With the coronavirus stay-at-home orders in place and schools across the nation being closed til next fall, here are a few ways your kids can get some useful entertainment.

Below are several websites the entire family can enjoy, from the Child Mind Institute, offering free resources from childmind.org/coronavirus like: fun at home activities, educational games and video, academic resources, even dyslexia resources.

Parents can also take advantage of telehealth treatments for children, adolescents, and young adults with mental health and learning disorders. For more info on telehealth services, call (212)308-3118 or go to childmind.org/our-care/request-appointment.

Use the following links to have fun learning all summer long:

Free guide for Grades K-3, organized by the 5 Pillars of Successful Reading instruction: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Comprehension:

Audible stories for your kids to listen to at home or on the go.

Student library for grades K-12, with access to thousands of fiction and non-fiction works.
School Zone math works - Math basics, flash cards and more for all ages.

Bedtime Math For kids, families, educators or librarians. Help kids love numbers!

The learning resources are limitless! Find links to improve writing skills, tons of math videos, reading, science and more. Click here for even more learning resources.

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