Free Online Education Tools to Keep Kids Learning
12 free educational sites to help keep your kids on track while schools are closed.
Don't let school closures affect your child's education. These free resources provide an easy way for kids' minds to stay active while stuck at home.
Full online curriculum with 4,000-plus activities for ages 2-8.
Multiplayer games engage kids in language arts, math, spelling, typing and other subjects.
Access grammar and vocabulary lessons in French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Latin and Korean.
List of apps specifically for students with various special needs including autism, dyslexia, visual impairments, and writing difficulties.
This virtual library feeatures more than 35,000 books, educational videos and quizzes geared toward the 12 and younger crowd.
If your child's missing their after-school music program, this stand-in teaches guitar basics during three months of free lessons.
Arts & crafts, alphabet, math, literacy, science — whatever subject you want your child to brush up on, he or she can do so with these activities.
Movement, yoga and mindfulness videos, downloadable resources and off-screen activity ideas.
Games, worksheets and practice quizzes adhere to Common Core standards.
Free access to more than 1 million digitized books.
Provides exercises to boost kids' literacy and writing skills.
Prompts, lessons, quizzes and video tutorials encourage users to mine their imagination for writing material.
What began earlier this month as a Google sheet with virtual-schooling ideas has expanded to a website loaded with global livestreams, virtual museum tours, and educational activities and resources.