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!
Kidsactivitiesblog.com 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
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.
Readworks.org: 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