Free Online Resources For Children
The following is a list of fun, safe and educational resources for children of all ages to engage, enjoy and develop constructive life skills.
Educational Activities and Games
Movement Activities and Games
Explore the Power of Reading
Wellpoint Care Network Employees Share Their Favorite Childrens Books
Ann hopes you enjoy… The Sneetches by Dr Seuss
Margarita hopes you enjoy… The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
Nancy hopes you enjoy… And Tango Makes Three by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell
Zander hopes you enjoy… Bark George by Jules Feiffer
Gina hopes you enjoy… The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner
Nancy hopes you enjoy… Have You Filled Your Bucket Today? by Carol McCloud
Andrew hopes you enjoy… The Berenstain Bears Show Some Respect by Jan and Mike Berenstain
Alex hopes you enjoy… Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss
Authors from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Ellia Ana Hill, author of The No Boy
Brenda Wesley, Leah Wesley and Niylah Kimble, authors of The Duck That Got Lost In The Hood
Kenneth Cole, author of No Bad News
Tips to Stay Healthy and Engaged
Health: Any time we are using computer screens, it is healthy to take multiple breaks multiple. These breaks help our brains, eyes and even our muscles! Take a quick walk around your home or quickly jog in place. How long you can hold a plank position? Time yourself!
Communication: Remember to enjoy conversations with your child! Ask questions about which games they choose and why. What are they learning about in school? What do they think about it? Ask if they can teach you how to play a game. Have your children ask you questions too! Create goals and challenges individually and together.
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