Well-being for You and Your Children

Free Online Education, Entertainment, Activities and Learning for You* and Your Children

While schools are being closed, many parents are left in charge of their children’s learning. Without a lot of time for preparation, schools offered links to learning platforms, virtual classrooms and home study packets. You might ask yourself while trying not to stress about your children’s learning right now, “What can I do to urge my children to do some learning activities and stay active?”

With possibly more than one child, I know and understand that you can’t do it all. So to help save your sanity and maintain your mental, social, physical and possibly emotional well-being, I have compiled some educational and movement activity resources for you and your children to use to help you and them explore, experience, move and learn new things.

Free 8-Day Yoga Practice*

One of my favorite mentors and teachers, Dr. Suzie Carmack, is offering her Genius Breaks course, Yoga Practices for the Mat as well as a bonus lecture series, toolkit and well-being pulse check. all of these were a part of my trainings with her. You get them all for free for a limited time. Sign up soon before they are gone.

For Adults – Audio Books*

A variety of sources to listen to books for free Audio Book Cloud, Romance Book Cloud, Salt Lake City Library ebooks, SL County Library downloadables


No library card needed. With ebooks, digital puzzles & games available for grades K-6, Math ebooks for grades K-6, teen book cloud for grades 7-12

Salt Lake County Library

Kid Zone-Explore Story Space, Fun & Games, reading corner, Movies & Music, a Homework Center, What’s Going on and a spot for Grown Ups to find resources.

Mel Science

For children 10 and up. Up to three science experiments are delivered to your door each month. This is a monthly subscription plan ($34.90). However, you do receive 3 months free with your paid subscription.

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Yoga adventures for children using fun interactive stories to help your children build strength, balance and confidence.

ABC Mouse

For children ages 2-8. Get access to reading and Language Arts books, Math curriculum, learn about the world around us, Art & Colors, animations, games, books, songs, puzzles, art, printable activities and much more. This is a $9.95 monthly membership based learning program that meets your child where they are. The first month is free. Use the cod “AOFLUNICEF” on the site to get free learning tools.

America’s Test Kitchen

Discover delicious recipes, fun food facts and activities while you explore the world of food and cooking.

The Art Assignment

Get your Childs are class in with this weekly production that takes you around the U.S. to meet artists and solicit assignments from them. You can also subscribe to their YouTube channel to get even more art experiences.


Offering a variety of classes that are taught by real teachers. They offer are offering free live and on-demand classes with access from your computer, tablet and soon from your tv during the pandemic.

Book Creator

This site is offering a special 90 day free trial. Here you can gain ideas that you can put in place to help keep your children engaged and learning while collaborating to illustrate and create their very own book.

Club SciKidz

Need a place to get technology and science class ideas? This is the place to get ideas for science experiments and other science activities that can be done with simple household objects.

The Deep Sea

Neal Agarwal has created a place where you can scroll through the depths of the ocean to explore what depths ocean life happens.


This site gets your children up and moving with fun physical activities including dance party’s, yoga sessions, mindfulness activities and game sessions. These activities are designed to help your children wake up their bodies, engage their minds, and be their very best with movement and mindfulness to improve physical wellness, academic success, and social-emotional health. You may even want to play along with them. they even have an app (iOS, Android, AppleTV, Fire, Roku)


Explore of 7,000 free videos in different subjects areas for math, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, chemistry, history, government, English and religion. They also have a collection of additional resources in these subject areas and more.

Hogle Zoo

Explore the variety of animals at the Hogle Zoo.You can explore by exhibit, region of the world or by animal type.

Khan Academy

They offer self-paced, interactive content including exercises, videos and articles fro every grade in most major subject area. They also have a recommended schedule for different grade levels you can utilize to help you and your children stay on task.


You can explore The Metropolitan Museum of Art with a treasure map, jump in a time machine, and learn more about the museum and the art that it curates.


This site offers ideas for playing and learning at home for your little ones from ways to keep kids calm & happy to counting.

Ranger Rick

You can now access their digital catalog of magazines for free for the next few months. You can learn about animals, enjoy games and jokes, watch fun and silly animals videos, read magazines, do crafts and activities and even enter a photo contest. They also have activity ideas and student pages in their free monthly Ranger Rick Educator’s Guides and Ranger Rick Jr. Parent Reading Guides

Royal Opera House

You can access free online broadcasts, musical masterclasses and cultural insights for ballet and opera from the U.K. to expand your cultural horizons. You must sign up for a 30-day free trial of Marquee tv to view these events. Program and live broadcast times are scheduled as follows for audiences: Peter and the Wolf, The Royal Ballet, 2010 – 27 March 2020, 7pm GMT Acis and Galatea, The Royal Opera, 2009 – 3 April 2020, 7pm BST Così fan tutte, The Royal Opera, 2010 – 10 April 2020, 7pm BST The Metamorphosis, The Royal Ballet, 2013 – 17 April 2020, 7pm BST

San Diego Zoo

They have live cameras! You can watch baboons, penguins, pandas, polar bears, apes, koalas, giraffes, owls, elephants, tigers and condors. You can watch and learn about each type of animal, including their names and even learn about their habits and personalities.


Offering free online books and learning tools organized by age and grade K-12. They also have teaching resources for parents.

As I discover and come up with additional resources for you I will post them here to share. Check back often for more resources and ideas.