20 websites to help keep kids busy (and smart!)
Coronavirus quarantine guidelines have many people stuck inside but learning is still easy
If you’re one of the millions of Americans stuck at home this week you might find a list of free, educational websites helpful to help keep children occupied while keeping their brains stimulated.
Check out the list of resources for at-home fun and learning:
ABC Mouse - More than 9,000 online activities for children aged 2 to 8 years old
ABCya - Learning games
Boom Learning - Free accounts available for students impacted by COVID-19
Brain Pop - Activities for everything from science to social studies
Dreamscape - Reading games for students in grades 2 through 8
Fun Brain - Games, videos and books for students Pre-K through 8th grade
Go Noodle - Get your body moving with physical wellness games
Highlights Kids - Activities, jokes and games for kids
Kids Discover - Nonfiction reading for kids ages 6 to 14.
Learning A-Z - Literacy and science education resources
National Geographic for Kids - Explore the wild world of animals
PBS Learning Media - Brings the world to you
Phonics Hero - Geared towards improving children’s reading and spelling
Scholastic Learn at Home - 20 days worth of activities for kids
Starfall - Great for students Pre-K through 3rd grade
Storyline Online - Read books online
Switcheroo Zoo - Interactive animal games
Time for Kids - Learning resource for students in Kindergarten through 6th grade
Vooks - Storybooks brought to life (get one month free)
Wonderopolis - Explore the science of learning and how things are made
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