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Spring into School-Mode with these Free Resources for Elementary Students

Spring into School-mode with these Free Resources for your Little Learners!

Everything Elementary

  • National Geographic Kids
    Find fun fill in the blanks for your children to create their own stories! This Nat Geo site provides quizzes, amazing animal videos, science experiments, and educational explorations like US states, science, and space.
  • PBS Kids
    Bold and bright curriculum-based entertainment for your little ones in elementary school. Free educational games, videos, and stories.
  • Sesame Street
    Sesame Street saves the day with family fun activities, games, videos, storytime, sing-alongs, and coloring worksheets.
  • tinkergarten
    At-home weekly activities to promote active learning, thinking, and social and emotional skills for kids zero to eight.
  • Funbrain
    Free worksheets, videos, and games for grades pre-K –8.
  • Scholastic Learn at Home
    Scholastic is helping you take things one day at a time with daily lessons, and thought-provoking activities and articles, among other resources for grades pre-K-9.


  • Math Games
    Test your children’s math skills with free, interactive games, and worksheets made for each elementary grade level.
  • Bedtime Math
    Engaging math activities to keep your kids learning and active at home.

Language Arts

  • ReadWriteThink
    Age-appropriate after school, classroom, and parent resources geared towards reading and language arts.
  • Biblionasium
    A safe, fun, free social reading community for ages 6-13; think book club for kids (but better).



  • Metropolitan Museum of Art Kids
    Explore 5,000 years of art around the world. Find hidden treasures, fun facts, Q & A videos, and hop in the time machine to learn geography and art from different eras.
  • Mystery Science
    Full and mini science lessons for your elementary school-aged children. Digital and hands-on activities for grades K -5. Topics range from “why do woodpeckers peck wood to “How do things glow in the dark?”
  • Crash Course Kids
    Fifth-grade science videos gone virtual (and viral).



We hope you find these free resources helpful and that you enjoy your virtual visits!