Have some extra time on your hands? Finished all your assignments for all your classes? Bored? Check out some of the following enrichment websites to further your knowledge or give you a head start on the next school year.
LAUSD is also offering Enrichment Classes. Since the registration portal window is closed, interested students or parents should email Milena Rasic at MVR2459@lausd.net.
YouTube Learn at Home Tons of learning creators’ channels compiled in one place. Offerings for all age ranges to bring parents & families fun and educational resources and activities https://learnathome.withyoutube.com/
Learn a Language Babbel is offering three months free for students to learn any of the following languages: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Dutch, Turkish, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Indonesian, and English https://try.babbel.com/student-discount/
Learn to Code with Free Computer Science projects: Code.org
Imagineering in a Box: Disney Imagineers from hundreds of career disciplines around the world share how they use a wide range of skills – from story development and conceptual design, to math, physics and engineering – that all come together to create immersive experiences. Khan Academy Imagineering in a Box
USC Viterbi Online STEM resources Browse these high-quality STEM resources for families, students, and teachers. Click the links to discover fun STEM lessons, videos, podcasts, and more. https://viterbik12.usc.edu/resources/
Metropolitan Museum of Art A clickable map that lets kids explore 5,000 years of art from around the world; a time machine lets them select different eras to explore; and a video section offers lessons on everything from making a stained glass window (kid-style) to learning about children who live in other parts of the world. https://www.metmuseum.org/art/online-features/metkids/
New York Metropolitan Opera Free encore performances each day (some content may not be appropriate for children) https://www.metopera.org/
Paris Catacombs Virtual visit of underground ossuaries that hold the remains of more than six million people, which were built to eliminate the city’s overflowing cemeteries http://catacombes.paris.fr/en/virtual-visit