Online education is an ESSENTIAL for moms right now. It can be a great way for kids to still have fun, but at the same time learn something, so I’ve compiled a helpful list for you to be able to sit back, and let the online learning do its thang.
I’ve included science, math, reading, writing, and even fun education games that will keep them occupied, but also learning.
I know this is a difficult time for moms and dads who are trying to sane amidst the madness. But before you allow your kids to watch mindless screens all day, (it’s super tempting) instead, offer your kids these free online resources that won’t turn their brains to mush.
Also check out my Printable Kids Journals — created to help your children better process their feelings, encourage gratitude, and spark creativity.
Online learning for math, science, reading, writing, educational games, and more
The list below included everything from math to reading. My son has learned SO much, and has fun doing it!
10 great online learning resources for kids
Online learning for math
Online learning for reading
Online learning for science
Online learning for writing
History for Kids
Online educational games
There you have it!
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Journaling for Kids
When a child is old enough to start drawing, coloring, or writing, journaling is an incredible way to help your kids better express themselves in a free and comfortable way. Check out our Kid’s Printable Journals — created specifically to help children better express their feelings, encourage gratitude, and spark the imagination.
Chores for Kids
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Implementing chores and structure in your child’s daily life is a VERY helpful tool to teach them follow through, discipline, and respect. We use this chore chart in our family to help our kids keep track of their own progress, and keep you from having to constantly remind them of their daily tasks.
If you’re looking for something a bit more simple, this is also a good option.
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Emotional Connectivity with Your Kids
Connecting on a deeper level emotionally with your child is CRUCIAL, and sometimes more difficult. We play THIS GAME often in our family to create a safe space for our kids to feel free to share their questions and emotions, all without judgment.
We even offer an “Exemption Time” for the duration of this game, where anything he tells us is off the table for consequences.
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