Last week, I wrote about the Alaska SLED resources for teaching and learning. (See the post at https://lynnlovegreen.com/alaskas-sled-learning-resources/.) Today, I’ll show you some other great resources to help K-12 students. Some are targeted primarily to Alaskan students, but would also be interesting to people in other locations, too.
From exploring feelings to learning art to researching history, the museum has you covered. My favorite is the Anchorage Maps and Place Names. They have an amazing collection of maps, some that I used when writing my historical novels!
Speaking of writing, it’s good to know that the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) Young Writers Program (https://ywp.nanowrimo.org/) will still be active this school year. The program works for K-12 classrooms and individual writers.
Hope this list helps those of you who need help or are looking for more interesting things to do in this COVID-19 virtual learning world. Hang in there. I’m pulling for you. We’ll get through this together.