By request, I created a list of (free) online educational resources for parents as they spend more time at home with their school-aged children. I majored in Elementary Education in college and dreamed of being a teacher since the second grade. Life took me in another direction, but I will always will have a passion for kids and the classroom. New to my website? Read about my journey.
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This Google Doc lists HUNDREDS of websites with great descriptions of what you’ll find on those pages. There’s also a column depicting which age group it caters towards. Best of all, there are no ads.
Help me add to this list! Send me a note with an online resource you and your kids love. Thanks to Katie for the inspiration to help me start this list.
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