lets learn about electric safety


Energy Explorer Activities

From word searches to crosswords to word scrambles, this pack of puzzles is designed to get your little one's mind thinking!

Coloring pages for different ways to stay safe and keep your child's creative juices flowing. 

Different activities in this packet to keep your kids entertained.

Tips for Entertaining Kiddos During Social Distancing


Social Distancing can be hard on anyone, but it is especially challenging for young kids (and their parents!). What can you do when school is out, and you need to stay home? Here are some tips on how you can destroy boredom and keep your kids entertained!

1. Keep Them Moving

Kids need to exercise, too! In fact, preschoolers need at least 180 minutes of physical activity each day, while kids aged five to 17 need 60 minutes of mild to moderate exercise a day. Here are some things to keep them moving:

2. Yoga for Kids

Yoga for kids has become a movement around the world, and there is no time like the present to start your kids on this fun exercise journey! Cosmic Kids Yoga is a great YouTube resource with yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed especially for kids aged 3+. Added bonus, this channel also has meditation exercises for kids, perfect to help relieve stress during uncertain times.

3. Have a Dance Party

This is good for the kids AND you! Put on some of your favorite tunes and dance like no one is watching! This is a great way to get your heart pumping and relieve a little bit of pent-up energy!  

4. Do a Book-Work Workout

This is a great way to combine education and exercise! Pick a book that has a word that’s often repeated. Every time the word comes up in the story, get your kid to do a jumping jack.

5. Get “Outdoors”

Did you know that five of the National Parks have virtual park tours? Take a tour of these incredible places, all from the comfort of your living room!

Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska

Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

6. Get the Kids Cooking

Educational, hands-on and no need for an internet connection! But, just in case you want some guidance, you can check out the Food Network’s Family and Kids page.


7. Have a Karaoke Party

You don’t need to leave the house to have a sing-off! Check out SingSnap, which has a library of free Karaoke tunes.

8. Do Some Virtual Learning

Just because school is out, doesn’t mean the learning has to stop! Check-out these online learning sites:

From ABCs to ACTs – Hundreds of resources, hands-on activity ideas and printables to choose from.

From Homeschool Hideout, 150+ Educational Shows on Netflix – With educational programming you can feel better about doing a bit of binge watching!

From We Are Teachers, 60+ Awesome Websites for Teach and Learning Math – If you find yourself struggling to incorporate some Math education into your kids’ day, look no farther than this helpful list of teacher approved, online math education sites.





Check out these websites to find different ways your child can learn about energy and safety!




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