School Library Journal has put together an amazing list of resources for Online Learning. If an enormous list sounds a little overwhelming to you right now, we’ve highlighted our favourite very resources for teachers, parents, and children right here.
Khan Academy is a non-profit dedicated to providing a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. In addition to their many fantastic learning and teaching resources, they’ve also put together sample schedules for a variety of grades that parents can use to guide home learning right now.
PBS Learning Media has a huge selection of free resources on a variety of subjects, from history to science to math to engineering.
Scholastic has started a site called Learn at Home, which features daily and weekly outlines for a variety of grades that include videos, digital books, activities, and physical activities on specific topics.
Code.org has put together a group of resources for parents teaching computer science for the first time, including options for how to teach computer science if you only have access to a smart phone. They have a live weekly interactive classroom and weekly challenges for students.
Girls who Code has released a new free program called Code at Home, featuring a variety of challenges and activities for young coders. They will be releasing new activities weekly, and each week will feature a woman in tech who pioneered innovative technology.
Last but not least, these interactive activities from the Historic Royal Palaces are specific to British history, but they are too much fun not to share!