[UPDATED MAY 22] Your Go-To List of Resources for Families and Educators During COVID-19

Scroll down to find resources for educators like you and families like yours who are navigating school closures related to COVID-19 — updated weekly.

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Here are the links to this week’s top five resources!

  1. 13 Best Math Apps for Kids in 1st to 8th Grade
  2. How to Turn a Cardboard Box Into an Epic Marble Run
  3. Indoor Golf Game for Young Kids
  4. 27 Best Educational Games for Kids Who Get Bored Easily
  5. A Parent’s Guide to Prodigy

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We hope these resources help you in the coming weeks and months. If this was helpful, please share this article with your family and friends.

Together, we can ensure communities will be able to learn at home.

P.S. Follow the hashtag #LearnFromHome on social media. We will be tagging as many helpful resources as we can, as well as including the best ones in this list.

Jordan Nisbet

Jordan crafts content for Prodigy — and wishes the game existed when he was in school. He's interested in education and passionate about helping build up the next generation!

6 thoughts on “[UPDATED MAY 22] Your Go-To List of Resources for Families and Educators During COVID-19

  1. Very good suggestions! As an educator I have used board games as an excellent way to keep minds sharp and to create some fun learning opportunities. I have used Jeff Hinebaugh’s books, A Board Game Education and More Board Game Education for some good suggestions on how to change and modify traditional board games such as Monopoly, Risk, Othello, Candyland, Risk, Sorry, etc. to teach specific skills and make them a bit more fun for everyone. Good luck and stay safe

    1. Hi Justine, thanks for those added suggestions. Board games are a fantastic way to keep kids/students engaged – especially as a non-electronic option. We appreciate the well wishes, same to you.

  2. How can my daughter Gemma switch to 3rd grade curriculum from second grade curriculum? Her report shows her stuck 2nd grade 97% completed even though she played more after she got there. She is a premium member.

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