Vermont library resources – a page of resources for patrons of Vermont libraries
Children’s Literacy Foundation – Ideas for keeping kids busy
https://clifonline.org/clif-presenters-resources-for-learning-at-home/ Presenter resources for learning at home
https://www.readbrightly.com/ Book recommendations, reading guides, and activities sorted by age.
https://www.fbmarketplace.org/openebooks/ Free e-books. Here are also some family audio book recommendations.
Vermont ELA resources for distance learning A Google Doc tracking lots of digital learning resources. You can also add your own ideas.
https://www.moma.org/research-and-learning/classes Adult online classes By MOMA, Museum of Modern Art
https://www.loc.gov/item/prn-20-028/ Jason Reynolds, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature New Video Series and Newsletter
Vermont PBS has partnered with the Vermont Agency of Education to provide for continuity of learning for Vermont students and school communities during the COVID-19 outbreak, allowing Vermont teachers and students access to free educational resources via television broadcast throughout the duration of school closures.
Beginning April 6th, Vermont PBS will air specialized learning content each weekday from 7am-3pm on their MAIN tv channel and 12pm-5pm on their PLUS+ tv channel.
Visit the Vermont Historical Society Facebook page to join the the Vermont history trivia game (no Facebook account needed). https://www.facebook.com/VermontHistoricalSociety/
Crafting ebooks, from beginner’s guides to project ideas for seasoned crafters, to help readers keep busy during social distancing. Crafting ebooks through Library Journal