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We hope that our community is staying in good health physically, mentally and emotionally during this season of uncertainty. We know that many families are juggling working from-home while parenting, teaching and keeping their lives in order. Our managing partner, Sarah Stempky-Kime, has been managing her client work from her home in the suburbs of Detroit with her husband, Dan, and three young children. After many hours of research (mostly during bedtime and naptime!), Sarah put this guide together featuring important resources for Michigan families, including educational activities for kiddos, health & wellness, dining options, government assistance and lots more. Please know that we’re here if you need us. We hope our community finds these resources useful in nativating this new chapter in life. Stay well!

A Comprehensive Family Guide for Staying at Home

Exceptional Guide For Back-To-School 2020

 

Christensen Law KidsChristensen Law KidsScholastic: Day by day projects for all grades to keep kids learning.

All-In-One Homeschool: Free homeschool curriculum for all ages from preschool to 12th grade (they have thinking games as well)!

Kid’s Activity Blog: This website has tons of activities, but it also provides a list of education companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings.

Read Theory: Free and helps kids grades k-12 with reading comprehension.

Seterra: Free geography quiz games and even in different languages.

Purpose Games: Free and a little of everything.

Education.com: Free math games for PK-5th grade.

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