With all schools being closed, millions of parents and guardians who've grown accustomed to sending their children to traditional schools are left wondering how to help kids complete schoolwork at home. Luckily, there’s an incredible amount of learning tools on the internet about everyythinnng!!! To help you juggle family and #wfh, we’ve compiled an extensive list of learning tools to help your kids of any age learn and have fun at home.
Here’s a list of online learning tools to explore:
There's an infinite amount of education channels on Youtube for those who enjoy visual learning:
Here’s some of our notable favorites:
- Thinking games can be a fun way to learn. For those who enjoy visual and engaging learning, All In One Homeschool have games available by grade!
- Scholastic has created a free learn-from-home site with 20+ days of learning and activities you can access here.
- You can even pretend to travel the world and go on a virtual tour to 12 famous places from your couch!
Amongst paid and free curricular, here are more awesome free educational websites. Everything from preschool activities to 12th grade is here!
It can be tough to balance homeschooling and working at home with kids, but these are some helpful and interactive websites to help your kids continue their education at home - even temporarily. If you have more that you think we should add, let us know.