As per the most recent situation report from the World Health Organization, there have been 132,758 confirmed cases of COVID-19 around the world, resulting in 4,955 losses. In the United States, the number of confirmed/presumed cases of the disease surpassed 2,000 as of Friday afternoon, and the end toll across the nation climbed to 41, NBC reports.
Yesterday, President Donald Trump declared a “national emergency” during a press conference from the Rose Garden in Washington. The POTUS said: “To unleash the full power of the federal government for this effort today, I am officially declaring a national emergency.
Two very big words. “The action I am taking will open up access to up to $50 billion of very important and a large amount of money for States and territories and localities in our shared struggle against this disease.
“In furtherance of the order, I am urging every State to set up emergency operation centers effective immediately.” As a result of the ongoing pandemic, many schools across the country are halting classes and closing their doors in an effort to curb the outbreak. And even if their child’s school isn’t closing, many parents are choosing to pull their kids from class in order to self-isolate.
But fortunately, your children need not go without studying and education, as many education companies are now offering free subscriptions as a result of the school closures.
And, thanks to Amazing Educational Resources, here is a full list of websites that will allow you to sign-up for FREE in order to help your child along with their education during this difficult period. 2Simple ,AdmitHub, ABCMouse/Adventure Academy ,ALBERT, Alchemie ,American Chemistry Society ,Backpack Sciences, Boardmaker, BookCreator App BrainPop.
Breakout Edu, Buncee ,Century ,CheckMath, CircleTime Fun ,CiscoWebex ,CK-12 Foundation ,ClassDojo ,Classroom Secrets, ClassHook ,Classtime ,CMU CS Academy ,CommonLit ,Conjugemos ,Coursera for Campus ,Curriki ,Deck.
Toys ,DeltaMath ,Discovery Ed ,Dyslexia Academy.
Ecoballot EdConnect, Edmodo ,EdPuzzle ,Education Perfect ,Eduflow ,Edulastic ,Edu-Together ElementariEmile ,Epraise ,Epic! EverFi ,Explain Everything ,Fiveable Flipgrid, Fluency Matters ,Freckle Free Math ,Gamilab Genially, GoGuardian ,Good2Learn Google For Edu Gynzy.
Hapara Hawkes Learning ,HippoCampus Ideas Roadshow IDEA ,InThinking ,i-Ready, Izzit.org ,Kahoot, Kami, KET’s PBS Learning Media, Khan Academy ,Kids Discover Online, Kognity LabsLand ,Learning Apps ,Libby App ,ListenWise ,Manga High ,Microsoft Education, Minecraft: Education Edition ,MobyMax, Mozi, MusicFirst,Mystery Science, NearPod,Newsela,Nimbus Capture ,Outschool Otus ,Packback, Parlay ,Pear Deck .
PebbleGo By Capstone ,Peergrade ,PenPal ,Prodigy ,Pronto, Rockalingua, Salesforce ,ScienceWerkz ,Schoology, ScreenCastify, Seesaw, Seneca ,Seterra Geography ,Shmoop ,Sight Reading Suite ,SmartMusic ,Stemscopes, StoryBoard , Tailor-ED , TechSmith ,Tes Blendspace ,Twinkl ,Typing Club,Vidcode, ViewSonic, Voces Digital,Vroom App,Wakelete, We Video ,Zearn Zoom.
And don’t worry if you’ve never homeschooled before, because there are plenty of blogs and websites out there offering tips and tricks to help make learning at home as fun and educational as possible.
Here are some of our favorites: Homeschooling Ideas Dreambox .The Survival. Mom Scholastic, ThoughtCo.
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