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Humboldt County Office of Education: Scratch Programming

Project Category: For Parents

Scratch Programming

Scratch is a programming language and an online community where children can program and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animation with people from all over the world. As children create with Scratch, they learn to think creatively, work collaboratively, and reason systematically. Scratch is designed and maintained by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab. Go To Scratch More Resources AllAll StudentsArts EducationEarly ChildhoodEnglish/Language Arts/LiteracyEnrichment ActivitiesEnvironmental LiteracyFor ParentsGame-Based LearningGrades 6-8Grades 9-12Grades TK-5History/Social ScienceMathOnline LearningScienceSocial-EmotionalSTEAM/MakersWellness/Mental Health XtraMath | Online Math Summer of STEM Discover-e: At Home Engineering Visit a National Park – Virtually! National Geographic’s...

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Frugal Fun for Boys & Girls – 30 Awesome STEM Challenges

Looking for STEM projects and challenges for kids?  Building and engineering projects are valuable for developing thinking skills and encouraging the ability to design and create. Here’s a collection of STEM engineering challenges that are fun and engaging, and that also make use of recycled or inexpensive materials. Go To Resource More Resources AllAll StudentsArts EducationEarly ChildhoodEnglish/Language Arts/LiteracyEnrichment ActivitiesEnvironmental LiteracyFor ParentsGame-Based LearningGrades 6-8Grades 9-12Grades TK-5History/Social ScienceMathOnline LearningScienceSocial-EmotionalSTEAM/MakersWellness/Mental Health XtraMath | Online Math Summer of STEM Discover-e: At Home Engineering Visit a National Park – Virtually! National Geographic’s Explorer Classroom KidCitizen – Teaching Civic Engagement Science Buddies Engineering Design Challenges...

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ZeroToThrive – For Families with Young Children

Zero To Thrive is a Michigan-based organization focused on the physical and emotional well-being of families with young children. They have a good page full of tips and resources for coping during the COVID-19 pandemic, and in addition have put together a PDF document about telehealth for families with infants. Go to ZeroToThrive COVID-19 Page PDF - Telehealth with Infants and Toddlers More Resources AllAll StudentsArts EducationEarly ChildhoodEnglish/Language Arts/LiteracyEnrichment ActivitiesEnvironmental LiteracyFor ParentsGame-Based LearningGrades 6-8Grades 9-12Grades TK-5History/Social ScienceMathOnline LearningScienceSocial-EmotionalSTEAM/MakersWellness/Mental Health XtraMath | Online Math Summer of STEM Discover-e: At Home Engineering Visit a National Park – Virtually! National Geographic’s Explorer...

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Child Care Resources from Changing Tides

Changing Tides Family Services, the largest non-profit provider of child care and social services to families in Humboldt County, has created a page with a wide array of information and resources for both families and child care providers Go To Changing Tides More Resources AllAll StudentsArts EducationEarly ChildhoodEnglish/Language Arts/LiteracyEnrichment ActivitiesEnvironmental LiteracyFor ParentsGame-Based LearningGrades 6-8Grades 9-12Grades TK-5History/Social ScienceMathOnline LearningScienceSocial-EmotionalSTEAM/MakersWellness/Mental Health XtraMath | Online Math Summer of STEM Discover-e: At Home Engineering Visit a National Park – Virtually! National Geographic’s Explorer Classroom KidCitizen – Teaching Civic Engagement Science Buddies Engineering Design Challenges HCOE YES – Foster & Homeless Youth Education Services...

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COVID-19 Resources for Families

Parent and Student Resource and Guidance Stay home when sick. Remain at home until fever has been gone for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducingmedicines. Seek immediate medical care if symptoms become more severe, e.g., high fever or difficultybreathing. Use “respiratory etiquette” Cover cough with a tissue or sleeve. See CDC’s Cover Your Cough page for multilingual posters and flyers, posted at the bottom of webpage. Provide adequate supplies within easy reach, including tissues and no-touch trash cans. Wash hands frequently Encourage hand washing by students and staff through education, scheduled time forhandwashing, and the provision...

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