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The Character Tree Offers Free Resources for Parents, Teachers

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To meet the growing need of parents and teachers to reach young learners remotely during the Covid-19 shutdown, many education providers are offering their resources for free or at deep discounts. That, of course, is great corporate responsibility as well as good business.

One of those companies, The Character Tree, recently announced that it has developed two new online video lessons to help develop character in youngsters. The lessons, the announcement said, “are geared toward children in grades 1 & 2, feature the champion racehorse Seabiscuit and Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe.”

Best of all, they are free. So too are the rest of the resources in The Character Tree library, at least through the end of June. Free access is at their website:

According to the announcement of the new lessons and open access, all The Character Tree lessons are standards-aligned and come with a teacher’s guide and printable resources for students. The library also includes sharable links for teachers who want to give students home access to the resources.