Brain Pop is generously offering free access to its fun, colorful, and engaging learning material amidst all the school closures. Their material aims to help students learn effectively in a playful and reflective manner, and is suitable for Kindergarten to Grade 8 levels. It’s a great resource for lesson planning and professional development as well. If your child is learning English as a second language, Brain Pop also offers an English learning program.
Supplement your homeschooler’s science curriculum with free access to The Homeschool Scientist‘s library of resources and study guides covering anatomy, biology, chemistry, and more. Hands-on learning is also made possible through easy home-based experiments.
Khan Academy, a non-profit organization, offers an expansive library of free learning resources like practice exercises and instructional videos which help students study at their own pace and track their progress. There’s something for every level from K-12, covering subjects like math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and language arts.