Sent to us by our friends at the Department of Education:
1. Materials provided by the Department of Education (DOE):
2. Materials provided by HighScope
3. Book for Children by Meredith Polsky
5. For children in grades K-12 visit our resources page: https://bloomingdalefamilyprogram.org/resources-for-children-in-grades-k-12/
6. New York City Department of Education:
Ready4K Receive text messages weekly with fun facts and easy tips on promoting child development
Sparkler: Play for Parenting is an app that offers play-based learning activities to do with children ages 0-5. Families can download the app for free from the App Store or Google Play. When opening the Sparkler app for the first time, families can create a new account. Next time, they can sign in using the method they selected. Families should use code 2-1-2-1 to register, which will give them access to Sparkler for free for 90 days. Once registered, they can visit “Play” for ideas on off-screen play that grow their child’s heart, mind, body, and words.
7) Books from the AMNH Education Department to help our children understand the closing of the museum and to feel connected to their experiences there, by Jacquie Horgan, with the Spanish translation by Yandra Mordan:
8) Picture Books Read Out Loud
a. Many wonderful picture book readings available at: https://www.storylineonline.net/
b. What Do You Do With an Idea? by Kobi Yamada, read by Shannon Tahoe: https://vimeo.com/412774202
d. The Illuminated Films Channel on YouTube has picture book animations including Eric Carle: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC12bW2PEn1Ot-arl_ZaPrFQ
e. Teachers College Tell-a-Tale with Dr. Ayesha Rabadi-Raol on Vimeo read aloud and activities: Black is Brown is Tan by Arnold Adolf https://vimeo.com/413220343
You can search the TC College Events Channel on Vimeo for other episodes of Tell-a-Tale which are also broadcast live on Mondays at 2:00 pm and Wednesdays at 12:00 noon.