Schools are closed and parents are now scrambling to find ways to homeschool and entertain their kids. With kids of our own, we know how hard it can be, and how much your patience can be tested. There is a large collection of resources online, but we thought we would gather some of our favorites, to help you through the day.  

The Adventures of Super Stretch

A beautiful app to help get the kids moving, Super Stretch is the yoga hero we’ve all been waiting for. It’s perfect for toddlers, as well as 8-year-olds who are invited to engage in some super fun and silly yoga poses with animal friends like Audro the down dog and Fierce the frog.

Khan Academy

For all ages, from pre-K to university, you can learn to count, prep for your GMAT, learn advanced calculus, physics, and more. Khan Academy is a nonprofit organization, and we love their mission to provide free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.  


TED, known for its online talks on anything ranging from How Great Leaders Inspire Action to lessons in happiness hosts an educational platform for students and teachers alike. Created for school age children, both kids (and adults!) will enjoy learning through these videos. How about checking out one of our favorites, A Brief History of Chess?

National Geographic Kids

It’s all about exploring with National Geographic kids. Kids can watch videos, play games, test their knowledge and explore other countries. And even adults can brush up on their knowledge. Did you know the most common tree in Botswana is the baobab tree? and some can be as old as 2,000 years old. We didn’t! But now we do 😊  

World Geography Games

Not the most beautiful website, but simple and easy to use for kids. Test your knowledge on world flags, capitals, lakes and more.  

Art For Kids Hub

Learn to paint, draw, origami and even sculpt! There is no lack of creativity on Art for Kids Hub. Easy to navigate and no lack of lots of fun activities.  

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