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List Of Free Home-Based Learning Resources From Activity Sheets To Educational GamesGive your kids who are learning at home the tools they need.by Que Sullano-Gavan .
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The internet offers a lot of resources for kids learning at home. You can easily access these materials for free. Given the numerous sites, we have listed the must-visit sites that can help in your search for workbooks, activity sheets, and homeschool curriculum.
Learning resources from the Department of Education
This DepEd site has stories, learning modules, and activity materials for all required subjects. Some documents are even in different local dialects. If you go to K to 12 resources and click Kindergarten, you will be presented with a weekly plan guide for four quarters. If you click on a grade, it's categorized according to subjects. And each subject has its own learning resources from activity sheets to a teacher's guide.
This site may be complemented by DepEd's Curriculum Guide for grades 1 to 10 and for the Alternative Learning System. However, it is not an easy site to navigate like the above.
There is also DepEd Commons. Click here to know more
Learning resources from educators and learning advocates
This Facebook group has seen its membership quickly rise as the school year 2020-2021 approached. Why? Members get to download free learning materials on various subjects from preschool and up. The group moderators lead o support their respective communities of teachers.
Vibal group has materials for students can use as they learn from home. This includes activity sheets, test booklets, additional reading materials and supplementary activities sequenced according to DepEd’s K-12 curriculum guide for the five major subjects: English, Filipino, Araling Panlipunan, Math, and ScienceADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
This is a website run by the Early Childhood Development Agency, a regulatory and developmental agency for the early childhood sector in Singapore. It oversees kindergartens, preschools, and child care centers. Its site has a rich library for home-based activity resources for kids below the age of 6 including home activities for infants and pre-nursery. You can download it for free.
Scholastic's library includes engaging titles for students of various grades and reading levels. Not all are readily available for download, especially the reading programs (you can check what's inside with the "Sample Pages" category). It does have at least 40 free activity sheets.
This is a quality resource organized by topic for all students. The site includes Math, Science, Art, and History.
This free science discovery site has a curriculum for early childhood. It features core science-related yet practical learning experiences with lesson plans.
The lessons have been created for kids ages 3 to 6 although for those living in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. But, a child of any nationality will enjoy learning on this site (and maybe get a feel of being in an international school?) It contains a mix of videos, practice activities, quizzes, and games for Language, Science, Math, Social Studies, Music, and moral education.
Your child may not have an interest in becoming a future astronaut, but NASA's site makes learning about STEM, aeronautics, and space exploration fun. There is a free catalog of activities for students in grades K–12 including coloring books, puzzles, and even storybooks.CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Code your own dance party? Journey through Minecraft with code? This site offers a structured computer science curriculum for kids at all levels. The lessons include coding and also cover online security and privacy.
Learning resources homeschoolers
(Editor's note: This site is run by the author) The Filipino Homeschooler offers free worksheets, activity pages, tracing sheets, flashcards, and other printable resources. It has contents for Filipino, Math, English, Philippine Money, Character / Bible, and Science topics for pre-k to grade-schoolers. The site also includes tips and information for first time homeschooling families.
This site provides curriculum from a Christian worldview that covers reading, writing, Art, History, Science, and Math. Topics included are for students in pre-K to grade schools.
The site provides free resources such as practice sheets, lesson plans, and books. The available lessons are for pre-K, preschool, to 3rd grade.
This site not only has free worksheets, but also hands-on activities, and printable games. There are resources for all ages from the toddler, pre k, kindergarten, to 6th grade.
This site provides a homeschool curriculum that uses Charlotte Mason's classically-based principles. It includes online living books for nature study, Arts, and Bible.
Character First has a free online library. The resources include lessons and crafts for topics such as discipline, courage, resilience, and other character core values.
The site provides free, downloadable lesson plans, planning tools and parent guides that parents can use to instill Christ-honoring character traits in their kids.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Learning resources from brands
Printable learning is a site by inkjets. They provide free educational coloring resources like bookmarks, flag activity books, paper dolls arts, and crafts.
This is a site by Canon. They offer free papercraft materials or activities like origami, paper mosaic, pop-up cards, and dioramas for students of all ages.
Nestle eReady Academy
Nestle Philippines teamed up with Galileo Enrichment Learning Program to provide learning activities on Science, Math, and more on the YouTube platform. The playlist now has 17 videos.
Additional research by SmartParenting editors
Que Sullano-Gavan, who hopes to study early childhood education and publish a book someday, is a licensed engineer who opted to stay at home and focus on homeschooling her only child, Gab.
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