A searchable database to support finding just-right texts by topic and age, plus a monthly recommendation and some discussion and resource guides, all through a lens of equity. Topics include racism, LGBTQ people, religion and social justice.
The ADL is particularly focused on combating hate and confronting discrimination. The database allows searching for particular topics around social justice.
Anti-bias and inclusion resources from the ADL’s expert tools, including a bank of topic-specific tools and strategies for families and early learning professionals striving to cultivate address bias in early learning.
The ADL is particularly focused on combating hate and confronting discrimination.
A “daily dose” of math activities for families and teachers, including on- and off-screen ideas, meant to be done in short joyful moments to “play with math”. They are also offering FREE online professional learning for educators (that comes with a kit!). The site also includes access to videos, their social media links, apps (one is kindergarten readiness focused) and more.
Encyclopedia Britannica’s teaching site https://britannicalearn.com/educators-hub/ is focused on K-12, but this site includes activities, articles, podcasts for families of young children, with a special commitment to PreK-K. Sections on play, curiosity and tech are especially relevant. While geared to families, helpful info for educators here, as well.