There are a lot of resources for learning various things nowadays. Here is our collection of some sites that offer free online learning for children. In addition to learning online, they can also access some printable worksheets that keep the children learning.
Offers thousands of worksheets, educational games and more. The worksheets are available from preschool to fifth grade, middle school and high school covering various categories like science, mathematics, phonics, science projects, reading, social studies and more.
Khan Academy offers courses for children from the early years all the way through to high school. The free, fun educational program for children ages two to six can also be downloaded.
TIMEforKids.com is loaded with interesting articles, photos, and videos. There are various topics covered; such as the environment, entertainment, sports, and health and much more.
Offers online learning in various areas like Math, Science, Language, Social Studies, Creativity and Logic. Offers lots of printable worksheets, interactive games, arts and crafts activities all online. All games are created by a team of skilled educators and child psychology experts who come together to ensure all the games deliver an enriching and enjoyable learning experience.
Bolo is an App that lets children learn to read with Google. It is designed for primary age children, Bolo helps to improve their English reading skills, by encouraging them to read aloud and giving them instant feedback. The App is engaging and once downloaded works offline.
This is an online resource for children to learn math and language arts from kindergarten to 12th grade.
This is a free online learning platform. Coursera is recommended for older children as well as parents. A course such as Grammar and Punctuation will help your child review English grammar.
Scratch allows you to program your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
It helps young people learn to think creatively and work collaboratively; these are essential skills for life in the 21st century.
Scratch is Free and a project of the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.
Made with Code is an initiative launched by Google. The goal is to empower kids in middle and high schools with computer programming skills. Your child can explore building their own emojis, games and much more here.
This is an interesting and engaging way for your children to learn about the culture of various parts of the world. It has a lot of resources on Nigeria such as Adire and the art of Tie and Dye.
Enjoy using these resources to keep children busy along with regular school work. Do share any other sites you know about.