Resources for Families, Children & Youth

Virtual Events and Activities

  • The Latino Policy Forum: The Latino Policy Forum has developed a short video to support families to promote early learning at home. The video is available in English and Spanish. The Latino Policy Forum is also offering free virtual workshops to organizations serving English Learners and their families. To review the description of these opportunities, click here. To attend these workshops, please email Rosario Hernandez at

  • Afterschool Alliance’s considerations page houses many resources and materials for out-of-school providers, families, and youth.
  • Learning Heroes created a short video for families on how to make learning fun for youth while at home.
  • Great Schools has launched its Home Learning Guide to help families engage their youth and provide at-home learning experiences.
  • Common Sense Media is providing FREE online educational events and activities for children at home during the pandemic.
  • Mr Printables has a variety of downloadable craft activities for kids and students ages K-5 to do at home.
  • IXL has a variety of activities for youth and families to to during the public health crisis that will foster learning in students PreK-12. Learning guides are FREE and cover a wide range of core subjects.
  • Wings is providing activities on Social Emotional Learning to do with youth while at home. Share these resources on relationship skills, social awareness, and more with your children.
  • TechGirlz has now moved into the virtual space by providing free, engaging virtual workshops and instructional webinars in the upcoming weeks for communities at home. To sign up for their weekly event newsletter, click here. To access their even page, click here. To download free curriculum for over 60 workshop topics, click here.
  • Girls Who Code Talks “College During COVID-19”is a free virtual video series to support students and girls navigating changes to their college and career plans during the COVID-19 pandemic. The series is open to everyone and will feature experts in career counseling, college admissions, wellness, and more. Click here to access the recorded webinar and register for the upcoming virtual events.

    eSchool News Article: eSchool News has written an article for educators, families, and afterschool providers highlighting ten learning channels for children and youth to bolster learning while at-home. Topics include mathematics, earth science, and more. To review the article, click here.

How to Talk to Your Child(ren) About COVID-19

Protecting Immigrant Families: Resources on Public Charge, Public Benefits, and Immigrants’ Rights to Healthcare

Protecting Immigrant Families has compiled a variety of translated resources for immigrant community members. These resources relate to healthcare rights and public benefits. For translated documents, click here. For English speakers: