Learning resources from featured partners

Explore learning resources from our partners to support learning at home.

BBC Bitesize

By BBC

BBC Bitesize is there to support you in your home-schooling needs. There’s plenty of resources to help bring learning to life for your children whilst you’re at home.

Breakthrough Junior Challenge

By Breakthrough Junior Challenge

Breakthrough Junior Challenge brings big scientific ideas to life. For families with children 13-18, choose a concept that’s important to understand but challenging to explain in mathematics, life sciences, or physics. Create a short video (3 min max) to get the idea across in an engaging, illuminating, and imaginative way, and submit by June 25th. There are prizes!

Code.org At Home

By Code.org

Schools may be closed, but there are still plenty of resources to help students study computer science online. Code.org At Home is a list of resources from Code.org and our partners to help students try computer science for the first time or continue their learning!

Wide Open School

By Common Sense Media

Wide Open School is a free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids curated by the editors at Common Sense. There is so much good happening, and Common Sense is gathering great information and organizing it so teachers and families can easily find it and plan each day.

Imagination Library

By Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library is an early childhood book gifting program and has gifted over 133 million free books to children around the world. Founded by Dolly Parton in 1995, the Imagination Library currently mails more than 1.5 million high-quality, age-appropriate books each month.

Be Internet Awesome

By Google

Free game, online safety resources, and activities to help your kids learn to navigate the Internet while they're home from school and on their devices.

Explore the Hidden Worlds of the National Parks

By Google Arts and Culture

The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks takes you on an adventure unlike any other. With park rangers as your guide, experience the sights, sounds, and adventures of Kenai Fjords, Hawai'i Volcanoes, Carlsbad Caverns, Bryce Canyon, and Dry Tortugas in stunning 360° video.

Daily Activity Schedules from Khan Academy

By Khan Academy

There are a lot of hours in the day—hours it may feel difficult to fill with activities for your kids. Which is why Khan Academy has created these sample schedules for students in every grade and in most major subject areas. Follow and modify them however you’d like, based on what’s right for you and your family.

Raise caring kids

By Making Caring Common

Caring for others—and for ourselves—will be more important than ever in the weeks and months ahead. Use Making Caring Common’s activities, tips, and resources to strengthen your relationship with your children and to help them develop empathy, gratitude, and kindness during this time together.

Little Baby Bum Activities

By Moonbug

This channel has been developed for children between the ages of 1- 4yrs old and is loved by both children and parents alike. Little Baby Bum supports social skills, strengthens the bond with parents through song, stimulates vocabulary and memory.

NatGeo@Home

By National Geographic Society

NatGeo@Home combines the enriching educational resources of the National Geographic Society with the fun and informational offerings of National Geographic Kids and Family to create an online hub to help future explorers fill their time and their minds.

Caring for each other

By Sesame Street

Your friends on Sesame Street are here to support you and your family. We understand that these are very stressful times; our daily lives have been disrupted, and we are all coping with uncertainty. As we create a new sense of normalcy, it's important that we take care of ourselves, so that we can best care for our children.

Worlds Largest Lesson

By UNICEF

World's Largest Lesson Live is a 35-minute learning show for teenagers featuring senior UN leaders and teen icons in conversation about things that matter to teens right now: education, health, and activism. Use these follow up activities to extend learning about issues that matter right now.