Academic Online Resources

A fluid list of academic resources. Please refer back to our main page for additional resources.

Please email any recommendations of additional sites to: Equitableteaching@gmail.com

Updated Friday June 19th, 11:30 am CST

2Simple – Lessons, activities, and content in many different subject areas. (Various ages).

ABC Mouse Early Learning Academy – Lessons and activities on many different subjects. (Young Children)

Albert – Online activities, practices, and assessment in multiple subjects. (Ages 11 – 18)

Brain-Pop – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math videos and activities. (Ages 4 -18)

ChemMatters Online – Articles on all things related to chemistry. (Ages 12 -18)

Cool Math – Math lessons, games, and videos. (Ages 3 – 12)

Delta Math – Assigned math content, with immediate feedback. (Ages 12 – 18)

Duolingo – Lessons and activities to support the learning of over 20 languages. (Ages 4 -18)

Elementari – Create illustrations and sound effects for your written work. (Ages 5 -18)

Exploratorium – Lessons about science and art. (Ages 4 – 18)

Fun Brain – Math and reading lessons taught through videos and games. (Ages 5 – 14)

HippoCampus – Over 7,000 videos in many subject areas. (Ages 10 – 18)

Khan Academy – Free videos lessons on thousands of topics. (Ages 4 – 18)

Kids Discover Online – Articles focused on science and social studies. (Ages 4 -18)

Left Brain/Craft Brain – STEM and STEAM Activities. (All Ages)

McHarper Manor – Beginning Monday March 16th – Live daily Free Art Tutorials.

Merit Software – Online reading comprehension, writing, and grammar tutorials for upper elementary, secondary and college-level students.

Moby Max – Differentiated Content in multiple areas of learning. (Ages 4 -18)

Mystery Science – A variety of science lessons. (Ages 5 – 12)

National Geographic Kids – Science experiments, animal cameras, and activities. (K-12)

Nasa Library – The entire media library has been made publicly accessible and copyright free.

Pebblego – Online research resources. (Ages 5 – 8)

Reading IQ – Basically a library at your finger-tips. (All ages)

Science Mom – Live streamed Math and Science Lessons (Ages 7-12)

Scholastic – Books, games, and online social connection. (Ages 5 – 12)

Starfall – Games, lessons, and activities in many academic areas. (Ages 3 – 10)

Time for Kids – Articles, videos, activities on many topics. (Ages 5 -18)

Ultimate Boredom Buster: 101 Things to Do When Kids Are Bored – (All Ages)

Prodigy – Game based learning for math. (Ages 6 -13)