Examines the mental health issues college students commonly experience; how they can identify symptoms in themselves and others; how to seek help; and a list of related resources.
A parent/teacher’s guide which explores both the positive and negative effects of technology on children.
Helps parents talk to children of all ages about the negative effects of marijuana on young brains.
Keep your child reading year round. Make it fun by creating a “reading incentives program” or enrolling your child in a program through your local library, Scholastic Virtual, or Pizza Hut Book It! Your child will keep their brain active while earning some fun or delicious treats in the bargain!
If you smoke, this calculator can help you figure out how much money you spend on cigarettes. It will surprise you how much you could save by quitting!
Children’s books authors reading online and 60+ best math websites.
Actors read children’s books.
Free online Broadway shows.
Virtual tour of national parks.
Virtual field trips.
100 activities for kids.
Read alouds, storytimes, sing-alongs.
Educational shows streaming on Netflix.
7 best backroads in South Carolina for a scenic drive.
Virtual tour of Buckingham Palace.
Helps keep kids active indoors!
Link up with your friends to host long distance movie nights & tv watch parties using group chat and video playback!
Free school resources for educators, families, and students.
Free K-12 educational resources for everyone!
A tool parents can use to begin a discussion with teens on the facts about alcohol, marijuana, e-cigarettes and other substances.
Talk to your family and friends via video call, phone or message.
20 of the best websites for buying paperback and hardcover books online.
Free broadway, West End & London Theater; concert performances; opera; and improv comedy shows via tv remote or laptop for various audiences.
Free, daily, live, interactive virtual school keeps K-12 students engaged in classes led by subject-matter experts.
The best parental control apps based on in-depth reviews.
A kid-led show which encourages kids to ask any question about anything and finds the answer.
Free K-12 resources for families & teachers.
Activities for children at home ages 5-8 using common household materials.