50 Resources to Educate Kids at Home

From Scholastic guided adolescent learning to high-school-level Shakespeare instruction, each slide offers various resources and information  on educational content for all ages.

 New York Public Library

The New York Public Library offers adolescent-aged curriculum along with dozens of other data-based activities the whole family can complete together. One resource is Bookflix, a fiction and nonfiction catalog of video books that help children read better through highlighted read-alongs.

With more than 350,000 subscribers, the free online curriculum from SciShow Kids sets students as young as pre-schoolers up for science success. Four-minute instructional videos cover everything from Sir Isaac Newton to the earthworms.

SciShow Kids

Students of all ages can visit the Louvre in France without ever leaving home via the museum’s online tours, free thanks to a Shiseido sponsorship. Additionally, daily artwork displayed on the site gives lengthy explanations on the artist and style of the craft.

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The Louvre, France

When an old friend dies by suicide, a group of former college pals gathers over Thanksgiving weekend to reminisce about their younger years and who they have become.

The Big Chill

 For $9.95 a month after a free 30-day trial, ABC Mouse makes the most out of learning from home with three separate age-appropriate websites for kids from 2 to 14 years old. With 10 levels of learning, more than 850 courses, and 9,000 educational tasks, ABC Mouse is tailored for kids age 2–8; Adventure Academy is for third- to eighth-graders; and Reading IQ helps out for a wide range of reading levels from pre-school to sixth grade.

 ABC Mouse

Since 1999, BrainPOP and BrainPop Jr. have turned home work spaces into classrooms. Now, they’re offering free access during school closures in lesson plans available in English, Spanish, and French that delve into a wide variety of subject matter. In addition, BrainPop offers daily pop-up lessons in a variety of topics such as the scientific process.

Brain Pop

Snorkeling in Maui

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 In the free Junior Scholastic monthly series, students in grades six through nine get lessons in a myriad of subject areas, from how television changed the U.S. and the future of zoos to a lesson all about emojis.

 Junior Scholastic


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