Students can explore space by viewing photos from the Hubble Space Telescope. The website contains photos, articles, and videos about space and the Hubble Telescope’s journey through the “final frontier.”
This program can download onto a phone and insert the times of various astronomical events. This is a great way to help kids learn the different phases of the moon or catch the next meteor shower.
Students can learn about the history of space exploration, both past, present, and future. The site also provides various fun facts and projects about space.
This online platform is offering free services to students affected by COVID-19. It aims to help students learn the Chinese language.
This website helps students learn about various different topics for grades 1-8.
This free program allows students to explore the night skies in the past, present, and future from anywhere in the world.
This tool is great for learning a new language, such as Japanese, German, Chinese, or Spanish. Learners can also learn about other topics such as mathematics, and history.
Students can use this online resource to access nearly 20,000 books and essays for free.
A free online and comprehensive computer science curriculum.
This online resource is free and offers students AP test prep materials and provides learning materials to help students.
This online platform helps students learn how to type for free. It provides an interactive experience for students where they engage in games to improve their typing skills.
This online program is offering free access through June 30th, 2020 to schools impacted by COVID-19. The platform helps student improve their sight reading skills and provides other learning tools.
Students can learn Spanish for free through lessons on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. The website also offers games to help engage students.
You can access the free performance library at this website and enjoy recorded performances of incredible artists.
Since performances were canceled, previously recorded performances are now available. Every Saturday at 7 pm, they release a new episode in their video series where musicians explain and play music.
This free online publication covers a variety topics including history, science, and the arts. Students can learn by reading articles and engaging with the website.
The historic location of President Lincoln’s assassination provides learning resources for students and access to a free virtual tour and events.
Students can review blogs and engage in virtual exhibits about astronomy, and help perform scientific research from home.
Students take virtual tours and listen to podcasts and recorded lectures on the U.S. Air Force. They can also watch museum videos to learn more about aviation and the military.
This resource provides students with various learning resources including math, test preparation, and other learning opportunities.
Student can use this free online resource to create and share flashcards to help them prepare for tests and quizzes.
Students can visit this museum virtually through tours, and online exhibits. The museum also offers lesson plans and questions for students. Special Memorial Day programming will also be available.
While much of the park is closed to the public, you can still learn online about how George Washington crossed the Delaware to defeat the British at Trenton. Lesson plans help children learn what colonial life was like, making food like the settlers, and more.
Students can take a virtual tour of the art collection and the governor’s mansion at Colonial Williamsburg and discover what life was like in early America.
Students can virtually explore the USS Constellation, a civil war ship docked in Baltimore, Maryland.
The park provides various online curriculum about historic figures such as Benjamin Franklin, and Martin Luther King Jr. for varying grade levels.
Free online curriculum about the events at Valley Forge are available at the park’s website. There students can learn about the soldiers at Valley Forge and why it was the location of the Continental Army’s winter camp.
Learners can still explore George Washington’s home, Mount Vernon, through virtual events. Monday through Friday at 2 pm EST, the estate livestreams events such as mansion tours, history lessons, and lessons for grades K-12 students.
For $10, families can receive an hour long, livestreamed guided tour of Thomas Jefferson’s estate, Monticello. (Available Tuesday – Saturday). During the tour, online visitors can explore the home and grounds surrounding the estate.
On site park rangers guide students through the Battle of Gettysburg. Students can learn about the historical figures and the military action that occurred in one of the most important battles of the Civil War.
While the park remains closed due to COVID-19, you can still learn about the historical events at Pearl Harbor from park rangers in this series of short videos.
The website provides videos and other educational tools so students can still visit and learn about the nation’s capitol virtually.
Students can take a virtual tour of the museum, and the website provides a host of online learning resources including online exhibitions, newspaper articles, and other resource tools.
While closed to the public due to COVID-19, students can still explore the oldest seaworthy commissioned ship in the U.S. Navy through games, videos, virtual tours, and learning resources.
Students can visit the Library of Congress through virtual tours. They can also utilize the library’s online resource tools.
Students can learn Spanish with this online platform which is available for free until the end of June.
This online program incorporates math, reading, and science and teaches children how to cook simple recipes at the same time. Moreover, the program is available for free due to COVID-19 and requires minimal trips to the grocery store.
This resource provided educational games in math, science, and language arts for elementary and high school students for free.
Here, students can improve their math and reading skills through videos and reading passages. The online program is always free.
This online platform offers lesson plans covering various subjects such as math, reading, and science for free.
On Instagram, Dorthy Shain offers free art history lesson for young children once a week.
This program offers free access for 21 days and helps students understand a foreign language.
This resource provides activities where children (pre-K-third grade) learn more about language arts and mathematics. Parents can download worksheets for free.
BBC has a kid’s history section on their website where children can learn more about British history ranging from ancient history to the histories of the nation’s various regions.
High school students can now access the online version of the New York Times free of charge for three months (until July 6th, 2020).
The museum offers new daily activities to help children keep learning. Many of the activities are designed for small children.
Teachers and students can access free discussion guides and activities.
This online platform provides free geography quizzes for children.
Students can learn how to type, code, and more for free on this online platform.
With resources for K-12 students, this online resource provides information about the White House, presidential images, essays, virtual tours, and more.
This online resource has learning plans available for free for students in grades K-9. There are three hours of daily instruction for four weeks covering topics such as STEM, and Language Arts.
Using the code USATWINKLHELPS, parents can access various teacher made activity sheets, videos, and interactive presentations for children covering multiple subjects.
On this platform, students across various grade levels can access thousands of math and English lessons.
Parents can access one month of computer science and coding software lessons for free on this platform.
Students can watch live cameras of 11 different animals. They can also learn about animals through online games and activities.
Here, students can access live online musical performances. K-12 students can also access their free media library.
The hospital is helping children learn by providing free worksheets in various school subjects online.
Students can explore various topics for free using lessons videos and articles. At 2 pm EST daily, students can hear National Geographic Explorers talk about their expeditions
This three year Catholic school, character-building curriculum aims to cultivate virtues in K-8 students. The Dominican Sisters of St. Cecelia in Nashville, Tennessee, provide online workbooks, a program overview, and parent’s guide for free.
Student can gain access to free lessons in foreign languages on this platform which boasts more than 2,000 learning materials.
Students can access these recordings of instructors to hone their math skills (K-12), brush up on their Language Arts studies (1-8), and learn more about Science (3-5) for free at this online resource. Lessons are updated daily.
This resource helps students review math and language arts studies. New content is posted regularly and worksheets are available for download.
Families can access free online curriculum and more than 17,000 ebooks on this platform.
Free through June 2020, Minecraft released its education resources to help children at home. The program provides 50 lessons, STEM, and project based learning activities. Using the platform, students can visit the international space station, explore the human eye, tour D.C.’s most memorable sites, and more.
More than 770 courses covering topics such as science, history, Spanish, and piano. Over 500 select courses are currently discounted by 70%.
Provides free online supplementary videos to help K-12 students learn various subjects including AP courses.
This online platform seeks to develop programming and coding skills in students. Preliminary lessons are free and students can pay a fee for more learning.
A free online platform that teaches economics. The program is designed to appeal to older children.
Available through many public libraries, Lynda.com is a free online resource that allows learners to access a variety of topics, such as software development, design and business.
Online videos on topics across the board, educators can tailor the programming to meet the needs of learners.
Free online courses that include classes such as Japanese and psychology.
A digital library for students ages 12 and under. Students attending district schools can contact their teacher to gain access.
An online resource that engages Spanish, French, and English learners. Students have free access to the full program until June 30th, 2020.
An online resource where students can learn geography. It provides quizzes and the first level is free.
The platform provides free access (until May 2020) to 40+ coding resources for students. The program contains accessible content for elementary and middle school children.
This program teaches students coding and computer science. The full platform is available free of charge online until May 2020.
Free of charge for the duration of a school’s closure due to COVID-19, this online program can engage students on a variety of subjects ranging from math to history. It also provides access to over 100 books.
This program caters to K-8th grade students and English learning students. It covers a vast array of topics including history and math. Its full programming is available to schools for the entirety of their closures due to COVID-19.
This program engages students with more than 1,500 games which encourage them to develop communication, critical thinking, and creativity skills.
The online program helps teachers create differentiated lessons for students at different levels.
Lessons and assessment tools for teachers to use online with their students pertaining to a variety of subjects. The program is free until April 30 or until schools reopen.
Designed for K-8th grade students, this helps students improve their grades. In particular, MobyMax can help English learners and students with IEPs. The program is free for the remainder of the year for students whose schools are closed.
A five day program designed to help children learn from home. The program targets grades K-6+.
Designed for middle and high school students, the program provides 10,000 educational resources and 400 personalized lesson plans to help students hone the test skills. Access is free through May 31, 2020.
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A program that teaches students computer science at home, even offering learning options for students without computers.
A free service that offers to supplement lessons, and homework. The program offers thousands of learning tools through their online resource library.
The Experience platform provides 190,000 “editable activities” for K-12 students. Learning experiences include lessons and videos that cover topics such as social studies, math, and science.
This resource provides printable learning packets that K-8 students can use at home. The lessons are self-directed and include subject matter such as math and reading.
This program immerses students (grades 6-12) in German, French, and Spanish through recent news articles and travel videos. Students and teachers have free access for the remainder of the school year.
Arizona State University
ASU is offering three new learning resources in light of COVID-19.
- “Ask a Biologist” and “Ask an Anthropologist” provide teachers with lesson plans, video transcriptions, and activity ideas. Students can complete games, puzzlers, and reach out to experts to learn more.
- Virtual Field Trips allow students to explore 18 different field trips through videos and maps. These include trips to the Grand Canyon, the rainforest, and more.
American Museum of Natural History
The museum is helping children learn through “Ology” where they learn about a variety of topics such as Archeology, Physics, and Marine Biology. Students can learn through hands on activities, videos, and stories.
Amazon is offering free computer science classes online during the COVID-19 quarantines. The courses are tailored to elementary, middle, and high school students.
This platform offers free access to articles covering various topics like social studies, science, and math. Products are available to children with and without internet. Students who do not have internet can receive printable packets that contain lessons in multiple subjects.