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ABCya  Educational games for


Khan Academy   is a virtual tutor. This is a wonderful site that offers math and science lessons through videos. Salman Kahn does an incredible job of breaking down difficult concepts into understandable bites of information. He covers math (3rd grade to calculus) and science (biology, physics, chemistry, astronomy, and more). This is a must see site!

Educational YouTube Channels

BrainPOP BrainPOP’s animation brings learning concepts to life. Kids can learn about math, science, social studies, English, arts & music, and more.

BrainPOP Jr    BrainPOP Jr. offers digital educational content for children in kindergarten through third grade. With over 250 topics, it gently encourages young learners to ask questions and form their own ideas.

Beanstalk   Interactive online classes for preschool kids, is offering free memberships throughout the duration of the COVID-19 outbreak. Recently taught classes include "How Rainbows Work" and "All About Our Lips."

ScratchJr  Kids can play around with coding and eventually program their own interactive stories and games. The app is geared for kids ages 5
to 7
, and then they can graduate to the regular Scratch.

Audible  Audible has a free hub, Audible Stories, where kids can listen to great works of literature. Selections run the age gamut, from Beatrix Potter and Winnie the Pooh all the way up to Moby Dick and C.S. Lewis.

FactMonster  The website is organized by the following topics: World, United States, People, Wordwise (language arts, mythology, Latin and Greek roots, and more), Science, Math & Money, Sports and Homework Center. It also includes a “reference desk” that has links to a dictionary, current year almanac, atlas, encyclopedia, timelines. There is an incredible amount of helpful information on this site, and it will take you time to discover it all.


Math Games  Free math games by grade level or by skill. There are also free worksheets you can print out.

GoNoodle  A free app created to get kids moving at home and on the go. They also have daily activities for parents to use at home (Good Energy at Home).​

DuoLingo A free app that teaches foreign languages using brief lessons. Earn points for each correct answer and "level up." A wide variety of languages are offered.

CircleTime  Educators host free, interactive videos in whatever their area of expertise might be. You can find video lessons in everything from yoga to family cooking to sing-along songs. For ages 0-6.

ClubSciKidz  A science blog. Every day a different simple science experiment is posted for kids and parents to do at home. 

Starfall   For pre-k through 3rd grade, the site has been online since 2002 and works with children from letter recognition to reading plays, nonfiction, and comics.

Steve Spangler Science   This site offers an abundance of videos on different science experiments that involve candy, dry ice, flames and explosions! Budding scientists and someone looking for something fun to do on a rainy day will love this site.

Steve Spangler Science Lab   This site sells science products, but if you go to the lab there is a large library of experiments and videos (pause on The Lab link on the navigation bar and choose Experiments or Video Library). You have to sign up to gain access to all of them, but it is free.

Mystery Science   Activities range from five-minute mini-lessons (including one called "How Does Hand Sanitizer Kill Germs"), to full, 45- to 90-minute classes with hands-on experiments.

Kids National Geographic   (animals, countries, science and space videos, puzzles and quizzes, and much more)


HippoCampus  The site offers 7,000 free videos for middle schoolers through college students. You can check out the playlists in one of 13 subject areas, or you can browse by collection, like the NASA collection of science videos.


Exploratorium   The Exploratorium is an exploration of science, art, and human perception. Explore the vast collection of online experiences to feed your curiosity.

Story Time from Space   Videos of astronauts reading STEM themed books from the International Space Station brought to you by the non-profit Storytime From Space.   Biographies of the famous and noteworthy, past and present are available. Check out Bio's Best for biographies of all U.S. Presidents as well as women in history.


InfoPlease   There is a lot of great information on this site, but you may want to turn off the volume on your computer—video ads run continuously in the upper right corner.  There is a wealth of information and the subjects include: World, US, Homework Help, People, History & Government, Science & Health, Calendar & Holidays, Business, and The Fifty States. It also has tools, such as distance calculator, periodic table, place finder, and conversion tool.


A Research Guide for Students - A Research Guide for Students offers writing guides (e.g., How to Write a Research Paper, How to Write a Bibliography, Presentation Tips for Public Speaking).


PaperRater - Developed and maintained by linguistics professionals and graduate students, this free resource provides grammar and spelling check, plagiarism detection, and writing suggestions to help improve reports, essays, book reports, short stories, and more.


International Children's Digital Library - International Children’s Digital Library, which is run by the University of Maryland, and is an established, ongoing, and award winning digital library for children.


Pics4Learning - Free image library for use for educational purposes.

AsapSCIENCE  A YouTube channel that is fun and informative! It answers some of the most basic questions in a intriguing way. Some  of the topics are: Which came first—the chicken or the egg? What if you stopped sleeping? The science of heartbreak.


SciShow  A YouTube channel that answers questions like: Why do we laugh or Why are there righties and lefties? The videos are very informative and you will learn a lot in a short amount of time.

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