LOTE Online for Kids allows children to enjoy the magic of books in World Languages from the comfort of home. Each book is provided with an English translation to help develop multilingual reading and listening skills.
Tech-Talk arms you with the missing technology (and communications) skills you need to get good grades, better jobs and higher pay. It is digital learning with easy-to-read articles, videos, and other fun stuff with the tips and tricks you need to be competitive in today’s hi-tech world.
Normally requiring a subscription, Vidcode is a website that teaches students how to computer program and is currently offering their platform and curriculum for free at this time. More about vidcode supporting students during school closures: https://about.vidcode.com/lovemyvidcode/2020/3/9/in-support-of-schools-facing-health-related-closure
Visit the RMSC website for science videos and home experiment activities to keep science discovery happening at home! Be sure to check out their Youtube, Facebook, and Instagram pages for more videos and activities!
National Geographic Kids is another site that makes free online education applicable for younger users. For those looking for kid friendly education, a large variety of games, puzzles, videos and photos keeps kids interested on this site.
A nonprofit organization with free educational resources. During the school closures, Khan Academy has created guides, daily schedules and free webinars to be used by parents and teachers. More about signing up here: https://khanacademy.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360040167432-How-can-Khan-Academy-be-used-for-remote-learning-during-school-closures-
For beginning researchers in Kindergarten through Grade 5. Covers geography, current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, history, sports and more. Provided by the New York Online Virtual Electronic Library.
Fun Brain is another good option for kids who want to learn online, but focuses on games and fun puzzles. Particularly focused on math and reading, Fun Brain’s game based approach can be valuable if the child in question struggles to pay attention.