You probably have school work to do at home, but this list is full of other great ways to learn something new.
1. Sign up for an Outschool virtual class online. (They have great options like vocabulary building and American government, as well as classes like Dungeons and Dragons and how to make animated movies.)
2. Take the Learn at Home courses from Scholastic.
3. Write down questions about random things — What do monkeys eat? — and spend the afternoon looking up the answers.
4. Download the Bright Futures activity book.
5. Learn 10 facts about Jimmy Carter.
6. Learn 10 facts about Katherine Johnson.
7. Learn 10 facts about Frida Kahlo.
8. Learn 10 facts about Florence Nightingale.
9. Learn 10 facts about Italy.
10. Learn 10 facts about China.
11. Read about the Coral Reef.
12. Read about koalas.
13. Learn how to tell time.
14. Learn all about chemistry at CreositySpace.
15. Take a lesson on the human body from Curiscope.
16. Learn the United States in alphabetical order.
17. Learn every state's capital.
18. Learn about the seven wonders of the world.
19. Learn 10 facts about penguins.
20. Learn 10 facts about koalas.
21. Learn 10 facts about pigs.
22. Learn 10 facts about horses.
23. Learn 10 facts about hyenas.
24. Learn 10 facts about pandas.
25. Learn 10 facts about rabbits.
26. Learn 10 facts about seahorses.
27. Learn 10 facts about your state.
28. Make a PowerPoint presentation about Kenya.
29. Learn how to speak in pig latin.
30. Take a bilingual class on geography and history at Encantos Learning Hub.
31. Learn how to cross-stitch.
32. Take a free computer science lesson.
33. Take a Collective Play Ground nature-based class.
34. Print some free science-based coloring pages, like pages on anatomy and biomes.
35. Play a math game at Cool Math 4 Kids.
36. Learn and play chess with other kids.
37. Take a Harry Potter herbology class on Outschool.
38. Learn all of the X-Men powers.
39. Look up fun pranks to play on someone.
40. Look up a bunch of knock-knock jokes.
41. Learn all about Saturn's moons.
42. Stream courses for free from The Great Courses Plus.
43. Learn 10 facts about crocodiles.
44. Learn 10 facts about Misty Copeland.
45. Research the 2020 Olympic Games coming this summer.
46. Read about Marie Curie.
47. Learn every planet's distance from the sun.
48. Learn 10 facts about sharks.
49. Learn 10 facts about puppies.
50. Learn 10 facts about kittens.
51. Learn about how kaleidoscopes became a thing.
52. Learn about who invented waffles.
53. Learn ventriloquism.
54. Learn American Sign Language.
55. Learn 10 facts about Helen Keller.
56. Read about Madam C.J. Walker.
57. Learn about the invention of peanut butter.
58. Learn about 10 different kinds of sharks.
59. Learn about 10 fish that live in the ocean.
60. Learn how to fold clothes like Marie Kondo.
61. Learn some origami.
62. Learn how to fold a fitted sheet.
63. Learn 10 facts about the Roman empire.
64. Learn how to fold napkins into fun shapes.
65. Learn about how the sandwich was invented.
66. Learn about how pizza was invented.
67. Read about the Roman baths.
68. Find places you'd like to visit someday on a map.
69. Do a NASA STEM activity.
70. Print and color the NASA Space Launch System coloring book.
71. Try to make a diorama of one of the things you've seen on a virtual tour today.
72. Join an actual Harry Potter class to get your own wand, get sorted into a house, and do your spell homework.
73. Learn a card trick.
74. Host a "Night at the Museum" with your family — everyone can dress like a notable historical figure and share facts about themselves as if you're all exhibits in a museum.
75. Make multiplication flash cards.
76. Make long division flash cards.
77. Make sight word flash cards.
78. Make spelling word flash cards.
79. Make a raised salt painting.
80. Then learn how to draw and paint Baby Yoda.
81. Learn to salsa dance.
82. Learn to do the tango.
83. Learn five Shakespeare quotes.
84. Learn how to juggle.
85. Learn all of the spells in Harry Potter.
86. Learn how to speak Quenya, the language of the elves, from Lord of the Rings.
87. Learn how to speak Dothraki from Game of Thrones.
88. Learn how to speak Klingon from Star Trek.
89. Learn how to play a new song on the recorder.
90. Learn how to play the piano.
91. Learn about the Roaring 20s.
92. Look up the fashion of the 1960s and pick your favorite.
93. Learn about the Titanic.
94. Learn about all the bones in your foot.
95. Learn about all the bones in your hand.
96. Look up five simple everyday phrases in five other languages and memorize them.
97. Learn how to be a Disney imagineer with free online classes.
98. Pick a new habitat to learn about: desert, polar, woodlands, rain forest, ocean.
99. Sign up for Tinkergarten at home for fun DIY activities.
100. Take a class on U.S. history through the eyes of American Girl dolls.
101. Join the Star Wars resistance.
102. Learn all about NASA's Space Launch System rocket.
103. Take weather school classes from a meteorologist.
104. Find a city on Google Maps and research statues and monuments and buildings you see with Street View.
105. Learn about who invented shoelaces.
106. Then learn how to tie your shoes.
107. Look up ways to help bees.
108. Do some geography activities through Discover the World Education.
109. Learn about how sharks take care of their babies.
110. Learn 10 facts about hippos.
111. Read about the women that inspired Hidden Figures.
112. Look up three different careers that sound interesting to you.