With schools across the country closing due to social distancing, more and more parents are becoming at-home schoolteachers. This can prove to be difficult to even the most prepared parents. To assist you better, we put together a list of online resources to keep your kids occupied and educated.
Free, world-class education for all. Khan Academy is currently offering daily schedules for students ages 2-18, including remote learning resources. Subjects include math, science & engineering, arts & humanities, computing, economics, SAT test prep and more.
E-Learning for Kids
E-learning for kids is a non-profit organization providing free, fun, curriculum based quality primary education to all children worldwide. Their subject offerings cover math, science, computer skills, language arts, life skills, health, and more.
Outschool is a marketplace of live online classes for kids ages 3-18. They are making $1,000,000 worth of classes available for free to families in the U.S. who have been impacted by school closures.
Varsity Tutors Virtual School Day Toolkit is a great options for almost all grade levels. They are offering free, online, live daily classes for K-12 students. The curriculum spans math, science, literature, writing, and enrichment.
PBS Kids Daily
PBS Kids is offering a new daily newsletter every weekday with activities and tips you can use to help kids play and learn at home. The also offer at-home activities you can learn about online for kids ages 2-8.