A Pre-COVID Education Study With Big Implications for Remote Learning During the Pandemic: When Parents Take Over, Children Give Up Easier: www.the74million.org/a-pre-covid-education-study-with-big-implications-for-remote-learning-during-the-pandemic-when-parents-take-over-children-give-up-easier/
Learn and Play with Water: www.pbs.org/parents/learn-and-play-with-water
From PBS for children from 2-8 years old. Some activities are for for teachers/parents to do with their children. Other activities are available to children to do on their own.
Added PBS related experiments are:
Experiment with Walking Water: www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-and-experiments/experiment-with-walking-water
Ice Science Experiment: What Makes Ice Melt Fastest?: www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-and-experiments/ice-science-experiment-what-makes-ice-melt-fastest
Discover Pitch with a Water Xylophone: www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-and-experiments/discover-pitch-with-a-water-xylophone
How to Make Snow Paint: www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-and-experiments/how-to-make-snow-paint
Rainbow Celery Experiment: www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-and-experiments/rainbow-celery-experiment
Exploring Water With Ice Towers: www.pbs.org/parents/crafts-and-experiments/exploring-water-with-ice-towers
Formative Assessment for Remoter Teaching: Students Take the Lead: www.ascd.org/ascd-express/vol16/num11/formative-assessment-for-remote-teaching-students-take-the-lead.aspx
The ideas in this article could be followed whether the class is remote or in person. They will work during and after schooling returns to normal, whatever that will look like.
As a life-long educator, I like to read about education and decided to share what I find interesting here with you. Please let me know your thoughts about the articles.