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Search online for various topics, all which include many kid-targeted articles, similar to the Kids Discover magazine.
Started as a get math resource with many videos helping to explain topics, Khan Academy has expanded to include many other topics. This is a great free resource.
Coursera offers many great college level classes on a variety of topics. Courses are free but do not qualify for college credit. For a fee, you can receive a certificate of completion (again, not college credit).
With reviews, information on how to play, and more, BoardGameGeek is a valuable resource for families who enjoy games or want to wade into the gaming world.
A Mighty Girl is a wealth of resources from suggestions for books to movies. Celebrating diversity and acceptance, you can find suggestions for all of the children in your life. In addition, the site offers tips on running a book club and has information for parents.
“Don’t just learn civics – play civics! Run for president. Pass new laws. Argue real cases.” iCivics has an interactive online civics game as well as “free resources, tools, and support for informed and engaging civic learning!”
Teaching Tolerance is “dedicated to reducing prejudice, improving intergroup relations and supporting equitable school experiences for our nation’s children.” They “produce an array of anti-bias resources that [they] distribute, free of charge, to educators across the country – award-winning classroom documentaries, lesson plans and curricula, Teaching Tolerance magazine, and more.”
Duolingo is a free online language instruction program with multiple languages available.
Art Projects for Kids is a blog dedicated to helping kids explore creativity through different mediums. If you need some ideas to get you started in art, check out the many projects here for inspiration.
Knitting Help has expertly made videos on how to do various knitting techniques and stitches, giving help for beginners through experienced knitters.
“Letterboxing combines artistic ability with “treasure-hunts” in parks, forests, and cities around the world. Participants seek out hidden letterboxes by cracking codes and following clues.” Get to know the world around you by participating in fun treasure hunts.
Netflix has a wide variety of movies and documentaries. Receive a free two eek trial to check it out. Afterwards, a monthly fee applies.
Secular Homeschool is an online forum for all things related to homeschooling. Interact with others, look up curriculum reviews, or check out the swap area.
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