So many vendors are stepping up to help everyone affected by closures, especially for children who are missing out on school. We’ve put together a guide, COVID-19: Free Resources for Remote Access, that has e-books, audiobooks, activities, lesson plans, storytimes, podcasts, and virtual tours of museums and more. There are some “free for now” resources from vendors such as Tumblebooks and Scholastic who have opened up access during this crisis, as well as others that are free at all times.
This collection of free, limited-time-only resources to use at home is great for remote learning and keeping the kids happy and learning (and you sane) during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ll keep adding to it as more resources come in.
Also know that the Wyoming State Library provides a wealth of resources at GoWYLD.net — available to every resident of the state for free with a card from any Wyoming public or community college library. Don’t have a card? Contact your local library for help. While most have closed their doors, they’re still available to serve you online or by phone.