Digital Learning Resources
Atlanta History Center is offering Museum at Home, which includes the Cyclorama Online and online exhibits.
Center for Puppetry Arts offers online workshops and virtual tours.
Chattahooche Nature Center offers virtual exhibits, animal activities, animal videos.
Children's Museum of Atlanta posts daily At Home Activities on their Blog Page.
Georgia Aquarium is offering web cams of many of their exhibits, like Beluga Whales, Gator Crossing, Puffins, and California Sea Lions.
High Museum of Art offers a lot of online resources for teachers and parents.
Zoo Atlanta Panda Cam!
World War II Museum has a Flipgrid where students can ask an expert a quesiton about the war.
National Parks This website contains links to virtual tours of 33 national parks!
12 Famous Museums Take a virtual tour of the British Museum, the National Gallery of Art, and many more!
National Museum of Natural History part of the Smithsonial Museum
Solar System this website contains an overview of our solar sytem including the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge.
Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.
This list contains links to authors' websites, which have activities and fun stuff!
Eric Hunter author of Warriors
Julia Donaldson author of The Gruffalo
Max Brallier author of Last Kids On Earth
Stephan Pastis author of Timmy Failure
Jason Reynolds author and poet, is the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature has a series with the Library of Congress, "Grab the Mic: Tell Your Story". Each week he will post two videos for his series "Write, Right, Right" encouraging young people to write.
Reading or Drawing Activities with Authors and Illustrators
Mo Willems Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! author/illustrator Mo Willems will draw and write daily at 1pm. Videos are then saved to his YouTube channel.
Chris Van Dusen learn to draw Mercy Watson
Dav Pilkey the author/illustrator of Captain Underpants and Dogman hosts daily readings and drawings.
Wide Open School This site is sponsored by Common Sense Media and contains a list of digital resources.
Dan Santat author/illustrator of After the Fall is hosting an Online Survival School on his Twitter page.
Oliver Jeffers illustrator for The Day the Crayon's Quit and author of Stuck hosts live readings on Instagram at 2:00pm.
Mac Barnett the author of Circle, Triangle, and Square will be hosting live readings as well as posting recordings on Instagram.
Sophie Blackall author of the Ivy and Bean series has read alouds posted on her YouTube channel.
Mary Pope Osborne Join Jack and Annie for Magic Tree House Home Adventures. Check out Mary Pope Osborne's fiction and nonfiction pairings. Has parent and teacher resources as well as kid activities!
Reading Resources: ebooks, Audio books, and more
On the student portal page you can click on the Online Research Library icon to access BookFlix, Capstone eBooks, and Tumble Books.
Audible.com students are able to listen to a wide variety of audio books.
Audiobookcloud.com This site is an audio book database for children and adults.
Bound to Stay Bound A list of resources provided by publishers. This website is updated as new resources become available.
Brightly Storytime read alouds organized by age and interst.
Carmen Deedy reads her new book, Rita and Ralph's Rotten Day.
KidLit.tv This site includes full read alouds, book trailers, interviews with authors, Nonfiction Minute podcast and much more!
Library of Congress Everyday Mysteries Experts answer questions about everday mysteries, fun facts!
Scholastic Learn at Home Pairs fiction and nonfiction books through Scholastic's Bookflix database. Also provides related vidoes and activities.
Digital Citizenship Resources A list of resources compiled by GCPS.