200 Free Kids Educational Resources

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Greetings,

I hope that your week is going well.  Open Culture has listed 200 free educational resources for children, including free e-books, audiobooks, videos, tutorials, and foreign language learning materials.  Please enjoy this wealth of information.

http://www.openculture.com/free_k-12_educational_resources

Best to you and your family,

Nikala Asante

6 Responses

  1. Thanks for this awesome resource. I will be sure to pass it on to my other homeschooling moms.

    1. Thank you for reading and sharing. :)

      Nikala

  2. Hello,
    I am new to homeschooling this year and I am feeling my way through it… do you have any great ideas to help with 4th grade math… I have the other subjects down but I am really struggling on how to make math fun for my son…

    Thank you in advance
    Monnica Williams

    1. Hi Monnica,

      My apologies for the slow response. We use Singapore Math, which isn’t all that fun, lol. To make it more fun and interesting, you might try Life of Fred. Check it out at http://lifeoffredmath.com/ or look up the books on Amazon.

      Best,

      Nikala

  3. Gertrude Lewis | Reply

    In Response to the Math question–I am using Khan Academy–They keep up with the student’s progress and bring up videos and tests according to my daughter’s scores. It is a free program and starts from third grade, through high school and College. Math, Science, Economics, Humanities and Finance. In the Math Dept, courses go from 3rd grade math all the way through Algebra and Calculus. They also offer practice testing for the SAT’s and the MCAT and GMAT. I plan on using them Forever! KhanAcademy.com–completely free too.

    1. Gertrude,

      I love Khan Academy. Thank you for mentioning it here, so that other parents can reap its benefits. Thank you for visiting!

      Nikala

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