We understand that working from home and homeschooling your children can be a lot to handle, so here are a few ways to have fun at home!
: Get helpful printable worksheets for the kids.
: Worksheets, craft ideas, and more.
: Learn all about animals.
: Games are aimed at students from kindergarten to eighth grade.
: Ascend Math offers math instruction for kindergarten to 12th-grade students. The platform will be free until the end of April.
: BeeLine Reader helps students of all ages and skill levels improve their reading skills.
: Get a free account for K-12th grade students for resources such as math problems and social science videos.
: Get free access to a social studies course.
: Work on your grammar by learning to proofread short stories.
: A free STEM club offers DYI STEM labs, live classes, coding lessons and lives pop-ups.
: Courses in sociology, computer science, film history, and mythology are offered for starters.
: Students can use online tools to visualize math problems, create interactive tutorials and play math games with kids from all over the world.
: Pre-K to 12th-grade lessons and activities in these areas: language arts, reading, math, science, history/social studies, performing arts and physical education.
Who doesn’t want to read and play games with Dr. Seuss?
: An app for tablets for preschool to kindergarten students.
: Learn a new language while you are stuck at home.
: Activities, games, reading and more are available for grades pre-K through eighth grade.
: ABCya offers activities for students grades pre-K through sixth grade.
s: From art projects to making ice cream to gardening.
: Get a virtual tour of 12 museums.
: How many balloons can you burst by sitting in 30 seconds?
: GoNoodle has games to get your child moving.
: Elementary school students can practice reading comprehension.
: For the world traveler, a way to create maps and explore the world’s geography.
: The reading app is free to parents for the rest of the school year if you can get a digital invitation from a teacher or school librarian. They can sign up free to provide access to their students.
: KiwiCo “helps kids think big and act like creators and producers instead of just consumers” Great activities and DYI science projects.
: Don’t forget your child’s emotional health.
: Check your math with .
: If you like coding, math and problem-solving try Minecraft way.
: Video lessons science lessons that will inspire kids to explore our world.
: If your child is looking to write the Great American Novel, here’s a website for you.
: Look for games, videos, lessons and “cool stuff.”
: Learn from history materials aimed at grades 4 and up.
: Sign up for a free daily newsletter from PBS KIDS.
: A free library where kids can download or read online more than 60,000 free eBooks.
: Reading comprehension is the goal of Readworks.
: Click here for a set of printables to use to create a schedule for your child. They include graphics for understanding time, and includes a few activities!
: Scholastic Magazine is offering four learning experiences each day.
: Elementary to high school students can get lessons in physics, chemistry, earth science, and biology.
: Math, reading, art, and music for students in kindergarten through third grade.
: Printables kids love to work on.
: A fun website with math, art and reading games.
: If you have a child on the autism spectrum you can get specialize lessons from Vizzle.
: Learn about 2,000-plus wonders of the world.
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