Looking for Educational Resources During School Closure?

FEA is proud to present our community with a list of resources that educators and families can use to provide activities for students at this time of school closure. 

We will be updating this as the days progress.  Check back for more ideas!

Language Arts and Reading

Fairfax County Library card holders can also get free access to Lynda.com, a website full of online learning resources for all ages.

Project Gutenberg  is offering free classic literature books.

ABCmouse.com  offers a variety of lessons through a subscription-based after a free one-month trial.

Flocabulary.com  is a library of songs, videos and activities for K – 12 that is subscription-based after a free one-month trial.

Astronauts reading books! Watch at storytimefromspace.com.


The American Chemical Society has a complete chemistry curriculum for multiple age groups.

NASA has printable STEM workbooks for several grade levels.

National Geographic Kids has a number of free science resources.

Social Studies

Scholastic Learn at Home is providing 20 days’ worth of learning assets free during coronavirus restrictions.


Khanacademy  provides math and science lessons free during this coronavirus season.


Dreambox Learning provides a variety of math activities with a free 90-day trial for COVID-19 use. Visit Dreambox.com/at-home.

Arts, Museums, and Theater

1 p.m. Lunch Doodle With Mo Willems: kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems   

www.brainpop.com – BrainPOP provides different lessons & activities for at-home study – another free trial for COVID use.

7:30 p.m. Nightly Met Opera: https://www.metropera.org

Also visit the Philharmonic Berlin Digital Concert Hall at www.berliner-philharmoniker.de/en/titelgeschichten/20192020/digital-concert-hall.




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