Virtual Learning ProgramsDescriptionGradesCostSubjectLink
AkelsFrom McGraw-Hill, a web-based assessment and learning system that uses adaptive questioning to determine students’ needs. It also instructs students on topics they are most ready to learn3-12Not FreeMath
Arithmetic FourTwo users play a game in which each player tries to connect four game pieces in a row (like game Connect Four). The players answer math questions to connect the pieces. Teacher chooses how much time each player has to answer, the level of difficulty, and the type of math problem.2–8FreeMath
Art of Problem SolvingAlong with textbooks, Art of Problem Solving has a stable of robust online resources, including videos, math problems from math contests, and online classes. Also features after-school enrichment resources.2–12Not FreeMath
BuzzMathFocuses on helping middle schoolers practice their math skills. It contains high-quality problems, gives immediate and detailed feedback, and lets students progress at their own pace. Randomly generated values let students retry problems to obtain mastery. Teachers also receive detailed results that help them guide and monitor student progress.6–9Free demo with subscription plans for students and families.Math
Coolmath GamesYes, math games can be cool! Check out the hundreds of games on this site and on Coolmath4kids.K-12Free; $ ad-free versionMath
CorbettmathsThis resource from England provides math videos, math practice questions, and worksheets with answersK–12FreeMath
CueThinkThis National Science Foundation–funded program helps students strengthen math skills, inspires a growth mindset, and encourages critical thinking. Students will learn to solve problems and explain their thinking using mathematician George Polya’s four-step approach.K–12Free trialScience
DragonBoxAn award-winning series of math apps that harness the power of digital tools to create a better, deeper, more fun learning experience. Blogs, such as “Making Math Social” and “Saying No to Math Anxiety,” are included as resources for teachers and parents.K–6Free trialMath
DreamBoxAn adaptive learning platform designed to complement classroom instruction and deliver results. Includes resources for teachers, student data reports, and instructive insightsK–8Free 90-day trial with subsequent subscriptions.Math
EdgenuityOnline learning digital curriculum for primary or supplementary instruction. Give students the support they need exactly when they need it.K-12(Discounts during coronavirus school closures)Math
eMathInstructionThis site provides e-textbooks, answer keys, video lessons, and printables for students and teachers of algebra 1 and 2, geometry, and trigonometry.8-12Not FreeMath
Figure This!Figure This! is a site designed to encourage families to practice math together. It includes fun and engaging math games and high-quality challenges. It even offers challenges in Spanish.6-8FreeMath
First in MathWe love the friendly competition and game-based content offered by First in Math. Kids gain skills practice and fluency as they play games targeted toward fact proficiency, automaticity, and logical thinking.K-8Free trial with subsequent paid contentMath
Freckle EducationAllows kids to practice math at their own level and pace. Has more than 30,000 math questions, starting with a diagnostic that assigns material at just the right level. Front Row also features lessons, assessments, and reports for teachers.K-9Free for teachers; $ for upgrades and other featuresMath
FunbrainFunbrain has been helping students learn key math concepts and develop crucial skills since 1997. Students can choose from a slew of games. The best part? It’s all free!K-8FreeAll Subjects
GregTangMathGregTangMath strives to provide unparalleled math lessons for students as well as professional development for in-service teachers. Games, puzzles, and other resources, like free downloads, worksheets/word problems, math
Homeschool ResourcesA small collection of anti-oppressive, anti-racist homeschool curriculum ideas and resources for families impacted by closures caused by the coronavirus. Please note, this is not a comprehensive list AT ALL, but a start that may help you out. This list is not curated, and crowdsourced from families who are using these resources. As always, stay safe and healthy.K-12FreeAll SubjectsHomeschool Resources
HotmathHotmath provides homework assistance for high school and college students, using “worked out” examples of math problems.9-CollegeMath
IlluminationsThis site, from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), features complete lesson plans, mobile games for students, interactive activities, and brain teasersK–12FreeMath
Illustrative MathHigh-quality educational resources for teachers and students. Excellent math tasks, videos, lesson plans, and problem-based curriculum modules.6-8FreeMath
Informational Gudie for ParentsAn essential guide that will help guide parents on how to us google classroomK-12FreeAll Subjects2020 Parent's Guide To Google Classroom
Jefferson LabYour students will love fun math games like Speed Math Deluxe, Mystery Math, Place Value Game, and more.3-11FreeMath
Khan Academyhan Academy is on a mission to give a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Their personalized learning resources are available for all ages. Video learning segments are followed by practice activities.K-12FreeMath
LearnZillionCloud-based curriculum for K–12 students, focusing on supporting both traditional and blended classrooms.K-12Free; $ premium versionMath
MangahighA popular game-based site for math online learning resources. It covers algebra, geometry, statistics, and more. Grades K-12; cost: Free during the coronavirus school closures.K-12FreeMath
Math CentralRun by the University of Regina in Canada, this site offers free resources for math teachers and their students, including a database where users can search for the answers to math questions. Their Mathematics with a Human Face page includes information about careers in mathematics as well as profiles of mathematicians.K-12FreeMath
Math Game TimeOrganized by grade or subject, your students can play math games and get homework help. Grades: PreK–7; cost: FreePerK-7FreeAll Subjects
Math PlaygroundMore than 425 math games, logic puzzles, and brain workouts for students to practice their math skills. Grades: 1–6; cost: Free1-6FreeMath
MATHHelpIn-depth lessons with videos, guided practice, interactive self-tests, and more. Grades: 5–12; cost: Free5-12FreeMath
MathleticsOnline learning space that is engaging, supportive, and designed to get kids interested in math while teaching state standards.K-12Free trial for teachers and families; $ subscriptionMath
Mr.N365Nearly 100 original math games, workshops, and practice modules, as well as math printables! Grades: 1–6; cost: Free1-6Math
Special Needs for Special KidsThis site is now the home for a REMOTE LEARNING experience for our students with moderate and severe disabilities. Until this current crisis ends, this site will be a source for quality lessons and activities for teachers and parents to utilize.All AgesFreeRemote Learning
Virtual Field TripsPerfect for K-8 social studies students, this site includes curriculum content, online learning videos and quizzes along with a list of the corresponding national and state Standards.K-8FreeSocial Studies
Kids Discover OnlineChoose articles based on reading level, so you can use these articles for various age and skillsets. Schools and districts closed due to the outbreak can request free unlimited access to Kids Discover Online.6-12FreeELASign Up for Free Access
HippocampusThis free, core academic website delivers videos, animations, and simulations for middle-school and high-school students.6-12FreeAll Subjects
Horrible Histories BBCThis pick for best social studies websites allows students to “watch episodes, play games, and sing along to your favourite Horrible Histories songs!”6-12FreeSocial Studies
iCivicsiCivics provides tools to help students learn about civic life. Teachers and students can access printable lesson plans, interactive digital tools, and award-winning games.6-12FreeSocial Studies
National Constitution CenterEstablished by Congress, this interactive website provides free online resources for remote students of all ages who are learning more about the Constitution.6-12FreeSocial Studies
ScratchScratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.8-16 years oldFreeCoding
CourseraOffering more than 1,000 courses from 119 institutions, there are a number of free introductory programming courses in various specializations from universities. This lends itself as a very versatile and valuable tool in learning code.(Age May Vary)
Free Code CampHTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Databases, React.js, Node.js, and others can be learned by joining this nonprofit’s community of students and professionals. Work together on coding skills and work to build apps for free and help this non-profit organization.(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
edXAnother leading online-learning platform that is open source, edX was founded by Harvard University and MIT, so you can trust you’ll learn cutting-edge skills and theories from the 50+ schools included in their material.(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
Khan AcademyOne of the original free online-learning institutions, with step-by-step video tutorials, kids can learn to program using JavaScript and ProcessingJS, or learn to create webpages using HTML and CSS with content designed specifically to help new coders.(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
UdemyUdemy is an online learning platform used to improve or learn new skills. With plenty of free programming courses taught via video lessons, such as Python Frameworks, APIs, HTML, CSS, + Payments, this site is a convenient option for advancing your abilities(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
AGupieWare (ages vary)An independent app developer that created a curriculum based on the free courses offered by Stanford, MIT, Carnegie Mellon, Berkeley and Columbia, this program is broken into 15 courses ranging in complexity and focus. Perfect for anyone looking to expand their qualifications.(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
GitHubWhile this may not be the first site you think of when wanting to learn how to code, it is definitely worth mentioning! GitHub allows students to collaborate on cool projects and look at the projects of other individuals for reference.(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
MIT Open CoursewareThe Massachusetts Institute of Technology has publicly available courses for a multitude of subjects, including programming. You get the chance to sit in programming classes from a very prestigious university!(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
Hack PledgeHack Pledge connects mentors and mentees with each other so that young programmers can learn and grow from experienced individuals.(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
BitDegreeAs one of the most popular eLearning platforms out there, BitDegree offers a multitude of fun computer science courses!(Age May Vary)FreeComputer Science
NASANASA wants to help the kids all over the country who are out of school and cooped up at home. The agency posted tutorials on different STEM activities you and your children can do at home. The activities range from building a moon habitat, or your own edible spacecraft to different puzzles and even different rockets you can build in your backyard. The great thing is, a lot of the materials are things you probably already have at home--- like straws, paper clips, and tape.K-4FreeSTEM
Inclusive TeachThere are many options for home learning packs and ideas for children who can access worksheets and online teaching resources. Sensory learners need sensory learning ideas. Preferably simple and free ones. This list of 150 (ish) ideas should give you some ideas to try at home, EYFS settings and classrooms. You may also like our post on Scavenger hunts for children at home.
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Math PlanetMath planet is an online resource where one can study math for free. Take our high school math courses in Pre-algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry. We have also prepared practice tests for the SAT and ACT.14-18FreeMath
Ted-EdTED-Ed Originals short, animated videos that are designed spark the curiosity of learners everywhere. These TED-Ed free lessons include questions and additional resources. Students can join TED-Ed Clubs in order to work together to discuss and celebrate creative ideas.(Age May Vary)FreeAll Subjects
TypingImprove typing skills and prepare your students for the future with our comprehensive curriculum and typing games. is, and always will be, free.(Age May Vary)FreeWriting
Virtual SCVirtual SC is a free state-sponsored online program serving students currently attending public, private and home schools in grades 7-12 and Adult Education Programs. VirtualSC offers free rigorous online courses aligned to state standards that are developed and taught by Highly Qualified, SC licensed teachers.12-18FreeAll Subjects
Code AcademyCodecademy is an education company. But not one in the way you might think. We’re committed to building the best learning experience inside and out, making Codecademy the best place for our team to learn, teach, and create the online learning experience of the future.(Age May Vary)FreeCoding
Prep FactoryWatch hours and hours of in-depth, high-quality SAT and ACT instruction from some of the best instructors in America for FREE at!(Age May Vary)FreeTest Prep
Varsity TutorsExplore the Varsity Learning Tools free diagnostic tests for Science to determine which academic concepts you understand and which ones require your ongoing attention. Each Science problem is tagged down to the core, underlying concept that is being tested. The Science diagnostic test results highlight how you performed on each area of the test. You can then utilize the results to create a personalized study plan that is based on your particular area of need.HSFreeScience
Science BuddiesOver 1200 free science projects searchable by subject, difficulty, time, cost and materials.(Age May Vary)FreeScience
Union Test PrepPractice Tests, Study Guides, and Flashcards for the SAT exam.(Age May Vary)FreeTest Prep
Open Culture Online CoursesOpen Culture’s list features courses from England, Australia, Wales and many state universities around the United States. A very helpful resource for finding many courses in one area of study.(Age May Vary)FreeVaries
UdemyUdemy’s free courses are similar in concept to Coursera’s but additionally allows users to build custom courses from lessons. Working with many top professors and schools, the site mixes the customizable platform of other sites with a heavy emphasis on top quality content. This is another site however, that mixes free and paid content.(Age May Vary)Free/Paid ContentVaries
Academic Earth Another site with courses from many different schools is Academic Earth. Much like the three sites above, Academic Earth brings together top notch courses from many different sources, and focuses on offering a wide variety of subjects. Academic Earth lists courses by subject and school, so it might be easier to find what you’re looking for.(Age May Vary)FreeVaries
AlisonUnlike the previous sites on this lists, Alison is a free education site offering certification in some areas. Alison offers courses mainly in business, technology, and health, but also includes language learning courses. It’s a great option if users need certification for their learning as Alison also offers school curriculum courses.(Age May Vary)FreeVariety of Subjects + Certifications
iTunesU Free CoursesA very convenient place for free online education is iTunesU, because it integrates seamlessly with your iPod, or any app-ready Apple mobile device. On iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, users download the iTunesU app.Desktop users can access iTunesU on the upper right hand corner of the iTunes Store. iTunesU is also convenient because the store is categorized much like iTunes. Users can search learning materials in many different ways, including genre and topic. However, courses are often a mix of free podcasts or videos, and paid content. ITunesU does include courses on a pretty wide scope of topics, but does not integrate with Android, Google or Windows mobile devices.(Age May Vary)FreeVaries
Stanford OnlineYour hub for all the online offerings from Stanford University, Stanford Online offers self-paced and session based courses. While Coursera features some courses from Stanford, many classes are only available via other hosts. Some courses require iTunes, but most are completed in your web browser.(Age May Vary)FreeVaries
UC Berkeley Class CentralMuch like the other schools on this list, UC Berkeley has a variety of free online education options. The school has slightly fewer courses than the schools above, but includes some supplementary lectures, webcasts and RSS Feeds, making it easy to keep up with the topics you choose.(Age May Vary)FreeVaries
Open Yale CoursesOpen Yale Courses echoes Harvard Extension and Stanford Online, in that it offers only courses from Yale. While the site is similarly limited to topics taught at the school, Open Yale Courses offers a lot of videos of actual campus lectures. The availability of videos makes the site a great option if you’re looking for quality courses, but learn better by watching than by reading.(Age May Vary)FreeVaries
Carnegie Mellon Open Learning InitiativeCarnegie Mellon’s free online education site is comparable with the other school’s on this list, however, Open Learning Initiative also covers a smaller range of topics. But for the topics that are covered impressive, in-depth material is available.(Age May Vary)Most are freeVaries
Code Code is another website focused on coding and app writing. A site with high quality courses, Code also features learning options for kids. In addition to kid friendly courses, Code offers free online education classes on a wide variety of technology topics. These classes include app writing, robotics and Javascript.All gradesFreeCoding
University of London PodcastsThe podcast page on the University of London website is another great source for free education. While the courses are limited to podcasts, the site features podcasts from it’s own campus, as well as eleven universities in and around London. This gives learners a wide base of topics and lectures, but still ensures in-depth material.HSFreeVaries
Universitoy of Oxford PodcastSimilar to the University of London, the University of Oxford features many different podcasts. Most are public lecture series or lectures from visiting professors, with several different recordings available. The advantage to this particular site is that podcasts are organized into series, making it easy to subscribe to multiple lectures on one topic. Another good site for thoroughly in-depth lectures.HSFreeVaries
BBC PodcastsFor the more casual learner, the BBC offers a wide variety of podcasts on many different topics. Most podcasts are updated weekly, and focus on everything from finance, to sports, to current events. Through the World Service line of podcasts, there are also many in different languages. The focus of these podcasts are less in-depth and theory based, which may be more accessible to the average person.HSFreeVaries
MemriseAnother impressive free online education site offering ease of use and convenience is Memrise. Available both on desktop and as an app, Memrise is a particularly powerful tool if you are studying a language. The site encompasses many other topics as well, though some of the course material is user generated content. Part of what makes Memrise special is their integration of games into the learning materials, mixing learning with entertainment.HSFreeLanguages
National Geographic KidsThe kids site for National Geographic is another site that makes free online education applicable for younger users. For those looking for kid friendly education, a large variety of games, puzzles, videos and photos keeps kids interested on this site.6-13FreeScience
WhyvilleSimilar to the sites for kids free online education is Whyville a destination for preteen online learning. The site includes a variety of social features, with a focus on learning materials geared for young teens. Whyville also mixes in educational games, to make the site a well rounded option for kids too old for simple games, but too young for heavy reading based material.

ABCmouse Early Learning Academy This comprehensive program covers a wide variety of subjects for students aged 2-8 (Pre-K through second grade). It offers more than 850 self-guided lessons across 10 levels. A companion program focuses on teaching English as a second language for this age group.2-8FreeVaries
Adventure academyhis MMO game gives kids something other online learning resources may lack: a sense of community. Students up to age 13 play games to learn across a range of topics (math, reading, social studies, science, and more), while also creating their own online persona and interacting with others in the game. 6-13FreeVaries
BoddleBoddle is a math platform for 1-6th grade that makes learning fun and personalized. Teachers and parents are able to track student progress remotely and quickly identify learning gaps. 6-11FreeVaries
Boreal Tales Boreal Tales is a literary and artistic creation platform designed to motivate school students to write. Aimed at Grades 1-8, Boreal Tales also allows teachers to track student progress and give specific, personalized feedback.6-13FreeWriting
Brain Pop BrainPop offers in-depth learning on topics across the curriculum for upper elementary and middle school students. Each topic includes videos, quizzes, related reading, and even coding activities. Teachers have access to planning and tracking resources too. They also offer BrainPop Jr., specially designed for younger kids.9-13FreeVaries
Breakout EDUBreakout EDU uses online games to bring the fun of escape rooms to learning across the elementary curriculum.ElementaryFreeVaries
Character TreeThe Character Tree is a character education video subscription series for K-2 students that highlight positive character traits, exemplified by prominent figures.K-2FreeVaries
Classroom ChampionsA nonprofit and charity, Classroom Champions connects volunteer Olympians, Paralympians, Student-Athletes, and Professional Athletes to K-8 classrooms through a social and emotional based curriculum and mentorship experience.k-8FreeVaries
CreositySpace CreositySpace is a unique inquiry-based, learner-directed science curriculum that connects ALL K-5 students to science and capitalizes on their creativity and curiosity at a time when they ask, “What do I want to do when I grow up?”k-5Freescience
Curriculum AssociatesCurriculum Associates is offering printable activity packs and guidance for educators and student families to support learning at home. The content, which is available for Grades K-8 for both reading and math, comes in both English and Spanish.k-8FreeMath and reading
ElementariTurn writing assignments into something amazing with the illustrations, animations, and sound effects available. Kids can even write their own choose-your-own-adventure story!k-8FreeWriting
FabuLingua FabuLingua teaches Spanish through interactive stories on mobile phones and tablets. Their unique method is designed to introduce the new language in a way that subconsciously develops the child’s ear, comprehension and reading skills. They offer a new charming interactive story from Latin America or Spain every month, along with associated games and a Magic Sticker Book where they get to create their own compositions.k-8FreeLanguages
GfletchyThese online learning resources for younger students are easily differentiated for students of different ability levels. k-8FreeVaries
Head2MindMath and literacy content for kids in grades K-5, designed to engage kids without support from parents.k-5FreeWriting and STEM
HeadsproutAn online K–5 reading program that adapts to the needs of the individual student. It is self-paced, which makes it ideal for at-home practice.k-5Free until of school yearReadingHeadsprout
iCOmputeThis program is designed to teach elementary-aged kids the computer skills they need. It’s specifically aligned to learning standards in the UK, but the skills apply to students everywhere.1-5th gradeFree for schools closed due to COVID-19Computers
LalioThey offer a K-2 literacy program, with a strong focus on phonics and comprehension.k-2Freewriting
LiterablyLiterably is a K-8 online reading assessment that has normed graders score running records online.k-8Free assesmentsreading
MentalUpMentalUP is a UK-based award-winning scientific-educational application containing cognitive learning games for K-8 learners.k-8Freescience
MobymaxThis popular differentiated learning site provides instruction across a wide array of elementary subjects. Teachers and districts can receive online training on effectively using the site.k-8Freevaries
Musical explorersA free music curriculum from Carnegie Hall, Musical Explorers is a one-stop shop for all the resources you need to bring cultural diversity to your classroom—through real artists who share authentic music from their cultures.k-8Freemusic
Mystery scienceMystery Science offers digital video mini-lessons for science subjects K-5. k-5Freescience
NewselaAuthentic content turned into learning materials that are classroom-ready for teachers of all subjects and grades.k-12Freevaries