Education Resources

Tools and activities for parents and children to use while out of school due to COVID-19.

123 Homeschool for ME

  • Over 300,000+ FREE worksheets for toddler, preschool, and K12. Our free educational printables cover alphabet letters, math, language arts, history, geography, and more.

Actively Learn

  • Actively Learn is a web-based reading platform that helps students read deeply and think critically, with thousands of texts and associated instruction in ELA, Science, and Social Studies.

Fact Monster

  • Fact Monster combines essential reference materials, fun facts and features, and homework help for kids. From the solar system to the world economy to educational games, Fact Monster has the info kids are seeking.

Coloring Nature

  • Coloring Nature is for children and adults. We have more than 675 FREE printable coloring pages . Our coloring categories include serious science: biomes, anatomy, animals, plants and more, plus some pure whimsy – just for fun.

National Geographic – KIDS

  • Articles, quizzes, and additional reading material about science.

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Bed Time Math

  • Every day, we serve up a quick bite of wacky math just for fun. It’s nothing like school. Parents can sign up by email, on our website, and on our free app.

Scholastic Learn at Home Program

  • Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families, or with their teachers.

Mystery Doug

  • Science lessons for kids free of cost.

History for Kids

  • The website is packed with articles, worksheets and even a quiz on each section.

Online Museum Virtual Tours

  • 12 of the most famous museums in the world offer virtual tours of their exhibits/galleries online, for free. Viewers can browse all while learning about history, art, and more from their devices.


  • Interactive learning resource supporting core and supplemental subjects, educator-based and includes games, videos, quizzes, activities. Used by over 1 million learners worldwide.

Khan Academy

  • Free, online-based educational resource for students of all ages, providing course videos, lessons, quizzes, and more.

Khan Academy Remote Learning Guide

  • A guide for parents and educators to navigate online-based learning through Khan Academy programs during school closings. Has tips and FAQs for parents, including a daily schedule template to help ensure student learning.

Cool Online Museums for Curious Kids

  • With these apps, games, and websites, kids can engage with interactive experiences from some of the best museums all over the world. From finding their classic art twin on Google Arts & Culture to playing dinosaur trivia from the American Museum of Natural History, kids can find tons of hidden gems on this list.

Typing Club

  • TypingClub is the most effective way to learn how to type.


  • Created for kids in grades Pre-K through 8, has been the leader in free educational games for kids since 1997. Funbrain offers hundreds of games, books, comics, and videos that develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving and literacy.

NASA for Students

  • The NASA website’s For Students section includes a great free catalog of articles, activities, videos, and games for students in grades K–12 on topics related to STEM, aeronautics, and space exploration.


  • XtraMath features free math videos, lessons, and activities as well as progress reports and resources for teachers and parents. The site is a valuable resource both for homework help and more in-depth lessons.

The Learning Network

  • This blog from the New York Times (NYT) features free standards-aligned daily lessons on civics, social studies, history, and other topics related to current news and events. Quizzes, activities, and a student version of the NYT crossword offer more opportunities for learning in the classroom or at home.


  • Designed for little kids who are visual learners, Boardmaker offers free printable activities that are especially beneficial for children with special needs, such as those with Down syndrome or autism.


  • The folks over at Century are allowing parents to access all their resources for free over the next few weeks. Designed for students of all ages, kids can brush up on their math, science, and reading skills.

PBS Learning Media

  • PBS LearningMedia is a free, PreK-12 digital media service available to educators nationwide. Our free service offers teachers access to more than 30,000 learning materials aligned to state and national standards, including 25,000+ videos, interactive lesson plans, media galleries and more to enrich classroom instruction.

Scholar Match

  • Hosts virtual office hours every Mon-Thurs from 3pm-5pm PST to answer questions about college and scholarships.

Open Culture Online Courses

  • The page highlights 1000 lectures, videos and podcasts from universities around the world. The site features a lot of material found only on universities private sites, all in easy to browse categories. This means you can find hundreds of university courses, without having to visit and search each university’s own site.


  • For those who don’t have a paid account, Conjugemos offers some free vocabulary, grammar, and listening activities in Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Korean, and Latin for students at all levels.


  • Free resources for Spanish teachers.

Carone Learning

  • Free health & personal wellness courses.


  • Codecademy is a website dedicated specifically to teaching coding. Where other coding sites follow an example/practice session workflow, Codecademy includes a live practice window. This means you can practice coding while still viewing the lesson material.


  • Code is another website focused on coding and app writing. A site with high quality courses, Code also features learning options for kids. In addition to kid friendly courses, Code offers free online education classes on a wide variety of technology topics. These classes include app writing, robotics and Javascript. Most of the courses are also geared in a such a way that they can be useful in a classroom setting. This makes Code a great resource for harder to find coding topics, as well as various learning settings.


  • Another great destination for more general learning is TED-Ed. From the same people that brought you the all encompassing, motivational web series, comes a site chocked full of educational videos. Most include impressive animation, and all are ten minutes long or less. Not only is TED-Ed an excellent site for the curious, it also includes supplemental materials and quizzes on the videos. This makes the site extremely useful in formal education settings, as well as in entertaining ways to brush up on new discoveries and topics.

English for Everyone

  • On this page you will find our complete list of high quality reading comprehension worksheets created specially by our team for students in grade levels K-12. Our worksheets elicit the use of critical thinking skills at every level. While some questions ask the reader to peruse the passage for particular details, most questions involve the use of deductive reasoning, conclusion making, logical inference, sequential analysis, tonal awareness, and an understanding of scope.

The National Science Digital Library

  • Serving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education.


  • NOVA is the most-watched prime time science series on American television, reaching an average of five million viewers weekly. Now in its fourth decade of production, the series remains committed to producing in-depth science programming in the form of one-hour documentaries and long-form mini-series, from the latest breakthroughs in technology to the deepest mysteries of the natural world.


  • Daily free science or cooking experiment to do at home.

Go Noodle

  • GoNoodle® engages 14 million kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Available for free at school, home, and everywhere kids are!

Population Education

  • A selection of lessons pulled from Population Education activity libraries.


  • is a leading online learning platform that helps anyone learn business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Through individual, corporate, academic and government subscriptions, members have access to the video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts.


  • High-quality content with the latest technologies.


  • PhET provides fun, free, interactive, research-based science and mathematics simulations. We extensively test and evaluate each simulation to ensure educational effectiveness. These tests include student interviews and observation of simulation use in classrooms.

Art for Kids Hub

  • They upload new art lessons Monday through Friday, every week! Students can follow along with and learn how to draw plus other fun art lessons for kids.

OK GO Sandbox

  • OK Go Sandbox is an online resource for educators that uses OK Go’s music videos as starting points for integrated guided inquiry challenges allowing students to explore various STEAM concepts.


  • The Zooniverse is the world’s largest and most popular platform for people-powered research. This research is made possible by volunteers — more than a million people around the world who come together to assist professional researchers.


  • offers “math for ages 13-100” — explanations that are easy to grasp on topics like algebra, pre-calculus and more. (I started my career as a math teacher, so it’s a great pleasure for me to help people finally understand — and even enjoy! — doing math.)

PBS Daily

  • Play and learn at home with kids. This newsletter is packed with activities every week.

CPS Office of Student Wellness

  • Below you will find educational resource packets organized by grade level. These packets include a range of activities that students can work on at home independently, with family members, or with other adults. Some activities may require guidance from an adult to get started. Resources are categorized into two types: Independent and Enrichment.

Science Friday

  • Covering the outer reaches of space to the tiniest microbes in our bodies, Science Friday is the source for entertaining and educational stories about science, technology, and other cool stuff.


  • AMAZE takes the awkward out of sex ed. Real info in fun, animated videos that give you all the answers you actually want to know about sex, your body and relationships.

Science Buddies

  • Anytime can be the right time to explore STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). Explore our favorite experiments, engineering challenges and demonstrations with these fun hands-on STEM activities! Materials are easy to find, most activities take an hour or less, and the STEM learning is limitless.

Virtual Field Trips

  • A list of virtual access to museums, zoos, space, and more.


  • Online activities for kids.