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Parents – We are pleased to provide you with this list of resources you can use during center closures, or any time you are home with your children, or need something for your family. Check back often as we will continue to add additional resources.


Early Childhood Education: Online Activities:

  • Go Noodle is a music and movement program:
  • is offering a free 30 day subscription:
  • ABC Ya is always free, and offers reading and math games for Pre-K:
  • is another website with free learning activities:
  • Sesame Street in Communities offers a range of free activities from audio storybooks to interactive games and printable worksheets:
  • CATCH is offering free health, nutrition, and physical education activities:
  • From Teachstone, an early learning support company:
  • Free online activities to do with children while at
  • Virtual tour of Atlanta Aquarium: Click Here
  • Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute – resources for children who have Autism: Click Here
  • Everyday Learning: Collection of videos, interactive websites, lesson plans for parents: (PBS Learning Module)
  • Free Educational Apps for Children: Duck Duck Moose (Khan Academy): (Khan Academy)
  • Healthy at Home: A toolkit for Supporting Families Impacted by COVID-19: (Teaching Strategies)
  • Atlanta Speech School: Free Online Preschool
  • E-Book, Read-aloud, video and activity "learn at home" pre K studies: (Scholastic)
  • Walkabouts Active Learning activities (Teachers can log in with the username TeacherFree and the password walkabouts. The free account will be available through Sept. 1, 2020) (Walkabouts)
  • Read aloud Story Videos with Teacher’s Guide: (Screen Actors Guild)
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Free Internet

Comcast is offering their ‘xfinitywifi’ service for free due to Covid-19. Here is a release from Comcast regarding this service:

Food & Basic Needs Resources:

  • Feeding America’s website includes an easy search feature to find a local food bank in your community; simply enter your zip code into the search box: If you need assistance finding food, paying housing bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services, use the 211 website to find your local toll-free information hotline and speak to someone who can help: Click Here
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Health, Wellness and Safety Information:

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Stay informed (in English, Spanish, and Chinese) about the latest developments at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Coronavirus Disease 2019, now known as COVID-19 at including frequently asked questions and answers on Coronavirus Disease-2019 and Children and Coronavirus Disease 2019 and Pregnancy, as well as, Interim Guidance on Breastfeeding for a Mother Confirmed or Under Investigation for COVID-19. (See more below under Physical Health)
From Child Trends – a research based agency promoting child and family wellness: Our work on the COVID-19 pandemic, including a resource on ways to support children’s emotional well-being, can be found on We hope you and your families stay well.
From the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the CDC, here are some great resources for managing stress:Click Here