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7 Free Resources for Homeschooling During COVID-19

7 Free Resources for Homeschooling During COVID-19

Struggling with homeschooling during the COVID-19 pandemic? You’re not alone. Trying to manage your full-time job, household chores, and homeschooling can be overwhelming. But thankfully, many businesses are sharing material that can help ease the burden a bit.

Having a place set aside in your home for learning and a schedule may help your child focus. Of course, you can’t do the same things your child’s teachers can. However, you can also be a little more flexible than a traditional school. This is a great time to help your child explore interests like cooking, art, or dance.

Has your child’s school not provided assignments? Or does your child just need something more? Here are some great free resources that may help.


  • National Geographic Kids has information and activities about science, nature, history, and even arts and crafts for preschool through middle school-aged students.
  • Scholastic Learn at Home offers projects and activities for preschool through middle school-aged students.

Science and Math

Art and Movement

Unfortunately, you can’t really do field trips right now. But you and your child can always check in on the San Diego Zoo’s live animal cams or the National Aquarium’s virtual tour.

Above all, remember that this is a very difficult time for kids as well as adults. Have some grace for yourself and for your children in this season. Your child’s teachers will work to catch everyone up when school opens again.

This article should not be considered legal, tax, or financial advice. You may wish to consult a tax or financial advisor about your individual financial situation.

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