https://www.teachstarter.com/au/blog/covid-19-teach-starters-support-for-schools-teachers- parents-students-affected/ Offers “learning from home packs” for each grade level with free worksheets on English, math, science, and some additional crafting and mindfulness activities. There are also additional resources sorted by grade level and subject under the tabs at the top.
https://www.allkidsnetwork.com/ Educational worksheets as well as crafts, coloring, pages, and other activities. Also has templates to generate your own worksheet to fit your needs.
https://eduprintables.com/ This is the Pinterest of educational resources. There are over 20 pages of educational and creative activities for children of all ages. This includes coloring pages, educational puzzles, vocabulary, flashcards, videos, and more.
https://www.quizlet.com Quizlet allows you to search their platform for activities and resources across any subject of interest. Search for “Fundations” flash cards, which help teach children phonics.
https://www.classroomcereal.com/ Multi-part stories that help kids practice grammar fundamentals. (Click the “Stories” tab) Kids will read the story and then find the grammar errors. There are 20 stories, each with 5 parts.
https://www.greatschools.org/gk/worksheets/?category=reading-2 Free reading worksheets that can be filtered by grade level. Also has other subjects (Parenting > Worksheets). Articles are offered on all things parenting on this website, too.
https://www.englishforeveryone.org/ English For Everyone has an abundance of free worksheets for different topics in Language Arts, including Reading Comprehension, Verb Tenses, Sentence Completion, Contractions, Irregular Verbs, etc.
http://www.startwithabook.org A resource that allows parents to choose children’s books based on various topics, such as Arts and Artists; Bugs, Birds, and Animals; Builders and Buildings; Dinosaurs; Music and Musicians; Nature; and Weather. The website also offers two 5-day DIY science camps devoted to learning about stars and the solar system, as well as rivers and streams in your community.
https://www.nypl.org/books-music-movies/ebookcentral/simplye While libraries are temporarily closed, The New York Public Library has a resource that allows you to borrow E-books online.
https://www.storylineonline.net/ Free website that features videos of famous actors reading children’s books aloud.
https://kidlit.tv/ Offers videos and podcasts that promote children’s literature. Includes radio, crafts and activities, book trailers, and more.
https://simplelivingcreativelearning.com/language-arts/ Language arts printable packs. Other subjects offered under “printables.”
https://www.greatschools.org/gk/worksheets/?category=writing-2 (same as under “Reading” category but for writing worksheets)
https://www.k12reader.com/subject/composition/ Free worksheets for writing skills. Other language arts subject offered, too, on side bar.
https://www.iew.com Institute for Writing Excellence has Language Arts and writing lessons, as well as resources for grammar, vocabulary, and poetry memorization for students grades 3 thru 12.
http://www.sfusdmath.org/ This site offers lesson plans and free math worksheets for different grades. There are worksheets in English and Spanish.
www.mathworksheets4kids.com/math.php MathWorksheets4Kids has a ton of free math worksheets grouped by math skill areas
www.math-drills.com Their collection of worksheets, broken down by math skill area, is vast!
https://www.edhelper.com/teacher-education/Daily-Free-Learning-Workbooks-for-Teachers- to-Share-with-Parents-while-Schools-are-Closed-Kids-will-actually-do-these.htm Aside from math worksheets, this site includes a list of free Sudoku puzzles, as well as sheets for practicing coding, and writing in cursive.
http://www.puzzlechoice.com/pc/Kids_Choicex.html PuzzleChoice also offers plenty of puzzles and games, including Sudoku, Word Search Puzzles, Number Puzzles, and Logic Puzzles.