We have compiled many wonderful resources for you during this Covid-19 pandemic. On this page you will find: activities for learning at home, having family fun at home, how to talk to your kids about Coronavirus, and activities for adults to do while still practicing social distancing. Enjoy!

At Home Drawing Activities

Starfall

Fun Fonix

Spanish Children’s Stories

San Diego Zoo Tour 

Homeschool Freebies

Click Clack Books Story Time

Mundo Primaria en Espanol

55 Fine Motor Activities That Can Be Done at Home

OKC Zoo Red Panda Cam

Lingo Kids-Learn Another Language

Speech Buddies Speech Therapy Online Resources

150 Plus Educational Shows on Netflix

Fun Brain

Scholastic Grades K-12 Learning

100 Indoor Activities for Kids!

20 Screen-Free Things to Do Inside

Skype a Scientist

Soy Bibliotecario Books in Spanish

Free Online Karate Lessons!

Zearn Math

Teach Your Monster to Read

Picture Books Read Aloud

Comic Book Making

Discovery Channel Virtual Field Trips

Reading A-Z

Tumblebooks

Epic – free for 30 days and free educator’s accounts

10 Tips for Teaching Young Kids at Home

Just for El Reno Carnegie Library Cardholders!

As an El Reno Carnegie Library card holder you have FREE access to 2 amazing resources for grades Prek-12th!!! Scholastic BookFlix and ScienceFlix!! BookFlix has classic animated stories, each pair with a non-fiction book, too. We have it in Spanish,too!! There are educational puzzles and games. ScienceFlix has videos and articles about science and technology. The reading level for the articles is for grades 4th-8th but younger kids can benefit from watching the videos and using the read aloud option where the book is read to you!! Log in with your library card number ***please put a capital letter A before you input the number***. Message us on Facebook or call us at 405-262-2409 if you do not remember your library card. If you are a student in the El Reno Public Schools, your lunch card number is your library card number, too. https://elrenolibrary.okpls.org/research/

National Emergency Library-Check out ebooks

Bio Digital-3d Anatomy

Do an online Hogwarts Escape Room

Free Manga

Hippocampus

High School Book Recommendations

MobyMax

Prodigy Math

CommonLit

NewsELA

Calligraphy for Beginners

Girls Who Code

Khan Academy

Mango Languages

Actively Learn

Free Code Camp

Crash Course Videos

Best Apps for Middle and High Schoolers

Daniel Tiger’s Germs Go Away Video

PBS Parents-How to Talk About It

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Social Narrative for Autism 

Coronavirus Science Experiments for Kids

Download a great children’s book about Coronavirus in English and/or Spanish HERE.

My Modern Met-Free Coloring Pages from Museums

National Emergency Library-has ebooks for checkout

Learn How to Use a Computer and Other Tech

Watch Broadway Plays Online

House Beautiful Garden Tours

Myriad Botanical Gardens “Garden in Place’

Goodnight Moon read by LeVar Burton to Neil deGrasse Tyson

Free Print and Play Games for Adults and Kids

OHAI will be offering virtual education classes, in addition to the tai chi and SAIL classes. These classes will be offered via Zoom, which is an online video conference platform. Sign up is easy, and all you need is a computer or tablet and an internet connection. Attached is a schedule for the education classes, so if you are interested in any of them, please contact us at 405-271-2290 or email at CentralOHAI@ouhsc.edu. Registration is required for classes offered on virtual platforms. Additional information and class materials will be provided to you upon registration.

From Smart Start Central Oklahoma

To help meet needs-

211 Oklahoma
Information and referral services to meet a wide range of needs including food, housing, legal services, child care, mental health services, job programs, and literacy. 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Call 2-1-1 or Text “211OK” to 898211

Visit the SSCO Live Binder 
A list of community resources for parents and caregivers

Find School Meal Program Sites

Here’s information on ERPS’s free lunch program. This doc is updated regularly:
https://www.elrenops.org/article/215191?org=erps

Regional Food Bank
Anyone in need of food assistance in central and western Oklahoma is encouraged to visit rfbo.org/get-help to locate a nearby food pantry or call 405-972-1111 during workday hours

OKCity Crisis Nursery
Provides emergency care for children in times of crisis. Open 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Call or text 405-979-0706

Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS)
Check eligibility for food benefits, Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, WIC, energy assistance, and more

Latino Community Development Agency
Providing services to the Latino community. Call 405-236-0701

OKDOH Child Care Warmline
Provides free telephone consultation and/or referrals to child care providers and parents on numerous topics of concern. Call 888-574-5437

Child Guidance Program
Provides services to build healthy family relationships and enhance child development including Behavioral Health Services, Childhood Development and Parent Education Services, and Speech Language Services. Call 405-271-4477

Call the Mental Health Hotline at 800-985-5990

Call the Child Abuse Hotline at 800-522-3511

Call NorthCare at 405-858-1700 Outpatient behavioral health services including crisis intervention, counseling, child abuse prevention and court-related services in Oklahoma and Logan counties.

Call YWCA at 800-522-7233 Emergency shelter hotline for domestic violence and sexual assault victims during COVID-19

Contact Palomar at 800-522-7233  Get help with safety planning, crisis intervention, emergency shelter, and advocacy

Contact Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault (OCADVSA) Full directory or crisis centers and shelters

Call Native Alliance Against Violence (OKNAAV) at 405-801-2277 Tribal domestic violence and sexual assault coalition 

Call La Luz at 405-812-0762 Provides domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking support

Call Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) at 800-985-5990 Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7 crisis counseling to people experiencing emotional distress related to natural or human-caused disasters.

Call Sunbeam Family Services at 405-528-7721 offering Telehealth mental health services