Our Top 10 Online Resources for Homeschooling Parents

Updated: Apr 17, 2020

1. IXL

This is the site our Changemaker students use for extra math and literacy practice. This site offers game-like questions in math and literacy that are aligned with the Alberta curriculum. We like how it gives students instant feedback after each question and that most students say it’s a lot of fun.

2. Outschool

Some of our Changemaker teachers are already teaching on this live Zoom-based platform. There are unique interest-based classes offered in every subject for every age group. While you do have to pay for each class you enrol in, they are typically only $5-$15 for 45-min to an hour and the class sizes are small. Most classes are taught by a professional teacher or subject specialist and you can choose from a one-time class or recurring weekly programs. Get $20 of FREE classes by using our invitation link.

3. TED-Ed

This site offers student-focused or student-made TED talks and lessons on a variety of topics.

4. Khan Academy

Khan Academy offers free online lessons and interactive exercises on just about every topic.

5. Exploratorium

The San Francisco children’s science center features a selection of free activities, videos, printables, and interactive online resources on a variety of math and science topics.

6. NASA for Students

The NASA website’s "For Students" section includes a great free catalog of articles, activities, videos, and games for students in grades K–12 on topics related to STEM, aeronautics, and space exploration.

7. Project Gutenberg

45,000 free eBooks, including a large collection of classic children’s literature.

8. Duolingo

A free language app that offers fun and engaging lessons for a variety of languages, including Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, and English.

9. HowtoSmile

More than 3,000 free science and math activities.

10. The Activity Mom

The writers at The Activity Mom are all former teachers. Their blog is a great resource for parents looking for fun and educational activities, especially for toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary age students.

*Special Needs Homeschooling for Neurodiverse Children

This site offers articles, curriculum reviews, and other learning resources for homeschooling kids with autism, ADHD, learning challenges, and other special needs.

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