So, the kids are out for the next few weeks and, in most cases, they were not given any homework for the break.

Keep their little minds occupied with these educational websites:

National Geographic Kids - Like an online version of the magazine for kids, this site is loaded with videos and pictures of animals and places around the world.  There's even quizzes your kids can take.

PBS Kids - Free educational resources centered around PBS Kids characters like Clifford The Big Red Dog.

Scholastic Classroom - The well-known publisher of children's books and magazines is offering free learn at home programs for grades K through 6+

Math Games - The site offers free math games and quizzes for Pre-K through 8th grade

Scratch - For more advanced students, this website teaches them the basics of coding (programming apps, etc).  They can then share their creations.

IXL - The site is loaded with mini-quizzes in math, social studies, science, and more

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