These resources do not specialize in any one specific subject, but offer activities for a variety of content areas. Here, you find additional educational activities and tools that you can use in math, reading, ELA, science, health, social studies, foreign language, art, music, and much, much more!
TIME for Kids
Described as "Authentic journalism to motivate curious minds," TIME for Kids is published by popular TIME magazine. Their digital library is now FREE for the remainder of the school year. Click on the link below for more information and to access their digital content for students in grades K-6.
PBS Learning Media and Ken Burns in the Classroom
Visit this website to access a large catalog of clips from classic Ken Burns productions! You can also click on SUBJECTS near the top of the page to access a wealth of other online learning resources from PBS Learning Media!
Funbrain.com offers educational games and activities in math, reading, and more for grades K through 8! This site also include digital books and comics, including selections from the popular Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. There are also valuable teacher resources on this site.
At the Academic Skill Builders website, students can practice basic math skills as well as geography, language arts, and typing.
Visit this website for interactive math and language arts activities for students in grades K through 5. This site also offers learning activities relating to different holidays.
Tutpup provides online puzzles and activities to help students practice spelling, times tables, algebra, and other math skills. Students can compete against other learners online while learning these skills.
Braineos is a great online resource for interactive flashcards and games to study vocabulary, foreign languages, science, history, and more!
This website also offers a variety of online resources for students in grades K through 6. In addition to educational games, Gamequarium provides links to videos, eBooks, printable resources, and more!
With student lessons from Typing.com, you can complete interactive keyboarding/typing lessons for FREE! You can also create a free student account to save your progress if you want, but many of the keyboarding lessons are also available without creating an account.
Dance Mat Typing
On this free site, students can practice their typing skills along with a variety of colorful animated animal characters. Students can progress through the four practice levels, play typing games, and take an online typing test on their way to becoming a Keyboard Ninja!
From the Smithsonian Learning Lab, this site allows students to access fast, fun information about courageous heroes, amazing animals, athletic superstars, and much more!
This is a free reference site, just for kids! Students can search and find facts on thousands of subjects such as sports, entertainment, science, history, etc. There is also a section for interactive games and homework help.
This website offers a classroom version for teachers, but parents and students can also access a number of engaging foreign language practice activities and quizzes to hone their skills. To access the free activities that don't require an account, look for the "Try Without Account" symbol in the top left corner of the screen when you visit their page.
Carmen Sandiego Games and Activities
This site, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt invites students to "become expert super-sleuths with these Carmen Sandiego educational resources! From posters to card games to episode guides and more, you'll find everything you need to spark curiosity and inspire your Carmen crew."
PBS Kids: Games
PBS Kids offers a game section where students can practice matching, alphabet, concentration, and other skills with some of their favorite PBS characters.
According to their homepage, "Smarthistory is the most-visited art history resource in the world and the official provider of art history for Khan Academy."
Students of all ages can use Quizlet to create virtual flashcards to help them study for the big test! Students can also take practice quizzes using the content they have uploaded to the site.
This site is excellent for both instructional videos and the practice exercises. Students can work at their own pace and move along sequentially through different subjects in math.
PBS and PDE Present: Learning at Home
Learning at home is a great new collection of resources provided by a partnership between PBS and the PA Department of Education, offering a large variety of educational and entertaining videos, activities, and games to support learning at home. Throughout January and February 2021, they are also offering a six-part webinar series for parents/caregivers. For more information, click on the link below.