Distance Education Resources: 10 free learning technology tools

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Free education websites for distance learning

Distance Education Resources: 10 free learning technology tools for pre-Kindergarten (pre-schoolers); primary grade (elementary) and secondary schools; college and high school students.

Homeschooling and classroom education websites for all school-aged kids through higher learning students

There are many free homeschool and classroom resources available to all school-aged kids (pre-Kindergarten); primary grade (elementary) and secondary schools, college, and high school students for distance education.

Here is a detailed discussion of 10 education technology websites and tools for the benefits of your kids and students.

Scholastic Learn at Home

Newsela

National Geographic: National Geographic Kids 

YouTube

Cool Math 4 Kids and Cool Math Games

Code.org 

PBS Kids Measure Up, PBS Kids Lab, PBS Kids, and PBS Learning Media

Funbrain

Club SciKidz

DeltaMath

1. Scholastic ‘Learn at Home’ for preschool-aged kids through higher grade students.

Scholastic offers free home learning activity packs in modules for preschool-aged (kindergarten aged) kids, through elementary students through Grade 9 (K –9) students (usually 3 – 13 years of age) for a twenty-day period, three hours learning opportunities each day. This project-based learning activity packs, in the education website, extents numerously in Mathematics, Sciences, Social Studies, English Language Arts (ELA) subject areas but broken down into different grade levels.

Scholastic, as one of the finest providers of learning materials in an online education technology industry, manages a website for students known as a  Learn at home and runs content programs in videos, reading, geography, articles (project-based), stories and other learning activities that can arouse kids’ interests.

Primary and secondary grade school kids can read books and play their favourite educational website games like Magic School Bus, through Scholastic learning website.

This free kids’ educational website limits printing materials for those who don’t have adequate access. The learning website resource is available in iPads and iPhones and is offered in the Spanish Language.

Scholastic Learn at Home

Scholastic Learn at Home. Photo credit: classroommagazines.scholastic.com

2. Newsela

Newsela is an education technology resource that uses interesting and significant news and articles contents in form reading stories to promote literacy skills, transforming vocabulary learning ways of school kids and elementary students and drastically enhancing the basic reading ability of students in the 21st-century web education system. The news and true-life articles are delivered on a day-to-day basis at five different reading and maturity levels of complexity for Grades 2 school-aged children through Grade 12 students.

Newsela’s news and article contents can be turned to classroom-custom technology learning tools and materials for educators and teachers of all subjects in teaching the kids.

This free distance education resource allows teachers and parents to assess reading comprehension and words, monitor improvement, and personalize lesson contents. Even though Newsela’s sets of technology tools that provide news and articles can be accessed free of charge, a Pro version is available at an additional cost.

Following the closure of schools, colleges, and higher learning institutions amid the COVID-19 outbreak that threatens the global education system, Newsela announced last month that its entire educational website services will be available free of charge for the remainder of the school year. Access to the education product and service resources are available at the Newsela coronavirus resource center.

Newsela

Newsela. Image credit: newsela.com

3. National Geography

National Geography, which is an education technology companion to its print magazine, is a free home learning website that has lots of education and entertainment activities for all school-aged children ranging from pre-schoolers through primarysecondary school grade children (That is K–12 learners). The collection of activities is grade- and subject-specific for all different categories of learners.

National Geography can be classified into 2 learning programs: National Geography Little Kids and National Geographic Kids

National Geography Little Kids

This free kids’ educational website provides satisfaction even to the most curious little senses. Your preschool kids can see attractive fabulous nature photos in their utmost beauties and multi-coloured watch videos of animals in their natural habitat.

National Geography Little Kids is meant for pre-schoolers – Grade 2 primary school children (K–2 learners)

National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Kids is an inspirational and informative child-friendly educational website that displays its free contents in spades format. It brings unforgettable learning experience in a child’s memory, puts the entire world at a kid’s fingertips and makes it like a small and thrilling place to live through lots of fun games, fascinating videos, puzzles, and lovely photos.

National Geographic Kids is meant for primary school children in Grade2 – secondary school children in Grade 12 (K –12 learners)

Tapping into the homeschooling resources of the top-notch education technology website National Geographic, kindergarten–primary–secondary school children (K-12 learners) focus on learning about the Science and the world environment via featured multiple categories – fun videos, games, and other interactive media.

A climax of the National Geographic as one of the best (National Geographic Kids) online learning tool is its Interactive World Map for virtual exploration and the education of government, culture, geography, history and natural environment of different people of a nation.

The free education resource invites the learners, caregivers, teachers, educators, and parents to join their Education Community to connect and interact through taking quizzes, asking questions and sharing resources.

National Geographic does not have a specific structured learning curriculum or program

National Geographic for Kids

National Geographic for Kids. Image credit: youtube.com

4. YouTube

YouTube offers unimaginable number of free educational video resources on varying subject topics (contents), including preschool topics, reading and writing for learning literacy skills, music lessons, foreign language, and documentaries, among others, in Languages, Geography, Arts, Sciences, History, Economics, and more. YouTube learning videos are YouTube Kids and YouTube.

YouTube Kids

YouTube kids is specifically created to offer education videos and entertainment contents to inspire and arouse the interest of school children and young learners to explore their imagination, offering them their favourite shows on.

The YouTube Kids online learning videos are viewed in the following YouTube channels:

Kids Learning TubeCrash Course Kids, SciShow Kids, Free School, Cosmic Kids Yoga, Peekaboo Kidz, National Geographic Kids,

Kids Learning Tube

Kids Learning Tube is the YouTube channel through which learn school kids learn creativity in varying subjects using music.

Crash Course Kids

Crash Course Kids is a younger version of Crash Course for primary school children. It is a science YouTube channel for kids to learn about topics like the earth’s environment, space Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), etc.

SciShow Kids

SciShow Kids is another science-oriented YouTube channel for all school-aged children and primary school kids.

Free School

Free School YouTube channel that allows kids to learn Literature, Arts, Music, and more.

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Cosmic Kids Yoga is another online learning YouTube channel for school children up to elementary students’ level that the kids take yoga lessons following the poses and tell stories of the yoga lessons experience.

Peekaboo Kidz

It has fun animation videos to explain topics provide answers to questions in the sciences.

National Geography kids

National Geography kids on YouTube channel has fun videos with which kids learn about the world around us.

The free video content on the YouTube Kids channel is extensively child-friendly and family-oriented.

YouTube

The YouTube online education videos available for older kids (primary and secondary school students) are can be viewed in the following YouTube channels:

Science Channel, Big Think, Geography Focus, Homeschool Pop, TheBrainScoop, Chalk Academy, TED Education

Science channel

The Science channel helps kids in higher-level of learning to watch videos on real experiments in sciences.

Big Think

It has captivating and mind-blowing science video lessons that give K-12 learners the best experience in science.

Geography Focus

Geography Focus is a YouTube channel to learn about the countries of the Earth and their environment; national values, languages, cultures, among others.

Homeschool Pop

Different subjects are learned by elementary students through Homeschool Pop on YouTube.

Chalk Academy

In this free channel on YouTube, teachers can access engaging contents, undertakings, books, songs for teaching tips. Young learners can also learn Chinese and Korean language Chalk Academy.

TED Education

TED Education offers video-based lessons organized by school subjects, topics, levels and articles on YouTube channel.

YouTube

YouTube. Image credit: youtube.com

5. Cool Math

Cool Math can be offered as Cool Math 4 Kids and Cool Math Games

Cool Math 4 Kids

Cool Math 4 Kids is a free education website that has a mix of games and lessons, and there are quizzes with certificates available at the end of the Math Lesson.

Cool Math Games

This homeschooling and classroom learning websites offer tons of free online virtual games ranging from virtual board games to computer video-game that incorporates Mathematics skills into the simulation.

Cool Math for Kids

Cool Math for Kids. Photo credit: vibrantchristianliving.com

6. Code.org/Codakid.org

Code.org has been providing free online structured computer coding lessons for all school-aged kids at all levels of learning, since 2013, from preschool to AP-level students. The information technology lessons in code.org education website also teach other relevant topics that make the student think like a computer programmer while completing online modules, such as, online privacy and digital citizenship using engaging videos and fun games. The kid or schoolchild learns challenging tasks at his or her pace independently or with little supervision.

Code.org also helps kids learn to create their own educational apps and games.

Students also enjoy using Google Earth to study geography or learning computer coding through Code.org.

Codakid/Code.org

Codakid/Code.org. Image credit: codakid.org

7. Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Series

PBS Kids Measure Up

PBS Kids Measure Up offers pre-kindergarten through kindergarten (Pre-K–K) learning in adventure-themed measurement activities in incredibly unique, colourful and fun videos and games.

PBS Kids Lab

PBS Kids Lab offers outstanding Mathematics and Language activities to PBS Kids family for prekindergarten through Grade 2 primary school children (Pre-K–2) 

PBS Kids

PBS Kids is a fantastic and amazing collection of valuable online educational content and learning resources offered free for Pre-K through Grade 6 school children (Pre-K–6). That is, pre-preschool and school-aged children that cover a remarkable assortment of varying subject topics as well as attractive loads of online educational games, videos, and stories

The education website engages the kids with PBS videos along with lesson plans, interactive learning materials, and more to cover lots of subjects in an engaging fashion.

The task of developing online children’s learning materials and tools fit perfectly into PBS’s identity as “America’s largest classroom.”

PBS Kids is unsurprisingly behind beloved educational television shows like The Magic School Bus, Sesame Street, and others.

School kids acquire basic knowledge, critical-thinking (link) and problem-solving skills in the subject area learned in PBS Kids while developing curiosity and imagination in the most entertaining and enjoyable way possible.

Though PBS Kids learning content are less varied than those that compose more extensive online distance learning tools like BrainPOP and ABCmouse, the educational resources comprise chiefly of educational videos and games.

The curriculum-based educational content on PBS Kids takes a more holistic approach to learning, with the clear objective of assisting in the physical, emotional, cognitive and social aspects of childhood development.

The kids’ educational materials involve learning subjects that include reading and the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.

PBS Learning Media

PBS Learning Media interactive lesson plans are curricular-based to meet entertainment standards from preschool – high school.

PBS Kids

PBS Kids. Image credit: pbskids.org

Funbrain

Funbrain provides free educational activities – games, comics, books, and videos in its repertoire of children’s learning materials for Pre-Kindergarten children – second-year secondary school students (That is Kids in Grades Pre-K through Grade 8). These free educational materials which are a form of interactive computer games intended to make kids’ learning fun have their contents categorized by grade level, including curricula.

The fun-filled activities in Funbrain focus on developing Mathematics, Reading and Literacy, Strategy and Problem-solving skills. So, the education website is another awesome free online resource for kids’ educational and entertaining games.

Dating back to 1997, The pre-kindergarten and kindergarten (Pre-K and K) Funbrain Playground is a fun page full of games and books for the nursery children, while  Grades 7 and 8 students see more advanced content, including more voluminous books and more challenging computer games.

Funbrain

Funbrain. Image credit: youtube.com

Club SciKidz

Club SciKidz blog resource is now offering day-to-day Home Economics and Science activities and experiments for kids’ homeschooling for free

The online Club SciKidz blog, which is actually offer science summer camp program for kids, had begun offering the science-related activities and experiments since the COVID-19 outbreak in January 2020.

School kids from kindergarten through Grade 6 children (K-6 learners) can actively be engaged in ClubSciKidz online distance education.

Club Scikidz

Club Scikidz. Photo credit: www.clubscikidz.com

DeltaMath

DeltaMath is an education website that guides students into learning Mathematics skills by covering a varied good number of Mathematics lessons.

DeltaMath also allows parents and teachers to assign Mathematics practice problems to students and get instant feedback on the worked exercises.

DeltaMath is a free education resource for Grade 6-9 students (junior high school) through college students.

Delta Math

Delta Math. Image credit: youtube.com

 

 

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