Stories entertain, teach and keep young minds active, alert and engaged. Audible is offering an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help kids continue dreaming, learning and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Storyline Online is a free literacy program where actors read to children.
Read-alongs, sing-alongs, illustrating demos and more – provided by the Growing Book by Book Community.
Common Sense Media has compiled an excellent list of resources and activities , including audiobooks and virtual story times, music classes and performances, educational activities and lesson plans, virtual tours, fun and games, and more.
Scholastic has launched a Learn at Home website that has daily courses for students from pre-kindergarten to grades six and higher. Scholastic’s learning plans cover all the subjects your student would be taking at school.
In light of the current situation regarding school closures, educators across Turtle Island have come together to provide online learning opportunities for our children K-8 through the Think Indigenous initiative.
The number of educational shows on Netflix is growing every day, which is ideal for kids who learn best visually. This is a list – compiled by Homeschool Hideout – of educational shows on Netflix – watch documentaries, learn about animals, earth and nature, space, history and more.
Ever Clever Mom offers a list of online resources that that are currently being offered for free by companies that have stepped up to offer everyone access to their programs. Also included are resources that are always free, and some ideas for when your family needs some time offline.
This is a super helpful list of websites – compiled by the Kids Activities blog – for education companies that will allow you to sign-up for their learning programs for free to help kids move forward with their education from home.