Sunday, December 04, 2022

(Courtesy of Teaneck Shuls) Here are some free fun learning options for all ages, from toddlers to AP students to adults. Some are always free and some are only free during this current situation. This list will continue next week.

· Phonics worksheets for kids https://www.funfonix.com/

· Free stories online ages 3-12 https://www.freechildrenstories.com/

· National Geographic Young Explorers is a magazine designed specifically for kindergarten and first grade students. Children can listen to the magazine being read to them as they follow along with the highlighted text. https://ngexplorer.cengage.com/ngyoungexplorer/index.html

· Learn all about earthquakes https://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/kids/

· Learn all about the periodic table https://www.chemicool.com/

· Farmer’s almanac for kids... Date, weather, moon phase, etc. https://www.almanac.com/kids

· Guide to gardening for kids https://web.extension.illinois.edu/firstgarden/

· Website allows students to play basic games to reinforce math skills and compete against the computer or others https://www.mangahigh.com/en-us/

· Space science for kiddos https://www.nasa.gov/kidsclub/index.html

· Math Games, Logic Puzzles and Brain Builders https://www.mathplayground.com/

· Games, quizzes and fact sheets take kids on a journey through time. https://www.bbc.co.uk/history/forkids/

· NGAkids interactives offer an entertaining and informative introduction to art and art history. https://www.nga.gov/education/kids.html

· News and more for kids https://www.youngzine.org/

· Randomly generates 356,300,262,144 story starters


· Immerse yourself in cryptography https://www.cryptoclub.org/

· Math games galore https://gridclub.com/

· Tons of science experiments that you can do at home


· An interactive way to learn history


· Just explore, have fun, and learn some science along the way. https://thehappyscientist.com/

· Interactive games based on the book series


· Work on the 8 parts of speech https://www.grammaropolis.com/

· Learn all about cells https://www.cellsalive.com/

· All sorts of learning here if you dig in https://www.google.com/earth/

· Scratch draws students of all types into coding and lays a foundation for future learning. https://scratch.mit.edu/

· A wonderful, endlessly detailed way to get kids engaged in the world of art. https://www.metmuseum.org/art/online-features/metkids/

· Tests kids’ geography skills. Using images from Google’s Street View, it plops players down in the middle of the street and asks them to figure out where they are. https://www.geoguessr.com/

· Allows students to type in any city, state, or country to view an archive of historical photographs and other documents. It’s a unique way to help them learn about history.


· Short videos about numbers that help kids explore complex math topics and make math more fun. https://www.numberphile.com/

· A human visualization platform that allows students to explore the human body in really cool ways. https://human.biodigital.com/login?returnUrl=/dashboard

· Helps kids learn to appreciate the arts by providing them with the opportunity to play games, conduct investigations, and explore different forms of art. https://artsology.com/

· Lets kids play instruments online. Instruments include the guitar, piano, pan flute, drums, and bongos. https://www.virtualmusicalinstruments.com/

· Crafts, activities, bulletin board designs, and finger plays for early education teachers and parents to use with kids. http://www.preschoolexpress.com/

· A large selection of fun songs to help teach preschool and kindergarten students https://www.songsforteaching.com/preschoolkindergarten.htm

· Resource section includes free flashcards, coloring pages, worksheets, and other resources for children, teachers, and parents. https://supersimple.com/

· Life skills curriculum for students in grades K-12. Their resources include strategies for teaching social and emotional skills. https://www.overcomingobstacles.org/

· Coding for ages 4-10 https://www.kodable.com/

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