1. Scholastic Learn at home: Grades PreK-K
Watch free videos of children’s storybooks or read along at your own pace through the Scholastic Learn at home website.
2. National Endowment for the Humanities’ Edsitement Lesson Plans
Check out nearly 100 free lesson plans for kids grades 9-12. Topics include Women in Revolution, Architecture and American History, The Cuban Missile Crisis and so much more.
3. Crash Course
Follow Crash Course on YouTube to watch engaging educational videos suitable for high school students. The channel features over 20 subjects, from anatomy to world history.
4. Story Time from Space
Visit Story Time from Space online. Children’s books are read on video by astronauts as they orbit hundreds of miles above Earth.
5. In-Charge Debt Solutions
Does your kid love money? Visit InCharge.org as a family to learn about personal finance. The site offers lesson plans for multiple grade levels.
If you have some extra time on your hands, now could be the perfect time to learn a new language. Visit Duolingo.com to learn more.
6. Fun Brain
Practice reading and math problems using Fun Brain. The site is loaded with educational materials from online books to videos and math worksheets.
7. Highlights Kids
Get access to free fun games, recipes, crafts, activities.
8. NASA Climate Kids
Work along with the NASA initiative to uncover a wide range of topics including weather, climate, atmosphere, water, energy, plants, and animals.
9. Goodnight with Dolly
“Goodnight With Dolly” features Dolly Parton reading a series of Imagination Library books every Thursday at 7 p.m.
10. Dav Pilkey at Home
Children’s author and illustrator behind award-winning and worldwide bestselling book series including Dog Man and Captain Underpants will be broadcasting creative content every Friday at 8 a.m. on his social media channels and website.
11. YouTube Learning
Youtube has created a list of channels and educational playlists for different age groups (preschool, school age, teen) and covers Science, Math, History, and various other subjects.
12. Miss Megan’s Camp Kindergarten
Miss Megan goes live on Facebook everyday at 9:00 AM central time. She covers different educational topics including days of the week, weather, ABC’s and more! Her videos are suitable for kids ages 3-7 years old.
13. Author Tracey Baptiste
14. Khan Academy
Walt Disney Imagineering, Pixar and Khan Academy are working together to create a free online program, Imagineering in a Box, with interactive lessons in theme park design and engineering. This is the opportunity for families to get creative and dream about the design for their own theme park!
15. Cardinals Academic Program
The Cardinals Academic Program is a field trip program at Busch Stadium that integrates the game of baseball with school curriculum and provides hands-on activities in various locations at Busch Stadium.
16. Edwardsville Children’s Museum
17. Mission US
Mission US engages students in the study of transformational moments in American history. Each mission consists of an interactive game and a set of curriculum materials. Great for middle and high school students.
18. Summer with Google
Parents, join us this #SummerWithGoogle—an opportunity for your curious teenager to make new discoveries and to become a responsible explorer of the web.For four consecutive Mondays, starting May 28, we will share exciting assignments on Facebook that will involve you and your child teaming up to discover a new country, learn its language, explore its history and culture, and even try their hands at coding a mobile app through a range of Google products. To get a head start click on the link below.