Activities for Virtual or Direct Care Afterschool

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There are resources for all types of Afterschool!

We've found a variety of virtual you can do with children from online gaming to
interactive science lessons and physically distanced games. 
Try something new that interests you and builds new skills for you and the students!

 For additional information, check out the Afterschool Zone and the CASE for Kids Afterschool pages.


February 10, 2021 - Newly Posted!

Surviving to Thriving: The World Through My Eyes Art Show

The Center for School Behavioral Health invites you to submit original artwork to their 2021 art showcase. Art will be judged on impact of message and originality of work, winning works of art will be displayed in a virtual gallery. Submit by Sunday, April 18th for a chance to be featured!


Pre-K Science Adventures with Curios Cat

Are you looking for fun science games to do with your child from home? From the Conceptual Development And Social Cognition Lab explore our four activity guides below! Learn about friction, gravity, buoyancy and transparency with the help of Curious Cat.


Qubit x Qubit

Qubit x Qubit is dedicated to training the future quantum workforce by offering quantum education to students around the globe - including high school students and above. From camps to courses to webinars they are pioneering long-term education in quantum mechanics, quantum computation and quantum algorithms.


Code Art: National Coded Self-Portrait contest

Female-identifying or gender non-binary student in grades 3-12 are welcome to participate in Code/Art’s self-portrait competition. Submit your portrait by Feb 12, 2021 at midnight for a chance to win prizes and be featured in Code/Art’s inaugural coffee table book!


Hooked on Science

Hooked on science is a  FREE resource for students to play games and gain curriculum in STEM. The website includes resources for both students, educators and parents. This virtual resource is a great way for kids to keep working on STEM from home!

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