This page will continue to be updated as more resources become available.

Please stay tuned for further information!

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

🌟🆕🌟 13 Virtual Ways to "Edutain" Kids about History and Preservation

Big History Project (High School)

"Crash Course" Educational Video Series (High School)

Crash Course offers witty, engaging videos on an array of AP High School subjects on YouTube! Crash Course transforms the traditional textbook model by presenting information in a fast-paced format, enhancing the learning experience.

Crash Course - Economics (High School)

Crash Course - U.S. Government & Politics (High School)

Crash Course - U.S. History (High School)

Crash Course - World History (High School)

DOGO News for Kids - Social Studies

iCivics

PBS Social Studies (PreK - 12th grade, can filter by grade level)

Smithsonian Learning Lab - Social Studies

Stanford History Education Group

🌟🆕🌟 "Stay-At-Home Chain" Daily History Craft

Make this paper chain with your kids, adding one link for each day your family is at home with notes on each date for interesting things that occurred in your family and in the world. This is a fun and easy daily craft project, and a unique way to remember this time in history and our families' lives.

Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance is dedicated to reducing prejudice, improving intergroup relations and supporting equitable school experiences for our nation’s children. There is even a special module specifically designed for the racism surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.

The Classroom Law Project

More resources coming soon - please stay tuned!

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