Scholastic Learn at Home
For: Ages 4-14
Launched in the wake of coronavirus school closings, this site offers free daily projects across various subjects "to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing."
For: Ages 2-8
ABCmouse offers instruction in reading, math, science, art, and colors through more than 9,000 activities. The first month is free.
Help My Kid Learn
For: Ages 2-12
Help My Kid Learn offers material broken down into five age-appropriate sections.
For: Ages 4-9
Starfall is a partially free site with game-focused tools for topics like math, language arts, and music. Much of the content is accessible only through a membership, which costs $35 for a single log-in.
For: Ages 6-13
ABCYa offers more than 400 games categorized by grade and subject. Content is generally free, but a membership ($6 to $10 per month) lets you do things like play games in full-screen mode and remove ads.
For: Ages 6-14
Offering math lessons for grades 1-8 and reading exercises for grades 1-6, Adapted Mind is free for one month and $9.95 a month after that for up to five kids.
For: Ages 6-14
Funbrain is a free, colorful, well-organized site that offers hundreds of games, videos, and books and a "math zone" for at-home learners.
For: Ages 8-13
Adventure Academy, from the people who started ABCmouse, features educational content for older kids. Its first month is free.
For: Ages 9-14
An animated educational site for kids, BrainPop offers families 30 days of free access to nearly two dozen subjects across its curriculum. In the event your school is closed, you can request free access via this page. There's a BrainPop Jr. for grades K-3.