RESOURCES FOR FAMILIES TO SUPPORT CONVERSATIONS ABOUT RACE & RACISM
Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism: AGES 0-8. CNN’s Van Jones and Erica Hill partner with Sesame Street for Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism, a town hall for kids and families. Watch the full town hall meeting.
PBS KIDS for Parents:AGES 0-8. A collection of articles and videos to help facilitate meaningful conversations about race and racism with young children, including read-alongs and full episodes.
NYC Department of Education: ALL AGES. Resources to support conversations about race and current events as well as mental health resources to address stress and trauma that children and families may be experiencing.
Khan Academy: ALL AGES. Online courses on everything from preschool math to pre-college prep. Topics include ELA, history, science, and more. En Español.
NYC Department of Education: ALL AGES. Daily study schedules, activities, and lessons by grade level. Also includes resources for students with special needs.
National Geographic Kids: AGES 6-14. Games, videos, experiments, fun facts, and brain boosters on topics like science, space, animals, and history.
Wide Open School:ALL AGES. An online hub for learning resources, sorted by grade level and themes including daily schedules, emotional well-being, English-language learning, math, science, and special needs.
PBS KIDS: AGES 2-8. Full episodes, games, and art activities sorted by learning themes, plus daily activities and tips for parents. En Español.
Scholastic Learn at Home: AGES 4-15. Daily stories, articles, and videos built around grade-level appropriate ‘learning journeys.’