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The Coder School Farmington & Glastonbury has moved all of its coding sessions online to help flatten the curve. Offerings include class programs with small ratios of 2:1 or 3:1. Private sessions of 1:1 are also available. All students can participate in a free 30 minute virtual coding trial before they decide to sign up. Please fill out a "contact us for a free trial" on our website and we will be sure to contact you!Find out more »
The special CAR EDITION Family Frolic Scavenger Hunt is now available for purchase. The print-at-home game is $25 per family and is available on our website! This hunt is geared toward elementary and middle school aged kids and can be completed from your car. There are also many opportunities to take short hikes on trails and in open spaces. So find a sunny day and take an adventure! We appreciate your support!Find out more »
During this time, the Mattatuck Museum has set up a designated page on it's website called "The MATT @ Home." This page features online exhibitions, educational projects, art activities, and more for families of all ages.Find out more »
Upcoming Events in Connecticut
A National Town Hall for Parents with Common Sense will be held Wednesday, May 13 at 10 a.m. PDT/1 p.m. EDT. Join Common Sense and Noggin for a live webinar focusing on how best to support kids under the age of 10 during this challenging time! This 45-minute town hall...
While at home, you and your kids can still enjoy adventures exploring special destinations through Virtual Field Trips with CT Science Center. The staff of educators have created exciting new ways for students to interact and engage with STEM that pushes kids and...
The 3DUX STEM Show Video Series offers parents a variety fun and educational activities you can do at home with your young engineers. Teachers can share this video as a part of a remote learning plan. Use craft and up-cycled materials you already have in your home or...
Again, we turn to Common Sense Media during the COVID-19 public restrictions for guidance on keeping your kids healthy physically and mentally. Balance the sedentary motionless screen time of the distance learning / home schooling with a good amount of exercise every...
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