Educational Resources For The Kids

During this time school have moved to e-learning for the students. Where they will be doing their school work from home. Here are some great resources to help with the kids while they are at home during this time. Several Sites Are Listed Here Offering Free Educational Services 

Several Sites Offering Free Education Services

This website put together a list of links to help parents and kids while they are doing learning from home.

100 Ways To Entertain The Kids

While the kids will be at home for a couple of weeks. This website put together 100 different ways to entertain them.

Virtual Field Trips

Several schools take field trips during the year. Here is a great way to still be part of those field trips

Scholastic Learn at Home

Even when schools are closed, you can keep the learning going with these special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families, or with their teachers. Just find your grade level and let the learning begin!

WPS We Energies Endangered Species Live Cams

Looking for something to do with your kids while they’re out of school? Starting today, parents and children can learn about an endangered species live via webcam. Peregrine falcons are back at Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) and We Energies power plants and facilities. Tune into the high-definition cameras 24 hours a day and watch as the raptors find love, lay eggs and raise their young.
This year there are nest box cameras at five WPS and We Energies facilities:
  • Weston Power Plant in Rothschild
  • WPS building in Green Bay
  • Oak Creek Power Plant
  • Port Washington Generating Station
  • Valley Power Plant in Milwaukee

Center For Puppetry

Check out their puppet shows, workshops & museum tours. 

Story Time From Space

If you need to mix up your bedtime story routine a little bit, the Global Space Education Foundation has just the thing for you: Story Time in Space.  It’s exactly what it sounds like — astronauts on various missions in space read popular children’s books while floating about, and the videos are edited and shared with kids way down on Earth.