4-H is putting together "Learn at Home" resources, including videos, webinars for teens with scientists, etc - https://extension.umaine.
At home learning checklist: a great resource for parents.
CK-12.org hand-picked math and science lessons for distance learning.
Community Learning for ME - a volunteer designed and built website. ALL educational opportunities and resources found on this site are FREE!
Coronavirus comic from NPR.
Coronavirus video for children from Brainpop.
Education Dive - librarians helping teachers and parents find resources during school closures.
Financial Education Resources from Bar Harbor Bank & Trust.
Google's TeachFromHome Resources
Google's Remote Work Hub includes resources and free tools. There is a specific section for students with tools for virtual learning.
Gro More Good program. The program includes a free online portal with educational/programmatic materials related to gardening and outdoor education, available to parents and educators. Gro More Good is designed to teach children the power of gardening and connect them with the outdoors and might be particularly valuable to parents and children during the COVID-19 quarantine.
Gulf of Maine Research Institute's Science Education team launches Home Delivery.
Junior Achievement (JA) resources.
Learning Computer Science when schools are closed https://code.org/athome
Maine Seaweed Week Recipe Challenge from AquacultureME!
Microsoft Digital Skils training
National Geographic at home education resources.
One parent's plan for Daddy School.
Random kid activity generator created by a Maine educator.
STEM@CGI at home.
Udemy coding for kids.
Wacky Math Hour - Join the Rappin' Mathematician Alex Kajitani every Tuesday for free math class.
Resources for mental health during Coronavirus:
NAMI updatesNAMI support Guidehttps://www.nami.org/
getattachment/About-NAMI/NAMI- News/2020/NAMI-Updates-on-the- Coronavirus/COVID-19-Updated- Guide-1.pdf?lang=en-USNational Child Traumatic Stress Network GuideShine (a really great mental health site and app with accurate and soothing resources)
Understood.org's Coronavirus resources.