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Sesame Street

Kiddos 5 and younger can get full access to Sesame Street’s free educational games, videos, and art projects, which feature their favorite characters. Additionally, Sesame Street’s new page, “Caring For Each Other,” offers resources specifically catered to this time of uncertainty. Find out more here.

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Seneca

Using Seneca, younger kids can brush up on multiplication tables while middle schoolers practice their prealgebra skills. There are also Spanish and biology courses available, as well as classes for high schoolers. Find out more here.

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Rockalingua: Music Based Spanish Learning

A music-based Spanish learning program, Rockalingua is a great option for young beginners in Spanish thanks to its library of interactive videos. Think of it as an extension of the type of learning Dora the Explorer provides. Find out more here.

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Rivet

Created by Google’s experimental program workshop, Area 120, Rivet encourages reading practice with the use of over 3,500 free books, which are designed for students in kindergarten through third grade. Children will receive points and awards for each book they read and can complete activities that promote self-reflection once they’re finished. Find out more here.

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Radish Kids

Raddish, a for-kids cooking subscription service, is currently offering free recipes, activities, and an at-home camp curriculum. Additionally, it will be giving away 25,000 free cooking kits over the next few weeks to kids between the ages of 4 and 14! Find out more here.

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Noggin

Using Noggin’s free website, kids ages 2 and older can watch educational videos on topics like how germs spread, and complete a mix of daily activities from yoga to sing-alongs. Find out more here.

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NASA Kids’ Club

NASA Kids’ Club helps children in pre-K through fourth grade learn the ins and outs of NASA’s missions using hands-on educational games. There’s also a “Now in Space” slideshow that introduces budding astronauts to the crew currently orbiting Earth on the International Space Station. Find out more here.

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HippoCampus

Children of middle school age and older can access more than 7,000 free videos across 13 subjects with HippoCampus. The best part? It’s always free. Find out more here.

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Fender Play

Musicians in elementary school and beyond who have a guitar at home can learn basic chords and totally rock out if they’re one of the first 100,000 people to sign up for three months of free instruction from Fender. Find out more here.

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Conjuguemos

For those who don’t have a paid account, Conjuguemos offers some free vocabulary, grammar, and listening activities in Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Korean, and Latin for students at all levels. Find out more here.

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