Online Learning Tools

  1. General Education
  2. English & Reading
  3. Science & Nature
  4. Math
  5. History & Social Studies
  6. Art & Culture
  7. Music

General Educational Resources

These resources provide coursework and supplemental information in a variety of subjects and grade levels.

Khan Academy is a free non-profit website that provides lessons for K-12 students. They have lessons in math, science, computer science, history, art, economics and more. College prep lessons are also available.

Khan Kids is a sister site to Khan Academy and is for younger learners in Pre-K-1st grade.

ABCYA offers educational games for kids Pre-K-6th grade. The games are free to play, but there are subscription options for parents and teachers who may be interested in the extra features the company offers.

Leap Frog offers free printables, parent resources, and activities on their website. You will have to do some navigating to find what you are looking for, but pretty much everything under the "Learning Path" section is free.

Wonderopolis is a kids oriented website devoted to answering unusual questions. Every day a new "Wonder of the Day" is posted. This answers a question, explores an idea, or gives some fun trivia. Kids can even ask their own questions or upvote questions they want answered next. What is the most difficult instrument to play? Where do old airplanes go? Why are bowling shoes so slippery? You'll be able to find out on this site!

Sesame Street has been beloved by generations and their website continues to provide excellent educational games and activities for preschoolers and young students.

PBS Kids also offers learning tools for children. Kids can play games or watch videos that contain their favorite PBS characters like Arthur, Curious George, Daniel Tiger and more.

PBS Learning Media can be extremely useful for parents and teachers navigating the new age of e-learning. PBS has put together digital lessons for Pre-K -12th grade students for free. Supplemental videos and interactive online modules are already provided. Teachers can even share lessons directly to their google classroom from the site. 

Smithsonian Learning Lab is a free interactive platform for students, educators, and anyone who wants to learn! This website is based around creating knowledge collections. Kind of like Pinterest but for learning. These collections are made up of various videos, pictures, and resources that are put together to focus on a topic or idea, like say... volcanoes!! It's a bit like visiting a museum without leaving your home. Users can create a free account and make their own collections or view the ones that others have already compiled.

GoNoodle offers videos and activities for K-6 students. From dancing for the littles to cooking to science experiments for older kids they have a variety of resources.