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Three hours of free daily online lessons, books, videos, and activities.
A site that has videos of celebrities reading children’s books. Each book includes a
Videos for students from a variety of subjects including math, language arts, science, and social studies. With lesson support materials for parents.
National Geographic Kids:
Games, videos, quizzes, and fun facts for students to use as they explore various science and social studies topics.
Games for holidays, math, grammar, and phonics skills sorted by grade level.
Games, videos, and books for kids sorted by grade level.
Recipes, crafts, podcasts, games and videos for kids.
For kids ages 2-8. Over 850 lessons and 8,000 learning activities. Books, games, videos, music, places to explore, and art projects.
A place for kids to ask questions and find answers to everyday questions. Includes different exploratory options through videos, texts, vocabulary lists, quizzes, and games.
Fitness, balance, and mindfulness videos.
YouTube: Art Hub for Kids
Drawing how-to videos.
YouTube: Wild Free and Crafty:
Step by step art lessons for kids in a variety of art mediums.
Dr Seuss books, character studies, games, and videos.
Imaginative pictures and grammar activities to help spark creative writing and the expansion of ideas. One new picture with correlating activities is given every day. Age specific writing activities are available through subscription.