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How to work from home when you have kids?

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Many of us work from home (WFH) these days, whether we like it or not.

What a surprise, if you're also a parent! Don't panic, we've got you covered.

This is the ultimate guide on managing working from home with kids successfully.

So, if you're looking to enjoy WFH while being together with family, this is the guide for you.
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Chapter 1

Talking about how to work from home when you have kids.

WFH (stands for working from home) may not seem different compared to office work. Well, it's just work anyway, the only thing you wear pajamas instead of a business suit (thanks to jobs that let you work from home).

However, several unconventional things can make or break WFH for you on a personal and professional level.

Especially if you have kids at home, stay calm, we got this - take some deep breaths. Be open to trying new strategies for working from home with kids.

There is a lot of advice online on working 9-5 from home with kids: Fast Company provides 11 tips how to work from home with kids, here's another one on the same topic by HBR, Atlassian provides their tips and one more by Fortune.

There are a lot of crowd-sourced Google Docs that might help as well:

Ben Throop proposes on Twitter to treat it like a camp with a tight schedule and strict rules:
Yes, routines are useful and not only for adults.

A great schedule for school at home would mix playtime, rest time, free play, learning, exercise, eating, and cleaning. Here's an example:

  • 7:00 - 7:30 wake-up
  • 7:30 - 8:00 breakfast
  • 8:00 - 8:30 free play
  • 8:30 - 9:30 outside play
  • 9:30 - 10:00 snack
  • 10:00 - 11:30 learning activities (school)
  • 11:30 - 12:00 lunch
  • 12:00 - 2:30 nap or quiet time
  • 2:30 - 3:00 show
  • 3:00 - 4:00 learning activities (school)
  • 4:00 - 4:30 snack
  • 4:30 - 5:30 free play
  • 5:30 - 6:00 chores/clean-up (this can be a game!)
  • 6:00 - 7:00 dinner
  • 7:00 - 7:30 bath and reading
  • 7:30 - 8:00 bed
It's also essential to align on expectations not only with your kids but also with your manager. Make sure to share your situation with your manager and ask for their support as you integrate wfh policy with kids.

Some tips for working from home with kids before getting to actual work:

  • Set up a functional workspace, and check out this simple advice by Timo Zimmerman;
  • Prepare meals and snacks for yourself and the kids ahead of time, so you don't have to cook midday;
  • Involve the kids: If your kids are old enough, involve them in cooking, doing chores, coming up with ideas for activities, and being a contributor to the household;

To get kids engaged, we prepared four chapters with tons of useful information: games, educational activities, and so on. Hopefully, you'll have a lot of fun together and will have (some) time for work.

But how do you stay productive at home if you never did this? It's all about psychology. We're human beings, after all, and we tend to make mistakes.

A tiny mistake can lead to a huge loss.
These are the most common mistakes a working from home person could make.
Self-blaming about your lack of productivity
If WFH is a new thing for you, chances are you won't be as productive as in the well-known environment.

You may get the largest monitor, a great chair and a large desk.

But something feels just not right (even if kids are busy and you're left alone).

It's hard to concentrate on work, you procrastinate and find yourself looking into the window instead of making a new cold call.

It doesn't mean WFH is not for you, and in no way, you shouldn't blame yourself for the lack of productivity.
It's just the way our brain works.

When we're put in a new environment or a new group, we have to build new neural connections to put things on track.

Probably you heard of the four phases of teamwork: storming, norming, forming, performing. It's the same, but the team consists only of you (and kids, of course).

Just embrace the thing that you're not productive today. Do not blame yourself; do not strive to work until midnight; do nothing about it.

Continue the work and enjoy it. Tomorrow it will be better.
Having no routines
Gas continues to occupy continuously the whole of the space in which it is placed.

The same thing happens to work when working from home. If your kids have their schedule, you'd better have yours as well (and they're aligned).

Without a conscious decision when and how you work, it can become a mess very quickly.

Well, it sounds like an obvious thing, and you decide to focus on that tomorrow.

Of course, you have A LOT of work today, and spending time on such thing is a waste of time.

I bet in a week, or so you find yourself in the mixed flow of working, taking care of kids, video calls, checking emails without a minute to pause and enjoy life. Ouch.

Think of WFH as a complex project you approach with the team of you. There is a Remote Work Canvas to help you with that.

When you have an important project at work, I'm sure you get together with a team and plan actions ahead.

WFH requires the same approach, especially when you have kids at home who don't really understand that you're working and not just sitting at the table.

Take some time before work to think about your wfh day and plan it well. It will pay off.
Not overcommunicating

What have you just thought of?

For you, it could be Apple, Inc., and for me, it could be a green apple I like.

People are so different, and even though we may use the same words, we tend to interpret them differently.

The thing is, you may not notice it when communicating face to face. You tune to a person verbally and understand her better compared to Skype -> Slack -> email.

The cost of poor communication at work is billions of dollars annually.

And it becomes worse when working from home. That's why there is no such thing as overcommunicating when working from home.

It applies to all your communications: voice, video, text.

Make sure you provide enough information and repeat crucial details over again. It will help you avoid falling off the track.

By the way, you can use this principle the other way around.

When you discuss something with team members, ask more questions and let them provide extensive information about the projects you are working on (including text).

It will help you understand them better and do what they exactly want from you.
Ignoring/overstating emotions
When we're in the same room with a person, we can understand their feelings.

It's quite an important skill at work.

This way, we understand misalignment, demotivation, neglection, and other things that may later collapse your plans.

When you replace face to face interactions with video calls (or even worse with messages on Slack), a significant part of the information is lost.

You still exchange using words, but emotions somehow become hidden.

Thus, it's crucial paying attention not only to the words but also to the emotional part of the communication when working from home.

Well, I don't mean you may face misalignment on a second day WFH.

But, the more time you spend at home, the more untold things may arise between you and folks across the monitor.

What should you do then?

Your goal is to understand how the person feels beside the working tasks. You can do that by talking about things not related to work, by asking questions about their tasks, etc.

Talk. And listen.

On the other hand, when communicating via text, you may add emotions (yours, actually) to the messages.

Read it: "Ok. I'll do that."

Is that like "Okay, I'm fed up with that, but if you're asking, I will do that for you" or maybe it's close to "Sure thing, not a problem. I've got time and can do that for you"?

The answer: you never know until you talk more (ideally via voice/video).

When you're caught up with emotions yelling at you after getting a message on Slack, ask yourself, "Is it exactly what a person is conveying, or is it what I think about it?"
Missing the right tools
There are a lot of great tools to foster remote work. We composed the largest list with 330 tools for remote work - check it out here and pick the ones you like.

Of course, we'd like you to check out Standuply. If your team uses Slack, it will improve your communications and provide transparency on your team.

Many of us use Zoom these days, here is a great explanation on how to get going with Zoom with some tips on working from home.
Chapter 2

The best activities and games for the WFH family.

In the bathroom
  • Bubble bath with waterproof toy animals and sponges.
  • Give the dogs a bath and brush.
  • Make paper boats and sail them in the tub.
  • Paint in the bathtub with a washable paint.
  • Play sink or float with objects in a clear bin of water or in the bathoob.
  • Popsicle bath activity.
  • Use glow-sticks (or Glo Pals Light Up Water Cubes) in the bathtub and turn out the lights.
Sous chef
  • Bake something new (that you didn't bake before) each day.
  • Find a recipe, then your challenge is baking it with the ingredients you have on hand.
  • Find out all the things that you rarely use and prepare a meal with them.
  • Learn how to make sushi.
  • Make an ice cream or smoothie.
  • Make your cooking show then watch it back.
  • Bake cookies or banana muffins.
  • Bake a treat for your pet.
  • Set up a cereal bar and let them mix them all together to make their own breakfast each morning.
  • Make pizzas.
  • Let them practice measuring with measuring cups, spoons and dry ingredients like beans and rice.
  • Run kitchen experiments. There are a few easy ones that are easy to do, like making slime, baking soda and vinegar reaction, etc.
  • Combine cooking and math

Additional resources:

  • Nomster Chef - Illustrated recipes designed to help kids age 2-12 cook with their grown-ups. Recipes encourage culinary skills, literacy, math, and science.
  • Food Bank For New York City - CookShop - Free nutirtion-ed worksheets for K-5 and well as food budgeting/meal planning worksheet for families.
Go wild
  • Let the kids play dress up in your clothes.
  • Blowing bubbles - grab a bottle of bubbles and paper towel for drips.
  • Run a day when you all together attempt things with your non-dominant hand, from writing to brushing your teeth.
  • Pretend like the floor is hot lava and jump from couch cushion to couch cushion.
  • Try moving in super-slow motion. You can add a condition to do that when someone says a specific word.
  • Save bubble wrap and let them pop it (you can join them as well).
  • Work from home station. Let kids to emulate parents working from home. Challenge them to draw, paint, color or "work" on play laptops with one another for the duration of a 30 minute call.
  • Create a sensory bin with materials you have in house (i.e., sensory rice bin with colored rice or gel glitter and pom poms or grind oats with sand toys).
  • Make a busy board.
  • Get popcorn and run a movie marathon with several movies to watch one after another.
  • Watch everything on Disney+.
  • Get a bunch of tape markers and cardboard boxes. Let them do anything they want with these boxes.
Discussion club
  • Create a Google document of shows or movies you're watching and share it among family and friends.
  • Words. You start with a word and then a kid continues with a next word that starts with a last syllable of your word. Continue until you're stuck.
  • What If. Come up with questions about things and surroundings as if they are different from their current state. Ask kids to answers.
  • Start would you rather discussion.
  • Tell a progressive story, one person starts out telling it then the next person takes over, and back again
  • Talk to your plants and give names to them. How are they doing?
  • Try tongue twisters.
  • Facetime friends and classmates.
Picasso studio
  • Buy paper plates and paints to make paintings on a special "canvas".
  • Dot to dot books.
  • Draw on glass with window markers.
  • Let them draw animals. Provide them paper and pencils/markers/crayons.
  • Let them draw maps of places and then make directions from one place to another to see if someone else could follow it.
  • Paint with petals.
  • Try sponge painting.
  • Visual Guess What Game. Draw something (like a child) and let your kids guess what's that, then change roles.
  • Coloring with markers on large sheets of paper.
  • Draw self portraits on blank faces.
Family team building
  • Play a journalist. Interview your grandparents and kids and save the audio/video. Can you create a story or book with that file?
  • Create a family tree.
  • Create a vision board with their dreams and goals.
  • Make a list of things for which you are grateful (or a gratitude tree).
  • Pick your favorite family pics from the past year and make a photo book or order framed versions online.
  • Start a family journal, this one has prompts to get you started.
  • Facetime your grandparents a lot.
  • Get your family badges.
Show time
  • Host a glow stick party.
  • Have a dance disco party (Zumba or Dance-along videos on YouTube).
  • Sing karaoke.
  • Make a shadow show (you can use blankets over chairs).
  • Do a freeze dance: someone plays a song, and when they pause it everyone has to freeze mid-dance.
  • Puppets. Make finger puppets and help them create their own puppet show. Make a theatre out of a box and get creative.
  • Theatre. Encourage the kids to put on a play or a magic show. They could even use the dress up with clothes and props from around the house. You can film it.
Read and write
  • Learn old English words. Pepper them into your conversation with kids.
  • Just read a book to your kids outloud.
  • Let a kid read a text and focus on some syllable to find each time it's there.
  • Sort out all the picture books you have and read them all.
  • Continue a sentense. You draw a picture and add a short story about it. Then you fold a paper so that only the last sentence is visible. The next person continues the story. Then you read it together and laugh.
  • Write a book together. Each of you is in charge for one character, then combine their adventures into one single story.
  • Write stories to free cinematic music.
  • Writing with the Arts.
  • Write a poem. Magnetic Poetry may help.
  • Write a short story & illustrate it. You can do that together or ask your kids to do that and then present you the result.
  • Write a story cooperatively. One person picks a character and the other picks a setting and then go gangbusters together.
  • Writing letters. Have each kid write a letter and/or emails to a different friend, family member, to nursing homes, college kids, singles, healthcare workers, etc.
  • Do Madlibs.
  • Have a Scrabble tournament.
  • Typing challenge. How many words per minute can you type? Compare your results with your kids. Typetastic may help.
  • Have an Olympics with a bunch of events competitions - funny ones, helpful ones like cleaning and really fun ones like minute to win in style. Let each person to choose a country to play for.
  • Do a challenge: how many times can you... (jumping jacks, spin around, etc.).
  • Run a massive board game tournament with all the board games you own.
  • Puzzle races: put several puzzles (20+ piece puzzles) in a paper bag and shake it up. Pour pieces out and give each person the puzzle box they are to put together. Go! (Cooperation tends to be a result as pieces are traded.)
  • Run a standup battle.
Young explorers
  • Set up a blanket and have an indoor picnic.
  • Look at things under magnifying glass or with a microscope.
  • Turn out the lights and use flashlights to explore like you're in a cave.
  • Build a tent in the house with blankets and chairs. It's also great for just before nap time.
  • Do a study on planets. Then have the kids create their own planets - how big is it, where in the universe is it located, atmosphere conditions, can it sustain life, how long is a day/year, name it, etc.
  • Have them classify photos on
  • Have each kid pick a topic they'd like to learn about and spend 30 mins each day on that topic
  • Do a scavenger hunt. Kids follow clues through the house to find a "treasure" at the end (could be candy, a movie, whatever). Online Scavenger hunt - can be used with any subject
Let's play
  • Line up dominos and knock them over
  • Play "I Spy".
  • Play grocery store with canned goods from the pantry and monopoly money.
  • Play mail: write letters, place in envelopes and take turns delivering them.
  • Play monster, take turns growling and chasing each other around
  • Play pin the tail on the donkey (with tape).
  • Play Simon Says.
  • Play tick tack toe.
  • Race toy cars.
  • Try bowling with paper cups and a toy ball
  • Wrap items and give them to one another as gifts, act really, really surprised.
  • Learn new card games.
  • Boggle!
  • Dino Excavation with warm water
  • Eco Warriors Cards.
  • Kinetic sand.
  • Have a board game day.
  • Family puzzles. Ones that are 500-1000 pieces and a challenging but not frustrating picture.
  • Play lego. Watch LEGO Masters for inspiration.
  • Give your children 3 words. Have them choose one to build a lego picture of that word. Then you guess which word they built.
  • Use all of your building toys to build a one giant structure.
  • Pillow Pile. Take all of the pillows in the room, including back couch cushions or other soft items, and pile them up next to the couch.
  • Basketball with paper and trash bin.
  • Build tunnels and let your kids tunnelling (IKEA tunnels are great for that).
  • Jedi fight with paper swords.
  • Obstacle Course. Set up a line of toys to step over or around, stack of cushions for your little one to climb over and have an empty cardboard box for him to climb into or through.
  • Play Twister.
  • Practice spinning poi.
  • Use painters tape to play indoor hopscotch.
  • Get them sticker books.
  • Let them loose with post-it notes.
  • Pattern blocks
  • Send a slinky down the stairs
  • Taste-Safe baby paint.
  • Water beads. This also takes some prep, but if you have any flax seeds at home, you can make flax slime with 1/2 cup flax seeds & 2 cups water. This needs to be set in the refrigerator for 24 hours.
  • Memory match game. Create or own cards or download and print free templates.
  • Hula hoop.
  • Guess what. Show something using gestures only and let your kids guess. Now it's their turn.
  • Let your kids create their own game and invite you to play with them.
  • Create a marble run.
  • Get GraviTrax.
Unleash creativity
  • Create a newspaper on any topic. Find a template on Pinterest.
  • Create a paper chain garland.
  • Button art, here's the great example.
  • Create a stop motion animation with playdough.
  • Create airplanes from paper and then make a tournament which plane flies the best.
  • Learn origami. All you need is paper and instructions which can be found online. Make cranes for your loved ones.
  • Learn beading.
  • Learn a magic trick.
  • Make a (glossy) journal. Take a few pages (staple, fold, compile into binder). Ask kids to design covers; give daily prompts to draw or write.
  • Buy a big piece of construction paper and let them draw roads to drive their toy cars on.
  • Design a new animal, machine or whatever which doesn't exist and then build it from lego (work for animals, geography, body systems, historical events/time periods, etc).
  • Draw a picture and then come up with a story related to the picture. If you do this several times, it could become a book.
  • Draw/print a maze on a piece of paper and have the sibling solve it.
  • Make a collage with what you have on hands
  • Make a paper plate tambourine.
  • Make a pretend garden by planting paper flowers in rice.
  • Make a telephone with two cups and string.
  • Make a town out of cereal boxes.
  • Make bracelets or necklaces (buy beads and string).
  • Make cardboard binoculars with a paper towel roll cut in half and some tape.
  • Make comic books. Here's printable blank comics pages.
  • Make paper ninja stars.
  • Make friendship bracelets.
  • Sew something using stuff you have on hand. Here you can find lots of free sewing patterns and tips to learn to sew!
  • Teach them to knit or crochet (buy yarn and a crochet hook or knitting needles). You can find ideas and beginner patterns at or
  • Teach them to weave paper.
  • Book binding. You can combine it with writing a story then in a created book.
  • Kool-Aid playdough.
  • Make paper snowflakes (wax paper and round coffee filters work well).
  • Make an ABC book.
  • Paint penne style pasta and then put a thread through them to create beautiful pasta jewlery.
  • Make Tie Dye Clothing.
  • Practice cutting with scissors.
  • Scrapbooking and making cards.
  • Sculpt something with air dry clay.
  • Soap sculpting.
  • Tearing paper and glueing.
  • Felt crafts (explore Pinterest for ideas).
  • Make a hand soap.
  • Make a calm down jar with a plastic Voss bottle.
  • Make leaf rubbings.
  • Make a stuffed animal. PuppetMaster may help.
  • Make glow stick balloons.
  • Make your own potato stamps.
  • Make slime.
  • PeacefulPlayBox - box full of independent, creative activities for kids ages 3-7.
Stuck at home
  • Declutter toys.
  • Sock Sorting. Do laundry with lots of socks and then sort all of them.
  • Sorting objects in sight by shape and color.
  • Rotate their toys.
  • Wash your hands procedure. Teach your kids how to wash their hands properly and put a checkmark list with time slots to sign off when they washed hands.
  • Learn kids to meditate. Take deep breaths, in through your nose and out through your mouth. Next in Mind - Meditation and mind tools for kids and parents to reduce anxiety and create healthy mental habits.
  • Kids Yoga. There are kid-friendly YouTube videos and printed cards with poses. Here are some Kid Yoga Videos.
  • Kid-friendly workouts (choose from Strength for Kids, Agility for Kids, Flexibility and Balance for Kids, Warm-Up for Kids, Cooldown for Kids, Stand Up and Move for Kids, OR create your own custom kid workout).
  • Watch The Body Coach Joe Wicks 5 minute kids workouts on Youtube.
  • Do all the things with Busytoddler.
Chapter 3

WFH doesn't mean you can't get outside. These are some outdoor activities.

This chapter is not for everyone. Few people live in their private homes, and some of us are forced to stay at home these days.

But if you're among lucky ones, here's the list of outdoor activities with kids.

Enjoy the fresh air and have fun together.
Races of various kinds in the backyard (hopping on one foot, crabwalk, walking backward, etc).
Learn the parts of plants/flowers & how they function (bonus if they learn the Latin names).
Have the kids help with yard work in between playing games outside, plant some seeds.
Clean up flower beds for spring in a garden. Have a contest to see who can collect the most fallen pine cones or sticks or whatever has accumulated in your yard over the winter.
Bust out your hiking gear and try new hiking paths. As long as you stay away from overpopulated areas you will naturally stay a safe distance from others.
Play sidewalk chalks outside.
Mow the lawn.
Get binoculars and learn about the birds near your house, look them up on google and search for their birdcalls on YouTube.
Build fairy houses in the backyard.
Go ride a bike! Get outside and take in the fresh air and sunshine.
Make words out of twigs/sticks.
Playing by the ocean.
Play volleyball with balloons.
Let them "paint the fence" with washable paints outside.
Let kids put on swimsuits and get out their beach towels and have a pretend beach party on rainy or snowy days, complete with Beach Boys music.
Picnic time. Have a family picnic indoors, on the balcony or in the garden.
Wash and clean a family car.
Jump on the trampoline.
Jump the rope.
Learn native plant species around your home and neighbourhood.
Create a water bin.
Plant garlic or a potato from your pantry.
Make a little fairy garden.
Try backyard camping with a real tent.
Make a bird feeder and hang it in the backyard.
Mix up this recipe then make some giant bubbles.
Go on a bug hunt and count them. Nature Detectives may help.
Play hopscotch.
Blow a ton of bubbles, using a bubble machine.
Press flowers and leaves, you can speed up the process with this microwave press.
Make crayon drip art with a hairdryer.
Play hide & seek.
Chapter 4
Read & Write
Courses & Studies
Music & Arts
Watch & Listen
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Adventure 2 Learning is a video-centered education platform that's used in >25,000 elementary schools, providing core curriculum and emerging subjects (e.g., MIndfulness, online behavior) in a way that's fun & exciting for today's learners.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, ESL, Foreign Language, Physical Education, Early Childhood, Special Education, STEM; Preschool - 8th.
You'll love seeing your kids develop their reasoning skills – they'll love solving puzzles, exploring a beautiful 3D playground and having fun with The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
  • Early Childhood.
Professionally designed with toddlers and pre-schoolers in mind, Farm 123 pays special attention to learning reinforcement through the introduction of gently progressive games that help your child cement their grasp of the numbers 1 to 10 and the core concept of sorting.
  • Math, Early Childhood.
AYM's multimodal learning activities provide an invaluable kickstart to your child's education. Help your child to unlock their full potential today!
  • Math, Reading, Early Childhood, Special Education, Cognitive Learning.
Khan Academy Kids is a free, award-winning online education program for children ages 2 - 7. Our mobile app engages kids in core subjects like early literacy, reading, writing, language, and math, while encouraging creativity and building social-emotional skills.
With a focus on reading, numbers, and skill games, these free educational games are fun for kids and a great way to learn new things.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Early Childhood; Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Big Life Journal provides engaging resources that help kids develop a growth and resilient mindset so they can face life's challenges with confidence.
  • Counseling, Growth Mindset; Resilience; Social Emotional Development; Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Learn computer programming skills — fun and free.
Build problem solving skills in math, science, and computer science with fun and challenging interactive explorations.
  • Math, Science, STEM, Computer Science, Programming; 6th - 8th, High School, Higher Education, Professionals.
Free online STEM career scavenger hunt, tons of helpful articles and tips to find your future STEM career, today!
  • Science, STEM, career exploration; 6th - 8th, High School.
K-12 Health and Physical Education courses. Health and PE courses online for a variety of grade levels.
Engaging K-12 curriculum for math, science, social studies, and language arts
  • Math, Science, Social Studies, Special Education, STEM;
Scholastic learn at home activities and readings by grade level.
The CLEAN collection contains 700+ free, online, peer-reviewed, NGSS aligned, and ready-to-use educational resources for teaching about climate and energy including activities, lab demonstrations, visualizations, and videos which are easily searchable through various search features and tags.
  • Science, STEM; Grades ~3rd-higher education.
Colosky's math academy offers pre-recorded and live math classes from 5th grade math through trigonometry and college algebra.
Rubin is a leading provider of online training for business communication skills for K-12 and higher ed. We provide hands-on exercises for email etiquette, phone etiquette, networking, interpersonal skills and much more.
  • Writing, ESL, Career and Technical Education; 6th through higher ed.
Access Kids Discover's award-winning library of science and social studies material on any device, at any time, for one low price.
Codesters is offering free, 30 day unlimited use of our Python learn-to-code platform to any school that is planning for a temporary closure.
Complete Video lesson for Middle School Science - Video, worksheet, review and Quiz
  • Science, Special Education; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
A game-based learning platform that promotes creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving in an immersive digital environment.
EduMotion is offering SEL Journeys Learn@Home lessons, geared to K-5 students. Each lesson explores an SEL theme and then guides students on a global dance journey.
  • Social Studies, Fine Arts, Physical Education, SEL; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
GameSalad teaches STEM and STEAM with a game design focus. Students learn programming concepts and computer science through project-based lessons, building their own video games on a syntax-free visual programming interface.
3-4 Weeks of life science/biology student-led lessons with parents guide and answer key
  • $20 lesson is free with coupon NERDHELP at checkout;
  • Science; 6th - 8th, High School.
FREE unplugged or online activity sets for students to learn computer science fundamentals!
  • Science, STEM, Computer Science; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Providing knowledge-building resources and daily instructional videos for science (Grades 3–5).
  • Science; 3rd - 5th.
Use Pixton EDU for grades 3-12 to create stories and demonstrate learning in any subject through digital comics. Users can explore topics in Math, Science, Social Studies, History, English, Art or any other subject.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, ESL, Foreign Language, Physical Education;
Social Studies School Service is a publisher and distributor of high-quality educational materials. We offer a wide range of products, from full curricula to supplementary resources.
  • Social Studies; Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Happy Numbers is here to work with you to ensure the uninterrupted education of PK-5 students. We'll help you deliver quality math instruction and monitor progress and math growth.
We use AI technology in our online worksheets to understand each child's learning process, and then our expert tutors craft a personalized learning plan and hold weekly live one-on-one online tutoring sessions with each student.
  • Math; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
HippoCampus - Homework and Study Help - Free help with your algebra, biology, environmental science, American government, US history, physics and religion homework.
Cignition is providing all families free access to our game-based math program, FogStone Isle, a free 1-on-1 online tutoring session with a certified math teacher, and a deeply discounted month of at-home online math tutoring and support.
  • Math, STEM, Intervention Resources, Online Math Tutoring; 3rd through 6th grade (FogStone Isle); 3rd through 12th grade online tutoring.
Subjects explored by National Geographic for kids. Articles and videos that explore subjects in science and culture around the world.
  • Science; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
3 Weeks of Lessons including Earth, Life, and Physical Sciences. Free.
Over 6000 premium activites for JK-Grade 6 kids and teachers. All Activities are FREE
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, ESL, Early Childhood, Plus kids Activities; Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
K-8 complete curriculum in Math, Science, Communications, Culture (world geography & history). Lessons are interactive; some are bilingual.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, ESL, STEM; PK-8th.
Critical Thinking resources for K-6 students. Free downloadable lesson plans, parent/teacher resources, and activities, all in support of critical thinking.
  • Thinking Skills; 3rd - 5th.
Mathseeds is a foundational math learning solution for ages 3-9 which includes fun engaging content, placement test, interactive activities and printable worksheets.
  • Math; Early Childhood, K - 2nd.
Interactive science simulations for Chemistry. 3 free lessons including a maker space / lab for building atoms.
MentalUP has games that boost memory, attention, focusing, analytical thinking, visual intelligence and a lot more to support the development of cognitive skills for children between 4-13 years old.
  • Brain Exercises and Mind Games; 4-13 years old.
Montessori "coding" for kids ages 3+, with DIY assembly and a storybook library series: Learn With Mochi.
Free learning platform for school groups with over 200 STEM, CS, and technology design activities and courses. Courses cover circuitry, game design, web literacy, coding, green technology, and more.
  • Science, STEM; 6th - 8th.
Economics isn't always taught at the K‑12 level, but the dynamic, self‐paced introductory economics courses offered for free through MRU are likely to pique your older child's interest.
Muzology harnesses the power of music to teach critical pre-algebra skills, procedures, and algorithms using multi-modality music videos created by learning experts and hit songwriters.
  • Math; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
Mystery Science is offering free memberships for up to one year, with engaging lessons in a variety of science‐related areas, including timely topics such as, "How do germs get inside your body?" Video lessons are complemented by hands‐on experiments and downloadable activities.
The Canadian Olympic School Program offers over 100 free online education resources that promote safer and more inclusive environments, inspires the application of the Olympic values, and engages youth in adopting and maintaining healthy active lifestyles.
  • Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Physical Education; High School.
PebbleGo is a curricular content hub specifically designed for K-3 students. Packed with informational articles, ready-made activities, and literacy supports for students of all abilities, it boosts engagement and fosters independent learning in core subject areas.
Teach kids python. Penjee was made to help kids transition from block coding to their first programming language-Python. It offers virtual classroom so teachers follow student progress and provide feedback along the way.
  • STEM; High School.
K-1 (Year 1 & 2) FREE Maths Home Learning Packs and editable PowerPoint presentations
  • Math; K - 2nd.
Streaming interactivity with world-class scientists responsible for everything from training astronauts in the world's only underwater saturation laboratory to developing robots that interact with us as equals and engineers who create tech to use on Mars.
  • Science, STEM; 6th - 8th, High School, middle schoolers to early high school years.
Free films and lesson plans to teach the social model of disability, including equity, accessibility, empathy, and more. Free films and lesson plans (available in English and French)
  • Equity/disability/accessibility/empathy.
Respectful Ways is a PreK-12 digital curriculum offering 300 FREE online activities that teach children social skills and emotional intelligence.
  • Social-Emotional Learning.
An online learning platform with 32 STE(A)M courses that come with lesson plans, instructions, online materials, quizzes, worksheets, and more.
  • Please visit the link, and shoot an email to so that we can manually provide the content to you for free.
Smithsonian Institution Kids: Fun Stuff for Kids and Teens.
Lots of free (and some paid) printables and resources for homeschooling through to upper elementary as well as simple living and wellness resources.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Early Childhood; Early childhood, K-2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Online STE(A)M Club.
Free narratives that build math into fascinating places around the world. This is a resource for teachers and parents to create fun, engaging math activities.
The social and emotional learning lessons within Classroom Champions' SEL Foundations Curriculum underscore the value of dreams, grit, and perseverance, especially during hard times.
  • Social and emotional learning (SEL); K-8.
The lesson plan collections and resources at help teachers engage students by connecting the history of popular music to classroom work across the disciplines. From social studies and language arts to geography, media studies, science, general music.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, ESL, STEM, Intervention Resources, Music; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School, Higher Education.
Yale University Child Lab offers studies for kids in the form of various activities.
Creative art and craft activities for the very youngest.
The NextWave STEM experience sparks inspiration and curiosity in students as they explore emerging technologies through hands-on learning that integrates STEM into the traditional K—12 classroom.
  • STEM; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Toy Theater is a collection of interactive educational games for your elementary classroom. It also has virtual math manipulatives, including money from the USA, UK, Australia, EU, Canada, and New Zealand.
  • Math, Reading; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Character education lesson plans & activities for families.
  • Social Emotional Learning; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Our Remote Learning Series features entrepreneurship activities and videos for students led by VentureLab educators.
  • STEM, Entrepreneurship; 6th - 8th, High School.
Fun geography gaming.
The ABC Database Suite is a group of six sites each covering a specific topic area and contains engaging, entertaining, and highly relevant content with thousands of photographs, videos, maps, historic timelines, biographies, and much more.
  • Social Studies, Foreign Language; 6th - 8th, High School.
Accessibyte Online is offering free access to its entire cloud platform of apps for blind, low vision, deaf and reading impaired students. Highly visual and fully audible typing tutor, games, flash cards and study apps.
Amazing resources for history teachers by the British educator Russell Tarr including interactive simulations, quizzes, games that can easily be used for online learning.
Texts (and videos!) for ELA, Science, and Social Studies with scaffolds and higher-order questions.
Adventure Academy is an educational product that combines an Elementary School curriculum with an interactive 3D world.
Age of Learning blends education best practices, innovative technology, and insightful creativity to bring learning to life for children across the U.S. and around the world.
Albert is an online learning platform that supplements all 5-12 general content subjects including AP, SAT, ACT, ELA, math, and NGSS. Over 90,000 practice questions with corresponding explanations.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, STEM, Intervention Resources; 6th - 8th, High School.
The Mechanisms app allows students to learn and practice reaction mechanisms by moving and manipulating individual bonds and electrons. Instructors can assign specific puzzle problems through the Epiphany Dashboard.
We offer FREE educational resources, worksheets, writing prompts, themed coloring pages, craft and snack ideas for parents, teachers & caregivers.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, ESL, Early Childhood, Special Education; K - 2nd.
Better Chinese is a leading publisher of Mandarin curricula for students from pre-kindergarten to college. Better Chinese materials have been officially adopted by nine states in the United States and are used in 1400+ schools worldwide.
Sustainable science and green chemistry resources from Beyond Benign and partners. All links are open access.
  • Science; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School, Higher Education.
Classical-model resources for teaching God's Word.
  • Four free weeks of materials
Boddle is a math platform for 1-6th grade that makes learning fun and personalized. Teachers are able to track student progress remotely and quickly identify learning gaps.
  • Math; 1st - 6th; free.
Lessons, videos, adaptive software. Free access to lessons, teaching videos and MATHia - AI-based, adaptive software.
  • Math; 6th - 8th, High School.
Educators and parents of elementary and middle school students can download free instructional materials from our Building Blocks of Science™ 3D, Innovators in Science, and Smithsonian Programs.
  • Science, STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
CILC and our wonderful content providers have come together to provide core curriculum every day of the week for homebound students in grades K-6th.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
Are you looking for online activities for self-paced learning? Codecraftworks is perfect for home-school CS learning and provides a great way to integrate CS into your #coronavirus planning.
Computer science curriculum for k-12.
  • STEM, Computer Science; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
CompuScholar publishes online computer science and digital literacy courses aligned to state standards. Students can learn Java, C#, Python, HTML and more through a comprehensive online learning platform. offers "math for ages 13-100" -- explanations that are easy to grasp on topics like algebra, pre-calculus and more.
For our 12 and under users, Coolmath4Kids is an amusement park of games, lessons and more, designed to teach math and make it FUN.
Technovation Families engineering activities.
Augmented Reality Lessons & Products with specific focus on human body and space.
  • Science, STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Range of free videos and teaching resources, particularly focused around Iceland, tectonics and sustainability.
Discovery Mindblown is a source of educational video content to help kids learn about different science topics. The site also provides interactive games and links to mobile science apps for kids.
  • Science; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
We have a wide range of educational games available which help all kinds of pupils to discover, nurture, train, shape and sharpen their young imaginative minds.
  • Early Childhood, Special Education; K - 2nd.
Elementari is an online platform to write, code, and share interactive stories using professional illustrations and sounds.
eSpark Learning - Offering free accounts for teachers and parents, eSpark provides online instruction and practice materials for both reading and math.
Everyday Earth is an interactive video earth science based curriculum supplement. Free.
Kendall Hunt provides customized curriculum to meet the specific needs of students and teachers. Our math, science, social studies, and gifted programs are available to grades K-12.
  • Math, Science, Social Studies, Gifted and Talented; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Freckle by Renaissance helps K-12 teachers differentiate instruction to reach every student at their own level across Math, ELA, Social Studies and Science.
Browse 30 days of activities featuring history, writing, science & more! Watch kid-friendly videos, read free adventure books, and apply knowledge to creative and fun activities!
  • Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Generation Genius is a science teaching resource that brings school science standards to life through fun and educational videos paired with lesson plans, activities, quizzes, reading material, discussion questions and more.
  • Science, STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
History lessons for all ages using Google Maps; Fun quizzes, hours of videos and hundreds of web links. GHM, making history come to life online.
  • Social Studies; 6th - 8th, High School.
Montessori style educational kits complete with lesson plans and printable materials.
  • Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Early Childhood, STEM; Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
stemCONNECT offers a free video library of recorded presentations led by Florida-based experts who talk about the applications of STEM in various high-tech careers.
  • Math, Science, STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
For over 50 years, teachers and administrators have relied on hand2mind's high-quality, hands-on materials to expand their core curriculum in math, science, STEM, and literacy.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, STEM; K-8.
FREE resources (downloadable books, mazes, word searches, and more) from Heifer International's school programs -- with topics in social studies (geography, economics), science, language arts.
  • Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies;
Free online lessons for grades K-12 in math, science, ELA, and social studies
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies; Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
A Database of NGSS Assessments, free until August.
  • Science, STEM; 6th - 8th, High School.
These lessons are great ways for kids in grades 3 -8 to be introduced to and practice 3D modeling, coding, and hand fabrication. All projects have opportunities to learn skills and customize the final product.
Online Intervention and Instruction for Reading, Math, and Spanish Pk-8th grade with scripted resources for parent
  • Math, Reading, Writing, ESL, Early Childhood; Pk-8th grade
We offer FREE, high-quality educational materials to educators: teachers, homeschoolers, parents, grandparents, scout troop leaders – to anyone interested in learning/teaching!
Extensive digital library featuring hundreds of award-winning online and hands-on STEM activities for K-12 students. Multidisciplinary approach integrates reading and writing skills into every lesson as well.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Special Education, STEM;
Proven, standards-aligned, music-based K-5 reading instruction, available for teacher-managed remote learning RIGHT NOW.
  • Reading, Early Childhood, Special Education, Intervention Resources; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
STEM Challenges from Maker Maven - Feature items that can easily be sourced around the home.
  • Math, Science, Early Childhood, STEM, Design Thinking.
Makers Empire is an Australian EdTech Company helping K-8 educators harness the power of 3D technology to teach STEM, Design Thinking and Project-Based Learning. Makers Empire makes the world's easiest to use 3D design software, Makers Empire 3D, which is the cornerstone of our solutions for elementary, primary and middle schools.
Mathletics is a K-8 math learning resource that offers fun online learning activities and printable learning worksheets.
  • Math; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Math Playground provides hundreds of math games, logic puzzles and educational resources.All math games and resources are free through the end of June 2020.
  • Math; K - 6th.
At home learning: Lesson Plans, Games, Resources. Collection of resources for K-12
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Special Education, STEM. K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Free home learning packs for ages 3-11. Low print topic and project ideas and more!
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Early Childhood.
NASA Kids' Club provides a plethora of space focused games, videos, images and activities to introduce and help kids learn about the world of space.
  • Science; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
The Learning Network publishes about 1,000 teaching resources each school year, all based on using Times content — articles, essays, images, videos, graphics and podcasts — as teaching tools across subject areas.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, ESL, Special Education, STEM;
Oxford Owl is packed with expert advice, tips and activities to help parents support their child's education. Help your child with reading, phonics and maths.
Pactful teaches teenagers how to become social good innovators in order to help build a better world. Starting at the Innovator's Guide, students are introduced to the innovator's mindset, the 17 UN Global Goals (or SDGs), and design thinking.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, STEM, Design Thinking; 6th - 8th, High School.
Photomath is a phone/tablet app that helps take the anxiety of helping your children with their mathwork. Take a picture of the math problem and it walks you through all the steps of how to solve the math problem and gives you the answer.
Collisions is a system of digital games, grounded in the rules of chemistry, that can be used to introduce, teach, and review key concepts in chemistry.
Prodigy is a free, online math program that uses a fun video game‐style interface to engage learners. Users create their characters and conquer challenges while doing math along the way, tied to their skill level and aligned with core competencies.
Readorium's award-winning reading in science program teaches grade 3-8 students the nonfiction strategies needed to understand standards-aligned science text. Interactive science books are written at 10-12 levels, with video mentor guides.
  • Reading, Science, Intervention Resources; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
STEM projects (ages 9-10).
Easy arts and crafts for little ones.
Adaptive and individualized for grades 2-6, Reflex is the most effective system for mastering basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Science4Us covers Inquiry, Physical Science, Life Science and Earth & Space Science with lessons specifically designed for K-2 students.
A free online science magazine aimed at kids ages 9-14.
  • Reading, Science, STEM, Current events; 6th - 8th.
Stories and music that help families get along, support happiness and mental health, and enhance empathy and compassion.
  • Reading, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Early Childhood, Counseling; Early Childhood, K - 2nd.
We are a print and digital STEM magazine for ages 9+. Smore is available to children through schools and libraries all over the world.
This site provides ELA, Math, Science and other areas of study for kinder through 6th grade.
TCM is providing over 400 free resources for daily activities for at home learning and we aren't stopping.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, ESL, Foreign Language, Early Childhood, Special Education, STEM, Intervention Resources; Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
Math program for grades 3-12.
Teachoo provides free Maths and Science resources from Students of Class 6 to 12
  • Math, Science; 6th - 8th, High School, Higher Education.
GIANT STEAM Home Experiences which are 30 day programs combining hands-on creative projects with online live mentoring.
Silicon Valley's favorite science center has compiled their favorite STEM, maker, and design challenge activities into one place for teachers and parents.
  • STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School.
All kinds of making.
Raspberry pi projects
STEM Content that is App-Based (doesn't need constant internet)
  • Math, Science; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Mathematica Online brings the world's ultimate computation system to the modern cloud environment. Use the power of Mathematica interactive notebooks to work directly in your web browser.
  • Math, Science, STEM; 6th - 8th, High School, Higher Education.
TouchMath has been helping students conquer math for over 40 years using the concrete-representational-abstract methodology.
  • Math, Special Education, Intervention Resources; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
PlayForward provides teens the opportunity to acquire and practice skills for risk reduction and overall health promotion. It uses character development and social and emotional learning to impact health outcomes in adolescents.
  • Health education: risk reduction and prevention; Ages 10-15.
Interactive math learning website for Grades K-5.
  • Math; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Infiniscope offers high-quality adaptive digital learning experiences. Each experience comes with a full 5E lesson plan and NGSS alignment documents.Create an account and enroll your students to save and track progress, view responses to embedded assessments, and identify learning gaps.
  • Science, STEM
Let's Talk Science offers a variety of online resources for children and youth of all ages free of cost.
  • Math, Reading, Science, Early Childhood, STEM, Careers;
Build mobile apps with your students!
  • STEM; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
K-5 (4 - 11 year olds) arithmetic fluency intervention program, web game and app.
  • Math; K - 5th.
Mathspace is the world's first adaptive math program for grades 3-12 that gives students feedback at every step of their work. Also includes full etextbook aligned to state and common core standards and instructional videos and reporting tools.
Free video-based creative writing and film studies courses with LMS tracking students' progress and quiz results. Email for free LMS access.
Online lesson platform specializing in math lessons that are interactive, story-based, and focused on effectiveness.
  • Math, STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
Free, no account required, creative STEM, CS and technology activities for students in grades 5-12 learning from home.
  • Science, STEM; 6th - 8th.
An free online STE(A)M club for kids!
Third Space Learning are specialists in teaching maths to young children, providing interventions and resources for 5 to 11 year olds (KS1 and KS2, 1st Grade to 6th Grade). Follow the link for hundreds of free maths resources for parents and guidance on supporting with maths at home.
  • Math, Intervention Resources; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
Authentic, real-world math and science activities and lessons for students.
  • Math, Science, STEM; 6th - 8th, High School.
Online Education Learning App (Ages 2-8) - 2,000 Activities, Preschool Learning Path, Playzone
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Foreign Language, Early Childhood; K - 2nd.
Bedtime Math is a national nonprofit that ignites kids' curiosity and learning by unleashing the fun in math. It offers playful online math problems for parents to do with their kids every day, as well as lively hands-on games.
  • Math; K-5.
Award winning K-8 online math program that looks at how a student is solving problems to adjust accordingly and build a unique learning path for them. is a science education website with more than 6,000 pages of illustrated Life Science, Earth Science, Physical Science, Biology, Anatomy, Ecology resources for K-12. Subscribers can access science content, activities, investigations, posters, diagrams, worksheets, testing and Next Generation Science Standard integration.
HMH is a global leader in Pre K-12 educational content and services, combining digital innovation and research to make learning more engaging and effective.
inquirED has created Together When Apart- a free inquiry-based distance learning curriculum. Together When Apart includes weekly interdisciplinary inquiries that explore the question: How can we stay together when we're apart?
  • Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies;K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Joy Sun Bear promotes learning about the world's diverse cultures through free stories, crafts, recipes, coloring and activity sheets, games and more! Our goal is to empower, encourage and educate children to be positive global citizens.
  • Reading, Writing, Social Studies, Global Education, Geography, Social-Emotional Learning; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Kinedu unleashes early childhood development at scale by fostering quality learning experiences at home, at school and everywhere in between. Kinedu provides nurturing games and learning experiences for their babies.
Legends of Learning offers 2,000 3rd through 8th-grade math and science games and simulations correlated to state standards. Teachers create playlists of games based on standards and students work through completing each one, while the teacher receives real-time data from each student.
  • Math, Science, Special Education, Intervention Resources; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
A K12 entrepreneurship platform designed to teach 10 - 16 year old students the fundamentals of entrepreneurial thinking and doing.
  • Science, STEM; For 10 to 16 year olds.
Match Fishtank offers free K-12 instructional materials in math and English Language Arts. The site offers full courses of instructional content for each grade level comprised of daily lessons plans, problem sets, homework, assessments, writing prompts.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies;
Adaptive math practice through customized games. Specific versions for the SAT, ACT, ISEE, SSAT and school enrichment grades 4 - 11. Created by NYC tutor with 17+ years experience and two former Google engineers with 10+ software engineering experience.
  • Math; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School, SAT, ACT.
Award-winning Mosa Mack Science provides animated mysteries, live video phenomena, labs and engineering challenges.
  • Science; 6th - 8th.
MathLight provides video lessons with guided notes for all pre-algebra & Algebra 1 topics – perfect for distance learning.
  • Math; 6th - 8th.
British Primary School curriculum support and resources for parents and carers.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Early Childhood.
Poptropica is an educational game for kids ages 6-12, created by Jeff Kinney, the best-selling author of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. In Poptropica, kids go on educational adventures where they need to problem solve and build persistence to solve a challenge.
Chess Lessons.
Virtual science labs for grades 3-12. 90 day free access to all virtual science labs.
  • Science, STEM; 3-12;
SplashLearn is a curriculum-aligned learning program that covers kindergarten to grade 5 math skills through engaging games.
  • Math, Reading; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
STEM Sports provides turnkey K-8 supplemental curriculum that uses sports as the real-life application to drive STEM-based, hands-on learning in classrooms, after-school programs and camps.
  • Math, Science, Physical Education, STEM; 3rd - 5th.
Take the Stage is a series of interactive videos and lesson plans that teach core academics through singing, dancing, acting, and visual art!
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Teachley's award-winning K-5 math apps with data reporting.
  • Math; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th. is a hub for kids to be inspired with a blend of robotics, creativity, technology, and invention. is the US distributor for the Thymio educational robot and contains student projects created with the TechyKids Learning System.
  • Science, STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th.
CID-Central Institute for the Deaf offers free resources for educators supporting deaf students from birth to age 12. The CID website provides free online course topics, free downloadable materials, blog topics and Quick Tip videos, all in service of supporting the work you do with your students with hearing loss.
  • Special Education; Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Explore over 7,000 free videos in 13 subject areas.You can create a free account and create customized playlists too. Free.
12-Story Library has opened up access to our full library of ebooks, each of which are paired with a unique resource web page with content updates, live news feeds, videos, image galleries, and lesson plans.
  • 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
ARC Bookshelf is a mobile application available on iOS, Android and viewable on the web, providing American Reading at Home titles specially designed for successful reading practice.
  • ALL
Amicus is offering all friends access to our entire ebook library now through May 31. Promoting the wonder, diversity, and the challenges of the modern world, Amicus books for grades preK to 6 beg to be read—for learning, for pleasure, for raising the next generation of readers and thinkers.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Now, kids of all ages can stream hundreds of free audiobooks across 6 different languages. Totally free. No sign-ups. No personal information required. No strings attached.
  • ALL
Get kids outside recording signs of spring!
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th
5,390+ robust, original stories based on primary sources and presented in various media formats: written, dramatized narrations, videos, images, maps, and more!
  • ALL
English, Spanish, and Dual Language libraries featuring hundreds of captivating, content-rich titles! Includes an At-Home Family Guide for engagement ideas.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
BFW is the premier Advanced Placement publisher. 90 days free ebook to any BFW title - online and offline access (no internet required after download)
  • High School
Thousands of simultaneous access e-books and resources, available to everyone in Illinois all the time.
Black Rabbit Books is opening up its eBook Library to anyone who needs it now through May 31. Our books, both hardcopy and digital, meet readers where they are and provide content-rich materials in a fun, engaging, and maybe a little mischievous packaging.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th
Complete this form to request free access to both PebbleGo and Capstone Interactive eBooks while your school is closed.
  • 3rd - 5th
Cengage Unlimited is an unlimited-use subscription for ebooks, online homework access codes and study guides. Students get access to more than 22,000 products, college success and career support.
  • Higher Education
CommonLit is a nonprofit edtech company with an online library of over 1,500 authentic reading passages, text sets, units, and digital learning tools.
Inspirational poems and stories for children.
  • ALL
Funbrain is free (ad-supported). We offer full texts of popular books including the Harry Moon Series(in English and Spanish) and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. We're also well known for simple edu games.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Goodnight Mo is a magically sleepy and comforting bedtime book. As night falls and the moon rises, a cute little monster gets ready for bed. Beautiful imagery, gently rhyming narration, and soothing music make Mo's bedtime routine the perfect way to wind down before going to sleep.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd
HOMER Reading is an early learning program for ages 2-8 that is personalized to your child's interests to help them fall in love with reading. And with stories and activities customized to each child's interests, they'll learn while having fun.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd
Just Right Reader sends PreK - 2nd graders books only found in schools and at children's Just Right reading level every month. Families read and reread, send them back, and get more. Our boxes make reading fun and personalized.
  • We are giving families a free month to keep kids reading during the school closures. Use the code LOVE2READ
KOBI is new child-friendly app that supports decoding with the use of colored letters and other tools. Made to boost a child's self-confidence and motivation.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th
Headsprout is an adaptive, online reading program that is easy to implement, fun to use, and proven to help children become capable and confident readers.
  • PreK-6
Raz-Kids is an award-winning digital library of leveled eBooks and eQuizzes that students use to practice reading in school, at home, or on the go. Raz-Kids makes it easy for teachers to differentiate reading practice and monitor student progress online.
  • K - 2nd
Letterland (Phonics/Early Years Literacy) are making digital resources available for use at home whilst schools are closed.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd
K-12 Literacy and Reading platform including 6,000 books in English and Spanish.
  • K-12.
Madeleine Editions presents beautiful, immersive story experiences for modern families. Their mission is to help children ages 3~8 cultivate an ear for languages and a taste for the creative arts.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd
Finally a game that makes spelling fun! Magic Spell is a carefully crafted spelling adventure. If you are a child, parent or school, there is a Magic Spell app to suit your needs. Wands, wizards and wondrous worlds...come and join the fun!
Free English Learning Online games, mobile apps and printable Board games and worksheets. All ages
  • ALL
Mindful Poetry Moments is a free program that offers a chance to pause and reflect on poetry's ability to encounter ourselves, the world, and the mystery of each other.
News-O-Matic is a daily newspaper for kids. It provides an engaging nonfiction experience for children, complete with valuable literacy tools for the classroom.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Sora is a K-12 student reading app through which students and educators can access ebooks and audiobooks from OverDrive Education's extensive catalog of digital titles for schools.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School
Perlego is an online learning library offering unlimited access to over 300,000 academic and non-fiction books.
  • Higher Education
Phonics Hero teaches school-aged children to read and spell with systematic phonics. Using a step-by-step approach, the 850 games teach children the 44 sounds, the reading and spelling of words, and how to conquer sentences.
  • K - 2nd
Writing lesson sorted! Free daily, age specific writing lessons. No planning needed, accessible by parents and pupils with a single link click.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Pobble 365 is a free, daily writing resource, used by over 20,000 teachers each day.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Lessons designed to highlight the ELA/literacy Shifts and expectations of college- and career-ready standards.
  • K - 2nd
Read Naturally Live is a web-based intervention that applies the research-based Read Naturally Strategy to accelerate reading achievement. Visual and auditory prompts guide students through the motivating steps to develop fluency and phonics skills, support comprehension, and improve vocabulary.
  • 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Keep students learning during school closures. Splat-O-Nym makes learning words FUN! Students independently play games that include over 7,000 synonym questions, 1,000 antonym questions, and 600 meaning-from-context questions.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Read to Lead is a digital literacy learning game, where students are empowered to be the boss while reading their way through a virtual internship. It is a fun, engaging, and relevant way to blast through traditional reading barriers and promote workplace readiness and skill building.
  • 6th - 8th, High School
ReadAskChat is a highly curated, beautifully illustrated digital library that provides parents, caregivers, and teachers of children six months to four years with all the guidance they need to lay a strong foundation for reading and love of learning.
  • Early Childhood
This is one of my favorite supplemental reading programs! It helps children become stronger readers and boosts comprehension. I've used this with many struggling readers that I've tutored over the years and have had excellent results each time.
ReadWorks is an online resource of reading passages and lesson plans for students of all levels K-12. The company was founded with the goal of improving reading comprehension by bringing the latest in literacy teaching research into the classroom.
Free adaptive reading comprehension learning platform
  • ALL
Ready4K is a text-message delivered whole child curriculum for caregivers of 0-9 year olds.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th
Gamified spelling education for elementary students. Ideal for independent practice at home (with a dashboard to view student progress).
  • 3rd - 5th
Reading Assistant Plus helps K-12 student of all levels practice independent reading and develop vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension skills.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School
Sir linkalot is an award-winning app to help children commit to memory hundreds of common exception words from 'they' and 'was' up to 'accommodation' and 'onomatopoeia' using short animations, along with silly music and Sir Linkalot's quirky voiceovers.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School
Snapplify offers a library of 50 000+ free e-books. Teachers can sign up for free and also claim exclusive teacher benefits. Excellent to send free e-books to your kids and get them to read while they are at home!
K-5 (4 - 11 year old) vocabulary and spelling intervention web game, app and scheme
  • K - 5th
Students, families, and teachers have complete access to the TeachingBooks suite of materials, all redesigned for this unprecedented time. Awaiting you are 172,000+ videos, audio recordings, activities, and lessons to enrich your community's virtual learning.
  • ALL
14 different databases covering PK-12 including over 2,000 eBooks
  • ALL
Writable powers virtual and in-person writing instruction across disciplines. It works with your tech (Google Classroom/LMSs & Docs), includes 600+ assignments (or create your own), guides feedback/peer review, and monitors writing growth to best help personalize learning.
  • K-12
Epic is the leading digital learning playground for kids. With over 40,000 high-quality books, audiobooks and videos from the world's best publishers, Epic reaches more than 20 million kids. No inappropriate content, ads or in-app purchases. Always free for educators.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
A Scholastic Publishing blog that offers free teacher-approved print-outs and activities geared toward kids in PreK through 6th grade. Each activity pairs with a Scholastic Book Clubs book.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, PreK-6
Zinc has a suite of online literacy tools for 6th-12th grade students. They offer differentiated authentic articles, vocabulary games, and close reading instruction. Their Reading Sprints are great for self-paced long-term assignments.
  • Middle and High School, 6th-12th grades
Free books from Book Harvest.
Free Online Spelling Training & Games for Grades 1,2,3,4.
Poetry Writing Prompts.
Storyline Online is a digital library of pictures books read aloud by actors. You can search by title, author, and reader. Each book lists a suggested age/grade level and an activity guide which includes reading comprehension questions to ask your child.
With StoryJumper, any K-12 student can become a Published Author of a hardcover book that is delivered to their home. They'll have a great time showing their classmates their published book when school is back in session!
  • 3rd - 12th grade
The leading digital edition of Shakespeare's plays. Because of its self-study aspect and smart phone implementation, it's particularly useful in an online classroom environment.
  • 6th - 8th, High School
ABDO's entire eBook collection is now available to students to access at home FREE.
Achieve3000 partners with educators to deliver a comprehensive suite of digital solutions that significantly accelerate literacy and deepen learning across the content areas. Our personalized and differentiated solutions provide equity in the classroom, enabling teachers to help all students achieve up to 3x expected growth.
  • K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School
Authorfy brings readers and writers closer together through interactive video masterclasses, fun downloadable activities, and exciting after school club resources. Whether you're a teacher, parent, student, librarian, aspiring author or reluctant writer, there's something on Authorfy for everyone!
  • Ages 5-7, 7-11, 11+.
Teaching to Read with Phonics. CAPIT at HOME is now available to all schools, at no charge, until the end of the school year.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th
Dyslexia Gold teaches children to read. Spelling Tutor teaches all children to spell.
  • K-8th
Build vocabulary knowledge through synonym awareness. Kids and adults can match words and synonyms. For each correct answer 10 grains of rice are added to your "bowl."
Cross-cultural stories that cover real-world issues.
  • 6th - 8th, High School
A diverse group of parents, educators, librarians, kid lit creators, and award-winning filmmakers working together to create fun new ways to reinforce an appreciation of reading that children will carry with them for the rest of their lives.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th
Entirely free phonics and comprehension program for Kindergarten through 2nd grade students.
  • K - 2nd
Handwriting Heroes is a multisensory handwriting curriculum that teaches children how to form their letters through animations, stories and song.
HAF offers several reading resources centered around Hinduism for K-12 students. Topics include, Holi, Dharma, Hinduism Basics, Yoga, social issues, Gandhi, and many more!
Ms. Valerie teaches Essay Writing the FAST Way to help students quickly write essays with confidence even when under pressure.
Free resources to help you continue children's handwriting, keyboarding, and pre-kindergarten development from a distance.
  • Early Childhood, K-2nd, 3rd-5th
Using the 4 language arts—listening, speaking, reading, and writing—IEW methods have been proven to be effective for students of all ages and levels of ability, including those who are gifted, have special needs, or are English language learners.
  • 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School
Create purposeful writing projects. Home writing challenges and a selection of free literacy projects to download.
Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities.
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Distance learning/practicing for ukulele.
Free month of lessons with coupon code PIANOATHOME.
Online piano/music theory lessons.
Collection of music-based resources and activities facilitating STEM studies.
Learn how to improvise and play Jazz online, for schools and private learning. Over 600 instructional videos and thousands of downloadable PDFs and tracks with one of the leading jazz educators, Willie Thomas.
Online guitar practice tool for teachers to help students learn chords, transitions, and playing songs.
Prodigies is a colorful music curriculum for kids 1-12 that will teach your kids how to play their first instrument, how to sing in tune & how to understand the language of music!
Web-based music learning/practice software, including notation editor.
A simple, web-based tool for collaborative audio creation. Make music and podcasts together.
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Online Art Tech Classes & free delivery of Art supplies & designed products.
Doodles Academy is a free art curriculum that is available virtually. It provides art projects that offer authentic art experiences for students -- every student makes their own artistic decisions and walks away from the project with an artwork unique to them.
We are an award winning fine art training program for students 5 and up.
Seriously Fun teaching and learning for PreK-8 general music teachers and their students.
Kids Art Lessons
Creative courses in Art, Design, Music, Computer Programming Machine Learning and more from he world's leading colleges, universities, and industry partners.
HeidiSongs are sing along songs that teach, and many printable supporting resources.
Learn to draw animals and more during this FREE art challenge, which takes place in a Facebook group with videos and more! There are video tutorials for ages 5 - 18 in the beginner / intermediate skill levels.
Activity Village provides thousands of colouring pages, crafts, puzzles, worksheets and more, for parents and teachers.
Interactive Storytimes, crafts and activities to get your toddler moving!
The challenge → Recreate the pictures using shapes
  • 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
We are working to offer classes digitally for all ages that families can link into. I also have videos on my YouTube channel for kid 2-7 that can be followed along to which enables parents to do some screen time if needed but keeps the kids active, moving, and learning during the screen time.
On line music lessons with Music To Your Home.
GoNoodle engages 14 million kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts.
Interactive videos meant to stimulate creativity and a hands-on activity at home.
  • Fine Arts, STEM; 4th-12th
The benefits of read-alouds are enormous! Literacy experts Wiley Blevins and Eileen Robinson take children on a literary journey through animated reads featuring stories of underrepresented voices. Enjoy with families or as part of your virtual learning instruction.
  • Reading; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th
Betabox is a hands-on STEM learning company providing interactive home activities and school field trips
  • STEM; 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School
YouTube channel providing sound, engaging videos on statistical concepts
  • Math; 6th - 8th, High School, Higher Education.
Academy4SC is a video series on various psychology, rhetoric, logic, reasoning, and economic topics. Each video comes with an explanation of the topic as well as a lesson plan.
  • Social Studies, Psychology, ELA, Sociology; 6th - 8th, High School, Higher Education.
30 brief (2.5 min average), informative videos covering the easiest and most commonly asked concepts on the Algebra 1 Common Core Regents! The entire video series is only 80 minutes in length!
  • Math; 6th - 8th, High School
50 brief (90 sec avg), informative videos covering the easiest and most commonly asked concepts on the Living Environment Regents! The entire course is only 90 minutes in length!
  • Science; 6th - 8th, High School.
This is a free online video series with detailed solutions to more than a thousand publicly-released College Board SAT Math, Subject Test Math Level 1, and Subject Test Math Level 2 problems.
Amazing videos of Science, Art, Health and More!
  • Math, Reading, Science, Fine Arts, Physical Education, Early Childhood, STEM
Daily 1 minute social skills videos.
  • Counseling, Social-Emotional; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School
Kindergarten Singapore Math Videos
  • Math, Reading, Science, Social Studies, STEM; Pre-4th
Mad Science Hands on Experiment Videos
Wide range of cool educational videos.
Dr Erica creates fun and engaging STEM activities to teach elementary aged kids real concepts and theories of science
  • Science, STEM; K - 2nd, 3rd - 5th.
Over 2,800 short curriculum relevant video lectures designed and delivered by top university academics covering English Literature, History, Classics, Psychology, Philosophy, and Government and Politics.
Crash Course Kids.
Early childhood music classes Youtube videos.
Fun Science by the The Fab Lab.
Popfizz Computer Science Videos.
Hands On Science Youtube videos.
Seattle Aquarium videos on Youtube
Teens can watch a movie and chat together
Short educational HD videos by NASA.
See the Saturn 5 Rocket on YouTube and more on this tour thanks to a real father/son outing.
K12MovieGuides: Turn any movie into a learning opportunity.
Coloring Nature is for children and adults. We have more than 675 FREE printable coloring pages . Our coloring categories include serious science: biomes, anatomy, animals, plants and more, plus some pure whimsy – just for fun.
  • Science, Fine Arts, Early Childhood;
Free printables, activity sheets, coloring pages, and more!
Thousands of free printables, games, quizzes and fun stuff.
A free PDF pack of printables/activities for kids.
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies; K-6
Our blog is full of free printables, DIY activities, and tips for moms!
  • Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Physical Education, Early Childhood, Special Education, STEM, Educational Toys; 1.5-8 yrs
A library of educational printable resources
  • All Elementary Subjects;
This is more for printouts, and usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures.
Free printable K-8 Math and Reading packets for students.
JumpStart is home to a large collection of free, printable kindergarten resources. Both parents and teachers can find plenty of fun activities, worksheets and lesson plans for math, reading, writing, science and arts.
K-5 math resources clearly sorted by grade and standard that are easy to download and print at home. Click on the Number, Geometry or Measurement & Data page for your grade level.
Printable at-home packs for grades K-8, Reading and Mathematics. At-home packs are free for anyone to use given the extraordinary circumstances.
Free printable worksheets and educational activities to help making learning fun. Resources arranged by grade or subject.
Twenty six alphabet coloring sheets.
Foreign Languages
Calico Spanish creates curriculum anyone can use to teach young children real Spanish for a real future.
  • K - 2nd
iCulture is a unique cultural immersion resource for Spanish, French and German language learning. iCulture offers travel videos, day in the life videos, current news articles and songs.
  • 6th - 8th, High School
FabuLingua teaches Spanish through magical interactive stories on mobile phones and tablets. Its unique method is designed to introduce the new language in a way that subconsciously develops the child's ear, comprehension and reading skills.
Help your child learn languages at home. We're donating our award-winning Fun Series of language learning apps to families in areas where schools are closed.
  • Early Childhood, K - 2nd
With our free mobile app or web and a few minutes a day, everyone can Duolingo. Learn 30+ languages online with bite-size lessons based on science.
Free Rosetta Stone for Students for 3 months.
  • 3rd - 5th, 6th - 8th, High School
Bring bilingual education to your home with the Habbi Habbi Reading Wand & Bilingual Books. Available in English-Spanish or English-Chinese. No screens. Just beautiful board books that come alive with a tap of our magic Reading Wand.
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Online Museum Tours
More museums at Google Arts & Culture.
Google Arts & Culture has a collection of more the 500 different museums and galleries up on its site that you can visit virtually. Clicking through to each one will bring up images of some of the museum or gallery's collection, and in some cases full virtual tours of the museum you can take to pretend like, in a way, you're actually there.
Virtual Field Trips
33 National Parks via Google Earth. gathered 33 National Park Tours you can virtually. Yes, that means you can explore National Parks from the comfort of your home and in your pajamas!

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