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Keep the kiddos engaged with a free offer from Scholastic! 

For a limited time, head on over to Scholastic.com to access the FREE Learn at Home hub – a virtual education program that was designed to support children during these temporary school closures due to Coronavirus concerns.

This program offers free educational activities for students from pre-k up to grade 9 and includes material covering STEM, Science, Social Studies, and more.

Every day includes four separate learning experiences, which are each built around a meaningful story or video. And, there is up to four weeks of content available!

These online learning sessions are a great way to keep your children reading, thinking, and growing while we are experiencing school closures. We love that so many companies are stepping up to help parents!


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  1. Ashley

    I was just looking at this right before I came here. I have a kindergarter and the lessons for his age look great. I’m excited to use them to keep him busy the next few weeks.

  2. Lpmousse

    Thanks. My kids are both in preschool, but I think they’ll enjoy learning in this different way.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      You are welcome, Lpmousse!

  3. SpaChica

    Thank you so much for this post. I shared it with all my friends I have kids.

    • SpaChica

      * I shared it with all my friends that have kids*

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh good! You’re so welcome! Glad you could pass it along!

  4. T

    Can i still get this if my kid isn’t in school yet?

    • Jamie

      Yes. It gives you an account login on the front page. 🙂

  5. Marinova

    This is so great. This is why I will continue to overpay at Scholastic Book Fairs and flyers (although the flyers have some good deals!) for books that can be bought much cheaper on Amazon. THIS is real customer service.

    • Sally

      Lol!

    • Rita

      The reason you pay more is because the school receives profit on the books you buy at book fairs. Teachers get allotted money to be used on more books for individual classroom libraries. I am a teacher and I have been allotted $50-$100 in book profit to pick out items for my classroom. They are expensive but I hope that helps you understand why.

  6. mommyx4

    Thank you just shared it. My kids school district is all on a chromebook but ofcourse we dont have passwords for all the apps they use. And they offer it in a spanish version to excited momma here lol

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re most welcome! Happy you could share it!

  7. Hema

    Really useful right now thanks

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      It sure is! You’re welcome, Hema!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for the heads up! Good to know!

  8. V

    Useful right now

  9. Tammy

    Thank you for posting!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome, Tammy! 🙌

  10. Allison

    Thank you so much for posting this!! I just shared this with my daughter’s special education teacher for all the kids in her class while they are out of school for 2 weeks and then again 3 days later for spring break! That’s 3 weeks off!!

    He is sending this home along with other worksheets for the kids to do while they are at home. He was very excited about these links and I am as well! Anything to help our kids learning while they are at home for so long.

    I am sharing this with all my friends with kids also. Such a great resource!

    Thanks a million!!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Awesome! You’re SO very welcome! Glad this will be helpful!

  11. Mollie

    Our schools are sending the work they need done through the internet. By the way, I am in Alabama. Some children do not have internet connection and what can they expect? Also, could I please ask parents that are able to help with taking meals to our children. Alabama has gotten time to approved for the children that receive free meals to continue the program. The problem I see is that the parent will have to come to the school to get the meals. I am volunteering my time and help deliver meals.

  12. deeps

    Thank you!!

  13. Kimberly

    the username (Learning20) and password (Clifford) is invalid now. Is anyone having the same issue?

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hmm, So sorry for the issues. I don’t find that listed anywhere.

  14. yesi

    How do i sign up for the free course??

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Yesi! Just click through the link above and select the grade level needed to begin! Hope this helps!

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