I suspect I'm not the only one here who finds himself with a dormant math circle due to quarantine. I'm interested in two kinds of suggestions regarding this situation:
suggestions for running a math circle remotely, to the extent that the best practices are different from what one would do for a class, as recorded in How shall we teach math online? (e.g., how to recreate the participation-, exploration-, and activity-heavy nature of a math circle compared to a perhaps more typical math class); and
suggestions for good resources for math circle participants when the circle co-ordinators are not able to devote the resources to running an offline circle.
I'm in situation #2, but I assume that #1 is of interest, and the questions seem closely enough related to put them together. The circle of which I'm a part is for US 5–9 graders (roughly 10–14 years old); I'm open to suggestions at any level, but, if that makes it too unfocussed, then we can focus on that age range.