Online Education Resources for Kids
March 18, 2020

Contributor: Courtyard Private School

With all the school closures due to Covid-19, here are some resources that we’ve shared with our Courtyard parents.

Free Online Education Resources:  

Scholastic has launched a “Learn at Home” website with ‘day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.’

Other websites like Khan Academy, National Geographic Kids, ST Math and Duolingo, also offer free online courses. is offering free worksheets for preschool through 5th grade students and if you are looking for material about the coronavirus, BrainPop offers free access to their COVID-19/coronavirus online learning courses. 

Skype a Scientist is another interactive approach to learning. The service matches families to a scientist for a live video Q&A session.

Virtual Field Trips: 

Explore the world without leaving your home with the help of virtual field trips: 

Guggenheim Museum 

Van Gogh Museum 

The Louvre 

Houston Zoo live animal cameras

The Great Wall of China

Boston Children’s Museum 

Family Time

Family Time:

Having a designated time to play is also important during your time at home with your children. A puzzle or craft project could be a fun activity for all but staying physically active is also crucial.  

Cosmic Kids Yoga is a YouTube channel that will encourage your kids to get up and get moving while teaching them mindfulness and relaxation.

Courtyard School

Courtyard Private School offers an impressive academic summer camp program for kids. Their experienced, caring, and professional staff provides your children with the opportunity to have fun and continue learning throughout the summer. Courtyard offers engaging indoor and outdoor activities organized around weekly themes and onsite events tailored appropriately for each age group.

You can also read more of our Things To Do category posts or our health category.

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