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Whether you’re homeschooling your kids or simply looking to elevate screen time – here are some educational, fun and FREE online resources your kids will love.
The Henry Ford is on of Michigan’s most prominent learning institutions and for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis it is making its Innovate curriculum available to the public for FREE. Innovate, geared toward middle school and high school students, is a four-course, self-paced program of studies that connects the core disciplines of STEAM and humanities together through digital content and activities.
Help your kids build on their reading, math, and logic skills with fun learning games for kids pre-K to 6th grade.
BrainPOP is a great resource for you and your littles to stay informed and on-track with free access during school closures. With programs for kindergartners and up (available in 3 languages) that teach kids in an engaging way through animated videos and interactive activities. Start your BrainPOP adventures by checking out the Motown lesson plan.
Math can be hard, Coolmath makes it fun with games that let kids practice everything from basic addition to pre-calculus.
Why can’t we feel the Earth spinning? Why do our bodies make methane? Highlights magazine has been answering kids most pressing questions for decades. Find answers, games and activities all available for free.
Scholastic offers daily themed lesson plans for kids pre-K to 9th grade. Pick a theme and follow along with the reading, video and activities.
Access the TIME for Kids media library for free for the rest of the year. The magazine has content for kids in kindergarten to 6th grade.
About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..