As families continue to face the new realities of juggling work, school, and play at home, online tools can make the adjustment a bit smoother. We’re all spending more of our time on our devices, and Google has many products and programs to help families create healthy digital habits and help them stay safe online. From internet safety resources to parental controls, our products help families find and manage quality content and apps, tools for distance learning and virtual field trips. And behind the scenes, our teams work every day to protect our users and make our products safer for everyone.
While our team has been working hard to create weekly learn at home activities parents and kids can do together or independently (you can get them here), there are a plethora of resources out there from charities and other companies that incredible. So, we’ve decided to put all of our favourites in one place! We will be updating this blog regularly so do check back for new ideas!
Make, learn, and play with our powerful creative tools. Look inside a computer, see how it works. Play with processors, binary and sound. Learn to code your own art, games, and music with simple steps and videos.
We’re all struggling to work from home (kids included), so we’ve partnered with some of our brightest employees to create a series of online STEM projects. These are intended to help parents and teachers keep everyone engaged in science while we’re stuck inside. Please enjoy. Have fun. And share your creations with the hashtag #STEMatHome.
The KOOV Trial Kit provides young learners with everything needed to start building robots from scratch at home or in the classroom. With 12 unique robot builds and a corresponding learning course, they can kick start their STEAM future.
An app, exclusive to the Kano PC, that lets you look inside your computer, and learn how it works. Discover binary code with emojis, learn about memory and flash storage, play with processors, networking, and sound through an onscreen adventure.