Free Online Resources for Families
Below is an always-updated list of online resources from our wellness community to help parents and familes through this outbreak. While self-isolation is not idea, it does give us time to spend with our children and teach them things that we may not otherwise get a chance to do.
If you have a resource you’d like add, please send us a message.
Teaching Kids at Home
This is one of my favorite resources because they cover all the major topics including math, science, art, technology and more.
During school closures, they also have daily schedules for kids aged 4-18.
Code.org makes learning computer science really fun and easy. Insted of typing lines of code in obscure computer programming, this webiste makes coding visual with a drag and drop interface.
Our kids love their “coding time” and the challenging games that they have to solve using code.
Teach geography by virtually flying through space in Google Earth. With Google Earth, you can fly around the globe and discover new places while sitting on your couch.
Kids especially love discovering places like the pyramids in Egypt, or Disyney Land.
Growing up, I loved receving the yellow-bordered magazing in the mail. Nat Geo Kids takes this amazing experience online with so much for kids to explore.
Checkout their “Brain Boosters” and “Cool Stuff” categories.
Enchanged Learning is a webiste designed to be simple and fun for kids. They offer worksheets, templates and printables that kids love.
During the outbreak they are also offering free access to schools that have been affected.
Explore free (and paid) resources for students of all ages. Resouces include printables, posters, projects and more.
We’ve used this website with our kids and are always impressed with the high quality of the material.