From couch to college prepared — spring into school-mode with these free resources to keep your teen in tip-top shape for their next move.
- Khan Academy
Free courses on math, arts and humanities, economics, college and career planning, computing, test prep, and more.
Learn languages like Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Arabic, Hindi, or Russian.
- YouTube Learning
YouTube is sharing their love of learning with educational videos on everything from financial spending to democracy, science, and sports.
TEDTalk, but for teens.
- Great Big Story
Cinematic, inspirational stories about unique people from around the world.
- Google Arts & Culture
Search your favorite color shade and find a famous art piece to match. Learn about the history of hoodies, costumes, and the tales behind textiles. Investigate inventions, street art, space, and culture across different counties.
- Adobe Spark
Need to make an exciting project for free? Look no further. Make short videos, social graphics, and web pages with the Adobe spark platform.
Free, high-quality tutorials for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom for your mini photographer or entrepreneur.
Free online classes in leadership and management, photography, productivity, web design and development, animation and illustration, film, music, and more.
- PBS Nova
PBS gives access to high-quality videos on topics like espionage, engineering, Earth, science, and space.
- Code Cademy
If you have a child that’s interested in coding, this website is innovative and informative. Code Cademy is also giving away scholarships to students affected by school closures.
Helpful, age-appropriate parent resources geared towards reading and language arts.
- Youth Speaks
Youth Speaks YouTube Channel highlights the spoken word artistry of teens with something to say.
Creative printable literacy packets for grades 1-12.
We hope you find these resources helpful and that you enjoy your virtual visits!
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