Parent Resource Guide
Following traumatic events like hurricanes, floods, fires, and even pandemics, young children need emotional support to help them cope. Click the button below for a list of resources that can help the children in your care rebound during these challenging times
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Knock Knock’s Virtual Lesson Plans
Here at Knock Knock, we have been working diligently to offer innovative ways for teachers and parents to experience the wonders of Knock Knock, even from home. With that in mind, this section is designed to provide resources to enhance the learning experience of your students and children.
Teachers are encouraged to incorporate these lesson into their current virtual activities, share it with other educators, or even with parents. These are simple but impactful lesson that utilizes materials that can be found at home.
If you need additional information, please contact Kristin Spencer, Early Childhood Education Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. State standard guidelines referenced in these lessons can be found HERE.
In response to COVID-19, Knock Knock Children’s Museum is creating weekly STEM Activity Kits delivered to over 100 children throughout South and North Baton Rouge. These weekly activities are included as part of Front Yard Bike’s food delivery program in collaboration with the 3 O’Clock Project. Each week, a different activity is provided with all materials and a detailed lesson plan.
Mental Health Consultation – Free tele-mental health consultation for parents and caregivers.
COVID-19: Rebounding Throughout the Eyes of our Children with Dr. Stewart Gordon and Cate Heroman. Provided by: Leadership Baton Rouge Alumni
LPB – At home learning resources and media
Fun Brain – Play games while practicing math and reading skills.
Highlight Kids – Read, conduct science experiments, and play games.
Coding at Home – Free tutorials for children to learn how to code and create projects to share.
Switcheroo Zoo – Learn about animals by watching, listening, and playing games.
Into the Book – Practice reading strategies by going “Into the Book.”
ABC Ya – Practice math and reading skills through games.
We are Teachers – Recommendations for the best websites to assist with teaching and learning math.
Virtual Tours and Activities
Farm Food 360 – Virtual farm tours.
The Metropolitan Opera – Series of free opera streams.
Craft Ideas – Free crafts, ideas, and tutorials.
Kids Gardening – Lesson plans and hands-on activities centered around gardening.
YMCA On-Demand Videos – Your favorite YMCA classes available online.
Learning from Home Made Fun
Stay at Home Care Package – Indoor games, activities, and resources provided by Big Life Journal
History for Kids – Free online history network filled with worksheets, games, and videos.
Hello Kids – printable and online coloring pages, drawing lessons, and crafts.
National Geographic Kids – Brain boosters, videos, and games centered around geographic material.
Imagineering in a Box – Disney sponsored program where children can learn how to build their own world and characters.