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Learning from home

If you have children and who are at home right now, there are many ways they can continue to learn online—no matter their age. Here are some helpful resources for helping kids learn at home:

  1. For younger children:​

    1. BrainPop offers all kinds of educational programs for small children. Click here to learn more.

    2. NASA has all kinds of online activities for kids in the NASA Kids Club. Click here to learn more.

  2. For older kids and teenagers:

    1. If your child studies a foreign language in school, they can keep their skills up on DuoLingo, which offers free language instruction in dozens of languages. Click here to learn more.

    2. Your child may want to keep a journal of their time at home. They can practice better writing skills by using Grammarly’s free writing help. Click here to learn more.

    3. Let your kids explore TED Talks or take a course on Lynda to learn more about a topic they’re already interested in.

Most of us have more time at home right now than we expected. Whether you’re working at home, learning at home, playing at home, or some combination of the three, we’re here to support you every step of the way.