Updated: Mar 27
As a mother of two who, has to work from home while school is closed. I wanted to share some of my favorite website that you can visit for free.
At this point, it thanks to the Corona Virus, it looks like we maybe home for a while. Our kids only watch but so much television. So here you will find a list of online activities you can do or have them do on their own.
Free Sites for kids
Check out the following free websites:
1. Abc Mouse
This site your child can learn reading, writing, math, art and music. They offering a free 30 day trial. For a limited time only they offering 40% off their annual subscription. For more information and to sign up for a free trial at their website abcmouse.com.
2. Pbs Kids
This site is great for kids to spend and hour or two playing games, coloring and more.
3. Abc Ya
This website is great and free with use with your laptop/desktop. The mobile functions are limited. But they have various learning games for grades Pre-K up to 6th grade.
This is a great math site. It helps students from grade 1st - 8th have fun learning math problems. My kids have been using this since they were in 3rd grade.
5. Nat Geo Kids
This is a great site for anything science. Here your kids and learn how to make crafts, watch videos and learn about animals and more.
This is another great site for kids in grades Pre-K through 8th grade. Here your kids can access books, videos, and games that helps them learn something new.
This is a great site for the whole family to learn a new language. You can learn from any device all for free.
8. Khan Academy
I saved the best for last! This site is my favorite because it is for grades Pre-k to 12th grade.
They can learn anything from early math to SAT prep.
Website: Khan Academy.org
As I come across more sites that my kids enjoy I will update this post.
About the Author:
Kenya Marsh is the founder of SimplyFitandCurvyYoga (SFCY), Course Creator for Elevated Yogi Academy, and Host of "From My Mat to Yours Podcast." As a wife, stay-at-home mom of two, and yoga teacher. Kenya knows how challenging and beneficial a steady yoga practice can be. She understands it can be hard to start a new yoga journey alone. She created this website, along with courses, books, and more materials to help provide support to help busy yogis elevate their yoga practice.