With so much time to fill, it’s extra tough to keep kids occupied in ways that don’t make you fear their brains are turning to mush (even if yours kinda feels that way, too). You can find scads of lists these days of free educational resources online, and here are a few highlights to get you started.
What could be more comforting right now than the warm, familiar little paw of Daniel Tiger from Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood, leading your littlest learners through a range of resources? It’s the best of smart, sweet education.
A YouTube channel brought to you by John Green and Hank Green, Crash Course brings sneaky smarts to high school and college-aged students through videos and animations on . . . just about any topic you might want to learn.
Tour the world’s museums even while they’re locked up tight. Through one central hub, you can access art, history, and science all over the globe.
Free in the wake of the coronavirus shutdown, Century is a neuroscience-backed educational method for guiding students of all ages through core topics.
Games and videos to help young learners with math, science, social studies, and reading, Adventure Academy also enables students to connect and collaborate so that they still get a sense of community.
Sources and External Links
60 Free Educational Websites Parents Can Access While Schools Are Closedhttps://www.popsugar.com/family/free-online-educational-resources-for-kids-47311368
32 totally free educational resources for kids stuck at homehttps://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/reviewedcom/2020/03/18/free-educational-classes-and-programs-kids-home/5064311002/
Activities and online resources for homebound kids: A coronavirus guidehttps://www.livescience.com/coronavirus-kids-activities.html
Resources to help you make the most of PBS KIDS and support your child’s learning every day.https://pbskids.org/learn/
WELCOME TO CRASH COURSEhttps://thecrashcourse.com/
Google Arts & Culturehttps://artsandculture.google.com/partner?hl=en