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Free Educational Websites For Kids Schooling From Home

With the kids schooling from home, you need creative ways to help them with their education.

Below is a list of websites with tips, activities, interactive educational lessons, fun games and videos to keep your kids involved with their school work during the school closure. Learning can be fun! A collection of educational YouTube channels for kidsincluding online field trips and a list of education companies that are offering free subscriptions due to the school closures.

Science Friday: Physics, chemistry, earth science and biology.

Star Fall: Math, reading, art and music

The Activity Mom: Printables for kids to work on.

Toy Theater: Math, art and reading games.

Vizzle: Specialize lessons For children on the autism spectrum

BeeLine Reader: Helps with reading skills.

Belouga: Help with math problems and offers social science videos.

Big History Project: Social studies courses

Classroom cereal: Help with grammar

Crash Course: Courses in sociology, computer science, film history and mythology

Desmos: Help with math problems and play math games with kids from all over the world.

Discovery K-12: Courses on language arts, reading, math, science, history/social studies, performing arts and physical education.

123 Homeschool4me: Printable worksheets

All Kids Network: Get worksheets, craft ideas and more.

Animals are amazing: Learn all about animals

Arcademics: Games for kindergarten to eighth grade.

Scholastic Learn at Home: Fun learning experiences Math

Mystery Science: Video science lessons

NaNoWriMo: Website to help with writing

National Geographic for Kids: Look for games, videos, lessons and more fun things to do

New American History: Learn history

ProjectGutenberg: A free library where you can download and read more than 60,000 free. Reading comprehension

Dr. Seuss to the rescue: Read and play games with Dr. Seuss.

DuckDuckMoose: Tablet app for preschool to kindergarten students.

Duolingo: Learn a new language

Fun Brain: Activities, games, reading and more.

Giant list of Ideas for being home with kids: Ideas for art projects from making ice cream to gardening.

Go to the museum, virtually: Get a virtual tour of museums around the world.

GoNoodle: Interactive games, think P.E class!

Into the Book: Practice reading comprehension.

Into the Map: Use maps to explore the world.

Visual schedules: Create a schedule for your child

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