Teacher and Family Resources
Breakout EDU Digital Learning Games
At Home STEM Activities
Busy Teacher Printable Worksheets and Lesson Plans
CK-12 The Smarter Way to Learn
Common Core Sheets Worksheets for All Subjects and Ages
CommonLit Reading Passages and Literacy Resources
E Reading Worksheets Reading Worksheets
Easy Teacher Worksheets Printables for All Subjects and Ages
Education.comWorksheets and Printables
Epic! Digital Library for Kids 12 and Under
Good2Learn Online Math and English Lessons
Great Schools Worksheets for Preschool through 5th Grade
Helping with Math Printable Math Resources for K-8
Home Spelling Words Spelling Worksheets
Homeschool Math Math Worksheets
IXL Personalized Learning with Comprehensive Pre-K-12 Curriculum and More
JumpStart Printable Worksheets for All Subjects and Ages
K5 Learning Reading and Math for K-5
K12 Reader Reading Instruction Resources, Printables, and Articles
Kidzone Worksheets for Children
Khan Academy Online Courses, Lessons, and Practice
Math-Aids Dynamically Created Math Worksheets
Math is Fun Math Worksheets
Mystery Science Open-and-Go Lessons that Inspire Kids to Love Science
Prodigy Math Learning Platform
School Express Worksheet Generator and Teacher Created Materials for All Ages
Science4Us Worksheets, Printables, and Hands-On Science Activities for K-2
ScienceWerkz® Download Middle School Interactive Science Content
SoftSchools Printable Math and Phonics Worksheets, Math Games, and Grammar Quizzes
Spelling Words Printable Spelling Worksheets
Super Teacher Worksheets Worksheets for All Subjects
TeAchnology Printable Worksheets for K-12
TLS Books Educational Worksheets for Preschool through 6th Grade
Twinkl Interactive Activities and More
VidCode Hour of Code
Vooks A World of Animated Storybooks
Elementary (Grades K-5) Online Learning Resources
These sites have ready-to-use lesson plans and activities for a vast amount of subjects for younger students.
ABCmouse Early Learning Academy
What It Is: This comprehensive program covers a wide variety of subjects for students aged 2-8 (Pre-K through second grade). It offers more than 850 self-guided lessons across 10 levels. A companion program focuses on teaching English as a second language for this age group.
What They’re Offering: ABCmouse for Teachers and ABCmouse for Schools are always free for all schools and teachers in the U.S. In another country? Contact them here to see what they offer if you’re closed due to COVID-19/coronavirus.
What It Is: This MMO game gives kids something other online learning resources may lack: a sense of community. Students up to age 13 play games to learn across a range of topics (math, reading, social studies, science, and more), while also creating their own online persona and interacting with others in the game.
What They’re Offering: In addition to their usual 30-day free trial, Age of Learning is offering Adventure Academy free to schools closed due to the outbreak.
What It Is: BrainPop offers in-depth learning on topics across the curriculum for upper elementary and middle school students. Each topic includes videos, quizzes, related reading, and even coding activities. Teachers have access to planning and tracking resources too. They also offer BrainPop Jr., specially designed for younger kids.
What They’re Offering: All schools get free access to their COVID-19/coronavirus online learning resources for talking to students about the topic. Any school closed due to the outbreak can receive free unlimited use of BrainPOP during their closure.
What It Is: Breakout EDU uses online games to bring the fun of escape rooms to learning across the elementary curriculum.
What They’re Offering: They’ve put together a list of free online games kids can play at home.
What It Is: Turn writing assignments into something amazing with the illustrations, animations, and sound effects available. Kids can even write their own choose-your-own-adventure story!
What They’re Offering: Schools affected by COVID-19/coronavirus can get free access until May 2020 or the school reopens.
What It Is: These online learning resources for younger students are easily differentiated for students of different ability levels.
What They’re Offering: Adaptive math and ELA courses are always available for free for teachers and students.
What It Is: This program is designed to teach elementary-aged kids the computer skills they need. It’s specifically aligned to learning standards in the UK, but the skills apply to students everywhere.
What They’re Offering: iCompute is offering free access to their programs for schools anywhere that are closed due to COVID-19/coronavirus.
Kids Discover Online
What It Is: This library of science and social studies articles allows differentiation by reading level, so you can use these articles for various age and skill levels.
What They’re Offering: Schools and districts closed due to the outbreak can request free unlimited access to Kids Discover Online here.
What It Is: This popular differentiated learning site provides instruction across a wide array of elementary subjects. Teachers and districts can receive online training on effectively using the site.
What They’re Offering: All K-8 schools closed due to COVID-19/coronavirus can receive free access to a comprehensive curriculum through MobyMax. Learn more here.
What It Is: Mystery Science offers digital video mini-lessons for science subjects K-5.
What They’re Offering: Mystery Science is always free, but they’ve put together a special list of lessons grade-by-grade that are perfect for tackling remotely.
What It Is: Authentic news content turned into learning materials that are classroom-ready.
What They’re Offering: Newsela has put together content for teachers to prepare for distance learning.
What It Is: PebbleGo offers safe, interactive online research resources on topics selected by their teachers for students K-3.
What They’re Offering: Schools can get free access to PebbleGo during closures.
What It Is: Get game-based learning in math for kids from first to eighth grade. The site offers lots of how-to articles to make your distance learning effective and fun.
What They’re Offering: The basic Prodigy site is always free.
What It Is: This British company’s site hosts games and creative learning opportunities for elementary level math, spelling, and writing. Teachers can set daily tasks for students, create a blog, and find other ways to communicate.
What They’re Offering: Purple Mash is offering free access for schools closed due to the outbreak for the duration of their closure. Find out more about using Purple Mash When School is Closed.
What It Is: ReadingIQ is a comprehensive digital library offering books, magazines, comics, and more for kids from ages 2-12. It’s a smart replacement for library time right now and makes it possible for teachers to monitor what and how much their students are reading.
What They’re Offering: Age of Learning is offering ReadingIQ free to schools closed due to the outbreak.
What It Is: Scholastic created the Scholastic Learn at Home website to provide students with approximately 20 days worth of learning journeys that span various content areas. Students get approximately three hours of learning opportunities per day, including projects based on articles and stories, virtual field trips, reading and geography challenges, and more.
What They’re Offering: This service is free and limits printing materials for those who don’t have adequate access.
What It Is: Tynker offers a complete online computer coding curriculum for students K-8. Teachers can get free lessons, projects, and more on the site.
What They’re Offering: Schools impacted by COVID-19/coronavirus can get free access to Tynker’s complete curriculum, including online professional development courses for teachers.
What It Is: Missing storytime already? Vooks is a kid-safe online streaming library of read-aloud animated storybooks.
What They’re Offering: Vooks is offering a free one-year membership to all teachers.
Junior High and High School (Grades 6-12) Online Learning Resources
Use these ready-to-implement resources in your virtual classrooms for older learners.
What It Is: Albert is an online practice and assessment resource for core topics grades 6-12. Teachers can assign modules and track student progress. Albert’s online learning resources include practice questions for a wide variety of AP programs too. It’s best used as a companion to other online teaching methods like web conferencing since it’s meant to review information students have already been learning.
What They’re Offering: In addition to their 30-day free pilot program, schools closed due to the outbreak can get a free extended pilot for as long as the closure lasts.
What It Is: This is a terrific resource for middle school and high school science teachers. Each issue provides a new collection of articles on chemistry topics that students will find engaging and relatable. The back-issue online library offers interesting downloadable articles on all sorts of chemistry-related topics, while the Teacher’s Guides help you direct your students as they learn from their reading.
What They’re Offering: These online learning resources are always free for everyone
What It Is: DeltaMath is a website that allows teachers to assign math practice content to their students from middle school through AP calculus. Students get immediate feedback as they complete the problems.
What They’re Offering: DeltaMath is always free.
What It Is: Find more than 7,000 videos in 13 subject areas to share with your students. Teachers can set up playlists for their students too.
What They’re Offering: HippoCampus is always free to use.
What It Is: Mangahigh is a popular game-based site for math online learning resources. It covers algebra, geometry, statistics, and more.
What They’re Offering: Mangahigh is offering free full access to any school shut down during the outbreak.
What They’re Offering: Schools can get access to VidCode’s course for free until at least May 2020.
K-12 Online Learning Resources
These sites have lesson plans and activities ready to go on a variety of subjects for any grade.
What It Is: Century was designed as an intervention tool to identify and remedy gaps in a student’s education. It uses artificial intelligence to tailor the learning experience to the learner, much like an actual teacher in the classroom would.
What They’re Offering: Schools closed due to the outbreak can get free access to Century’s online learning resources.
What It Is: This collection of online learning resources covers pretty much every topic. Lessons include reading, activities, videos, and more to engage students. They also have free online textbooks.
What They’re Offering: CK-12 is always free for all users. Teachers can check it out here.
What It Is: ClassHook offers quality media clips on every conceivable topic. Pre-curated playlists make it easier to find what you need for the subject at hand.
What They’re Offering: Basic access is always free. Schools closed due to COVID-19/coronavirus can also get free access to ClassHook Premium.
What It Is: This site offers literary and non-fiction reading passages for grades 3-12. Teachers can assign reading and follow-up questions, and track student progress.
What They’re Offering: CommonLit always offers free accounts for teachers to use with their students.
What It Is: Curriki provides teacher-vetted, open-resource lesson plans and materials on a wide array of subjects. It’s a good place to find online learning resources for students to use at home.
What They’re Offering: Curriki is always free to use.
What It Is: Discovery Education provides online textbooks, multimedia content, and professional development support for virtual classrooms and teachers.
What They’re Offering: U.S. schools can receive free access to Discovery Education Experience through the end of the school year.
What It Is: EP Classroom provides a wide range of customizable online learning experiences. Their site notes that teachers in China and other affected areas have already been using their resources with great success for the last few weeks.
What They’re Offering: This platform is free for all users.
What It Is: EVERFI offers courses for K-12 on real-world topics like mental health, financial planning, career readiness, and more.
What They’re Offering: These courses are always free for educators and students
Free Math App
What It Is: This no-frills site requires students to show their work on math problems, step-by-step. When it’s time to grade, you can take a look at their work to see exactly where things went wrong and correct problems quickly.
What They’re Offering: As the title says, this site is always free for teachers and students.
What It Is: Turn learning into a game when you create online quizzes and learning experiences. Use their extensive question bank, plus upload your own as needed.
What They’re Offering: Gamilab is always free for everyone.
What It Is: Watch a video on a subject, then use the teacher guide for discussion, take a quiz, or use the other online learning resources provided.
What They’re Offering: Izzit’s online courses are free. Teachers and students can sign up for a free account here.
What It Is: Do you Kahoot? Teachers have loved this fun online quiz game platform for years. Here’s why we’re into it.
What They’re Offering: Kahoot! Basic is free for educators and students, but they’re also currently offering their Premium distance learning tools for free.
What It Is: Kami is a PDF and document annotation app for schools. Think of it like digital pen and paper for interacting with your students.
What They’re Offering: Kami is offering free access to schools closed due to the outbreak.
What It Is: Khan Academy is well-known for providing an incredibly wide range of lessons for students at every level. Chances are you’ll find at least some of what you need for your virtual classroom here.
What They’re Offering: Khan Academy is always free for all users.
What It Is: Kognity has turned traditional textbooks into interactive online experiences with videos, animations, and automatically-corrected assessments.
What They’re Offering: Kognity is offering free access for all schools closed due to COVID-19/coronavirus.
What It Is: Listenwise teaches students to be better listeners, using podcasts and comprehension questions and quizzes.
What They’re Offering: Any school closed due to the outbreak can get access to Listenwise Premium for free.
What It Is: This is the only online learning management system for teaching music at all age levels. Band practice might be off the table for now, but students can still work on theory, notation, sight-reading and more.
What They’re Offering: If your school is closed due to COVID-19/coronavirus, you can receive free access to the entire MusicFirst system for the duration.
What It Is: Choose from a wide range of prepared interactive lessons for all grade levels, or create your own if you can’t find what you need. Assess students on the spot and get real-time feedback from them too.
What They’re Offering: Schools closed due to the outbreak can request free access to Nearpod.
PBS Learning Media
What It Is: This site uses curated PBS videos along with lesson plans, interactive materials, and more to cover lots of subjects in an engaging fashion.
What They’re Offering: PBS Learning Media is always free for teachers.
What It Is: Schools that have already closed for weeks note that students quickly become lonely outside the classroom. PenPal Schools not only lets you engage your own students, but those from around the world, on a wide variety of subjects.
What They’re Offering: PenPal Schools is free. Learn how to sign up here.
What It Is: Rozzy Learning has engaging lesson plans and other resources for science, social studies, math, and STEM for K-8th grade.
What They’re Offering: Free lessons for teachers during school closures. A specific list of lessons have been designated for virtual learning.
What It Is: Seterra offers online geography quizzes. You can also create your own custom quizzes.
What They’re Offering: Seterra is free to use. Schools affected by COVID-19/coronavirus can get 6 months of Seterra bonus features for free.
Slido for Education
What It Is: This brand-new virtual classroom platform integrates PowerPoint, Zoom video webinars, and Slido quizzes into one streamlined package.
What They’re Offering: Slide is offering free access to its Advanced Education package for students and teachers until July 1, 2020.
SMART Learning Suite
What It Is: SMART Learning Suite is a virtual classroom platform that easily integrates everything you already have on Google Drive or in Microsoft documents. You can add videos and other online resources as needed.
What They’re Offering: Teachers and students can access SMART Learning Suite for free for the rest of the school year.
What It Is: These online learning resources are specifically for those who teach French, Spanish, and ESL. Students get audio and video, interactive writing and speaking exercises, and more.
What They’re Offering: Schools closed due to the outbreak can get free access to Voces Digital for their teachers and students until June 30, 2020. Contact them here.