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Ever since the schools closed, I started looking for valuable resources to help us get through this period easier.
I was very happy to discover several big lists of ideas, but then I quickly got overwhelmed. While some of the resources turned out to be helpful, I also wasted a lot of time checking out resources that didn’t offer the quality content I wanted.
This is why I decided to put together a list of resources that are tested by us, so you don’t waste any time going through tons of sites and apps to figure out which one is best for your kids.
We love these resources and I hope you and your kids will enjoy them as much as we do!
The list includes both free resources from valuable sources and free limited-time subscriptions from educational companies.
Scholastic Learn at Home
Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing (for grades Pre-K – 9)
Instantly access 40,000 of the best books, learning videos, quizzes & more included in the leading digital library for kids
PBS Kids Daily
PBS KIDS’ new weekday newsletter offers activities and tips you can use to help kids play and learn at home.
The app is designed by experts to deliver fast and proven results to prepare your child for school in the best way possible.
Kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages.
National Geographic Kids
Activities that have been curated for educators, parents, and caregivers to implement with K–12 learners.
This free app gets kids up and moving to fun, engaging content and games.
Bonus: 3 more great resources
- Sesame Street provides content and resources you can use with your family to offer comfort and spark playful learning activities. You can access them here.
- TIME for Kids is offering their digital library for free for the rest of the school year. You can access it here.
- KidLit is a great place to discover great children’s books and connect with the people who create them.
I hope you’ll enjoy these ideas and that they will make these days at home with the kids easier and happier!