Coronavirus: NASA, Crayola help keep kids educated, busy while social distancing

Parents are two to three weeks into the whole social distancing, distance learning thing and some parents may be pulling their hair out already.

NASA and Crayola are here to rescue you.

The space agency has launched its NASA At Home website that has educational content focusing on science.

It has e-books, videos, science experiments and virtual tours.

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Every weekday at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. NASA has educational programming for students, WRTV reported.

If you need something that’s a little more low tech, Crayola is the answer. The Crayola Experience has projects, coloring pages and games for you to download for your little ones. All you have to do is sign up here. It also has more projects on the main Crayola website.

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They also have some science experiments that come with a splash or two of color as well as ideas for creative projects that use stuff you already have around your home.

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Posted by Crayola Experience on Saturday, March 28, 2020

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Additional ideas will be added regularly, the company said, according to WHTM.