Helpful FREE Learning Websites:
Non-profit that empowers students, parents, and teachers to quickly and easily find free project ideas and help in all areas of science from physics to food science and music to microbiology. Whether your goal is to find a fun science activity for your kids or win the international science fair, sciencebuddies.org puts comprehensive, scientist-authored tools, tips and techniques at your fingertips. | For grades K-12
A science website for kids created by the American Museum of Natural History. Learn through games, stories, activities and videos. | For grades K-12
Non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented youth. Their vision is that every student in every school has the opportunity to learn computer science. | For grades K-12
A website that provides games and exercises to teach children fast, correct and efficient typing. | For grades K-5
A comprehensive collection of math picture books you will find anywhere. All in the amazing TumbleBook format complete with animation and narration. The books are accompanied by supplementary materials such as lesson plans and quizzes. | For
Non-profit on a mission to ensure every child learns and loves math. Zearn Math, a groundbreaking math curriculum that combines personalized digital lessons with daily small group instruction. | For grades K-5
Mission is to have the most engaging and effective educational game possible in order to improve educational standards worldwide! Math classes complete with placement tests, progress reports and report cards. Adult account must be created. | For grades 1-8
Award-winning website for students to learn about government/civics. They work to ensure every student in America receives a quality and engaging civic education and graduates from high school well prepared and enthusiastic for citizenship. | For middle school students
- Digital Dialects: Geography Games
Geography games, which include physical and human geography quizzes. Interactive maps for studying countries and regions. | For grades K-12
National multimedia project that looks at how young children learn to read, why so many struggle and what caring adults can do to help them. This award-winning resources for helping children with reading and writing. | For grades K-3
- KidLit TV
An American Library Association BEST Website for Kids! Explore the world of children's books with videos for kids and their grown-ups! Read-alouds and writing and drawing tutorials. | For grades K-6
- Storyline Online
Videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. | For grades K-2
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- Fun & Educational Sites from OCPL
From virtual field trips and live animal cams to doodling classes and read-alouds form your favorite authors, check out this list of activities to enjoy as a family.
- Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators: Remote Learning Resources
So many creators of children’s books have risen to the call for help from teachers and parents during the COVID-19 crisis by creating online materials that will entertain, instruct, and inspire children and young people. Some are reading their books and discussing them. Some have created mini-lessons on art or history or craft projects. Some are doing the equivalent of a school visit with a presentation and slide show. | For grades K-12
PBS KIDS is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of children through curriculum-based entertainment. Games to teach many different subjects. | For grades K-5
- Smithsonian Learning Lab
The Smithsonian’s collection of learning resources that span across different genre. | For grades K-12
- National Geographic Kids
National Geographic Kids' homework help resource page. Learn through games, videos and more. | For grades K-5
- DK Find Out
DK’s resource full of fun facts for kids. | For grades K-8
Games, reading, videos and math practice. | For grades K-8
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