Great Resources

Oliver Jeffers reading The Day the Crayons Quit

Learn how hand sanitizer kills germs (and other awesome lessons) with a free account at Mystery Science.

Scholastic Learn at Home: Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing

Education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings (big list!)

Authors Everywhere, a Youtube Channel created and run by children’s book writers and illustrators. With all this talk of potential quarantines and school closures, we wanted to do something to offer relief for parents and kids who might find themselves stuck at home. On this channel, you’ll find workshops, readings, activities, art projects, writing games, writing advice, and more. We hope that we can offer you some fun, some distraction, and a creative outlet for any feelings that might come up during this time.

#StoryMarch – The Greater Boston Illustrators’ Group dreamed up #StoryMarch as the Covid-19 pandemic took over the daily lives of everyone we know. As schools and offices close and people are stuck at home without their usual activities and diversions, we hope that #StoryMarch might be a fun way for all artists of every age to stretch themselves a little and have fun.

Story Preservation Initiative -  a selection of audio stories from three master storytellers on the K-3 Storytelling Learning Lab. To access click K-3 Learning Lab on blue banner. A one-time registration is required; then click on “storytellers” and listen and enjoy at no cost.

Jarrett J. Krosoczka – Award-winning author and illustrator will be hosting free drawing webcasts every weekday at 2pm EST for at least the next few weeks.

Stuck Inside: Authors’ Virtual Book Club 

One hundred museums transformed their collections into free coloring pages

Storyline Online from the Screen Actors Guild, featuring actors reading picture books