

 As we're gearing up for Halloween, why not try your hand at coding! Develop your very own candy collecting game with instructions from CodeWizardsHQ! 

STEM - Computers
CodeWizardsHQ Summer Coding Camps and Classes
CodeWizardsHQ Live Online Coding Classes for Kids and Teens

Learn to program from the experts this summer! CodeWizardsHQ has 5+ years of online programming education experience.  Their proprietary tools, refined online teaching methods, and genuine educators make them the best online coding program around. Their extensive support network of students and teachers alike helps students feel connected, motivated, and supported throughout their journey. Classes are 3 weeks which meet once per day Monday - Thursday.  Students learn Python, Scratch, HTML/CSS, JavaScript & more. Certifications are awarded upon course completion.  Early bird pricing and sibling discounts are available.  Learn more: https://codewizardshq.com/summer

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Misc
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
CodeWizardsHQ Live Online Coding Classes for Kids (Ages 8-18)
CodeWizardsHQ Live Online Coding Classes for Kids and Teens

CodeWizardsHQ is the leading online coding school for kids and teens ages 8-18. We deliver the most fun and effective live, online coding classes which are designed to give our students the programming knowledge, skills, and confidence to thrive in a digital world. 

CodeWizardsHQ was created by a father for his daughter and has evolved into a platform that serves kids and teens around the globe. Our mission is to prepare students for success in the digital world by teaching them how to code.

The magic happens in the classroom where our exceptional teachers use a student-first approach to teach real programming languages like Python, Java, HTML/CSS, and JavaScript. Each of our online coding classes is tailored to engage elementary, middle, and high-school students with a pop-culture themed curriculum that is comprehensive, developmental, challenging, and yes, fun!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Misc
$
CodeWizardsHQ: Live, Online Coding Classes
CodeWizardsHQ Live Online Coding Classes for Kids and Teens

In response to current events, many schools have closed and kids are at home. To support both students and teachers during this trying time and provide engaging learning opportunities, CodeWizardsHQ has added daytime classes, created new schedules that work for kids’ current situation, and temporarily lowered prices. We hope this helps your kids continue to pursue education while school is not in session.

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Virtual Coding classes for all levels
Coding with Kids - Austin

At Coding with Kids your child can learn while creating the games they love & more! Roblox, Minecraft, Scratch, Python, C#, Java. 40+ engaging LIVE online coding after-school classes. All skill levels. Ages 5-18.

STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Coding with Kids
Coding with Kids - Denver
Global Coding Academy for Kids & Teens. Live Online as well as in-person in many local areas.

 
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Virtual Family Spanish Program
Colors of Spanish
We know that your family is going to have a wonderful and enriching experience until we can all come together in classes again!
Our Family Spanish Program gets you and your child or their provider moving, and interacting in the language as language modelers for our youngest learners. This 45-minute program is filled with music, movement, stories, and plenty of laughter and fun!
We will be charging a monthly subscription for each program, which includes the option to attend 1 or 2 classes per week. Your student will also have access to a Program Resource page for that level, with the songs, a weekly class video in case you can not attend and additional materials to be created and added to.
The subscription can be canceled at anytime and since we know that schedules are in flux, students can mix-up which classes they attend in a given week.
A monthly subscription is for a parent/guardian plus a child.
we know that your family is going to have a wonderful and enriching experience until we can all come together in classes again!
Tuesdays | 9:15am (Pacific Time)
Thursdays | 9:15am (Pacific Time)
Academic - General
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
$
Spanish for 5-8 yrs old
Colors of Spanish
We know that your family is going to have a wonderful and enriching experience until we can all come together in classes again!
Our virtual Mariposa's class consists of 55-minute classes based on a thematic curriculum and incorporating interactive activities designed to get students participating in the Spanish language in a supportive and dynamic atmosphere that will build confidence and enjoyment with the language.
We will be charging a monthly subscription for each program, which includes the option to attend 1 or 2 classes per week. Your student will also have access to a Program Resource page for that level, with the songs, a weekly class video in case you can not attend and additional materials to be created and added to. The subscription can be canceled at anytime and since we know that schedules are in flux, students can mix-up which classes they attend in a given week.
Mondays | 1:15pm (Pacific Time)
Mondays | 2:30pm (Pacific Time)
Tuesdays | 1:00pm (Pacific Time)
Wednesdays | 1:15pm (Pacific Time)
Wednesdays | 2:30pm (Pacific Time)
Thursdays | 1:00pm (Pacific Time)
Academic - General
Misc
Early Elementary School
$
Orugas- Spanish for 3-5 years old
Colors of Spanish
Orugas's class is BACK!!
We know that your family is going to have a wonderful and enriching experience until we can all come together in classes again!
Our virtual Preschool & TK Program aged children can meet twice a week. Each meeting of 45 minutes will be full of activities, including circle time, music, stories, movement, and art – that allow children to familiarize themselves with the Spanish in a natural and positive environment filled with motivation.
We will be charging a monthly subscription for each program, which includes the option to attend 1 or 2 classes per week. Your student will also have access to a Program Resource page for that level, with the songs, a weekly class video in case you can not attend, and additional materials to be created and added to. The subscription can be canceled at anytime and since we know that schedules are in flux, students can mix-up which classes they attend in a given week.
https://www.colorsofspanish.org/
 
Mondays | 1:00pm (Pacific Time)
Tuesdays | 10:15am (Pacific Time)
Wednesdays | 1:00pm (Pacific Time)
Thursdays | 10:15am (Pacific Time)
Academic - General
Misc
Preschoolers
$
Comprehensive Learning Services- Online Enrichment
Comprehensive Learning Services

We are pleased to offer numerous programs to support children’s academic, social and emotional development. Educational therapyTest PrepExecutive FunctioningSocial Skills InstructionSpeech & Language TherapyParent SupportToddler/Caregiver Enrichment.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Tutoring
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo
Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo

Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo's Distance Learning Programming gives students in Connecticut and beyond an opportunity to learn about our amazing animals, their remarkable behaviors, and more from the Zoo's Animal Care Specialists. All without leaving their classrooms or homes!

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Lollypop Homework Help: private tutoring, live on Zoom
Cooking Round The World

Tutoring services last 1.5 hours, for 1 month. One on one help with the tutor, any grade. Perfect for children with learning challenges or children with specific subject areas that need strengthening. Option of 3 or 5 days a week. A “good job!” lollypop mailed at the end of each month. $75/day. 

Academic - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Lollypop Homework Help: semi-private tutoring, live on Zoom
Cooking Round The World

Homework help services lasts 1.5 hours daily, for 1 month period. 3 children are helped in a pod, same grade; does not have to be same school. Options of 3 days or 5 days of homework help. A “good job!” lollypop mailed at the end of each month. $40/day. 

Academic - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
LIVE Virtual Coding Class - CBL Online Academy
Creative Brain Learning

coding kid  

LIVE Virtual Computer Coding Class. This introduction to computer coding lets participants explore basic concepts of coding using an easy-to-learn visual block based programming language developed by MIT! Join us for the fun and create your own computer programs. Participants will be able to create interactive projects, animations, movies, music videos and video games. Perfect for ages 7-13.

March 2021 class runs from March 2nd - March 23rd, meeting every Tuesday from 3-4pm PST. 

April 2021 class runs from April 6th - April 27th, meeting every Tuesday from 3-4pm PST

Cost: $59

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Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
ONLINE Art Portfolio Preparation for Teens
Creatively Wild Art Studio
Meets ONLINE Fridays @ 4:30pm-6:30pm (NY/ Standard Eastern Time)  via Zoom

Suitable for Teens 14-16 yrs

Working on a Portfolio? This class will be designed around the specifications outlined from the school you are applying to. Please have your college guidelines for your first session so you can discuss with your tutor and plans & sessions can be planned for the date for your application. Lessons are tailored around each student’s individual portfolio requirements. This class is invaluable for those building a portfolio, designed for advanced Teens with a prior art experience. Create a unique portfolio of work with the guidance of a professional tutor, hone skills & techniques, choose authentic personal subject matter to give your pieces a unique flavor . Devise distinctive work that will make your portfolio stand out from the rest. We have had huge success with former students getting into prestigious schools like La Guardia.

Limited availability for this class in order to focus on each student.

We encourage you to bring personal ideas, inspiration and/or subject matter to class that means something to you, choosing subject matter that is important to you will help you create a more personalized authentic portfolio. Your instructor can guide you as you progress.

Art supplies are NOT included in your online class fee.

Visual arts / crafts
Middle School
High School
$
SAT ACT Test Prep, K-8 MATH/ English Program, High School MATH Tutoring
Curie Learning of Apex

Curie Learning of Apex is your learning partner in Apex, Cary, Morrisville and Raleigh area. We offer Online, or in person afterschool enrichment programs for K-12 students. Our academic programs are advanced and offer rigor to consistently learn and score at your best. Our SAT, ACT Test preparatory programs offer great value using a structured approach and help increase your score and help pursue your college dreams.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Online Exhibitions
David J. Sencer CDC Museum

Online exhibitions are featured here. This content is based on the museum’s physical exhibitions, to help educate visitors about CDC. Many of these exhibits highlight the agency’s work in the United States and around the world, while others explore broader public health themes related to CDC’s work.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Animation Classes- Movie Making- Cartoon Making
Daydreamer’s Academy

 Learning Movie Making- Cartoon Making

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Denver Options Enrichment
Denver Options

Denver Options will continue to offer a free curriculum library.  They will post lessons for enrichment activities and offer optional Video meet ups for social time and sharing.  They will also be handing out supply kits for art and science, and computers as needed. 

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
ENCHANTING EDUCATION: DENVER ZOO VIRTUAL CLASSROOM
Denver Zoo

Looking for ways to get your mischievous little monkeys motivated to learn online? Just add REAL monkeys—plus all of the other amazing animals in our Virtual Classroom! With virtual safaris, animal demonstrations and engaging wildlife-themed activities, this innovative program invites kids to engage their inner scientist. Kids can even participate in regular Zoo Challenges which encourage them to solve a real-world animal care problem. In the process, they’ll learn to make observations and ask questions as they use real science to work towards a creative solution! A great tool for parents and educators alike, it’s available online anytime

Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Detroit Zoo Virtual Ventures
Detroit Zoo
Join the Detroit Zoological Society for free, self-paced virtual programs including exciting animal-related content, expert interviews, hands-on activities, and much more.
Academic - General
Nature
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Excavating Dinosaurs
Dinosaur Discovery Museum

Grades: 2 – 5
Duration: 45 minutes
Students will learn what fossils are and how they are formed, how a paleontologist finds and excavates them, and what tools and techniques are used. They will hear stories from the field, see actual dinosaur specimens, and get a behind the scenes look at the museum collections room and lab where fossils are prepared.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
What is a Dinosaur?
Dinosaur Discovery Museum

Grades: PreK – 2
Duration: 30-40 minutes
Streamed live from the gallery of the Dinosaur Discovery Museum, students will learn about what separates dinosaurs from other prehistoric animals, what fossils are and how they are made, and get up close with the specimens on display using observation and pattern recognition skills to uncover connections between prehistoric and modern dinosaurs.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
$
Online Tutoring with Disciplined Minds
Disciplined Minds Tutoring - Tampa

At Disciplined Minds Tutoring, we believe that nurturing an insatiable curiosity and developing life-long learning strategies are crucial to your child’s success both academically and beyond the classroom.
 
We offer a wide variety of tutoring services, including elementary to high school subject tutoring, standardized test preparation in the SAT, ACT, and HSPT, and college-level assistance.

We operate on an appointment basis. You can schedule an appointment with us by either going online to disciplinedmindstutoring.com or reaching out to an Administrative Assistant via call or text to (813) 254-5437.

Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Tutoring
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Discover The Universe: Astro at Home
Discover the Universe

Free online astronomy mini-courses for kids aged 8-12. Join us every weekday at 2 p.m. (EDT) for 30 minutes of educational fun. We'll cover a wide variety of subjects and often have fascinating guest presenting.

Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Discovery World @ Home
Discovery World - Milwaukee, WI

Discovery World is bringing the fun and learning to you! Throughout the week, you will find experiments, investigations, and design challenges that you can do with materials that you probably already have around the house.

 

History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
EBL Coaching Westchester
EBL Coaching Westchester

EBL Coaching specializes in one-on-one and small group tutoring for students in grades preK-12 using research-based, multi-sensory techniques. EBL Coaching specializes in providing one-on-one, multi-sensory tutoring that is individualized according to the needs of each student. We focus on teaching students in grade preK-12 fundamental skills that are essential for success in school, including reading, writing, reading comprehension, math, study strategies, focus, and motivation. We also offer specialized programs for students with ADHD and Learning Disabilities. We begin with an assessment of each student to determine his or her strengths and weaknesses and the most appropriate methods.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Tutoring
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Interactive Distance Learning
Elachee Nature Science Center

Elachee has packaged a selection of its most popular field trip and outreach classes. Each 50-minute program combines video instruction and live virtual interaction with an Elachee instructor. 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Virtual Learning and Study Skills Seminar for Parents
eLearnED Leaders
Study Skills Seminar for Parents. Strategies and tips to navigate the complexities of online learning and support your child's academic success with a learning specialist. Help your children to build a foundation for learning.
 
Learning Strategist and Academic Success Coach, Joanne Dominico shares proven tips that helpls parents get their kids back on track this school year. 
 
The seminar will focus on these topics:

How to help your child thrive while doing in person or virual learning - from tech needs to school supplies

How to establish routines and get children off of their screen and going to be bed at a decent time

How to set up a dedicated learning space, reducte distractions, and increase productivity

Learn how to keep your child motivated and engaged to learn

How to re-focus on prioritizing self-care in order to optimize children's brains for learning

How to balance working form home while supporting your child

Resources such as checklists, study schedule templates and more will be provided

NOVEMBER 19, 2020 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm  $59 plus HST  Register at: info@elearnedleaders.com

 


Academic - General
Tutoring
Misc
Adults
$
Expert Tutor Karin McKie
Expert Tutor Karin McKie

Need expert assistance writing college application essays, as well as preparing for standardized tests? I’m a seasoned educator and online learning expert, with oodles of references outlined at Karin McKie dot com.

College application essays are due soon. As a professional writer and editor, I will help your college-bound students brainstorm, write and edit compelling primary and supplemental essays.

I also coach learners preparing for PSAT, SAT and ACT test success, including teaching a quick and easy reading comprehension technique. I work with ISEE, HSPT, GRE, GMAT and LSAT test-takers too.

Contact me to create a dynamic virtual learning package!

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Theater
Tutoring
Middle School
High School
Adults
Virtual Content from Fairfield Museum and History Center
Fairfield Museum and History Center

Online programs, events, and exhibitions will continue to amaze, educate, and engage! Please visit our website and like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay up to date on all of our many upcoming virtual programs.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Focus Online, LLC
Focus Online, LLC - Albany, NY

We offer 1-1 tutoring and online support services to students from Kindergarten to High School.

Academic - General
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Frog Tutoring - Free Online Classes Led by a Live Instructor for K-12
Frog Tutoring

Frog Tutoring, LLC now offers free online K-12 classes in Math, English Language Arts and Science led by a live instructor to help students across the country continue their educational pursuits while the country faces the COVID-19 pandemic. Highly qualified tutors will be leading classes for students in the foundational subjects as many schools throughout the country are not able to offer online classes to their students or have suspended school until the fall. Frog Tutoring will be utilizing a structured curriculum from CK-12.org Education Foundation and offering over 290 classes targeting different subjects and grades. CK-12.org is one of the leaders in providing online grade specific educational content and often used by students who are homeschooled. Registration begins Monday, March 30th and classes are scheduled to run through May. Students can register for classes at https://frogtutoring.com/elessons. Classes will be held 1-3 times per week for a minimum of an hour utilizing Zoom, which allows for teacher and student communication, content and screen sharing facilitating an interactive learning experience for the students. Instructors of the online classes will be tutors employed by Frog Tutoring who have been carefully vetted, maintained a 3.5 grade point average and passed a background check. All tutors are volunteering their time to make sure no student is left behind. Families will receive an email after each online session from the tutor summarizing educational content allowing parents to know the concepts that are being covered.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
FuncoderZ - FuncoderZ Coding Classes
funCoderZ Coding Classes

Coding Concepts through Gaming in Scratch (Grade 3 to 8, 10 classes - 45 min each class)

This package is designed for incoming 8th, 9th and 10th graders who want to take advanced computer science courses in high school. Students are taught the concept and given home assignments to practice, which are reviewed in the next class. Languages used for the course is Java, and students will be in small groups of 2-3. A laptop or desktop (Windows or macOS) is required.

$329.00

Academic - General
STEM - Computers
Tutoring
Middle School
High School
$
Future Holders Online
Future Holders

Future Holders is an online curriculum platform for over 2000 K12 lessons that develop financial skills, entrepreneurship, and leadership development through social emotional learning and cultural competency. Lesson content is flexible and easy to implement in home, group, or school settings; keeping learning relevant and fun!

Academic - General
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Camp Galileo Anywhere
Galileo Camps

SMALL CLASSES. INSPIRING INSTRUCTORS. AMAZING PROJECTS. CAMP MAGIC.

With an exciting range of online classes for kids in Kindergarten through 8th grades, Camp Galileo Anywhere brings the quality educational programming and fun of award-winning Camp Galileo virtually anywhere.

Each live online class has been thoughtfully designed to inspire innovation, boost creative confidence, and encourage independence—all with a curriculum built around easy-to-find household materials. Virtual camp sessions range in duration from a single hour to five 3-hour session experiences and are led by Galileo’s signature experienced and personable instructors who make every child feel seen, successful and special.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Genesee Country Village & Museum - Focused Field Study: Mystery Object #3
Genesee Country Village & Museum

Our latest installment in our Focused Field Study program guides kids through deductive reasoning and the basics of archaeological and sociological exploration, all while uncovering the mysteries of history!

This video series, accompanying lesson plan, and at-home guide help students get curious about the objects from the past and those around them today.

Head to our Family Fun & Learning web pages and start discovering today with Mystery Object #3 in the series!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Learning Resources at bush41.org/education/overview
George H. W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum

Welcome from the education program of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum! It is part of the Library and Museum’s mission to encourage students of all ages to learn more about the Presidency, the First Lady, American history, and government. We are now offering virtual education programs; such as, premier education programs, storytelling programs, distance education reservations, plus much more! 

Visit bush41.org/education/overview

 

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Tutoring
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Fort Bend Connection
George Ranch Historical Park

Fort Bend Connection: A multimedia educational offering of the Fort Bend History Association. Things look a little different in the classroom this year and we want to help! Together with the Fort Bend Museum and the George Ranch Historical Park, our team has launched the Fort Bend Connection project to bring Texas and Fort Bend County history to your family/classroom this year. The plan has multiple components tailored to your curriculum, including free educational videos and worksheets aligned with TEKS objectives and rentable boxes that include a number of different hands-on historical activities.

History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Fort Bend Connection
George Ranch Historical Park
Things look a little different in the classroom and with homeschooling this year and we want to help! The Fort Bend History Association and the George Ranch Historical Park have launched the Fort Bend Connection project to bring Texas and Fort Bend County history to you this year. The plan has multiple components and includes free educational videos and worksheets aligned with TEKS objectives and rentable boxes that include a number of different hands-on historical activities.
History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
At-home Learning with Georgia Aquarium
Georgia Aquarium

What better way to continue your education and keep kids’ curiosity piqued than to adventure with Georgia Aquarium from afar?

  • Join us daily and weekly for live streaming events
  • Get regular updates on our animals
  • Download lesson plans and resources
  • Learn about all the animals in our facility
  • And much, much more

Please check back regularly for new content and updates

Science - STEM - General
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
German for Kids and Adults! Online classes
German School of Connecticut

Ther German School of Connecticut is going virtual for the fall semester. We offer German language instruction for children age 2 through high school and adults.  Class sessions are on Saturday mornings, targeting students new to the German language as well as students already used to speaking and/or listening to German.

Students up to age 6, will meet in online micro-groups of up to 3 students per session to provide an even more individualized learning experience than in our regular classroom. Based on the age appropriate attention span, these short micro session will be up to 30 minutes.

Students age 6 through 11, will meet in two small groups of up to 6 students. Each groups can expect a 60 minute small group session plus a 20 minute whole class session. 

Students age 12 and up, as well as our adult learners, will be meeting as a whole class, in breakout sessions for group activities, and in one-on-one sessions for the duration of their regular Saturday morning sessions.

 

Academic - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
German-Texan Heritage Society, Austin, TX: German Language Classes
German Texan Heritage Society

Classes generally meet once per week for an hour and a half. Courses at GTHS are aligned to the levels of proficiency, FitA1 – C2, as described by the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR). Courses are offered during a 16-Week Fall and Spring semester. Due to cover-19 we will offer shorter classes. We offer Homeschool and Kinder classes. Our Kinder Advanced classes (ages 8 – 14) are for children who can already read and write in their native language. These courses require an amount of time outside of class as homework is assigned weekly. Following the completion of Kinder – Advanced, interested participants who keep up with coursework and participate in class are prepared for the Fit in Deutsch A1 Goethe Institute exam for teens. The courses follow chapter 1 – 6 of Logisch! neu – A1 course book and workbook in the Fall and chapters 7 – 12 in the Spring. No worries, your teacher will give you all the details. Note that the texts required for the course are not included in the tuition. Please order your (2) books online. Descriptions are under the registration links.

Academic - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
girls + data
girls + data

girls + data is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) with a mission of increasing data literacy at a younger age and providing middle school girls with hands-on learning opportunities in STEM careers in data analytics. 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Middle School
$
Give Physical Computing a Go!
Gizmo Cats

Learn by doing a fun hands-on physical computing activity an electronic bread-boarding hardware components and interacting with your software.

This workshop gets you up and running with a Raspberry Pi Single Board Computer. Will teach you basic electronics concepts, electronic components & breadboard wiring, and interface to control a video game character on the Raspberry Pi.

 

PrerequisiteA Raspberry Pi Single Board Computer with an Electronic Breadboard, and with wires, electronics components (LED, Resistors).

Also need additional monitor and keyboard/mouse.

Please Contact Now to register your interest BEFORE purchasing one a Raspberry Pi Kit costing ~US$90.

From "Target" or from "Amazon" or any other sources,

Fishpond.com.au, or AltronicsCore Electronics with parts.

 

Once registered, payments may be transferred to:

In USA: www.venmo.com/GizmoCats - +1 (650) 302-1490

paypal.me/GizmoCatsUSA - oscar@gizmocats.com

or Zelle® 

 

Australia Bankwest Gizmo Cats (ABN 27 788 609 256)

Australia and outside US: paypal.me/GizmoCats - info@gizmocats.com

 

All Ages 10+ years - kids, teens, parents & adult

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Learn to Code - Block Programming or Python Programming
Gizmo Cats

Learn coding. Hands-on programming workshops for those who want to learn coding. No idea about coding or even how start to "Code" or "Program" or what's the difference? Parents, grand-parents and their children, or just interested adults who wish to learn how to code should attend.

 

Prerequisite:

None - Kids, Teens, Adults - "Families coding together, staying together."
No computer coding knowledge required but must have basic computer skills.

 

To participate please check that your device can access via your Browser https://scratch.mit.edu/ "Create" and "Join Scratch" - you may need to configure your device (e.g. need Adobe Flash)

 

Once registered, payments may be transferred to:

In USA: www.venmo.com/GizmoCats - +1 (650) 302-1490

paypal.me/GizmoCatsUSA - oscar@gizmocats.com

or Zelle® 

 

Australia Bankwest Gizmo Cats (ABN 27 788 609 256)

Australia and outside US: paypal.me/GizmoCats - info@gizmocats.com

 

Ages 7 to 70 years old

{Under 10 years must be supervised by parent/guardian}

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Codey Rocky Robotics
Gizmo Cats

You'll need a robot - Contact Now to register your interest

Next 5-day class, August 12, 2020 at 10 am PST (Wed-Fri, Mon, Tue)

 

Learn by doing a fun hands-on physical computing activity using your Codey Rocky Robot. - See YouTube Gizmo Cats Channel

You'll be having fun with your smart and cute robot by telling it what to do using block programming (Scratch-like) or Python Language. You will learn robotic sequencing concepts, conditionals, and physical sensing feedback.

 

The Codey Rocky robot is designed to teach the concepts of Physical Computing using the robot hardware and software.

 

As soon as you take this little "person" out the box, it’s apparent how cute Codey Rocky is. And yes, I’m calling it a "person". The little person has too much personality to be just an "it". Technically, there are two separate parts. The ‘face’ is Codey, a detachable controller that you code, while Rocky is the vehicle that transports Codey.

 

PrerequisiteA Codey Rocky Robot.

Give the online software a go! It is very similar to using Scratch (or download the software to your device).

Please Contact Now to register your interest BEFORE purchasing one from " Amazon" or the "Robot Shop" or any from any other sources. A Codey Rocky costs ~US$99.

 

Once registered, payments may be transferred to:

In USA: www.venmo.com/GizmoCats - +1 (650) 302-1490

paypal.me/GizmoCatsUSA - oscar@gizmocats.com

or Zelle® 

 

Australia Bankwest Gizmo Cats (ABN 27 788 609 256)

Australia and outside US: paypal.me/GizmoCats - info@gizmocats.com

 

All Ages 7+ years - kids, teens, parents & adult

{Under 10 years must be supervised by parent/guardian}

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Scratch Online Coding Club
Gizmo Cats

 Fun, Informal Code Club

Have Fun! Hands-on programming workshops for those who want to learn basic coding. Great place to start if you just want to get started. Coding using Scratch online.
Parents, grand-parents, other adults are welcome with children.

 

Prerequisite: None - This is a great place to start your first online coding journey. No computer programming knowledge required but basic computer skills desirable. From here you may ask questions and you'll receive answers and additional information of other FREE online information.

 

To participate please check that your device can access via your Browser https://scratch.mit.edu/ "Create" and "Join Scratch" - you may need to configure your device (e.g. need Adobe Flash).

 

Code Club Donation - suggested Friend donation of $25 or more per session transferred to:

 

In USA: www.venmo.com/GizmoCats - +1 (650) 302-1490

paypal.me/GizmoCatsUSA - oscar@gizmocats.com

or Zelle® 

 

Australia Bankwest Gizmo Cats (ABN 27 788 609 256)

Australia and outside US: paypal.me/GizmoCats - info@gizmocats.com

 

Kids, teens, parents & adults

{Under 10 years must be supervised by parent/guardian}

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Home School Academy Online classes for 7th-12th grades
Greater Rochester LEAH (Loving Education at Home)

Choosing to HOMESCHOOL your 7th-12th grader and need help?  The HOME SCHOOL ACADEMY has partnered with families to do what is difficult to do at home through our classes in Rochester for 14 years, and our teachers are among the best!  Adjusting to the current challenges, we now have ONLINE classes that include: 3 levels of Writing/Lit, Countries and Cultures, Governments and Election, Computer Science, Creative Coding, Microsoft Office, Health, Economics, Latin A & B, Studio Art, Art thru the Ages, Visual Communication through Art, and Music Appreciation. Our classes are taught by real teachers, they are not just a list of assignments.  We have class once a week on Tuesdays for 28 days through the school year, and the students do the work and turn in assignments in between classes.  We give you grades based on your work for us, and you add them to your quarterly reports for your school district as you desire.  Each class is based on the teacher’s own style and descriptions can be found on our website: https://www.homeschool-life.com/ny/homeschoolacademy/.  Orientation day is Sept. 15, and classes start on Sept. 22.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Misc
Middle School
High School
$
Greenways Academy- Online School/ Full time or Part time
Greenways Academy

We offer an alternative online school. We personalize classes to fit your students needs and learning style. We offer 5th - 12th grade. We can create a path towards a high school diploma or fill in where credits are deficient

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Middle School
High School
$
HealthWorks! Kids' Museum St. Louis- Classroom Connect
HealthWorks! Kids' Museum St Louis

The virtual HealthWorks! classroom, connecting families and classes to fun, interactive health resources including virtual lessons from our very own High Flying Kid Motivators!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Sports
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Hey! Let's Code Fall Classes!
Hey! Let's Code
The team at Hey! Let's Code is excited to announce our Fall Classes!
We've been working hard on expanding our curriculum to four classes: Scratch, Web Development, Python, and Roblox for students aged 7-15 and are looking forward to teaching our new classes throughout the school year from 4 to 6 PM PST.
Our Upcoming Classes For This Month:
Our classes go for 2 hours a day from 4 to 6PM PST / 7 to 9PM EST
Python - August 31st to September 4th
Scratch - September 7th to September 11th
Web Development - September 14th to September 18th
Roblox - September 21st to September 25th
Thank you for the great summer and like always email us at heyletscodecamp@gmail.com to signup and check out our website at www.heyletscode.com
Looking forward to teaching your students to code!
Academic - General
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Virtual Learning
Humber Arboretum

Grow Anywhere:

Virtual Learning with the Humber Arboretum 

 It's an incredible experience to learn in nature, but that doesn't mean the learning has to stop when you go inside. Whether you're at home, in your residence room, at the office, or in the classroom, explore this content from the Humber Arboretum and beyond to keep your knowledge growing.

Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
educational webinars
Huntington Learning Center - Williamsville

View webinars on educational topics from navigating remote K-12 learning,  SAT/ACT preparation, ADHD best practices and more.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Live online kids coding and digital design classes - Icode Pittsburgh
ICode Pittsburgh

Do you want to learn how to code in a fun way? We got Game Design, Roblox, Minecraft, Java, Python, and so many more modules to help you in an after school 2 hour live online course. Are you more artistic? We have Digital Design, Youtube Production, 3D printing, Digital Music modules. We teach innovation, thinking about the box and other soft skills because that is what you need for future work in the computer science world. Choose from over 20 modules. Every month you are able to follow a different module. Fun live online classes Monthly payment Easy setup Ages 8-16 Please use Icode Pittsburgh as your campus.

 
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
iCode Pathways Program (Ages 8-16) | ONLINE
iCode San Antonio

Description

PROGRAM: 

  • Instructor-led, online classes
  • One 2-hour class per week

ONLINE COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

  • Mac or Windows PC only
  • Webcam
  • Stable internet connection with access to Zoom Video Conferencing
  • Other supplemental software and hardware (details provided after enrollment)

DESCRIPTION: 

The iCode Pathways program, offered both online and onsite at iCode locations, consists of 9 computer science categories, each with a series of four-week courses that are hosted in two-hour weekly sessions. Each pathway is designed to develop an in-depth set of skills around a topic, however, the program allows students the flexibility to self-select courses between paths and develop a broader set of skills as their interests progress.

Students will benefit from an exceptional proprietary curriculum, interactive and collaborative teaching methodologies, and hands-on experience with design and development tools. Through today's popular platforms such as Roblox, Minecraft, Digital Arts, YouTube, Python, Java, and more, students in the Pathway program gain a comprehensive foundation in computer science.

9 PATHS TO CHOOSE FROM:

  • 3D Printing - Build Your 3D Printer | Product Design | Product Modification | Functional Prints | Art | Make Your Own Action Figure
  • Python - Building the CrowPi | Python Basics | Game Creation | Robotics |Web Scraping | Program Architecture
  • Roblox - Game Creation | Art & Design | Programming With Lua | World Building & Monetizing
  • Digital Arts - 2D & 3D Modeling | Photo Editing | Processing Programming | Modern Art
  • Java - Basic Java | Minecraft Mods | App Dev With Java | Data Structures 1 | Data Structures 2 | OOP
  • YouTube - Launch Like A Pro | Stop Motion Animation | Video Editing | Digital Music & Audio Editing
  • Minecraft - Basic Java | Art & Design | Adventures In Modding | Modding In Java
  • iSports - PC vs Console | Streaming | Fortnite + RL | OMPG | Tournament Creation
  • iCodeHack - UX Design | Front End Dev | Back End Dev | Project Manager & Researcher

 

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Misc
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Integral Steps
Integral Steps

Integral Steps is excited to offer interactive synchronous online programming via Zoom to learning pods, microschools, and individual families searching to supplement their current learning situation in Fall 2020. As a community-based nonprofit, we offer need-based scholarships to families and students to ensure equitable access to the highest quality education.

Academic - General
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Virtual Lectures
Ireland House Museum

Virtual Lectures

The Museums offer lecture presentations on topics relating to Burlington's culture and heritage, and our historic sites Joseph Brant Museum, and Ireland House Museum. In-person lectures are not available while physical distancing measures due to COVID-19 are in place. Please contact museumeducation@burlington.ca if you would like to arrange a lecture via Zoom. The cost is $75 + HST.

The Ireland Family

Joseph Ireland arrived in Canada in 1819 from Yorkshire, England. He purchased 100 acres of land in Burlington the same year, and over his lifetime accumulated just over 1,065 acres of land. He built Ireland House on Guelph Line between 1835 – 1837, and four generations of his family lived in the home for 150 years. Today, Ireland House stands as a reminder of Burlington’s agricultural history, and life during the Victorian era. Learn about the Ireland family, and take a virtual tour of Ireland House during this presentation.

Joseph Brant: The Legacy of a Historical Figure

Learn about the life and career of Joseph Brant, Thayendanagea. From his early childhood in the Mohawk Valley, Upper New York State, to his rise to the rank of Captain in the British Army, we will explore the milestones in his personal life and military career, and his arrival here in Burlington. We will also take a look at his influence on the development of Burlington, and the Museum which bears his name.

Early Burlington

Discover the history of Burlington, from the earliest inhabitants, to the arrival of Joseph Brant, to the hey-day of the Brant Inn. We will trace the growth and development of the City through milestones, touch on the lives of prominent Burlington citizens, and take a look at the historic buildings that are scattered throughout the City.

History / social studies
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Virtual Badge Programs
Ireland House Museum

Museums of Burlington offers virtual badge programs based on the Girl Guides of Canada ‘Girls First’ Program and the Scouts Canada Program via Zoom video conferencing platform. Leaders will be provided a PDF package with program materials. Prior to the program booking, leaders will be asked to email the package to all participants. A list of craft supplies and/or household items required for the program will also be included in the package. Some programs may include an optional add-on activity kit for an additional charge.

The cost is $90 (up to 15 participants), and $9 for each additional participant.

  • Duration: 1 hour

For more information or to book your program, contact an Educator today at 905-332-9888 or email MuseumEducation@burlington.ca

Academic - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Virtual Home School Programs
Ireland House Museum

We are currently offering Virtual Homeschool Programs.

These programs include an activity kit to be picked up at Ireland House Museum before the program booking. A list of craft supplies and/or household items required for the program will also be included in the kit. Programs are run through Zoom video conferencing platform.

Cost: $30 per family/group (2 adults and up to 4 students; additional $10 per extra student)

Program length: 1 hour

Availability: Weekdays between the hours of 9:00 am and 2:00 pm.

Please see below for current programs being offered and to register.

History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Virtual Field Trips
Ireland House Museum

Museums of Burlington offers curriculum-based virtual field trips for in-class and/or remote learners on the video conferencing platform of your choice.

Reserve your virtual field trip date and time here. You will receive a confirmation and one of our Museum Educators will contact you to confirm any details and method of payment.

Teachers will be provided a PDF package with program materials to prepare in advance of the booking date. A list of craft supplies and/or household items required for the program will also be included in the package. Some programs may include an optional add-on activity kit for an additional charge.

Cost: $135 for up to 30 students (additional $5 per extra student)

Program length: 1 hour

Availability: Weekdays at 10:00 am or 1:00 pm

Please email museumeducation@burlington.ca with any questions or special requests.

History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Beginner Italian For Kids 6-10 years old
Italian Cultural & Community Center
Italian Kids' Classes are back!
Do you want your kids to start speaking Italian this school year? We have got you covered! Come learn the basics of writing and reading in Italian, preliminary grammar, Italian culture, geography, history, and regions.
When: Saturdays from September 12th to October 17th| 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Tuition: $90 ICCC Members | $100 Non-Members
The ICCC is funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance
Academic - General
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Virtual Lectures
Joseph Brant Museum

The Museums offer lecture presentations on topics relating to Burlington's culture and heritage, and our historic sites Joseph Brant Museum, and Ireland House Museum. In-person lectures are not available while physical distancing measures due to COVID-19 are in place. Please contact museumeducation@burlington.ca if you would like to arrange a lecture via Zoom. The cost is $75 + HST.

The Ireland Family

Joseph Ireland arrived in Canada in 1819 from Yorkshire, England. He purchased 100 acres of land in Burlington the same year, and over his lifetime accumulated just over 1,065 acres of land. He built Ireland House on Guelph Line between 1835 – 1837, and four generations of his family lived in the home for 150 years. Today, Ireland House stands as a reminder of Burlington’s agricultural history, and life during the Victorian era. Learn about the Ireland family, and take a virtual tour of Ireland House during this presentation.

Joseph Brant: The Legacy of a Historical Figure

Learn about the life and career of Joseph Brant, Thayendanagea. From his early childhood in the Mohawk Valley, Upper New York State, to his rise to the rank of Captain in the British Army, we will explore the milestones in his personal life and military career, and his arrival here in Burlington. We will also take a look at his influence on the development of Burlington, and the Museum which bears his name.

Early Burlington

Discover the history of Burlington, from the earliest inhabitants, to the arrival of Joseph Brant, to the hey-day of the Brant Inn. We will trace the growth and development of the City through milestones, touch on the lives of prominent Burlington citizens, and take a look at the historic buildings that are scattered throughout the City.

History / social studies
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Virtual Badge Programs
Joseph Brant Museum

Museums of Burlington offers virtual badge programs based on the Girl Guides of Canada ‘Girls First’ Program and the Scouts Canada Program via Zoom video conferencing platform. Leaders will be provided a PDF package with program materials. Prior to the program booking, leaders will be asked to email the package to all participants. A list of craft supplies and/or household items required for the program will also be included in the package. Some programs may include an optional add-on activity kit for an additional charge.

The cost is $90 (up to 15 participants), and $9 for each additional participant.

  • Duration: 1 hour

For more information or to book your program, contact an Educator today at 905-332-9888 or email MuseumEducation@burlington.ca

Academic - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Virtual Home School Programs
Joseph Brant Museum

We are currently offering Virtual Homeschool Programs.

These programs include an activity kit to be picked up at Ireland House Museum before the program booking. A list of craft supplies and/or household items required for the program will also be included in the kit. Programs are run through Zoom video conferencing platform.

Cost: $30 per family/group (2 adults and up to 4 students; additional $10 per extra student)

Program length: 1 hour

Availability: Weekdays between the hours of 9:00 am and 2:00 pm.

Please see below for current programs being offered and to register.

History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Virtual Field Trips
Joseph Brant Museum

Museums of Burlington offers curriculum-based virtual field trips for in-class and/or remote learners on the video conferencing platform of your choice.

Reserve your virtual field trip date and time here. You will receive a confirmation and one of our Museum Educators will contact you to confirm any details and method of payment.

Teachers will be provided a PDF package with program materials to prepare in advance of the booking date. A list of craft supplies and/or household items required for the program will also be included in the package. Some programs may include an optional add-on activity kit for an additional charge.

Cost: $135 for up to 30 students (additional $5 per extra student)

Program length: 1 hour

Availability: Weekdays at 10:00 am or 1:00 pm

Please email museumeducation@burlington.ca with any questions or special requests.

History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Kate's Online Tutoring
Kate's Tutoring

Small group or one on one -- let me take on the virtual requirements of school!

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Theater
Tutoring
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Virtual Curator Conversations
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

These live educational discussions led by museum professionals are 30 to 45 minutes long and can be modified to fit the age range and background knowledge of your group.

Topics Include:

 Science

Fossils – What fossils are, how they are formed, where they are found, what they can tell us
Dinosaurs – What dinosaurs are, major groups of dinosaurs, what happened to them
Animals – Any number of animals, or ecosystems in general
Insects – What insects are, impact of insects on our planet, diversity of insects
Mammoths – The discovery, archaeology, and study of the Schaeffer Mammoth
Basic Evolution & Adaptations – Basic concepts, evidence of evolution, adaptations in animals

 

Art

The Color Wheel – The many uses of the color wheel and how it helps artists
Artists & Nature – How artists are inspired by the natural world around them, includes famous examples
Frida Kahlo for Beginners – The life and artistic style of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo

 

Anthropology

Wisconsin American Indian Nations – The history and relationships of local nations of Wisconsin
Anishinaabe Nations – Traditional life ways of the Potawatomi, Ojibwe, and Odawa nations
Fur Trade Era – The characters, history and significance of the Fur Trade Era in Wisconsin

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Animal Adaptations
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: 2 – 5
Duration: 45 minutes
Using real specimens from the museum’s collection, students will learn what adaptations are and how animals use them, use reasoning and observation skills to work like a field zoologist, and introduce students to the concept of natural selection.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Importance of Insects
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: K – 3
Duration: 30-40 minutes
Through the teaching collection at the museum and our live insect ambassadors, students will learn about what insects are, where we find them, why they are important to life on our planet, and what we can all do to help them out. Programs between November 10 – January 7 will also include a look at the traveling exhibit, Small Wonders: Insects in Focus.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
$
Exploring Animals
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: Preschool – Kindergarten
Duration: 30 minutes
This program explores animals from around the world. There are a variety of themes to choose from –  forest, arctic, ocean, and lake – all of which feature their own unique songs and stories along with real specimens from the museum’s collection.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
$
The Art of Scientific Sketching
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: 3 – 12
Duration: 40-50 minutes
Students will explore Audubon’s print and accompanying text for Goshawk, Stanley Hawk, located behind the scenes of the Museum, and then use scientific sketching to observe the natural world around them, particularly trees.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Surrealists on Paper
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: 3 – 9
Duration: 45 minutes
Students will learn about key concepts in Surrealism during the early 20th Century, explore several works of art by Miro, Dali and Chagall in the Museum’s galleries, and then create their own artwork based on Surrealist characteristics.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Masterpieces of Kenojuak Ashevak: A Modern Printmaking Pioneer
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: 1 – 6
Duration: 40 minutes
Students will learn about Inuit artwork, explore several works of art by Konojuak Ashevak in the Museum’s collection, and then use her techniques to create their own arctic bird artwork.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
American Indian Stereotypes
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: 5 – 10
Duration: 30 minutes
Students will engage with each other in an educator-facilitated discussion examining the ways imagery, mascots, movies, and stereotypes influence how we view American Indian cultures and people.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Archaeology Around the World
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: 3 – 8
Duration: 30-40 minutes
Students will think like archaeologists as we travel virtually around the world investigating important historical sites and artifacts.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Potawatomi and the Trade
Kenosha Public Museum - Kenosha, WI

Grades: 1 – 5
Duration: 30-40 minutes
Students will explore the Kenosha Public Museum’s 18th Century trading post as they learn all about the role of the Fur Trade in the lives of the Anishinaabe people of the Great Lakes.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Kids STEM Studio, Chicago - Online Virtual Classes and Camps
Kids STEM Studio, Chicago

Looking for ways to spark your child’s interest in STEM while staying home? Our online camps and classes for students in grades 1 to 7 ignite learner’s enthusiasm and creativity as well as high-order thinking skills. 

Our self-paced classes are customized to meet kids’ curiosity in STEM, to encourage lifelong preparation and learning for the future.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
KidsHomeCamp.com - Saint Louis
KidsHomeCamp.com

Our goal is to give work from home parents a chance to focus on work while keeping the kids happy and entertained by alternating between exercise and exploration of various subjects, drawing and even home work time. Ages 4-9.

Please see site for up to date pricing. Currently from $85/week for 2 hours each day.

Academic - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Tutoring
Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Math and Reading Program
Kumon Math and Reading Center of BROOMFIELD

What is the Proper Study Approach for students?

Highly Recommended Reading List for your pre-schoolers, kindergarteners, elementary, middle- and high-schoolers

Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Science, Dissections, STEM, and Robotics Classes (Virtual with kits included or in lab)
Little Beakers Science Lab for Kids
  • Learning gained from hands-on experimental activities will be enhanced through the use and/or the study of:

    • STEM, engineering & robotics projects

    • Microscopes and other lab equipment

    • Preserved specimens for dissections

    • Atoms and molecular building models

    • The periodic table

    • Key historical scientists and inventors

    • Real lab experiences / field trips for the older students

  • Complete transcript of material covered that can be used for credit provided upon request

  • Kits provided at the beginning of each month for students enrolled in our virtual classes

  • Three levels available

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Little Beakers- Houston: Live Virtual Classes- Live at the Little Beakers Labs
Little Beakers Science Lab for Kids

Several live sessions available throughout the week. Curriculum, procedures, and reports email directly to our parents prior to their virtual live session. Little Beakers Scientist conducts all sessions and answers all questions live while conducting the experiment at the same time with students. Different sessions for different age groups.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Little Beakers Labs - Live Virtual Dissections
Little Beakers Science Lab for Kids

Now offering DIGITAL DISSECTIONS! From the safety and comfort of your home, simply join a Little Beakers scientist in a LIVE Zoom dissection session. Frogs, sharks, snakes, stingrays, lamprey fish, pig hearts, and pig brains. Internal and external anatomy reports will be provided for each participant!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
little town christian robotics academy - Homeschool Online Classes
Little Town Christian Robotics Academy

The classes we offer are core subjects for all grade levels.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Tutoring
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Lively Minds Tutoring - At-Home Learning Bootcamp
Lively Minds Tutoring

The Lively Minds At-Home Learning Bootcamp is a 45-minute, online course that empowers students for distance learning success. Students in grades 5-12 will learn how to limit distractions, create study schedules, organize materials, and learn virtually. You will also receive a guide, checklist, and other printable materials to use for at-home learning. If you'd like additional support, we are also offering a one-hour online coaching session with one of our professional educators, who will help your student implement the strategies.

Academic - General
Tutoring
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Lumen Learning Center- Remote Tutoring Online
Lumen Learning Center

Lumen Learning Center is now offering Remote Tutoring for grades K-12. Keep your students caught up with their studies, protecting their educational future.

Students connect with their tutor using free online conference software like Skype or Zoom for private learning sessions or group classroom style learning.

Contact us for more information.

Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Mad Science of Pittsburgh - Mad Science TV
Mad Science of Pittsburgh
Our Mad Science TV programs are modified versions of the Mad Science programs that you know and love. We've added new experiments, adapted hands-on activities to use items that you have at home, and have put your favorite instructors like Miss Meg, Mr. Eric, Mr. Will, and Miss Amanda on the big (or small) screen! Special appearances from our lovely children (furry and human ones), who are yup, are at home with us just like yours!
 
Science - STEM - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Mad Science of Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill - Virtual Classes & On Demand Programming Games
Mad Science of Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill

LIVE ONLINE SCIENCE CLASSES, ON DEMAND PROGRAMMING GAMES, SCIENCE KITS AND MORE!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Mad Science of Western NY - Mad Science Virtual Birthday Parties
Mad Science of Western New York

Celebrate your child's special day without compromising on safety!

Host the perfect party with all of their friends, at a distance.
Sit back and enjoy the engaging, live virtual show (45 mins) that is sure to delight your party guests, from the comfort of their own homes.

How It Works:
Step 1: Book your party
Step 2: Tune in and celebrate your child's birthday

Our Virtual Parties Start at $125

Science - STEM - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Mandarin Discovery School - Virtual Mandarin lessons
Mandarin Discovery Preschool
Mandarin Discovery School is offering Mandarin lessons through face time, skype, zoom. Virtual lessons can be done with individual tutoring, small groups.
 
Academic - General
Tutoring
Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Manners4Minors Online
Manners4Minors Canada

Manners4Minors offers Fun, Interactive, online lessons for kids aged 3-7 years, as well as being a great resource for parents.

The ten-week course (requiring minimum parent input and time) includes the following topics:

Introduction to the Puppets

- Magic Words

- Caring & Sharing

- Where are my Manners

- Whining & Nagging

- Building my Armies

- Me, Me, Me

- Good & Bad Secrets

- I'm Scared

- Piggy Bank

included in each lesson topic there is at least a 20-minute interactive video clip from Miss Manners as well as fun stories, songs, and printable worksheets.

For more information please visit http://www.manners4minors.ca

Academic - General
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
$
FREE Mini Spanish Lesson - Los Colores! with Mariposas Spanish School
Mariposas Spanish School for Kids

¡Hola amigos! Join us for an on-demand lesson about the colors in Spanish! Together we'll dance, play games, and learn about los colores. Afterwards you can print off our flashcards and continue practicing at home!

Academic - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Mathnasium@home
Mathnasium Learning Center - Pittsford-Brighton
  • You get the same instructors and Mathnasium Method™ as at our center, but online, in real-time.
  • Learning can happen anywhere there's an internet connection.
  • Your child can attend regular sessions from the comfort of your home.
  • It's safe and secure, and there are no additional costs.
Mathematics
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Live, online math instruction with local instructors from your own home
Mathnasium Learning Center - South Jordan

 

Same great instruction from the security of your own home!

Scheduled 1:1 connections just for your student! Let us make a difference THIS MONTH!

Mathematics
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Mathnasium of Apex: Offering live-stream and in person sessions!
Mathnasium of Apex

Whether your child is attending school this fall or taking classes online, they’re still coping with learning loss due to the pandemic. Academic experts agree that math has been the hardest hit subject. Because math knowledge is cumulative, this loss must be remedied before students can move forward. The time to fix it is now.

Mathnasium’s Kickstart Program was designed specifically to reverse “COVID slide” learning loss, with live, face-to-face instruction and custom-built learning plans to get your child back on track and ready to tackle challenging new concepts. They can learn in our center or live online with Mathnasium@home.

Mathematics
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Middle School Math Tutoring & Enrichment
Mathnasium of Montgomeryville

Mathnasium offers middle school students math tutoring and enrichment, homework help, and test prep services in convenient 60 minute sessions.

Mathematics
Tutoring
Middle School
$
Middle School Math Tutoring & Enrichment
Mathnasium of Montgomeryville

Mathnasium offers middle school students math tutoring and enrichment, homework help, and test prep services in convenient 60 minute sessions.

Mathematics
Tutoring
Middle School
$
Elementary Math Tutoring & Enrichment
Mathnasium of Montgomeryville

Mathnasium offers elementary school students math tutoring and enrichment, homework help, and test prep services in convenient 60 minute sessions.

Mathematics
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Share the passion for Math!
Mathnasium of Mount Lebanon

LEARN HOW MATHNASIUM@HOME WORKS

Highly trained, caring instructors from our centers use the Mathnasium MethodTM to tailor online math tutoring sessions to your child’s exact educational needs.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Microsoft Store - Free Virtual Workshops and Trainings
Microsoft Store

Connect live with Microsoft Store associates for online training and solutions for working and learning from home. Get started with these 3 easy steps:

1. Choose your local Microsoft Store
To select a virtual workshop or training, you’ll need to enter your city, state, or postal code below and select your local store.

2. Select a virtual workshop or training
Choose from a variety of workshops or trainings on the calendar for students, educators, and small businesses hosted by local Microsoft Store experts.

3. RSVP
Register for a virtual workshop or training. Once registered, you’ll receive a confirmation email with details on how to join.

 

Keep students focused
Students ages 8 and older can join interactive workshops like Code Your Own Video Game or Start Your Own Business. 
 
Ramp up remote learning
Educators can learn how to use Microsoft Teams to connect with students. Schedule meetings, use online tutorials, and more.
 
Master working from home
Connect live with Microsoft Store associates for online training and solutions for working and learning from home.
 
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Tutoring
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Milwaukee Public Museum - Community of Curiosity
Milwaukee Public Museum

Every month, we'll bring you new videos, activities, and information about one of our beloved exhibits. Whether you come visit us in person or enjoy monthly programming from home, you're sure to be included in a community of people curious about the natural world and are ready to explore!

In addition, on this page you'll find dynamic content previously featured on our Discover MPM at Home webpage, for your continued enjoyment with friends or family.

Don't forget to check back each month for new exhibit-themed content. Tap into your curiosity and have fun! 

For September, we're looking at all things flora and fauna in Wisconsin!

Academic - General
Reading
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
MindHub - Coding For Kids - School Year Virtual Classes
MindHub - Connecticut

MindHub is the first innovative coding club for kids & teens in the age of 6 up to 18 years. Our courses help children develop their own logical and analytical thinking by studying the fundamentals of programming. We believe that digital skills are the main prerequisite for success in the professions of the future. Our mission is to funnel children's interest in technology in a direction which would help them master basic digital skills and competences along with logical and analytical thinking necessary for the success in any field. We work on an original curriculum, entirely project-oriented, which allows children to begin their studies with us at the age of 6 years, and complete them with learning a programming language at the age of 10 years. Methods and tools that we work with are extremely innovative and developed specifically for teaching children programming, which is also consistent with the age of the children, and presented in an interesting way in the program. With a lot of passion and innovation, we create an environment where children stand out!

Study with MindHub

The methodology Mindhub uses to teach children computer programming is based on gamification and working into small teams on variety of projects and games. Kids gain experience which is very important for the future, creating and presenting their own games and animations, coding robots and their artificial intelligence, working in small groups.

Segmented curriculum

In our coding classes we use our proprietary innovative curriculum, specifically segmented for the age and the abilities of the students. The MindHub Curriculum is segregated into 6 segments - Age 6-7, Age 8-9, Age 10-11, Age 12-13, Age 14-15 and Age 16-18. The segment depends on the age when the kids enter into our curriculum (all the curriculums are end to end).

Curriculum - https://mindhub.us/program

Register for Free Live Demo Lesson - https://mindhub.us/demo/hall/mindhub-online-connecticut

Register for Free Demo workshop - https://mindhub.us/workshops/hall/mindhub-online-connecticut

Register for Upcoming Coding Courses- https://mindhub.us/groups/pending

Mindhub operates in 7 countries, 32+ locations and trained over 5000+ students.

STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
ANA eLearning Academy
Money Museum

Enjoy live online courses and lectures from fellow collectors, American Numismatic Association members and experienced numismatists. FREE and open to the public. Register now – space is limited! Can't wait to get started? Explore the ANA's recorded webinars here! 

Academic - General
History / social studies
Visual arts / crafts
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Museum of Design Atlanta - Online Young Architects Society: Learning from Nature
Museum of Design Atlanta
A series of meetings where students will learn how architects work and design their own buildings and cityscapes, focusing on the relationship between nature and the built environment The end result being the ability to think like an architect or urban designer and know how to design environmentally-friendly buildings and cities.
Every Monday from 2-4 PM, starting April 20 and ending May 18.
 
 
Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Museum of Design Atlanta - Online Minecraft Meetups: Sustainable Architecture, Coding, and More
Museum of Design Atlanta

We're inviting young designers ages 9+ to join us on a MODA Minecraft server to learn about topics likes sustainability, regenerative design, and coding every Thursday and Friday for free! They'll be working on a multiplayer server open only to the MODA community — and all that is required is Minecraft: Java Edition.

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Virtual MOSI in Motion Science Lab
Museum of Science and Industry

Do you miss taking field trips to the museum?  Let us bring MOSI directly to you -- Virtually! MOSI offers virtual content-driven, interactive , live STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) programs led by fun and engaging MOSI instructors on ZOOM.

Science - STEM - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
National Gallery of Art - Ten Digital Education Resources
National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery of Art offers learning resources and programs for audiences of all ages. To support parents and their children, teachers, students, and caregivers alike, our educators created this selection of activities, lesson plans, films, and other materials for learning at home.

Academic - General
Visual arts / crafts
Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
National Museum of Women in the Arts - The ABC Curriculum & Video Clips
National Museum of Women in the Arts

The ABC curriculum comprises fourteen lesson plans, high resolution images, artists’ biographies, book-making instructions, and a vocabulary list. Lesson plans and vocabulary lists are available in English and Spanish versions.  https://artbookscreativity.org/curriculum/

Explore our library of short video clips related to the ABC curriculum. Clips by artists, teachers, writers, and students demonstrate book forms and art media; offer suggestions for developing text and images; and ideas for integrating visual arts into the core curriculum. https://artbookscreativity.org/multimedia/

Academic - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
National Scholastic Chess Foundation- Chess Classes for Every Ability
National Scholastic Chess Foundation

The NSCF is now offering LIVE chess lessons using zoom as a way to continue teaching chess to students. Each class features lecture time, supervised play and then some time for reviewing games and Q&A.

Academic - General
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Distance Learning at New Covenant Nursery School
New Covenant Nursery School

Two Program Choices for Fall 2020!

New Covenant Nursery School is proud and excited to announce two preschool programs being offered this fall! Our staff has been hard at work planning programs that meet a young child’s need for individual attention and community connection in their early educational experiences, while still providing for their personal health and safety.

Families can opt for either a traditional in-person experience featuring our unique individualized program, now with additional health and safety protocols due to COVID-19. Or, families can opt for a distance learning experience featuring a carefully curated online classroom specifically created for New Covenant students, an optional weekly Zoom meeting, and weekly postal mailings. 

Click this link to read all about these two wonderful one-of-a-kind opportunities: https://newcovenantnursery.files.wordpress.com/2020/07/ncns-2020-2021-distance_traditional-learning-programs-1.pdf

Take a virtual tour of our space: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=729472894515405

Academic - General
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
$
New England Chess School- Online Chess School
New England Chess School

New England Chess School offers virtual classes for youth ages 5-14. Classes are a fun, rewarding, and engaging experience for kids to learn chess in a focused classroom setting. Our certified chess coaches will work with your student to develop their chess ability, to help them develop maturity and to learn life lessons through their efforts. An emphasis on ‘life skills’ is at the core of what we do at New England Chess School. Chess classes are structured around six progressive levels of chess knowledge that guide students from the basics to a more advanced understanding of the game of chess. Kids who participate in our classes and summer camp will get to play in United States Chess Federation (USCF)-rated chess tournaments.
Learn more and get registered at www.chessne.com

 

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Education Programs Cottrell Digital Studio
Northeast Georgia History Center

The Cottrell Digital Studio provides free digital programs to all Georgia schools and homeschool groups. Students can interact with a historic character through a Live Webcast, take a guided tour of our exhibits through a Virtual Tour, and watch our original and entertaining series of Webisodes.

History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
After-School Career Experience Program
OmniLYF

A virtual career experience program where students get real-world experience in multiple different engineering or business professions so they can decide which career path they want to pursue in college.

Program Dates: October 5th - November 20th

 

Eligibility: The OmniLYF Programs are available for students who are juniors in high school through juniors college.

This program includes 7 weeks of real-world projects, training, discussions with professionals, resume building, and interview prep and practice.

Projects will cover areas including mechanical, civil/structural, electrical, and chemical engineering for the engineering experience.

Projects will cover areas including marketing, accounting, finance, and business consulting for the business experience.

All projects will be completed working virtually.

Networking will be conducted through video conferencing with professionals.

Your experience will be extremely effective in enhancing your resume and your applications to schools, scholarships, internships, and full-time jobs.

Students will be expected to work between 6-10 hours a week including guaranteed 1-hour meetings twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday Evenings (managers will be available 5 days a week).

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
High School
Adults
$
Science at Home
Ontario Science Center

Science is everywhere, and learning can happen anywhere

We’re bringing the Science Centre to you! From DIY experiments to science activities to educational resources, we’ve got you covered.

Explore the science around you. Whether you’re in the kitchen or the backyard, there are lots of opportunities to ask questions, make observations and test theories.

 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Virtual IEP review and consultation!
Open Doors Educational Advocates

Back to school is always a challenge for students with special needs, but this year is even more confusing!  In person, virtual, or hybrid learning all have their pros and cons.  If you need help coming up with supports that will best meet your child's needs, contact Open Doors Educational Advocates!  We can review your child's IEP and ensure that they receive the services to meet their needs in whatever is the best setting for them.  Give us a call at 845-978-7970, email at trieshaopendoors@gmail.com, or reach out on Facebook Messenger.  We're here to help families navigate the challenges of special education!

Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Thousands of online classes from Outschool
Outschool

We offer unique online classes from hundreds of independent teachers. Our classes meet via group video chat. Outschool teachers determine their class offerings. Our 50,000+ unique classes span all subjects and reflect the diversity of our teachers.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Martial arts
Sports
Tutoring
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Pam's Reading & Math Lab
Pam's Reading & Math Lab

One on One online instruction for those in 1st - 4th Grade who want to catch up or keep up or move ahead in Reading, Language Arts or Arithmetic.

$20 per one hour session

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Virtual learning option for 2020-2021
Pathway School

Pathway educates and equips students who struggle in a traditional classroom by providing them with skills and strategies to grow academically, socially, and spiritually. Pathway School builds confidence, social skills, and academic success in a safe, Christian environment for children with learning challenges.  We recognize each child’s unique qualities, gifts, and needs, build upon their strengths and overcome barriers to learning. Our teachers use programs and research-based teaching strategies targeted to meet the needs of children who learn differently; all to ensure a positive future for each child we serve. 

Each student has a unique learning profile complete with strengths, weaknesses, and interests. At Pathway, we take time to understand children, develop programs, and continually tweak instruction based on the individual.

  • Upon entry, students are assessed to determine their ‘just right’ instructional level in core subjects.
  • Student progress is monitored and instruction is changed to either reinforce or advance concepts as needed.
  • Parents are seen as experts on their children and valuable partners in the education of their child.
  • Students are assessed to determine their learning style and given instruction in learning strategies that best match their learning style.  
  • Teachers incorporate multiple learning modalities into each lesson.
  • Students are taught to advocate for themselves.
  • Students are assessed in executive functioning skills to determine their relative strengths and weaknesses in the nine areas of executive functioning.  Teachers use this information to guide instruction.
  • We intentionally expose children to a variety of experiences, including performance, artistic, musical, and athletic opportunities to discover their gifts and interests.
  • Student work and projects are matched with student strengths and affinities.
  • Class size is kept to a maximum of 12:1, often with smaller groupings in core subjects to best target individual needs.
  • We don’t expect students to sit still for an entire day or even an hour.  Movement and music are frequently incorporated into lessons and breaks are given throughout the day.
  • Students are taught about the brain and learn how to respect the differences in others’.
  • The staff meets weekly as a team to discuss student concerns and needs for enrichment or intervention.
  • Technology is integrated through our 1:1 laptop program.
  • Social skills are taught using researched-based curriculum.
  • Student strengths are identified, nurtured, and celebrated.
Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Piedmont Wildlife Center - Owl Bomb Experiences
Piedmont Wildlife Center - Durham, NC

Tired of your basic online meetings? Want to surprise your kids or students with an owl? Piedmont Wildlife Center has you covered! For a small donation, you can have one of our owl ambassadors join your online meeting! We are able to visit most video conferencing apps, such as Zoom, Google Hangouts, WebEx, or Skype. We'll be focusing on conservation and education of the ambassadors during each experience.

$25-$150 depending on experience

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Virtual Learning
Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium

Our Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium Education Specialists now offer interactive classroom programs featuring encounters with live animals, biofacts, and more for school groupssenior homes, and adult community groups! 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Play-Well TEKnologies- STEM using LEGO: Online
Play-Well TEKnologies-separated listings by city

Play-Well classes are going virtual! Tap into your imagination from the comfort of your own home with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor and simple pieces from your own LEGO® collection- all while connecting virtually with your friends and classmates! Students will explore their creative boundaries, learn new building techniques, and connect their projects to practical real-world STEM concepts, all with a focus on open-ended builds that do not require special LEGO® pieces.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Former English Professor Tutoring Test Prep, Speed-Reading & More
Prince Learning

I'm Norman Prince, founder of Prince Learning, a former English professor, and a master tutor with more than 9,000 hours of tutoring and three decades of teaching experience. Reach your potential by working one-to-one with a passionate, highly experienced educator.

More details at princelearning.com

ONLINE TUTORING AVAILABLE: Skype and other remote tutoring options available

FREE CONSULTATION: Contact me to schedule a complimentary 30-minute consultation. Learn more about my programs and how I work, and get personalized feedback and answers to any questions you might have.

BENEFITS

-TEST PREP: Clients typically improve from the top 15% to the top 5%, with almost 1/3 reaching the top 1% or 2% on the SAT, ACT. I also work with clients on Verbal (Reading and Writing) sections of many other tests.

-SPEED-READING: More than triple your reading rate (increase by 350-400%) with equal or better comprehension in just 6 to 8 hours of tutoring plus outside practice.

-STUDY AND LEARNING SKILLS: Bolster your concentration, comprehension, retention, and note-taking skills, improving your performance and grades.

ADDITIONAL SERVICES include writing, grammar, and vocabulary tutoring on clients' academic and professional work.

-The best books, tests, and instructor-written guides provided

EXPERIENCE

I was an assistant professor of English at Skyline College, and I taught through Gonzaga University, Stanford University, Foothill-De Anza Community Colleges, and USC.

My areas of expertise include Standardized Test Prep, Speed-Reading, Study and Learning Skills, Writing, Grammar, and Vocabulary.

My clients have included students from middle school to adult levels. My programs are ideal for students, adults, and professionals.

SPECIAL OFFERS

-I offer rate reductions for increasing numbers of hours booked.

-Combination programs are available for multiple tests like ACT/SAT, PSAT/SAT and for speed-reading, study and learning skills, and/or grammar/writing—combination programs qualify for greater fee reductions

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Tutoring
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Puzzle Programs Enrichment & Tutoring: Language Arts Tutoring for Kids and Adults
Puzzle Programs Enrichment & Tutoring

Puzzle Programs offers Language Arts Lessons for both kids and adults. Reading, Writing, Vocabulary, ESL, and Business presentations. We put the Art back in Language Arts!

Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Stay F.R.E.S.H.™ Entrepreneur Program
Read More Co.
The goal of The Stay F.R.E.S.H.™ Entrepreneur Program is to instill within young entrepreneurs (13 to 21) a foundation of how to create and operate their own company as well as the nuances of business. 
Attendees will learn a wide range of business and entrepreneur tactics such as sales, advertising, branding and marketing.
This program is great for young entrepreneurs who already have a business, thinking about and wanting to start a business or completely new to the concept of entrepreneurship!
Academic - General
Reading
Misc
Middle School
High School
$
ACT/SAT Individual Tutoring
Rhode Island Tutorial and Educational Services

Ace the test! Increase your score with personalized attention. Learn test preparation strategies to get your best score. We provide the practice materials and full-length tests with score reports that pinpoint areas of need for instruction to maximize scores.

We offer a 1-to-1 program, so your child gets the exclusive attention of the instructor, all along the way. While delivering and teaching this PSAT/SAT/ACT program.

We also have experience and training working with students with Dyslexia, Anxiety, and ADHD.

Contact us today for a free consultation to learn more about our test preparation package. 

 

Academic - General
Tutoring
High School
$
Dyslexia Support
Rhode Island Tutorial and Educational Services

If your child has special education needs or is struggling to read and write, the RITES Dyslexia division has experienced Orton-Gillingham and Wilson teachers, providing multisensory instruction that works, even with distance learning. Students receive their own “tool kit” of hands-on manipulatives that are used with their teachers for these interactive programs. Direct instruction can be held in 30 or 60-minute sessions.

Set your kids up for success this school year with a RITES certified, experienced teacher that specializes in working with dyslexic and ADHD students. 

Contact us today for a free consultation!

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Individual Personalized Tutoring
Rhode Island Tutorial and Educational Services

One size does not fit all when it comes to individual tutoring. Personalized attention is key to tapping into students’ natural abilities while addressing any challenges, transforming them into successful lifelong learners. 

We provide academic assistance from skill-building in all subject areas to helping students and families keep track of their assignments, time management, and prioritizing. RITES can help with tools to keep kids focused with online schoolwork.

RITES supports students throughout their academic careers in:

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Rochester Museum and Science Center Online Programs
Rochester Museum & Science Center (RMSC)

Our online programs and classes cover a varitey of science topics. 

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
RVCC Online Nature Education Resources
Rouge Valley Conservation Centre

Spending time in nature has always been an important part of good mental health and well-being. We know that sometimes you can’t get outside but that doesn’t mean that you have to stop learning about nature. Below is a wide range of resources that your children (ages 6-12) can use to learn about our local species. 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
ROM at Home
Royal Ontario Museum

Featuring live discussions, topical Q&As, educational activities, and behind-the-scenes videos from ROM curators and experts, ROM at Home opens the doors to the Museum with programming that is accessible through our website and social media channels.

Academic - General
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
San Jacinto College- FREE ONLINE STEM Classes for 4th and 5th graders
San Jacinto College

FREE ONLINE STEM Classes for 4th and 5th graders from San Jacinto College. Students will learn about space exploration, hydroponics, forces of flight and human health topics. The lessons are tied to the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills to help keep children on track with their school coursework. This online class provides learning and activities that can be done right at home with limited parental involvement and supplies.  Email aerospace@sjcd.edu for a registration packet,   

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Late Elementary School
Scattered Solutions
Scattered Solutions

The fun your kids need at the convenience you crave.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Sports
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Science Museum of Long Island
Science Museum of Long Island

Our afterschool workshops are an excellent way for your child to be actively engaged in all different aspects of science. All workshops offer unique, hands-on learning in a fun and safe environment. To learn more about the individual programs or to register go to our website https://www.smli.org/afterschool

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
A Star Party at Your Desktop: Sky Tonight YouTube Videos
Scobee Planetarium and Challenger Learning Center

The Scobee Education Center at San Antonio College is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults alike by fostering a love for science, technology, and astronomy through hands on experiences and programs at the Challenger Learning Center and Scobee Planetarium. As a result of the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic, our astronomers have turned to YouTube to post videos of our popular Sky Tonight presentations that we would be sharing during the 7:30pm Friday night planetarium shows.  Covering a variety of topics, Michelle Risse, takes you through the program using Stellarium and other resources on this 2D platform.  Follow our YouTube channel and keep up with th enew videos posted each week and you will also see some of the videos in support of our FutureReadySA.org digital badge activities as well.  :)

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
MissionPlus: FREE Digital Badge Activities
Scobee Planetarium and Challenger Learning Center

"The Scobee Education Center at San Antonio College is dedicated to enriching the lives of children and adults alike by fostering a love for science, technology, and astronomy through hands on experiences and programs through the Challenger Learning Center, Micronauts, and Scobee Planetarium programs."  As a result of the constraints of the pandemic, we have stepped up our efforts to post engaging activities that mosty kids can complete at home with materials easily accessible to most families.  Go to the FutureReadySA.org web site, create an account for your child or student and search for "Scobee".  Eleven different digital badge opportunities will appear.  Click on them to get the code to enter and Launch Your learning today!  It's Free!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Sea Smart Sea Sketchers Online Drawing Course for Kids
Sea Smart

Your kids can learn from home with Sea Smart’s Ocean Defender online courses. Our interactive and engaging courses are developed and delivered by Sea Smart’s team of marine biologists and environmental educators! Sea Smart provides all the resources you need to keep your kids engaged and learning at home. 

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
STEMQuest (Virtual)
SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium-UT

StemQuest: 10 week series of learning with a hands on, immersive, interactive learning series hosted by SeaQuest.   10 weeks of virtual meetups where students will be guided through homework assignments by our marine biologists, zoologists, and with guest appearances by our top veterinarian partners around the country

  • One virtual meetup will be joining our veterinarian partners as they make their rounds through one of our locations
  • The 100% virtual version is offered at $74.99. If schools are interested, please contact us by phone to inquire about large group discounts. 
  • Learners will experience everything SeaQuest has to offer. They will learn about food preparation which will include dissecting a squid, they will learn about water testing while swimming with Stingrays, they will learn about mammals environments and preservation while handing feeding otters and sloths. 
  • Students will be given their own SeaQuest learners badge which will include a lanyard with photo of their favorite animal and their first name
Science - STEM - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Teaching Resources - Smithsonian - National Museum of Natural History
Smithsonian - National Museum of Natural History

Featuring more than 200 options, our collection includes science worksheets, videos, and literacy.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Spanish and French Language Lessons
Spanish and French Language Lessons

Online lessons

All virtual classes cover pronunciation, vocabulary, new phrases, practical grammar, and culture through activities, videos, games, songs and other fun presentation elements.

The virtual class options are as follows:

  1. High frequency classes: The class is 20 minutes each day. It can be 3, 4 or 5 times a week.
  2. Twice a week: The class can be 30 or 60 minutes.
  3. Once a week: The class can be 30 or 60 minutes.
  4. Parent + kid: The class is 30 minutes.

 

Class format

Description

Advantages

Highfrequency

20 min / day;

3, 4 or 5 times/week

 

For children as well as adults, having a class every day makes learning smoother and much more consistent. You almost learn like you learned to speak naturally since your early childhood. The class is divided into blocks. Depending on age, the activities are adapted to each student. Broadly speaking, what is covered in the case is pronunciation, dialogue using everyday phrases, phrase learning to understand how to use grammar. All this through images, readings, videos and activities through the computer.

Short but constant practice. The new language gets much closer to being a part of your everyday life.

30 or 60 min,

twice a week

If you have time, twice a week offers both to advance in language learning and to carry out reinforcement activities that help to have greater confidence in the acquisition and use of words and phrases in a new language. The classes offer feedback on what was learned from the previous classes, the new learning of phrases, vocabulary, daily dialogues and through various activities understand the use of grammar, as well as the fun learning of tongue twisters, riddles and popular songs.

Two dedicated days in your week, with a more intensive session but still with sufficient recurrence to let your new language take roots.

30 or 60 min,

once a week

If you don't have time for 20 minutes a day, I recommend that you choose the 30-minute or 60-minute weekly class. This class offers a series of post-lesson activities that help strengthen what you have learned in class. This class is intended for those who wish to advance thanks to their personal dedication in carrying out the proposed activities. The online class therefore offers a few minutes to refresh what was learned the previous weeks and to learn enough new vocabulary and grammar to progress each week.

Economic, paced learning for the long run. You will enjoy escaping to your class once a week to have fun and learn!

Parent + kid(s)

30 min

Parents and children can take a language lesson together. You’ll be surprised how much fun learning together can be! You’ll encourage each other to learn, and at the same time enjoy sharing your thoughts and your successes. If you want to explore a new activity with your kid, or perhaps it’s your kid who wants to spend more time with you, this class offers a unique experience for the family!

Great family learning activity.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Tutoring
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Spectrum of Science Foundation
Spectrum of Science Foundation

We are fully STEAM!! Science and art plus some math too!! We are bringing our awesome hands-on labs to you virtually with a live teacher! Let us make this fall of science dreams & education while playing and making lots of fun hands on activities & creations!

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Stamford Museum & Nature Center
Stamford Museum & Nature Center

Remote Learning Opportunities with the SM&NC

Receive a weekly curriculum via e-mail that adapts seasonal happenings in nature into great standards-based activities to do at home or at a local natural area. Perfect for homeschoolers or families wanting to enhance school learning.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Language Launch
STAR Institute

For verbal children ages 7-9 focused on language stimulation and expansion. All activities are facilitated by a speech pathologist. Each session will include vocabulary building, answering questions, following directions, and auditory memory activities. 

  • 9:00AM - 25 minutes
  • $240/8 sessions
  • Monday-Thursday (2 week blocks, 8 sessions per block period)
  • Session Blocks: 
    • Sept 8-Sept 17 *Only 7 sessions due to Labor Day/reduced pricing
    • Sept 21-Oct 1
    • Oct 5 - Oct 15
    • Oct 19-Oct 29
Academic - General
Reading
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
$
Language Leaps
STAR Institute

For verbal children ages 4-6 focused on language stimulation and expansion. All activities are facilitated by a speech pathologist. Each session will include vocabulary building, following directions, and an early phonics task. 

  • 9:00AM - 25 minutes
  • $240/8 sessions
  • Monday-Thursday (2 week blocks, 8 sessions per block period)
  • Session Blocks: 
    • Sept 8-Sept 17 *Only 7 sessions due to Labor Day/reduced pricing
    • Sept 21-Oct 1
    • Oct 5 - Oct 15
    • Oct 19-Oct 29
Academic - General
Reading
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
$
Virtual and Live Creative Writing Workshops
Stories Served Around The Table Creative Writing Workshop

Four  Stories Served Around The Table Creative Writing Workshops are available virtually. Live presentations can be scheduled in the Long Island and metro New York areas. 

  1. Becoming Daily Bread is an author presentation and reading of how Daily Bread came to be. Listening to stories and understanding the backdrop of place and time are key to weaving a compelling tale. Students are encouraged to participate and brainstorm stories.   Grades 3-8  40 minute class
  2. Journal On! A Writer’s Daily Journal presents the value of daily journal practice for both students and teachers. Journal writing is a creative outlet. With practice, the written words paint the pictures and feel the emotions of the moments. Memories stir. Reflection reveals paths, solutions, and gratitude. Storytelling is born. Students are guided with prompts and strategies to create a means to fit journal writing into their day. Grades 3-8  40 minute class
  3.  Writers Write Workshop presents the core of written storytelling. Compelling personal experience stories, tales told around the dinner table or in the cafeteria, and reminiscences of people who touched our lives all have a voice that draws a reader into the journey. Students have the opportunity to interview, write short narratives, employ editing tactics, and participate in a kind critiquing session. Grades 3-8  40 minute class
  4. Creative Writing And History Workshop takes students through the research process of writing historical fiction. Every major event has had a ripple effect on ordinary people and their stories. Finding and reading through interviews, articles, photographs, and maps are part of the process (and the fun). The styles of dress and hair and what people ate during a specific period provide the details that make a fictional story, in a period of time, believable. Students will brainstorm a premise during an era they are currently studying and use a template to guide the research. Grades 5-9  40 minute class
Reading
Writing
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Strategic Kids Virtual Clubhouse: Chess, LEGO, Magic and Origami lessons On-Demand
Strategic Kids

Strategic Kids Virtual Clubhouse is our entire suite of Chess, LEGO, Magic and Origami lessons On-Demand. That’s available 24/7. The best part is your students can participate from any location and participate in LIVE events each week! Utilizing our story-based curriculum, we offer an active learning platform which is coach-led and self-paced programs that goes beyond a static video lesson. We want to help your students build confidence and increase critical thinking through our STEM based LIVE Camps and On-Demand Classes, helping to avoid the summer slide!

Academic - General
Visual arts / crafts
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Strem HQ: Online Classes for Coding, Multimedia & Robotics
STREM HQ

Tech education with live instruction from our talented instructors. Enriching knowledge providing peer to peer interaction along with live support. Classes in Scratch, Python, Java, Adobe toolset, Robotics, Animation, 3D modeling, and more!

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Holiday Giving Guide for Teachers & Remote Learners
Study.com

A comprehensive guide on what to get for any educator or teacher who has navigated the COVID19 epidemic while teaching. 

Supernow Afterschool
Supernow Afterschool

Create, move, and learn with daily virtual afterschool classes. 

Academic - General
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Sylvan Learning Center of Lee's Summit-Homework Support
Sylvan Learning Center - Lee's Summit, MO

Virtual Homework Support. Monday through Thursday (times vary). We will continue this for the foreseeable future.

Come join Sylvan Learning for virtual homework support!

A live certified teacher will be available to help!

Middle School/High School Homework Support. Monday-Thursday 3-4pm Central

Elementary Homework Support. Monday-Thursday 6-7pm Central

Academic - General
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Sylvan Learning Center of Lee's Summit: Group virtual reading and math instruction
Sylvan Learning Center - Lee's Summit, MO

Monday through Thursday every week. Times vary. This will continue for the foreseeable future.

Come join Sylvan for online virtual instruction! Certified teachers will work on 30 minutes of reading and 30 minutes of math each day with your child!

1st Grade 10-11am Central

2nd Grade 12-1pm Central

3rd Grade 2-3pm Central

4th Grade 9-10 am Central

5th Grade 12:30-1:30 pm Central

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Tampa Bay Tutors - Online tutoring
Tampa Bay Tutors

Online reading, writing, math and study skills tutoring online.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Taylor Made Science - Online College Preparatory Science Classes
Taylor Made Science

College preparatory academic science courses will be available online for the 2020-21 school year. A full range of courses from middle school through high school, including Advanced Placement. Live, once-a-week classes taught by a certified science teacher with over 30 years of classroom experience. A lab supply kit is included so students can do hands on labs and activities together with peers through Zoom classes.

Tuition is based on course.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Middle School
High School
$
Teach Me Wall Street
Teach Me Wall Street

Teach Me Wall Street offers engaging on-line classes that empowers teens and tweens with real world knowledge about money, investing, trading and the role of Wall Street and banks - topics rarely covered in school. Give your kids a distinctive advantage from your couch or living room with these fun, interactive classes:

  • Wall Street 101
  • Budgeting & Beyond
  • Investing, Trading and other Money Matters

Classes begin the week of September 14 and run for 5 - 12 weeks. Separate dates and times can be arranged upon request for pods and private groups.  Learn more at

Academic - General
Misc
Middle School
High School
$
Teacher's Choice Tutoring: Virtual Tutoring
Teacher's Choice Tutoring

Certified and qualified teachers are offering virtual tutoring services Zoom Conferencing in all subject matters at all grade levels.

Academic - General
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Online Animal and Nature Classes
Teachers of Nature, LLC

Teachers of Nature is an online resource for science, animal and nature based classes. We have gathered professionals from all over the United States to teach classes of their expertise. Many of the classes offered feature live animals. Group classes available! 

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
TechGirlz - Free Virtual Tech Workshops
TechGirlz

Free virtual tech workshops for middle school girls, grades 5-8. Girls can learn how to build a website, design a mobile app, manage their cybersecurity, program with various languages such as HTML, Python, and C++ and so much more!

The girls will learn from real industry professionals from the comfort of their own home.

 

STEM - Computers
Middle School
Learn-to-Code Curriculum
Terminal Two
With the motto, Play, it is in our code! we teach fundamental coding concepts through immersive and engaging online games. Built by educators and gamers, we understand what captures kids' attention and how to teach coding concepts in a fun environment! We were recently named the Best New Coding Game in Family Tech by Parents.com.
 
We have also curated a free complimentary educator's guide that presents how the collection of games in Terminal Two can be played independently or progressively to gain exposure to increasingly advanced coding and programming skills, thus offering parents and educators an opportunity to complement students' learning.  Equity is important and as a result, all of our demos are FREE.  
 
Science - STEM - General
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Terminal Two by Endless Educator Program
Terminal Two

Your students love games.  

 You want them to learn. 

 Terminal Two provides high-quality games that equip your kids to learn valuable coding concepts. 

You want Educational results Coding is a 21st-century skill and we know it. Robust educational outcomes, collaboration, teamwork, and logic are some of the benefits of teaching coding skills. You need your kids to have these skills in a computer-driven society and we are here to help. Tests are boring Challenges are fun We don't believe that there is any reason why learning code should be discouraging. Making kids memorize code vocabulary or complete pointless coding tasks is the fastest way to get kids to quit coding before they start. Terminal Two games are engaging and immersive, with coding challenges built directly into the stories and gameplay. It has to be as much fun as the games kids love Kids love to create, and code is one of the most empowering creation tools ever. It equips kids with the ability to create anything from a simple code clock to an entire 3D landscape. 

Terminal Two's games are meant to be hacked, so that your child gains valuable computer science skills while seeing their code change the games themselves. 

 

 Where do I get started? 

 Check out our educator's guide!

 The collection of games in Terminal Two can be played independently or progressively to gain exposure to increasingly advanced coding and programming skills. As players advance from game to game, the programming mechanics in the games also evolve. 

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
TestingMom.com - Free Live Online Classes: home learning classes for kids with experienced teachers
TestingMom.com Houston area

Daily free live classes for kids with experienced teachers. Parents are welcome to join. Class topics include story time, career day, math, teaching your child to read, parent tips for homeschooling, and more.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Science from Home
The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Welcome to our Science From Home page! Here you'll find listings of our virtual programs as well as simple science activities to try at home with your family, coloring pages, outdoor activities to explore the nature around you, and more! We are constantly adding and changing the contents of this page, so check back often!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Online Exhibits
The Apex Museum

Blacks on Stamps: A Celebration of Black History Makers.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
The Art in Science - Chemistry Fun
The Art in Science

The Art in Science is a unique program developed by a scientist and artist to enrich children in various scientific concepts. In the program, the kids learn various science topics with hands on activities that turn into interesting artworks pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.

In every lesson of CHEMISTRY FUN we will study a new concept in chemistry and perform an experiment that will end up being an artwork. Subjects covered are: absorption, chromatography, chemical reaction, state of matter and polarity.

Lesson 1 Organic Chemistry
Lesson 2 Inorganic Chemistry
Lesson 3 Biochemistry
Lesson 4 Physical Chemistry
Lesson 5 Inorganic/Physical Chemistry
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
$
The Art in Science - Astronomy & Meteorology
The Art in Science

The Art in Science is a unique program developed by a scientist and artist to enrich children in various scientific concepts. In the program, the kids learn various science topics with hands on activities that turn into interesting artworks pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.

In OUR SOLAR SYSTEM we will learn about our sun and the planets in our solar system as well as comets, asteroid and astronauts. In every class we will have a fun hands on activity that will help us understand our universe.

TO INFINITY AND BEYOND will take us far far away to explore and discover the wonders of out of space. We will learn about the moon and its phases, will study eclipses, will visit other galaxies and the Hubble telescope and will build a spacecraft. 

How's The Weather? -Meteorology – The science that deals with the phenomena of the atmosphere, especially weather and weather conditions. Want to make a tornado in a jar? Investigate clouds, fog and rainbows? Measure the wind speed? This session is for you! In this class we will review different weather conditions and create beautiful and fascinating weather projects.

There are 5 classes in every session. Each slass is stand-alone and is offered at 1:00 pm PST  and 3:30 pm PST.

Classes starts on Sept 4, 2020.

 

Astronomy I -  OUR SOLAR SYSTEM

Lesson 1 The Sun
Lesson 2
Rocky planets Mercury Venus  and Mars
Lesson 3
Earth - Our Home
Lesson 4
Comets and Asteroids
Lesson 5 Gas Giants

 

Astronomy II - TO INFINITY AND BEYOND

Lesson 1 Moon phases                              
Lesson 2
Lunar and Solar Eclipses
Lesson 3 Spacecrafts
Lesson 4
Hubble Telescope
Lesson 5 Constellations

 

Meteorology  -   HOW'S THE WEATHER?

Lesson 1 Wind speed
Lesson 2
Weather Instruments
Lesson 3 Storms
Lesson 4 Rain and Rainbows
Lesson 5 Clouds
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
$
The Art in Science - Physics
The Art in Science

The Art in Science is a unique program developed by a scientist and artist to enrich children in various scientific concepts. In the program, the kids learn various science topics with hands on activities that turn into interesting artworks pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.

Want to learn about Forces and motions? Light, Sound, Gravity, Magnetism, and Newton's three laws of motion are just a few of the subjects we will cover in these classless.  With hands-on experiments we will discover the fun in Physics and answer questions from our natural world.

There are 5 classes in every session. Each slass is stand-alone and is offered at 1:00 pm PST  and 3:30 pm PST.

Classes starts on Sept 3, 2020.

Physics I - Physics Time

Lesson 1           Gravity and Air resistance
Lesson 2    Light and rainbows
Lesson 3    Magnetism
Lesson 4    Sound
Lesson 5    Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion

 

Physics II - More Physics

Lesson 1          Balanced forces
Lesson 2    Friction
Lesson 3    Electrical circuits                  
Lesson 4    Momentum
Lesson 5    Buoyancy

 

Physics III - Balance, Twist and Spin

Lesson 1           Whirligig and spinners
Lesson 2    Spin Art
Lesson 3    Spin it
Lesson 4    Balance bot
Lesson 5    Hurdling and Domino Effect

 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
$
The Art in Science - Biology
The Art in Science

The Art in Science is a unique program developed by a scientist and artist to enrich children in various scientific concepts. In the program, the kids learn various science topics with hands on activities that turn into interesting artworks pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.

In Biology we will have 3 sessions each session is focused on a different aspect of life science:

Session I - MICROBES - we will learn about five types of micro-organisms that belongs to this family. Every lesson will be dedicated to a different group: Viruses, Bacteria, Fungi, Protozoa and Algae.

Session II  - FOOD CHAIN - we will learn how organisms interact , discuss the relationship between producers, consumers and decomposes, and create our own food chain projects.

Session III - BIOMES - is an introduction to Ecology. In this class students will be exposed to the different organism communities around the world and the relationship between plants, animals and the environment.

There are 5 classes in every session. Each slass is stand-alone and is offered at 12:30 pm PST  and 3:30 pm PST.

Classes starts on Sept 2, 2020.

Biology I - Microbes

Lesson 1 Viruses
Lesson 2 Bacteria
Lesson 3 Fungi
Lesson 4 Protozoa
Lesson 5 Algae

 

Biology II - Food Chain

Lesson 1 Producers
Lesson 2 Primary Consumers
Lesson 3 Secondary consumers
Lesson 4 Tertiary consumers
Lesson 5 Decomposers

 

Biology III - Biomes

Lesson 1 Desert
Lesson 2 Coral Reef
Lesson 3 Tropical Rainforest
Lesson 4 Antarctica
Lesson 5
The Galapagos Islands and Adaptation

 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
$
The Art in Science - Chemistry
The Art in Science

The Art in Science is a unique program developed by a scientist and artist to enrich children in various scientific concepts. In the program, the kids learn various science topics with hands on activities that turn into interesting artworks pleasing to the eye and intriguing to the mind.

In every chemistry lesson  we will study a new concept in one of  chemistry area: organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry and biochemistry. We will perform an experiment that will end up being an artwork. Subjects covered are: absorption, chromatography, chemical reaction, state of matter, polarity diffusion and more. See itinerary for every session.

 

There are 5 classes in every session. Each slass is stand-alone and is offered at 12:30 pm PST  and 3:30 pm PST.

Classes starts on Sept 1 2020.

 

Chemistry I -  Chemistry Fun

Lesson 1        Chromatography butterflies
Lesson 2 Absorption - salt painting
Lesson 3 Chemical reaction (balloon experiment)
Lesson 4 Oil and water - fireworks in a glass
Lesson 5 Sticky ice - melting point

 

Chemistry II -  That's Chemistry Too

Lesson 1        Diffusion - candy art                                    
Lesson 2 Oobleck
Lesson 3 Walking water - capillary movement
Lesson 4 Biochemistry - elephant toothpaste
Lesson 5 Atoms and molecules

 

Chemistry III - Kitchen Chemistry

Lesson 1        Acids and bases                                            
Lesson 2 Magic Milk
Lesson 3 Iron for breakfast
Lesson 4 Making butter
Lesson 5 Lemon volcano
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
$
Online Learning Resource
The Bakken Museum

See how magnets work, try a design challenge, and learn about the history of science fiction. The Bakken Museum's digital learning content provides lots of ways to engage with science, technology, engineering, and math wherever you are!

Check back for new videos, experiments, and collections items updated regularly.

Science - STEM - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
The Children's Museum ONLINE!
The Children's Museum- West Hartford, CT

Programming, Demonstrations and Packages Available for Families, Schools and More!

Visit us at  tcm-online.org

 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Virtual Curator Conversations
The Civil War Museum

These live educational discussions led by museum professionals are 30 to 45 minutes long and can be modified to fit the age range and background knowledge of your group.

Topics include:

Reading Artifacts – Methods used by historians to interpret material sources – for older students
Equipment & Gear of the Union Soldier – Clothing and various tools of Civil War Union soldiers
Women of the Civil War – The remarkable lives of famous local women of the Civil War
The Underground Railroad – The dramatic stories and common misconceptions of the Underground Railroad

Academic - General
History / social studies
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Civil War Museum Theater Program
The Civil War Museum

Grades: 5 – 12 and Adult
Duration: 40-50 minutes
Price: $250 per performance
These living history performances give students the chance to meet important local individuals and learn about their experiences during the war years. Historic figures include Caroline Quarlls, a mixed-race formerly enslaved woman who escaped to freedom at the age of only 16, and Cordelia Harvey, the “Wisconsin Angel” who dedicated her life to improving the treatment of injured soldiers.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Theater
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Civil War Artifact Reading
The Civil War Museum

Grades: 8 – 12
Duration: 30-40 minutes
When historians study the past, some of their most valuable resources are primary sources. In this program students get an in-depth look at how historians working with museum collections interpret not just documents, but also photos and material objects as primary sources, and use them to discover more about our history.

History / social studies
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Cause and Consequences of the Civil War
The Civil War Museum

Grades: 6 – 12
Duration: 30-40 minutes
Students will examine primary source photos, artifacts, speeches and more to investigate slavery’s role as the cause of the Civil War, the way enslaved people were treated, and what happened after Emancipation.

History / social studies
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Medical Lessons of the Civil War
The Civil War Museum

Grades: 5 – 8
Duration: 30-40 minutes
Students will delve into Civil War medicine, comparing and contrasting it with modern medicine and using engaging activities to explore issues such as living conditions, nutrition and surgical care.

History / social studies
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Voices of the Underground Railroad
The Civil War Museum

Grades: 4 – 5
Duration: 30-40 minutes
Students will think like historians as they work with museum educators to learn about slavery, the treatment of the enslaved, the agency that enslaved people had, and the journey to freedom that some of them took.

History / social studies
Late Elementary School
$
Code Galaxy - Code Galaxy Online Coding Classes
The Code Galaxy- Austin, TX

Code Galaxy is now offering its coding classes online. Learn more about how you can teach your kids how to code

STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Outdoor Programs and Custom Pods with The Digital Arts Experience
The Digital Arts Experience
We are so excited to see our students in person for this 4-week class that will be held outside! Join us outside the DAE facility in Scarsdale under an outdoor tent. Max 6 students.
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Virtual Classes with The Digital Arts Experience
The Digital Arts Experience
This fall, we’ve got you covered with classes and gaming sessions.
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Learning SPREE
The Greenway Foundation SPREE
Learning SPREE is delivered to your email inbox as a one-time, online learning exploration and adventure package.

Learning SPREE is our at home, 2-5 week program meant to give your child interactive, independent work that is fun, engaging, and informative! Each Learning SPREE curriculum is designed for several grades (K-7th grade) to encourage siblings to work together, and to provide more than one program for families who are interested. 

 

 

 

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Enjoying Guild Park Virtually
The Guild Park

A series about Guild Park - Where Art meets nature. 

Nature
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Native American Studies
The Institute for American Indian Studies

The Institute for American Indian Studies is the only site in our region that provides a broad look at the many cultures and histories of indigenous peoples on our continent. In order for students to become well-rounded, critical thinkers, they need to understand history. No history of the United States is complete without at least a basic understanding of the indigenous cultures. With the more than 12,000 year history of indigenous peoples in our area it is important to remind everyone that Native people are still here, still thriving, and still have important things to teach all of us. Students will understand the broad scope of Native contributions before and after European contact, including social practices, environmental practices, and lifeways. They will understand that although there are many differences between indigenous cultures and European cultures, there are many points of confluence and a shared humanity between all groups of people. They will learn that indigenous people developed strategies for living on and with the land that sustained them for tens of thousands of years, and that their strategies could inspire ways of thinking about current issues. Contact us to discuss our virtual lesson plans for each grade with specific learning objectives tied to the core curriculum.

Academic - General
Reading
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
The Institute for American Indian Studies- Inside with IAIS
The Institute for American Indian Studies

The Institute for American Indian Studies weaves the science of archaeology with the culture, history, and traditions of Native Americans to create a unique museum experience. During the COVID-19 situation, the IAIS Education Department is teaching family friendly museum lessons online, so you can continue your learning from the comforts of home! All videos will be posted on Facebook (@IAISMUSEUM) at 2:00 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Check out our website, www.iaismuseum.org, for activities that go along with the videos, as well as other resources for parents and teachers.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
The Language Learning Institute - Virtual Language Classes for Children and Adults
The Language Learning Institute
The Seasonal Section of the Language Learning Institute website gives a list of the currently offered classes for children and adults. Currently, All of our classes, for adults and for children, are interactive and fun; as virtual, on-line, in real time with a live instructor.
 
Tutoring
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
The Robot Garage- LEGO Robotics and Game Design (programming)
The Robot Garage

We have been hard at work adapting our tried and true in-person classes for virtual learning. These programs have been serving thousands of students at our locations since 2011, and we are now bringing this same level of energy and engagement as our students are working at a distance.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Digital Campus
The STEM Alliance
New online classes just added to our Digital Campus!
 
Don't wait! Classes start as early as September 18th. Click on a link for more information including dates & fees.
 
Registration is now open for:
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Teacher & Educator Ocean Resources
The Vancouver Aquarium - temporarily closed for in-person visits - see our virtual offerings!

This space is a community for teachers and educators alike to find curriculum-linked resources to engage your students. Whether you've just participated in an Ocean Wise school program, or you're planning a self-directed visit to the Vancouver Aquarium, or you're just looking for some activities to help you lesson plan in the classroom, we've got stuff for you!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
High School
Adults
Ocean Literacy Lessons, Classrooms and more!
The Vancouver Aquarium - temporarily closed for in-person visits - see our virtual offerings!

These online courses are free, self-directed, and interactive for students in grade 3 to 12, and anyone who is interested in learning more about the ocean! Students can take the course at their own pace, and earn exciting badges for every accomplishment they make throughout the course!

Lets all get more ocean literate!

Academic - General
Reading
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Nature
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
The Wise Owl Tutoring Center - Online Tutoring Sessions Grades K-6
The Wise Owl Tutoring Center - Raleigh, NC
We offer private, one-on-one tutoring sessions for students in grades K-6. We are currently operating online. For more information, feel free to contact us!
 
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Virtual Engineering
The Works Museum

We wish we could engineer with you in person, but we’re making the best of it with hands-on STEM experiences that your family can enjoy from home.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
This is the Place at Home: Educational Resources for the New School Year
This Is the Place Heritage Park - Utah

As many families are heading back into the school year, whatever that looks like for you this year, we're here to help! Visit This Is The Place At Home, our online Park experience, for quick and digestible videos, activities, and facts about Utah's history. 

All teachers interested in sharing these resources with their classes are welcome to! Our online resources cater to students and families of all ages. We know many classes are missing out on field trip opportunities this year, and we hope that our virtual pioneer experiences help fill in for those missed adventures this year.

All of our educational Facebook Live videos are accessible through This Is The Place At Home, so students don't need social media accounts to view our virtual pioneer experiences! 

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Tinkering Home & After School Camps
Tinkering School - San Francisco

School might not be the same this fall, but we can help your child MAKE the most of it! In addition to offering CUSTOM ONLINE CAMPS for SCHOOLS & PODS, we also have the following camps available: 

Mars Mission STEM After School Camp $315 for the series (with scholarships available)

TINKERING SCHOOL MARS MISSIONS is a groundbreaking new virtual after school camp experience for Tinkerers ages 10-15. They will remotely operate real-life “Burly” robots on our Mars site as they take on engineering challenges to save the astronauts heading towards Mars. Daily mission briefings and video transmissions prepare the young “Burlynauts” for genuine collaboration and practical problem-solving from their own homes. Scholarships available. https://www.tinkeringschool.com/mars

Build Big at Home Tinkering Camps Starting at $240 (scholarships available)

Come join us for some hands-on tinkering fun as we build with the best-selling Catalyst Kits as well as booster packs including LEDs and other electronics, cardboard and assorted crafting materials! Campers will have a chance to stretch their imagination and learn new skills as we tackle a bunch of exciting, open ended design challenges together.

Each session will have a new theme (it's always a surprise) and so we never know what projects our campers will dream up! Maybe a motorized ice-cream truck? A scorpion that launches cannon balls with its tail? Or maybe an arcade game complete with a working claw!

Our online camps have a maximum 1:6 staff to camper ratio. Every child receives lots of attention and support, and our camps provide genuine interactive collaboration and engagement.  https://www.tinkeringschool.com/catalyst

 

Digital Tinkering After School Camps Starting at $240 for the series (scholarships available)
Calling all coding curious and creative campers! Join us as we push the boundaries between science, art, technology and engineering!

Tinkerers will get an introduction to block based coding using BBC micro:bit as they construct and control a variety of weird, whimsical, and wonderful creations. Campers will have an opportunity to combine large-scale cardboard projects with electronics and robotics (LEDs, servo motors etc), as well as other crafting supplies.

Each week will have a new build theme (it's always a surprise) and who knows what projects campers might end up dreaming up and creating – a robotic dinosaur that roars when it senses light? Or a sword that glows when held high? The sky's the limit! https://www.tinkeringschool.com/digital-tinkering

 
Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Tiny Hands Learning- Baby Sign Language
Tiny Hands Sign

During this course you will learn more than 50 of the most important need based signs and be given all the tools necessary to begin early communication with your little one(s). You will also learn the manual alphabet and how to sign The Itsy Bitsy Spider and Row, Row, Row Your Boat. This online course is a great resource because you will have lifetime access to the course content for future reference.

Academic - General
Visual arts / crafts
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
$
Toronto Railway Museum From Home
Toronto Railway Museum

Although the museum is closed, you can still take part in several virtual activities. We have lots of activities that can be explored from the comfort of your own home! Keep reading to browse at-home activities!

Academic - General
History / social studies
Visual arts / crafts
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Distance Learning with Tracy Aviary
Tracy Aviary

Calling all teachers, homeschooling parents, Scout groups, clubs, and more! If you are looking for an engaging program about birds and nature, we have you covered. Our brand new Distance Learning program brings Tracy Aviary to you through a virtual experience. Thanks to the Shop in Utah Grant, all these programs are 50% off that is $37.50 for our live 40-minute distance learning programs completed before December 31st. Reserve yours today!

Academic - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Urban Ecology Center - Urban Ecology Center In My Backyard
Urban Ecology Center - Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee, WI – Amidst social distancing and Safer at Home, the Urban Ecology Center has launched a new virtual education platform to continue its important mission of connecting people in cities to nature and each other. “Urban Ecology Center In My Backyard” provides online resources including on virtual naturalist hikes, activity suggestions for kids and families, research one can assist with while at home and much, much more. “While social distancing has been keeping us cooped up in our houses for weeks, our work is very alive and we want to keep encouraging everyone to get outside in their neighborhoods and connect with nature,” said Anna Aragon, Marketing Communications Manager at the Urban Ecology Center. “In My Backyard” has environmental educational content for families, ideas for how to learn from nature, fun activities to share and more, with the goal of providing tons of resources for all ages to help people enjoy their nearby nature. Here is what you will discover in this virtual learning site: Backyard Classroom. A place to check out resources for fun, lessons and how-tos. Backyard Adventures. While our experts can’t lead you in person, these resources will guide your journey to enjoy your nearest green spaces. Backyard Research. The guidance and inspiration in these resources will help the community conduct their own backyard research that contribute to global projects! The Urban Ecology Center also wants to invite the community to share their “backyard” experiences by using #uecinmybackyard on social media. Explore the Urban Ecology Center In My Backyard today!

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Lesson Plans for Vancouver Mysteries Game Crime in Downtown
Vancouver Mysteries

Grades 11-12 – downloadable lesson plans

Do you need some lesson plan inspiration? Luckily our team of detectives have already picked the brains of some local teachers. We’ve worked with local high school teachers to create a set of lesson plans for grades 11-12 — providing teachers and students with the resources they need to get the absolute most out of their field trip with Vancouver Mysteries. 

Gastown murder mystery Crime in Downtown is a perfect fit for the following grade 11-12 classes:

  • Social​ ​Studies​
  • History
  • Law​ ​(Criminology)
  • Psychology
  • Social​ ​Justice
  • Geography

More info: https://vancouvermysteries.com/field-trips-vancouver/

Academic - General
History / social studies
Misc
High School
Varsity Tutors - Virtual School Day
Varsity Tutors
Virtual School Day: Over 100 free live K-12 classes available all day long intended to help parents fill their children’s day with enriched learning. Some popular classes are "Intro to Spanish for Kids", “Coolest Women in History”, “Java Programming Basics”, and “The Story of Your Favorite Fairy Tales”. We have received exceptional ratings from thousands of parents and students. 
 
Academic - General
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
WCM At Home
Westchester Children's Museum

Our free online learning platform has activities for children of all ages, covering everything STEAM. Learn how to lift fingerprints in a forensic lesson, how to make ice cream in a bag,  architecture from apples, and more! We also have a ton of videos from our online learning, including tutorials, story times, and mommy & me videos. You can always find something to do on WCM At Home.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Whaley House Discovery Zone
Whaley House Museum - San Diego, CA

Want to learn even more about the historic Whaley House Museum? Our print-and-go activities and lesson plans are designed to make the most of your physical or virtual field trips, encouraging discussion, and learning. Through the use of lesson plans, puzzles, trivia games, and Whaley family recipes, SOHO makes history fun! As we learn more about this unique family, we will be adding to our collection of lesson plans and activities over time.

Academic - General
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
White Plains Public Library presents: Online Tutors from Tutor.com
White Plains Public Library

Live homework help is available every day from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm.

The K-12 Student Center, College Center and Adult Career Center from Tutor.com includes live, one-to-one tutoring, a real-time writing center and 24/7 access to worksheets, videos and tutorials in just about any subject. The live, online tutoring and resume writing service is available every day from 2pm until 11pm ET. The service is completely free for our community; you just need to create an account using your library bar code. To access the service please visit the library's website at Tutor.com.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Live Distance Learning
Witte Museum

New this Fall: Live Distance Learning Programs
Bring the Witte Museum to your Classroom

A new school year has begun, which means new opportunities for you and your students from the Witte Museum. This fall we are offering Distance Learning opportunities to connect and learn about nature, science and culture directly from your classroom! All Distance Learning programs will be presented Live with a Witte Museum Educator and will use a secure Zoom connection. 

Are you interested in booking a program? Our team will work with you to accommodate the best day and time to fit into your school schedule. Request your Distance Learning Program, here.  Do you have questions? Review our Distance Learning FAQ’s or contact our Reservations Team at Reservations@WitteMuseum.org or 210-357-1910.

We are also taking reservations for any of our in-person programming at the Museum. Modifications will be made to adhere to city and CDC guidelines for safety. Explore these offerings at www.WitteConnections.org.

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
Nature
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Virtual Learning with WOLVES!
Wolf Conservation Center, South Salem, NY, Westchester County

The Wolf Conservation Center is excited to offer distance learning programs to classes, camps, and more. There are two categories of distance programs available:

  • Virtual webinar - These live programs are taught by a WCC educator specifically for your students. The educator will present the chosen program (four topics are available) using a distance learning platform such as Zoom, and will answer any questions the students have. A flat rate of $100 is required to reserve one 45-minute program. There is no live footage of wolves.
  • Virtual field trip - These live programs are taught by a WCC educator onsite at the WCC. The educator will discuss the history, biology, and ecology of wolves in North America, and will also discuss the WCC's work to save endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves. Students will see ambassador wolves Zephyr, Alawa, and Nikai, and the educator will provide various enrichment items for the wolves. A flat rate of $200 is required to reserve one 45-minute program.
Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
YMCA Scholars Camps
YMCA of San Francisco

YMCA SCHOLARS CAMPS PROVIDE DISTANCE LEARNING SUPPORT AND ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENTS DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR.

Locations: Various sites across Marin, San Francisco & San Mateo counties

Priority populations for YMCA Scholars Camps include: 

  • • Essential workers
  • • Youth in foster care
  • • Homeless youth
  • • Youth in public housing
  • • English language learners
  • • Low income African American, Latinx or Asian Pacific Islander families

LEARN MORE

Academic - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Young Gates- Programming classes - Python , Java , Website Making , App Making , Scratch , Data Science , Robotics
Young Gates- San Francisco

YoungGates provides cutting edge live online computer science classes for kids from ages 4 to 18 years. Ex: Scratch, Python, Java, Website, App,Data Science, Artificial Intelligence ,Gaming ,Logic building and much more..

Young Gates PreSchool provides programs for 3 - 5 years from preschool to StoryTime to Phonics to Math and lots of other activities

 

 

 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Sports
Tutoring
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Title Description Cost
ECS Primary School Open House (Jan. 9)

Join us for our Primary School live Virtual Open House where we will discuss the Environmental Charter School's K-2 academic programming, activities, and how to apply to our school. Learn more about ECS from the comfort of your own home.

Adults
Virtual Enrichment Classes

GDS Is offering a wide variety of synchronous and asynchronous virtual enrichment classes for students of any age, from any school! Our programs include chess, Mandarin, ASL, yoga, dance, creative writing, coding, and much more!

Academic - General
Writing
Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Dance
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Snapology- Various Classes

At Snapology, we understand that the closure of schools can be challenging for students and parents, so we are taking our popular Snapology STEAM classes, play dates, and parties online! We have adapted our curriculum so that your child can make their screen time count with engaging and entertaining STEAM enrichment.

 

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Doodles Academy- Free Online Art Classes for Elementary Aged Kids

In response to the pandemic and shelter at home orders, we've been putting out 'Doodles at Home', a free weekly series that adapts our curriculum into projects that students can access on their own. New classes are released every Tuesday.

Doodles Academy provides visual art curricula for grades 1-5. We emphasize using art to teach to the WHOLE child, connecting the art lesson to concepts in history, literacy, math, science, and social studies. In our projects, students create a unique artwork that connects to their personal experiences.

Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Cosmic Coffee Series
Lowell Observatory

Cosmic Coffee explores a different topic in astronomy or planetary science each week. In this YouTube series, we talk about a wide range of topics from the Pluto Vote to the history of Lowell Observatory, and is a great place to learn from astronomers and other experts!  

Academic - General
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Middle School
High School
Adults
Geology
Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy

Learn about the geology of Southern California (and the entire Earth)!

Check out our website for additional virtual field trips, as well as accompanying worksheets: https://arroyosfoothills.org/education/fields-trips-to-afc-properties/virtual-field-trips/

Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Wildlife of Southern California
Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy

Discover the wildlife of the Arroyos and Foothills in Southern California!

Check out our website for additional virtual field trips, as well as accompanying worksheets: https://arroyosfoothills.org/education/fields-trips-to-afc-properties/virtual-field-trips/

Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Native Plants of Southern California
Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy

Learn about the native plants of Southern California, their properties, and their uses by the native peoples!

Check out our website for additional virtual field trips, as well as accompanying worksheets: https://arroyosfoothills.org/education/fields-trips-to-afc-properties/virtual-field-trips/

Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Fire Making
Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy

Join Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy's Tim Martinez to learn about traditional fire making using native plants!

Check out our website for additional virtual field trips, as well as accompanying worksheets: https://arroyosfoothills.org/education/fields-trips-to-afc-properties/virtual-field-trips/

Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Little Amigos Developmental Playgroup
Baby Bungalow

Little Amigos is a developmental playgroup for children 24 - 48 months. Child must be 24 months old on or before playgroup start.

 

Little Amigos  is a TEN-week developmental playgroup for children 24 - 48  months. Child must be 24 months old on or before playgroup start date.  This playgroup is led by a trained facilitator. Our Little Amigos are exposed to Spanish through music, singing, rhymes and activities using conversational phrases. 

Upon registration, you will receive the ZOOM link for this playgroup.

Please visit cfctb.org/program/baby-bungalow, or email babybungalow@cfctb.org if you have any difficulty registering via the link provided. 

Music
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
$
Sign Language Workshop
Baby Bungalow

This workshop will be led by a facilitator trained and fluent in American Sign Language (ASL).

 

This 2 session, February 10 & 17, workshop teaches caregivers the basics of signing with their children. Signing can give babies and young children a temporary language while they are developing and practicing their expressive language skills.   Open for parents with children age birth to age 5.    Registration Required. 

 

There is a $25.00 fee* for this playgroup.

* Your presence at our playgroups is what matters to us; fees can be waived upon request.

Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Adults
$
Infant Massage Workshop
Baby Bungalow

This 2 session workshop on February 4 and 11 at 2:00 pm (for babies who are not yet crawling) is led by a certified infant massage educator.

 

This 2 session workshop on February 4th and 11th at 2:00pm (for babies who are not yet crawling) is led by a certified infant massage educator who will instruct caregivers on the techniques and benefits of infant massage.

This workshop will be broadcast via "ZOOM".

Upon registration you will receive an invitation with a ZOOM password and a link to attend.  You need to use this invitation for both days.

Misc
Babies/Toddlers
$
Live Virtual Guided Discussion
Bluff Lake Nature Center

Supplement your students’ self-guided virtual field trip or activity series with an additional live discussion with one of our environmental educators! These virtual discussions work well as an introduction before the students complete their self-guided activities, or as a follow-up afterward to help integrate all that they learned. Our educators are happy to answer questions on the spot, or prepare answers to questions that students submit ahead of time. The discussions range from 30-45 minutes and are $50 per class or FREE for Title 1 schools. 

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Live Virtual Guided Field Trip
Bluff Lake Nature Center

Schedule a time for a live experience with one of our enthusiastic, experienced educators. These trips will include all of the beautiful photographs and informative videos of our self-paced virtual field trips, with the addition of commentary from the educator, live learning checks, and live Q & A sessions! Trips range from 45-75 minutes and are $50 per class of 30 or less and free for all Title 1 schools and classes. 

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Self-Paced Virtual Activity Series
Bluff Lake Nature Center

Through a series of videos and home activities, visitors will have a chance to engage with the lesson themes at a deep level. With plenty of variety in recommended ages and activity lengths, you are sure to find something for everyone. These activity series range from a variety of topics such as animals, birds, and nature activities. All are FREE!

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Self-Paced Virtual Field Trips
Bluff Lake Nature Center

Experience Bluff Lake from home with these engaging slide shows! The presentations include videos shot at Bluff Lake with our Environmental Educators, photos, and plenty of interesting facts. Instructions for follow-up activities to complete at home are also included. There are THREE field trips to choose from including Hablitats, Water, and Animal Signs. All are available in English and Spanish. 

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Brit-Am Soccer Academy - Online Soccer Classes Age 2-14
BRIT-AM SOCCER ACADEMY

Brit-Am Live brings the best elements of our outdoor curriculum to you anywhere from your home! Your player will enjoy themself in our virtual soccer academy, develop their motor skills, and fundamental soccer ability. Interact with our most experienced staff for a joyous and challenging experience.

Weekday classes end Friday June 12. Weekend classes end Sunday June 21. Sat/Sun classes at 10:30am, Monday to Friday at 1pm. Monday & Friday at 3pm, Tuesday & Wednesday at 11am.

$15 individual class, $40 (3 classes), $75 (6 classes), $120 Unlimited seasonal pass

Exercise / Health / Yoga
Sports
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
My Nature Connection
Camp Fire Minnesota

We see technology as a tool to encourage new outdoor experiences. That’s why we’re leafing through our hands-on, nature based activities and curriculum – and adapting them for easy, at-home use where you can set the screen aside and explore nature.

We created My Nature Connection to provide on-going free resources, tips, and activities for youth and teens — focused on nature-based play, health and wellness, and environmental education.

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Classics 4 Kids Musical Moments
Classics 4 Kids

Launched in May 2020, Classics 4 Kids Musical Moments feature our Artistic Director & Conductor Dana Zimbric and other musicians.

Each video highlights a composer or special piece of music and background information. Geared for kids of all ages to share the joy of music learning!

Music
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Kids Scratch Coding for Beginners
CodeCubbies - Coding Classes for Kids

Scratch is a visual block based editor that allows kids of all ages to get a better grasp on coding concepts.

Entry level coding is taught through block coding and kids of all ages can learn the fundamental and ever growing skill of coding through hands on play as well as classroom unplugged lessons.

Every student learns differently. Some absorb by listening, some absorb by reading, and almost all benefit from hands on! At CodeCubbies, we teach using all these methods.

We believe that teaching kids to code helps to set them up for academic success regardless of what they want to be when they grow up.

STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Curiosity Lab
Curiosity Lab

**LEARN TO CODE, BUILD GAMES AND APPS ONLINE WITH A LIVE INSTRUCTOR WITH YOUR OWN PRIVATE CLASS** At The Curiosity Lab, students explore different concepts, ideas and projects through self-paced learning. The possibilities are endless while working through, creating and learning with our many virtual STEAM programs. Students learn through private classes with a live instructor online! Classes are flexible and can be taken anywhere the student has access to the internet! Classes are custom to keep students engaged while learning skills that will keep them competitive in their tech driven futures! Choose from: - coding - photoshop - minecraft - 2D game creation - 3D game creation - app creation - tech tutoring - illustrator - muse - dreamweaver We now have an Enrichment Program for parents who are looking for a little bit more! A full stack developer program for kids! Yes, they can!

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Filmmakers Ink Virtual Film Studio
Filmmakers Ink

From Stop Motion Animation thru Special FX, Screenwriting, Filmmaking and Acting for Film & TV. Ages 8 - 10, 11-13, HS, College, Families. All instructors are professional filmmakers. 

Lead Instructor, Patrick McCullough has directed two feature films and produced four.  He's an Actor Coach on Hollywood films, including working extensively with Oscar-Winning Adrien Brody, by his request, during the making of the Houdini mini- series on Netflix. Patrick had a supporting acting role opposite Adrien. He also coached the ”bad guy” in the Charlize Theron film, Atomic Blonde

The mission of Filmmakers Ink is to help your kids access their own natural creativity and be able to make films with their friends and families, without needing us anymore. 

Writing
STEM - Computers
Visual arts / crafts
Theater
Misc
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
STEMing From Home
Fleet Science Center

The Fleet Science Center brings you live virtual lessons at home with our science educators!  

Tired of seeing your kids bored and distracted on their zoom calls? Our Fleet science educators developed programs to captivate, engage and keep students curious while schooling from home, so you don’t have to! Your kids will be engrossed as they explore science with hands-on activities using materials you are likely to already have at home. Whether you need virtual lessons for an entire classroom, individual student activities or curriculum support for teachers, we’ve got you covered. 

Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Adults
$
Girl Scouting From Home
Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas

As Girl Scouts, we live by the motto "be prepared" - and that includes when the unexpected happens. We know that this is a challenging time for Girl Scouts—staying home from school and away from friends is a significant change in her routine that can make her feel disconnected. However, there are many ways she can still participate in Girl Scout activities and earn awards, even at home! Our Girl Scout sisterhood will help us stay connected during these unprecedented times. We are in this together!

Here are a few resources and ideas for Girl Scouts of all levels to help you get started. There is something for everyone! Virtual book club, community service, badge earning activities, and even resources for parents interested in running a virtual troop. These resources are quickly becoming more available. Check this page often for updates!

Interested in learning more about joining Girl Scouts? Follow the THIS LINK to learn more! 

Reading
History / social studies
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Nature
Visual arts / crafts
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Adults
Gymboree Play & Music Virtual Classes
Gymboree Play & Music - Upland

We feel an increasing need for families to connect and socialize, and we are so excited to announce Gymboree is offering LIVE online classes. Gymboree offers interactive virtual classes online. For just $65/month, you will have access to each age-appropriate Zoom class for your child plus access to our online portal you can visit anytime!

Online classes include Play, Music, Art, Preschool, Yoga for adults, and Paint Night for adults. 

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Coding Classes for Kids
Haedos

Haedos is an online coding school for kids and teens with a vision to make children online-safe, inspired, and confident in computer coding. We offer private (1-on-1) and semi-private (2-on-1) Project-Based Learning (PBL) in computer coding for kids between 6-18 years via online video conferencing. Our coding gurus are US-based computer experts from local communities, school systems, top American universities, and software professionals from fortune 100.

STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Social-Emotional Learning
Hummingbird Preschool NE Portland

Social-emotional learning games. Free quiz for talking to kids about big feelings and free printable coloring book.

Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
IMACS of Missouri
IMACS of Missouri

IMACS gives students a competitive edge by teaching them how to think critically using logic and reasoning. IMACS classes are now offered online and cover high-level material in fun and exciting ways designed to keep talented students challenged and engaged.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
Mathematics
STEM - Computers
Tutoring
Lirbrary A to Z Resources
Jefferson County Library, Northwest Branch- MO

This page will take you directly to all of the library's online resources and helps. 

Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Miss Peggy's Music Room
Miss Peggy's Music Room

Our 2020 Fall Session will offer online lessons in Piano or Voice beginning September 9th.  We'll also offer online Parent/Child Music & Movement classes online beginning October 3rd. 

Please email Miss Peggy at misspeggysmusic@aol.com for more information, or to request a copy of our brochure which includes the registration form, policies and class and lesson rates.

Music
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Guidance For Wearing A Mask At School
Mounds Park Academy

Scientific evidence from public health experts, the MN Department of Health, and the CDC indicates that risks to students and staff can be kept low if schools adhere to strict control measures, including wearing a face mask.

Academic - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Virtual Workshops
MuseumLab

We're excited to announce more than 70 virtual, hands-on workshops led by Museum Educators that help you bring the Museum Experience to your home. Workshops focus on art making, engineering, science and more, and are two hours long.  Space is limited; register today.

Academic - General
Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
Middle School
High School
$
Operation Christmas Child
Operation Christmas Child Inland Empire Area

Operation Christmas Child is a great mission project for kids! Whether you are focusing on packing shoeboxes as a family or as a group during Sunday school, children’s church, or VBS, these resources will help your boys and girls learn more about the importance of giving in Jesus’ Name.   There's lessons, activities, videos, promotional resources, etc.

https://www.samaritanspurse.org/operation-christmas-child/childrens-ministry-resources/

 

Academic - General
Misc
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Distance Learning
Racine Zoo

Experience the Zoo and interact with animals like never before. Through Zoom, an online live video chat, the Zoo offers educational animal programs with a twist. Meet animals that call the Zoo home and ask questions, speaking directly with an experienced Conservation Education Specialist. 

These online live video programs are for all ages, and are great for anyone looking to enhance their knowledge of animals. Families, classes, assisted living communities, homeschool groups, and much more can benefit from this experience. 

There are lots of fun programs to choose from, and programs can be customized to cover a specific concept, topic or vocabulary. To see a list of all the programs offered, check out our Distance Learning Information Sheet attached below. Meet animals from all over the world up close and learn what makes each animal so unique, and how they can survive, or dive into the daily routine of a Zookeeper and learn how zoos can take care of so many animals. We are sure there is a program for everyone.

We offer these programs for all attention spans with mini 20-25-minute programs and larger 40-45-minute programs. We also have animal chat programs that allow participates to learn about some of the larger animals that call the zoo home. A primate chat, bird of prey chat, big cat chat, and African safari chat are available. Each program can accomodate a maximum of 99 screens.

Nature
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Randazzo Dance Studio Fall Classes
Randazzo Dance Studio

Future Dancers!

We have a full year long curriculum of dance classes for students ages 3-Adult available starting this fall. We will be offering all classes virtually with the hope of progressing to an in person model while also having virtual learning be an option all year long. We will continue to follow all CDC health and safety guidelines as we start our new semester. Check out our website www.randazzodance.com for more information about classes and to register!

We look forward to meeting you and dancing with you!

Dance
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Read Better Be Better At Home
Read Better Be Better

Read Better Be Better’s mission is to help children improve their literacy skills and become better learners. Our program has impacted the lives of over 5,500 children, families, and educators in and around the Phoenix area.

RBBB understands that students may not be participating in after school programs in the traditional sense, and has created this program with that in mind—with options ranging from simply getting a kit to enrolling in our full 6-week program.

Families with a 2nd-4th grade student and a middle or high school student will work through our curriculum: reading stories, writing their thoughts, and spending time together away from screens.

Get Materials: Pick Up a Kit! Kits are available at the RBBB office and other organizations across the Phoenix area. If you cannot pick up a kit, the curriculum guide is available for download on our website.

Get Trained: Participate in a Free Webinar! Visit our website to sign up for a live webinar or watch a training video, available in English and Spanish.

Get Support: Meet with an RBBB Site Leader! Sign up for the program and learn more by visiting www.readbetterbebetter.org/ourprogram

Reading
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Stay FRESH Fall Entrepreneurship Course
Read More Co.

8-Week Entrepreneurship course for 13-19 years old looking to start their own business and learn the skill of entrepreneurship! 

Tutoring
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Computer and AI Related Classes for K-12 Students
ReadyAI

In the courses, students will learn the hottest AI topics, including path planning, speech recognition, and more. They will also learn to code in Calypso, an AI programming framework. By coding a virtual robot to chase objects, plan paths to destinations, and solve mazes, students learn programming and computer science while learning about the behind-the-scenes AI technology in self-driving cars.
STEM - Computers
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Virtual and In Person Music Instruction
Ridenour Academy

We offer world class virtual and in person music instruction with top notch coaches, state of the art lesson rooms and flexible hours! Our students enjoy 4 showcases a year as well as performance opportunities every month! We teach voice, piano, guitar , bass, drums, violin, mandolin and saxaphone! Take a virtual tour of our studio today at https://www.ridenourmusic.com/!

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Virtual Ocean Discovery
Roundhouse Aquarium Teaching Center

The Roundhouse Aquarium can bring ocean knowledge and the aquarium experience to you with our LIVE Virtual Classes. We offer interactive k-12 programs where students are able to learn directly from our educators, engage with the topic and ask questions.

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Virtual Classes
San Diego Botanic Garden

Join us for safe, onsite yoga amidst our beautiful Garden. Or login to virtual classes from your home.

Nature
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
$
Saratoga Performing Arts Center- SPAC Learning Library
Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC)

Online video lessons and activities designed to help you stay creative at home!
Video classes include SPAC Breaks, Stories That Move, Kitchen Floor Dance Class, and Virtual Dance Lab. Plus, printable SPAC-tivities to keep kids engaged and learning. Great for kids of all ages.

Music
Theater
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Remote Zoom Music Lessons - Sign Up for Your Free Trial Lesson!
School of Rock Santa Clarita

We know that everybody has different circumstances and not only do we totally respect your call, we’ve also made some programming changes to help give you some options.If you’re not yet ready to come back to in-person lessons, that’s completely fine. Everyone's first lessons is free! So sign up today on our website or email santaclarita.schoolofrock.com with your specific questions.

Music
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Science Mill's Explorer Zone
Science Mill

The Science Mill is taking the museum experience online! Head to the Explorer Zone for a weekly STEM video series, hands-on science and interactive games. Join Science Mill staff for virtual field trips to the museum’s 50+ exhibits, then try an activity together and explore connections to STEM careers. At the Explorer Zone, you'll find step-by-step activity sheets, Career Connections resources and bonus videos and games. Please join the Science Mill email list to be notified of new shows and resources, and please help us spread the word! 

Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
VIRTUAL STEM enrichment with LEGO® bricks
Snapology of North York

VIRTUAL FALL ENRICHMENT
Weekly One Hour Online Classes

Do you have an avid LEGO® builder at home? We teach STEM skills using LEGO® bricks . Our programs  encourage creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, metacognition, resilience and more. At this time,  We have adpated our curriculum from us being a face to face program to an online/ virtual interactive experience with great success. We've been doing this since March and got it down!

Classes Available Monday - Friday
2pm-3pm (EST), 4pm-5pm (EST), 7pm-8pm (EST)
Introductory Week: 9/8-9/11
Session 1: (six weeks) 9/14-10/23
Session 2: (four weeks) 10/5-10/30
Session 3: (eight weeks)10/26-12/18
Session 4: (four weeks)11/2-11/27
Find out why parents and kids rave about our virtual classes during our introductory week!

 

Science - STEM - General
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Radiant Writers
STAR Institute

Ages 4-6 - A multi-sensory approach to handwriting using Connect Experience Write Program. Through the use of music and movement- support foundational handwriting skills in a way that is FUN! 

  • 3:00PM - 45 minutes
  • $360/2-week block (8 sessions, Mon-Thurs)
  • Sept 14-Sep 24
Writing
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
$
School Readiness and Booster Program
STAR Institute

Our in-person school readiness booster program is designed to enhance your child's skills and build on their strengths to prepare them for a school environment. Our goal is to provide a supportive, therapeutic group program that allows your child to build confidence, self-esteem, self-awareness, and maintain the regulation they need to transition to the school setting. 

Our occupational therapists have extensive training in sensory integration approach and the DIR/Floortime methodology, both of which focus on the child's capacity to regulate and communicate.

This program helps with:

  • Difficulty separating from parents 
  • Potty training difficulties 
  • Frequent meltdowns 
  • Difficulty socializing 
  • Lack of independence 
  • Delayed play skills and other milestones 
  • Communication and advocating
  • Delayed fine motor and visual perceptual skills
  • Building cognitive and physical endurance for the school year
  • Identifying supports and accommodations for the classroom setting

 

Thanks in part to the Get Grounded Foundation we now have 4 Full Scholarship opportunities available for the Winter 2021 semester.

If you are interested in applying, please complete the intake form below and select YES when asked if you are interested in taking part in funding assistance. Applications will be reviewed in the order that they are received. Duration of the awarded scholarship will be determined on a case by case basis, established by the needs of the child/family and the assessment completed by the STAR Institute team. For additional questions please contact us at groups@spdstar.org

Academic - General
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
$
Virtual Creative Writing Workshops
Stories Served Around The Table Creative Writing Workshop

Creative Writing Workshops offer children of all ages avenues towards understanding and experiencing the creative writing processes. Personal essays, journaling, and storytelling compel students to take a chance and compose pieces that are salient to their perspective. Through prompts, the students write beyond the facts and chronicle events to create essays and storylines that are fun to write and a joy to read. The workshops include the editing and researching processes and review the value of kind critiques.  School author visits and professional development workshops are available live or through a virtual platform. 

 Four  Stories Served Around The Table Creative Writing Workshops are available NOW:

  1. Becoming Daily Bread is an author presentation and reading of how Daily Bread came to be. Listening to stories and understanding the backdrop of place and time are key to weaving a compelling tale. Students are encouraged to participate and brainstorm stories.   
  2. Journal On! A Writer’s Daily Workshop presents the value of daily journal practice for both students and teachers. Journal writing is a creative outlet. With practice, the written words paint the pictures and feel the emotions of the moments. Memories stir. Reflection reveals paths, solutions, and gratitude. Storytelling is born. Students are guided with prompts and strategies to create a means to fit journal writing into their day.
  3. Writers Write Workshop presents the core of written storytelling. Compelling personal experience stories, tales told around the dinner table or in the cafeteria, and reminiscences of people who touched our lives all have a voice that draws a reader into the journey. Students have the opportunity to interview, write short narratives, employ editing tactics, and participate in a kind critiquing session.
  4. Creative Writing With History Workshop takes students through the research process of writing historical fiction. Every major event has had a ripple effect on ordinary people and their stories. Finding and reading through interviews, articles, photographs, and maps are part of the process (and the fun). The styles of dress and hair and what people ate during a specific period provide the details that make a fictional story, in a period of time, believable. Students will brainstorm a premise during an era they are currently studying and use a template to guide their research.
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
Musical Theatre Kids 2021 Spring Online Class: Monty Python’s Spamalot
Sundog Theatre

In this online theatre class, students focus on imagination, creation, and theatre games as well as a digital rehearsal for a final performance. The final performance will also take place online and the video will be shared at a later date. Musical Theatre Kids is an entertaining way to learn presentation skills, work with other children, and present a final show. Students have the opportunity to develop their theatre and public presentation skills as they rehearse for a production which enables them to put theory into practice and to work as a team. Each week a different skill is introduced to the children.

Theater
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Online Science Club
The Children's Museum- West Hartford, CT

Join the Online Science Club today! 

Our club will meet virtually through Zoom two days a week for four weeks! 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm! We will explore different science themes and do different activities to keep your child entertained after ‘school’. Enjoy interactive animal demonstrations with animals from the Wildlife Sanctuary. We will provide ideas for take away experiments and crafts that you can do with your family with items you can find around your house! On the following club day, students will be able to share their experiment/crafts with the group.

Science - STEM - General
Nature
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Bubbles and Friends YouTube Channel
The Learning Experience Pflugerville

Bubbles and Friends provides educational entertainment for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and children of all ages. Join Bubbles the Elephant, and his best friend, Braden, for new and exciting adventures your kids will love.

Subscribe to stay up to date on Bubbles and Braden's latest adventures including: - Field Trips - Science Experiments - Story Time - Sing-A-Longs - And More!

Science - STEM - General
Music
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Mind Riot 2020
The Leonardo Museum of Creativity and Innovation

 

2020 Theme Rapid Response Innovation

The world has changed and Mind Riot is changing too. This year’s theme is all about innovative solutions in a global pandemic.

What is Mind Riot?

Mind Riot is a week-long virtual entrepreneurship competition designed for Utah high school students that want to change the world. Students will learn about social entrepreneurship from professionals in the fields of science, business and technology. Students will form teams and design a product or service that would solve a social problem.

High schoolers make the best entrepreneurs. They take risks, think big and refuse to bow to the current realities of the world. The Leonardo’s Mind Riot program is all about unleashing this entrepreneurial talent to solve pressing social and environmental problems. This October, The Leonardo convenes 100 of the most curious and creative high school students to undertake a one week sprint to generate innovate solutions around a yearly topic such as energy, education, health or pollution. Students are paired with mentors and experts from the community to help them refine their concepts before pitching their big ideas “Shark Tank-style” for cash and prizes to help turn their ideas into action. Mind Riot is much more than a fun and educational thought experiment, it sparks innovative thinking and change.

Science - STEM - General
STEM - Computers
High School
$
Nature Detectives Afterschool Program
The Nature of Things

Join our trained Naturalists once a week for a fun and interactive virtual program designed to get kids interested and excited about nature. Children will get the chance to see and learn about our live animal ambassadors and gain a better understanding of the environment around us. This is open to children in K-4 (ages 5-9). Call us at 914-276-3454 or email us at natureofthings@aol.com for more information and to sign up.

Nature
Early Elementary School
$
After-School Programs- Fall, 2020 with Tilles Center
Tilles Center For The Performing Arts - New York

Tilles Center offers a variety of virtual and live after-school & weekend programs to help your child explore their creativity, develop skills and experience the joy of performing!

Our instructors are professionals who have performed around the world on stage, in film and on television. Click on a class below to learn more.

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Treehouse Museum Channel on Youtube
Treehouse Children's Museum

Music, Art, Preschool Readiness and more! Join us on the Treehouse channel for more Treehouse at Your House!

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
Music
Theater
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Tutoring & Homework Help
Walltown Children's Theatre - Durham, NC

As an extension of the PLAY (Peer Leadership through the Arts for Youth) program, Walltown has developed a robust tutoring network offering after-school tutoring assistance for students of all grades.​  In light of current distance learning conditions, we anticipate the need for one-to-one mentoring and tutoring will increase in the greater community.  Students can be matched with tutors focusing on either English or Math for 30 mns to an hour of tutoring and homework help.  Register for homework help and the office will match your student with a tutor.

Tutoring
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
YMCA E-Learning Support
YMCA at O.P. Schnabel Park

The YMCA is offering virtual learning support and all-day care for youth ages 5 to 13, through October 16. We invite youth to join us each week for studies and fun as the YMCA provides Wi-Fi, support with virtual classrooms, school work completion, and engaging activities. Learn more and register at ymcasatx.org/e-learning-support.

Details and What to Expect:

  •  Masks are encouraged for all children and required for children over 10.
  •  Y Staff greet parents at the front of the building and escort children into the facility. Per CDC guidelines, parents should not enter the building unless absolutely necessary,
  • Y staff takes the temperature of each child prior to accepting the child for the day. Any child with a fever will not be permitted to attend.
  • Children wash their hands upon entering the building before joining their group.
  • Children are divided into smaller groups and spaced throughout the facility. 
  • YMCA staff are assigned to clean throughout the day and the facility will be cleaned prior to children entering the next day.
  • Morning & afternoon snack is provided.
  • All sites are HHS or TDH licensed.
  • All staff pass background checks.
  • All staff are CPR, First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens Certified.
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
E-Learning Support at the YMCA
YMCA of Greater San Antonio

The YMCA is offering virtual learning support and all-day care for youth ages 5 to 13, through October 16. We invite youth to join us each week for studies and fun as the YMCA provides Wi-Fi, support with virtual classrooms, school work completion, and engaging activities. Learn more and register at ymcasatx.org/e-learning-support.

Details and What to Expect:

  •  Masks are encouraged for all children and required for children over 10.
  •  Y Staff greet parents at the front of the building and escort children into the facility. Per CDC guidelines, parents should not enter the building unless absolutely necessary,
  • Y staff takes the temperature of each child prior to accepting the child for the day. Any child with a fever will not be permitted to attend.
  • Children wash their hands upon entering the building before joining their group.
  • Children are divided into smaller groups and spaced throughout the facility. 
  • YMCA staff are assigned to clean throughout the day and the facility will be cleaned prior to children entering the next day.
  • Morning & afternoon snack is provided.
  • All sites are HHS or TDH licensed.
  • All staff pass background checks.
  • All staff are CPR, First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens Certified.

 

Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Coding Classes for Kids
Young Gates- San Francisco

Various options to choose from.

Visit : www.younggates.com for details.

Call: 650-229-4307

Email : info@younggates.com

STEM - Computers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Performing Arts (Music, Theater, Dance...)
Title Description Cost
Tricky biz Magic Academy

We teach important life and social skills by empowering young people through the art of magic. $100-$250

Science - STEM - General
Visual arts / crafts
Theater
Misc
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Utah Symphony | Utah Opera: School From Home

Utah Symphony | Utah Opera has gone online with free educational learning resources, virtual assemblies, and instrument and voice video libraries in “School From Home,” extending the reach of outreach programs that normally reach 155,000 students and 7,000 teachers each year. For more information, visit https://utahopera.org/education/school-from-home/ and https://utahsymphony.org/education/school-from-home/ “We are thrilled that we can offer students and teachers educational experiences with the wonders of the internet,” said Education and Community Outreach Director Paula Fowler. “Through ‘School From Home,” we are connecting with music students and teachers around the state and beyond with our dynamic content offering everything from virtual opera assemblies to videos highlighting individual orchestra instruments and voice types.” USUO continues to connect communities to the uplifting power of music through social media channels and the website. Amusing and entertaining videos filmed by musicians from home include the viral post by Principal Clarinet Tad Calcara performing George Gershwin’s “Somebody Loves Me” on all four instruments: https://www.facebook.com/utahsymphony/videos/232406601208912/ The “Listening Rooms” also offer up close and personal opportunities to bring the sounds of the orchestra and opera directly into people’s homes. Past performance clips, audio streams of recordings, curated playlists, and Ghost Light podcasts are available around the clock and on demand. For more information, visit the “Listening Room” for Utah Symphony (https://utahsymphony.org/explore/playlists/listening-room/) and Utah Opera (https://utahopera.org/explore/playlists/listening-room/). KBYU radio station Classical 89 will increase broadcasts in the coming weeks of previously recorded performances and some commercial recordings that the orchestra has published in recent years, including works by Prokofiev, Berlioz and Saint-Saens. For a complete list of the air dates, times and programs, visit https://utahsymphony.org/radio-broadcasts/ Ghost Light Podcast, hosted by former orchestra general manager Jeff Counts and Utah Opera principal coach Carol Anderson, is holding its first live Zoom video call on Tues. April 14 at 5 pm (MST) in a conversation with Utah Opera Artistic Director Christopher McBeth. The discussion will feature a Q&A opportunity for audiences to pose questions and interact in the live Zoom forum. Utah Symphony | Utah Opera announced the suspension of 13 performances through May 23, 2020 in response to the state’s increased COVID-19 precautions for social distancing and Salt Lake County Arts and Culture’s announcement that performing arts venues will be closed through May 15, 2020. About Utah Symphony | Utah Opera Education Department The Education Department of Utah Symphony | Utah Opera creates and oversees opportunities in music for audiences of all ages, with special emphasis on musical experiences for K-12 students and teachers. As the largest non-profit performing arts organization in Utah, USUO promotes a broad public knowledge and appreciation of music through more than 30 state-assisted community outreach programs, amounting to more than 600 performances annually. USUO Education serves more than 7,000 teachers and 155,000 students each year throughout Utah by bringing both symphony and opera programs, free of charge, to every school district in Utah over a three- to five-year rotation. For more information, visit usuoeducation.org.

Academic - General
Music
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Dance Cavise Studios- Dance Classes For All Ages

Dance Cavise Studios is offering over 30 dance classes weekly via ZOOM for ages 2-92. 

Dance
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Keegan Theatre - Online Classes with Keegan Theatre

Keegan PLAY-RAH-KA is launching a series of online programs for youth. Your children can use their imaginations to get outside the house and create a world with friends across the digital sphere. We’re bringing boisterous merry-making into your home. This is truly a party you don't want to miss!

Theater
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Piano Time (with Mr. Steve from SteveSongs): First lessons in piano on YouTube

FREE intro piano lessons via Mr. Steve's YouTube Channel! In five short 5-minute lessons, start playing piano right away.  Learn how to make every major  and minor chord and how to download chord sheets so you can play any song you like. No need to read music or take weeks of lessons. For anyone interested, kids through adults! You'll be amazed at what you can play. 

Music
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Tilles Center for Performing Arts - Arts Smart: Staying active while learning from home

A 5-minute course on how to move from caterpillar to butterfly (like Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar).

Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Theater
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Mrs Chacon’s Violin Studio: Violin Teacher

Continuing violin classes for any level players
Juilliard trained Concert Violin

$40-120

Music
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
North Texas Performing Arts - Virtual Performing Arts Classes

Go VIRTUAL with the top performing arts instructors in Dallas! With 30 years of experience in performing arts education, North Texas Performing Arts is excited to bring you a full curriculum of fun and unique interactive classes that you can join online and in the safety of your home! Our classes are taught by extraordinary directors, actors and singers who have worked everywhere from Broadway to L.A. NTPA has made over 30 online courses available in a wide range of exciting topics. While kids or parents are home looking for something to do, this is a great time to try a new skill or hone your triple threat! The beauty of virtual classes is that they are open to anyone in the world!

Dance
Music
Theater
Visual arts / crafts
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Michael Edwards Music Studio - Online private Music instruction

Weekly private music lessons from your computer to mine. Most instruments, all ages: String, woodwind, keyboard, and brass

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Future of Talent Company - Dance Class
Virtual Dance classes and fun!
 
Dance
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Broadway Theatre Project Online Revue

BTP is excited to provide a FREE opportunity for all young musical theatre students to receive feedback on video recordings of their performances. Click here for more information about the Broadway Theatre Project.

Theater
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Music Speaks: Music From Home

We now have a brand new video series, Music From Home, where we will be sharing music & movement, relaxation, sign language & more! Perfect for your kiddos who are missing out on their music classes in school. Feel free to share and let's get moving (with music).

Music
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
2020 Matt's Online Music Together
2020 Matt's Online Music Together

Music Together® is an internationally recognized early childhood music and movement program for ages 0-4 and the adults who love them. We strongly believe that all children can be musical, learn to sing in tune, keep a beat, and participate with confidence in a social setting, provided that their early environment supports such learning. Our mission is create that environment.

Music
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
$
Songwriting Enrichment Class from A Time to Create
A Time to Create

The songwriting class is designed for students in grades K-8. Students will learn how to express their feelings/emotions by writing original songs.

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
ATA Online Acting, Singing & Dance Classes
Academy of Theatre Arts

ATA will open this Fall for both in-person and virtual classes. Join us this fall as we educate, empower & enrich WNY students through the power of theatre! Offering classes age 3-18 in Acting, Singing, Private Voice & Dancing! Visit www.academyoftheatrearts.com for more information!

Music
Theater
Dance
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
ACE Studios
ACE Studios

Homeschooling? We have the perfect extracurricular to keep the little ones active and social throughout the week. In each class we will learn exciting routines and the art of dance in a safe uplifting environment . Aside from dance, students will learn  positive words of the day...Promoting self esteem, confidence, and positive thinking. The music played in class is always age appropriate.

Dance
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Actor's Youth Theatre - Online Classes
Actors Youth Theatre
All our classes - dance, acting and voice are all up and running online.
 
Music
Theater
Dance
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Actor's Youth Theatre: Phoenix - Online Classes
Actors Youth Theatre

All our classes - dance, acting and voice are all up and running online. In private groups and zoom.

Theater
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Renaissance Adventures- Kids Online Enrichment Programs
Adventure Quest with Renaissance Adventures

New Online Adventure Quest and Dungeon Delver Classes for your family at Renaissance Adventures. All of our classes are live through Zoom meetings, where children work with our masterful Quest Leaders and play super fun tabletop role playing games (RPGs) with friends and peers. Choose a mythical character to play, go on epic adventures, and work together as a team to save a mythical kingdom. Every child gets to be a hero! We have something for just about everyone in the family, and during different times in the day to fit your unique schedule. Invite your friends and family to sign up with you today for social engagement, and imaginative, meaningful fun!

Academic - General
Music
Theater
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Misc
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
All Star Dance Academy - Online Dance Classes
All Star Dance Academy

Offering online dance classes thru Facebook live and zoom. Weekly free class available. 

Dance
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
ADTC Virtual Dance Boot Camps
American Dance Training Camps

Beginning in January 2021, join American Dance Training Camps for weekend zoom dance boot camps! After 10 inspiring weeks of summer 2020 virtual dance camps, we're adding more! ADTC virtual dance boot camps allow girls ages 8 - 17 to make new friends, learn cool moves, and grow as dancers and people from the comfort of home.

January Dance Boot Camps (Sat & Sun, 2-5pm EST/day)

  • Contemporary Dance Boot Camp: Jan 9th - 10th
  • Hip Hop Dance Boot Camp: Jan 16th - 17th
  • Jazz Dance Boot Camp: Jan 23rd - 24th

ADTC Weekend Virtual Dance Camps help you deepen your understanding of a particular dance style by studying its history, technique and choreography. Each virtual dance boot camp takes place Saturday & Sunday (with live instruction from 2 - 5pm EST each day).

During "live" hours, you'll have two-way zoom instruction/discussion with our world-class dance instructors. On-demand video recordings will be emailed to you after class so you can keep practicing at home (we have a virtual show each month!). Campers are divided into dance groups by age/ability and learn 3 performance combinations in the style of the weekend w/ the option to also choreograph/submit a solo for our Dance Idol Competition.

ADTC is so much more than dance! Daily self-growth, team challenges & theme days make our virtual dance camps truly fun & engaging. Best of all? Campers are also invited to share solo videos in our All-Camp Show. Our monthly show for family, friends & fellow campers is offered as a live zoom "watch party" - perfect for families who cannot be physically together!

We're also offering weeknight virtual dance classes beginning Jan 11th.

Dance
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
ADTC Virtual Dance Classes
American Dance Training Camps

Beginning in January 2021, join American Dance Training Camps for weeknight zoom dance classes! After 10 inspiring weeks of summer 2020 virtual dance camps, we're adding more! ADTC virtual dance classes allow girls ages 8 - 17 to make new friends, learn cool moves, and grow as dancers and people from the comfort of home. 

  • Monday nights beginning Jan 11th: Contemporary Dance (7-8pm EST)
  • Wednesday nights beginning Jan 13th: Hip Hop Dance (7-8pm EST)
  • Thursday nights beginning Jan 14th: Jazz Dance (7-8pm EST)

Every class includes fresh choreography & technique. During "live" hours, you'll have two-way zoom instruction/discussion with our world-class dance instructors. Dancers are divided into groups by age/ability for all ADTC virtual dance classes & camps. On-demand video recordings are emailed after class, and dancers are encouraged to keep practicing at home.

Participants in all ADTC virtual dance classes & camps are also invited to choreograph a dance for our monthly "Dance Idol" competition & share solo videos in our monthly Virtual Show for family, friends & fellow dancers (offered as a live zoom "watch party" - perfect for families who cannot be physically together!).

We're also offering weekend dance boot camps beginning Jan 9th & 10th (Sat & Sun, 2-5pm EST/day).

 

Dance
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
ADTC Free Holiday Dance Week, Dec 12-18
American Dance Training Camps

'Tis The Season! Join American Dance Training Camps for a FREE week of virtual dance classes this Holiday Season! Attend one or all classes (no limit). Zoom participants are also invited to choreograph a solo for our Thursday "Dance Idol" competition & share performance videos in our Virtual Holiday Show on Friday, Dec 18th @ 7pm EST:

  • Sat & Sun, Dec 12th - 13th: FREE Dance Boot Camp* (2-5pm EST/day)
  • Mon, Dec 14th: Contemporary (7-8:30pm EST)
  • Tues, Dec 15th: Hip Hop (7-8:30pm EST)
  • Wed, Dec 16th: Jazz (7-8:30pm EST)
  • Thurs, Dec 17th: Dance Idol Competition (7-7:30pm EST)
  • Fri, Dec 18th: Virtual Holiday Show (7-8pm EST)

* Boot Camp is "Triple-Threat" - dancers will take classes in all three styles: contemporary, hip hop & jazz. Our Friday night show for family, friends & fellow dancers is offered as a live zoom "watch party" - perfect for families who cannot be physically together!

Every class includes fresh choreography & technique. During "live" hours, you'll have two-way zoom instruction/discussion with our world-class dance instructors. Dancers are divided into groups by age/ability for all ADTC virtual dance classes & camps. On-demand video recordings are emailed after class, and dancers are encouraged to keep practicing at home.

Dance
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Online Voice Lessons
Andrea Saposnik Voice Studio

Andrea Saposnik Voice Studio is currently offering online lessons via FaceTime, Skype, and Zoom. Our teachers are experienced with online lessons, and have been teaching long-distance students in this manner for a number of years.

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Arts in CT Corporation-Online Arts Classes
Arts in CT Corporation

Creating and customizing online arts classes for kids of all ages! Everyone deserves a break and some creative fun. Arts is in all forms from Music, Art, Theater, Dance, Arts and Crafts and Edible Arts!

Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Dance
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Private Music Lessons
Arts+

Ready to embrace your inner musician?  Whether you’re just starting out or taking it to the next level, you can reach your potential with Arts+.

We work with you to create an individualized, convenient and affordable music experience on a wide range of instruments - in any style and regardless of age or ability.

Arts+ has a 50 year history of excellence, top-notch instructors, locations all over Charlotte and is dedicated to building a community of music.  So it’s little wonder that Arts+ has one of the largest private lessons programs in North Carolina.

Take the leap and learn more: New Student Inquiry Form

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Charlotte Children's Choir at Arts+
Arts+

Unleashing creativity, transforming lives and building community through outstanding and accessible CHOIR education. 

ith three different ensembles, there is sure to be a place for treble-voiced young singers between ages 8 and 18. We are seeking young singers who are excited to make excellent music and willing to commit to weekly rehearsals from September to May.

To join, just fill out our New Singer Form so that we can schedule a time to meet for a singing placement.  Placements take about 15 minutes, and singers don’t need to prepare anything special. One of our teachers will guide the singer through pitch-matching exercises and vocal range exploration.

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Bach to Rock Penfield Virtual Fall Music Camps - Every Week (ages 5-17)
Bach to Rock Penfield

11 Music Camps to Choose From 

Every week, starting 9/14/20!

Weekly camp sessions are held Monday - Friday.

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Bach To Rock Penfield's FALL Pre-School Music Program
Bach to Rock Penfield

Pre-School Music 1/2 day Program - You choose the day! Ten week program from September 14-November 20. With instruments as diverse as the African hand-drums and Australian didgeridoos, adventurers play and explore music and instruments with guided movement activities and musically inspired story-telling experiences. Kids will love spending their time immersed in this global musical vacation. 

Music
Preschoolers
$
Bach To Rock Penfield's FALL Online Music Classes
Bach to Rock Penfield

NEW, ONLINE MUSIC CLASSES START SEPTEMBER 14 Learn to play an instrument, sing, write songs, produce music and explore music via Bach to Rock’s new, online fall classes. Nine, 45 minute, weekly classes to choose from. All online classes are delivered via Zoom and include live instruction. Ten week classes start the week of September 14. Classes end the week of November 16. Choose from:

· Guitar (ages 9+)

· Drum (ages 7+)

· Piano (ages 7+)

· Ukulele (ages 7+)

· Voice (ages 7+)

· Songwriting (ages 8+)

· Music Production (ages 8+)

· Rock City (ages 5-6)

· Fun with Music (ages 7-9)

· Intro to DJing Online (ages 10+)

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Bach to Rock Penfield Music School- Virtual Online Music Lessons
Bach to Rock Penfield

Continue your music education with Bach to Rock Penfield’s virtual music lessons! We offer lessons for all ages, all instruments and all music genres. Our only requirement is that you have an instrument at home and video streaming device (computer, tablet, cellphone).

Enroll in lessons today! Call 585-364-3766 or email Penfield@Bachtorock.com. Visit our website at https://penfield.b2rmusic.com/online-music-lessons
to learn more about our online program!

Music
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Online Music Lessons
Band Aid School of Music

Learn to play an instrument online with local professional musicians from Austin, TX! We welcome all ages and skill levels! 

Visual arts / crafts
Music
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Personal Online Music Lessons
Beats & Bars Music School

Whether you are picking up music as a new hobby, homeschooling or going to school in person, we will match you with a tutor to help you reach your musical goals! Our Qualified Music Teachers are offering online lessons for piano, guitar, bass, singing, drums, woodwind, brass and more. Contact us today!

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Music Enrichment from Bloom Creative Arts
Bloom Creative Arts

 

Online Songwriting Workshop

Children need extra support in times of uncertainty. We are here to help.Song writing fosters self-expression. It works through emotions that are hard to talk about.

Our Online Song-writing workshop is led one-on-one with a Board Certified Music Therapist.

Connection. Expression. Support

$75/1 hour session or $140/ four 30 minute sessions

Online Buddy Beats

Each week a 30 minute buddy zoom class lead by one of our music therapists gives Rockers the 1:1 attention they need to learn and grow. This is the time for you and your buddy to connect and rock out together!

Song Instruction Library
Rockers have access to a library of videos that teach their favorite songs. Instructors guide you as you learn chords, strumming patterns, and riffs. Videos are available in beginner, intermediate, and advanced categories so you can continue to grow as an artist.

Background Tracks
Rockers can choose from a variety of background tracks that pair with the song instruction library and help them to ROCK OUT at their own pace. What is "We Will Rock You" without the drum beat?

Love. Nurture. Grow. Bloom.
Our team of Board-Certified Music Therapists teaches the way your child learns. Instruction is individualized and encourages movement to process understanding. We think "out of the box" to tackle learning road blocks. Learning to play music has never been so easy and fun!

$35/30 minute session

Academic - General
Music
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Boogaloo Academy/ A Star Society
Boogaloo Academy/A Star Society

 

Register now for Boogaloo Academy’s  2020-2021 season.
 
Join our vibrant community!
 
The Best of Both Worlds with Street and Classical Dance styles.
Recreational to competitive for ages 1.5years to adult.
 
On line and In studio classes start on Sept. 7th.
 
We carefully implement Covid-19 safety protocols. 
Don’t miss out as class sizes need to be limited.
 
 
 
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
Breitling Perfroming Arts is now offering online classes!
Breitling Performing Arts

Online classes for homeschool and afterschool programs for all ages! Musical theatre, beginning acting, homeschool, after school, painting, dance.

Academic - General
Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Mathematics
Visual arts / crafts
Music
Theater
Dance
Exercise / Health / Yoga
Tutoring
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Broadway Bound Kids
Broadway Bound Kids

Our programs are designed to meet each student where they are while honing their performing arts skills and having lots of fun! Within a few short months, our Virtual Programs have set the standard for the Department of Education, and have been featured by Time Out Kids, NY1, and more.

$275-$600

Broadway Bound Kids (est. 2004) is a performing arts education organization based in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs. Our mission is to inspire and empower kids of all ages through the performing arts.

Music
Theater
Dance
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Broadway Teaches Kids
Broadway Teaches Kids - After School and Weekend Programs

BTK faculty includes talented professional artists who are wonderful educators. In today's virtual world, we want to create as close to the experience of a normal arts program as possible. Through lessons, games, and exercises, your child will have an opportunity artistically express themselves. Students will tap into their imaginations and learn skills to create fantasy worlds. They will leave BTK with a toolbox filled with exciting and usable skills to continue with on their life’s journey.

Music
Theater
Dance
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
Broadway Training Center 2020-2021 School Year
Broadway Training Center of Westchester
Based on guidelines for individual activity styles like dance, voice, and acting, BTC will be carefully considering safety options to create a blended learning style, aligned with public after-school programming this 2020-2021 School Year. We anticipate K-6th grade courses being virtual at the start of season and 7-12th grade courses happening in-our newly renovated outdoor studio; Zoom option also available.  BTC has had incredble success with online learning and class dynmaics have only become more exciting!  Celebrate our 29th year of BTC community both on and off the stage.  
 
Music
Theater
Dance
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Canalside Music Together Classes
Canalside Music Together

Canalside Music Together has been singing and dancing with the Rochester community for over 15 years. Join us to learn songs, movement activities, and dances which are fun in themselves and provide for fun music-making at home. You may also discover or rediscover your own love to sing and dance, and find great satisfaction and joy in making music with your children!

Join our Canalside Music Together community and nurture your child's music skill, creativity, self-expression, confidence, and overall development. Check it out for yourself by visiting a class (schedule a demo class, call us at 585-356-8879, or email us for more information). Come see what parents around the globe have been raving about for decades!

Music
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
Adults
$
Online Music Lessons, All Instruments + Voice
Cary School of Music

Since 1993, Cary School of Music has provided top quality music instruction to students of all ages, offering private lessons in piano, voice, drums, violin, viola, cello, guitars, ukulele, trumpet, trombone, french horn, clarinet, flute, saxophones, harp, and more. Lessons are currently online only due to the pandemic. New student registration is ongoing. Call 919-460-0052 or email caryschoolofmusic@att.net for more information. 

Music
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
Adults
$
Gradeschooler Family Fun Music Class
Center for Music Therapy
Join us for a fun and exciting weekly music exploration and creation together with your family! We will sing, dance, improvise, and create music to share with one another along our musical adventure!
The cost for this class is $120 a month per family. You must have a child aged 6-9 years old, siblings of any age welcomed and encouraged to join!
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Our music team has been synchronizing the power of human potential with music for over 27 years in Austin. We have run dozens of group classes over the years and are pleased to offer a virtual version this year.
Music
Early Elementary School
$
Toddler + Preschooler Family Fun Music Class
Center for Music Therapy
Join us for a fun and exciting weekly music exploration and creation together with your family! We will sing, dance, improvise, and create music to share with one another along our musical adventure!
The cost for this class is $120 a month per family. You must have a child aged 2-5 years old, siblings of any age welcomed and encouraged to join!
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Our music team has been synchronizing the power of human potential with music for over 27 years in Austin. We have run dozens of group classes over the years and are pleased to offer a virtual version this year.
Music
Babies/Toddlers
Preschoolers
$
ONLINE DRAMA CLASSES FALL 2020
Children's Arts Theatre School

 

CATS Online Fall 2020 Classes

 All Online classes are held on Thursday evenings

Junior ONLINE Class Age 3-6, 4:00-5:00 pm

Intermediate ONLINE Class Ages 7-11, 5:00-6:00 pm

Advanced ONLINE Class Ages 12+, 6:00-7:00 pm

 

 

CATS FALL (TERM 1 ) ONLINE PROGRAMMING

This Fall, Children's Arts Theatre School will also be offering on-line classes! We realize that this style of learning is more comfortable for some right now, and we want to ensure we reach all of our students. These classes will be an hour long and have a cap of 15 students. The curriculum will consist of voice and character work with games and movement warm ups. A final presentation of monologues and short skits will be performed by the students and recorded. Each child will be sent their scenes as a memory they will get to keep forever.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO REGISTER TODAY! 

Theater
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Children's Theatre of Charlotte Creative Drama Sessions Online
Children's Theatre of Charlotte

Students explore their imaginations, build confidence and develop important social skills while investigating theatre concepts and vocabulary presented for their age level. We offer five- and 10-week classes with start dates that vary by program. 

Side-by-Side | Ages 2 and 3
5-week sessions
Parents or caregivers share in this five-week classroom experience of guided activities and creative play. This class helps our youngest students take those first steps into the world of theatre, while cultivating social development skills, such as peer interaction, independence and creative exploration.

My Spotlight | Ages 4 and 5
10-week sessions
Children’s literature provides the basis for story dramatization in this 10-week class. We explore foundational performance skills through games, activities and crafts.

Acting AdventuresAges 6 and 7
10-week sessions
Explore a story though movement, characterization and improvisation in this 10-week class. We create stories based on classic and modern tales from children’s literature. This class is a great introductory experience before entering the School of Theatre Training or continuing with our Young Explorers.

Young ExplorersAges 8 to 10
10-week sessions
Students jump into an investigative drama as they solve a mystery in this 10-week class. Each week is a new episode challenging them to unravel the story while exploring characters “in role.” Their decisions shape the plot from moment to moment in this immersive experience.

Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Theater
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
$
Children's Theatre of Charlotte Online Dance Classes and Private Acting and Voice Lessons
Children's Theatre of Charlotte

Whether or not you are a student studying with us at the School of Theatre Training (SOTT), building your confidence and enhancing your skills is something every performer needs. Our education department recognizes consistent dance training is critical to an actor’s development and many young performers are not confident in their singing skills or acting skills. With our dances classes and private lessons, you can build that confidence and skill in a low pressure setting. 

Broadway Beginning Dance | Grades 5 through 12 
Fall Session (10 weeks) | Oct. 3 - Dec. 12, 2020
Winter Session (10 weeks) | Jan. 9 - Mar. 13, 2021
You’ll have a blast laying the foundations in this beginner-level dance experience! Class mixes elements from ballet and jazz styles while exploring across-the-floor exercises and dance combinations. Students will increase their body awareness and build confidence in dance terminology.

Online Private Voice Lessons | Grades 5 through 12 
Fall Session (5 weeks) | Sept. 30 - Oct. 31, 2020 | Nov. 4 - Dec. 12, 2020
Winter Session (5 weeks) | Jan. 6 - Feb. 6, 2021 | Feb. 10 - Mar. 13, 2021
Students receive five half-hour lessons taught one-on-one via Zoom* with our vocal performance professionals. Students focus on resonance, breath control, intonation and development of their higher and lower registers.

Private Acting Coach | Grades 5 through 12
Fall Session (5 weeks) | Oct. 3 - 31, 2020 | Nov. 7 - Dec. 12, 2020
Winter Session (5 weeks) | Jan. 9 - Feb. 6, 2021 | Feb. 13 - Mar. 13, 2021
Students receive five half-hour lessons taught one-on-one with our coaches. Together we will break down the scene or monologue, identify what you are trying to accomplish, and then work the material until you have the confidence to deliver it in a powerful, truthful way. 

Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Music
Theater
Dance
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Chidren's Theatre of Charlotte School of Theatre Training Online
Children's Theatre of Charlotte

School of Theatre Training (SOTT) is a comprehensive 20-week program for studying the skills and techniques of acting and musical theatre. Class offerings vary at every age level, guaranteeing there is an entry point for your student in the progression of classes. No audition required.

These classes are available to all interested students; and include acting or musical theatre tracks. Students in these classes may enroll for multiple years at the Focus level before they are given a recommendation for Conservatory classes.

Foundations | Grades 3 through 12 | For students who are new to the SOTT program

Core | Grades 4 through 12 | For students who have completed a Foundations class

Focus | Grades 5 through 12 | For students who have completed a Core class

Reading
Writing
History / social studies
Music
Theater
Dance
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Amazing Musical Theater Classes - Dance, Acting & Voice
Christian Arts and Theatre
Christian Arts & Theatre of Corona (CAT) is a theater and arts educational program for students ages 4-18. For over 20 years, CAT has been committed to building up kids through excellence in the arts. All CAT Instructors are qualified professionals in their field, who not only give the children valuable skills in every aspect of creative arts, but also understand our fundamental goals. We offer a variety of virtual & in-person performing arts classes in the areas of: dance, acting, voice, and musical theater.
 
Music
Theater
Dance
Preschoolers
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
High School
$
Beginning/Intermediate Voice: Disney Villains!
Christian Youth Theater (CYT) - Houston

This class is filled with songs from your favorite Disney Villains. You will learn how to be a good singer by singing as the Bad Guy.  Songs like Be Prepared, Poor Unfortunate Souls, and Shiny from Moana are great songs for beginning vocalists. Disney Villains will give opportunity to focus on storytelling singing, learn healthy technique, and explore the voice while we embrace our inner mischief maker. 

Music
Theater
Early Elementary School
Late Elementary School
Middle School
$
In the Director's Chair
Christian Youth Theater (CYT) - Houston

Directing a stage production is challenging and multidimensional.  All aspects of the creative process should culminat