School Closure Resources
This link to atlantaparent.com has a very comprehensive list of websites that
includes academics, arts and physical activity!
Academics(some overlap with Atlanta Parent):
-Brain pop – free! lots of different subjects to choose from
-Tumblebooks -requires paid membership
-Discovery education – requires paid membership
-Newsela – requires paid membership
-Time4kids – helps kids keep up with current events https://www.timeforkids.com/
-Khanacademy – free math lessons
-Mcgraw hill - https://www.mheducation.com/
-Scholastic – free!
-Vocabulary.com – adapts to meet your needs
-Spelling city – requires paid membership
-Stemscopes – requires paid membership https://www.stemscopes.com/state/ga/
-Engageny.org – free! follows common core
-Raz-kids.com – requires paid membership
Suggestions from Talley St. Elementary art teachers
-Talley st art teachers are creating videos available online:
Ever drive or walk by a mural and it catches your eye? Have your kids research the
artists who created it!
Free Art Education Resources:
Google Arts and C:ulture: Includes virtual visits to so many museums and galleries
The Tate Modern has an incredible kid friendly website with interactive games,
short art history videos and quizzes.
The Museum of Modern Art has a great Kid website too! An alien takes kids on
tours through the galleries. Several interactive games and quizzes. (users must have
The National Gallery of Art has an interactive kid zone full of games and resources
and there is also a kid friendly app that you can download.
Coolest Art Website for finding artwork from all walks of life: :