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Home Education Coronavirus closed schools. Here are online education classes for every age and...

Coronavirus closed schools. Here are online education classes for every age and grade

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Here are several free or discounted online learning resources for pre-K-12 students to complete from home to keep up the learning (and to save you from yet another viewing of Frozen 2 on Disney Plus).

Scholastic’s free Learn at Home program includes 20 days’ worth of curricula to help students continue learning even when school is closed.

The daily lessons for pre-K through grade 6-plus include four separate learning experiences, built around a story or video.

Khan Academy is a free online learning platform that offers practice exercises, instructional videos and a personalized learning dashboard for students to learn subjects including math, science, computer programming, history, art history and economics from home.

In light of the recent school closures, Khan Academy released daily schedules for students in pre-K through grade 12 to follow from home.

Outschool is offering free live online classes for students ages 3-18 affected by public school shutdowns, conducted over video chat.

New York‘s Department of Education released a free 10-day curriculum for multiple subjects for every grade level pre-K-12.

While it’s aimed at the New York City public school district — the largest in the nation — the materials are general enough to apply to a range of students nationwide.

PBS Kids launched a new free weekday newsletter with activities and educational games for students ages 2-8 to do from home.

Plus, the PBS Kids Games app includes nearly 200 educational games that can be downloaded to play offline.

The company Age of Learning is providing closed schools free home access for students to ABCmouse.com, Adventure Academy and ReadingIQ.

ABCmouse.com is a comprehensive curriculum for pre-K through grade 2, and Adventure Academy is an educational massively multiplayer online game for elementary and middle school students, with thousands of learning activities covering reading, math and science.

Each book includes a supplemental curriculum developed by an elementary school educator, which aims to improve comprehension and verbal and written skills, particularly for English-language learners.

Prodigy Math is a free online math platform used by more than 50 million students, teachers and administrators, which reinforces math skills through video game-style play.

Amid the school closures, Mystery Science has opened its most popular science lessons for grade K-5 for students and parents to access free.