Your organization can still play a critical role for young people during this time of crisis. Discover resources and activities for young people to keep them engaged.
Resource • NFL • Added May 7, 2020
Access a custom set of lessons, videos and interactive activities, to get 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day.
Resource • Soar with Wings• Added May 7, 2020
Soar with Wings provides free standards-aligned learning activities that incorporate academics and fun while building social and emotional skills with grades K–5. Soar with Wings was created to equip educators with digital resources focused on social and emotional learning in the classroom and beyond.
PDF • McGraw Hill • Added May 1, 2020
McGraw Hill put together tips and activities to promote social and emotional development at home.
Website • Smithsonian Institution • Added April 2, 2020
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History virtual tours allow visitors to take self-guided, room-by-room tours of select exhibits and areas within the museum. Visitors can also choose collections and research areas at satellite support and research stations as well as past exhibits that are no longer on display.
Website • Monterey Bay Aquarium • Added April 2, 2020
Check out the numerous animals at the Monterey Bay Aquarium with their live feeds of otters, jellyfish, and the Monterey Bay.
Website • Philadelphia’s Magic Garden • Added April 5, 2020
Access a collection of free activities pages that provide fun and unconventional ways to promote creativity.
Resource • Scholastic • Added April 2, 2020
Scholastic put together day-by-day projects to keep young people reading, thinking, and growing. You can choose grade-appropriate lessons and schedules.
Visit www.helloinsight.org to learn more about Hello Insight, an online platform that helps youth-serving organizations continually evaluate and respond to young people’s social and emotional learning needs.