Fairfax County's Neighborhood and Community Services offer weekly activities and an Exploration Station of on demand resources and previous activities for children in grades 1-12 and their parents, as well as an upcoming Virtual Summer Camp in July.
Get kids excited about the world around them with these fun, quirky and educational activities. Get Creative with drawing, designing and crafting activities, or get Quizzical with our puzzles and trivia.
Audible editors created a handpicked collection of eAudiobooks to engage, entertain, and inform young people ages 0-18. They are available in English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, and Japanese and are completely free at this time.
A collection of free, online books written at a child's level in English. Some titles are also available in Spanish. Audio narration is available for all titles; select titles are narrated in a number of other languages, including Korean, Vietnamese, Hindi, Arabic, German, French, and more.
A variety of free classes offered by the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia through USA Learns, Learning Upgrade, and Cell-Ed. Classes include English, citizenship, math, reading, COVID-19 and more!
Peer2Peer Learning Circles are peer led discussion/study groups that can help keep you motivated with/accountable for your online learning! Join a Learning Circle in your area or start your own for an online course you are taking/interested in.
Project MUSE is a trusted provider of authoritative humanities and social science books and journals from more than 200 of the world’s most distinguished university presses and scholarly societies. Many publishers allowed full and open access until June 30th. Regular open access content is still available at https://about.muse.jhu.edu/muse/open-access-overview/
Just a little list of light "national security reading" list pulled together by MajGen Mick Ryan. He notes: While it is mainly comprised of books related to national security, a couple of those who provided recommendations suggested poetry and fiction.