Free resources for unlikely homeschoolers
With schools closed, we've gathered together the free
resources available to support home learning. We will aim to
update this page as often as we can.
See also: Subscription services for unlikely
Teach - Home to thousands of free curriculum-mapped
videos, arranged by age-group and subject.
- Blockly Games is a series of free educational games that
teach computer programming. It is designed for
children who have not had prior experience with programming.
- BookLife - BookLife's free downloadable
resources cover a range of topics for all ages and
- Collins - Collins has made a range of
resources available for home-school parents, including
over 300 e-books, a children's song bank and a primary school
- DKfindout - Teaching
resources, videos and quizzes to spark
- Duolingo is a free platform which enables users to learn a
variety of languages in a fun way.
- The Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award is an international
programme that helps you develop digital, enterprise and
employability skills for free.
Kids Should See This - over 4,500 kid-friendly
videos, curated for teachers and parents.
Kids - NatGeo Kids is packed with geography
games, quizzes and activities, plus primary
- Nrich - From the University of Cambridge, Nrich
is packed with free, online mathematical
activities for learners aged 3-19.
Owl - Oxford Owl at home has lots of free resources, including
an eBook library, learning guides and kids' activities. It covers
Family - Free resources including challenge
packs, progress trackers and activity sheets.
365 - Daily picture prompts with accompanying
- Free resources available include flashcards,
practice questions, interactive diagrams and games.
- RSPCA - Teaching resources from Early Years
through to Secondary, with topics including pets, wildlife,
habitats and farm animals.
- Teach Your Monster to Read - Funded by the
Usborne Foundation, this online game covers everything from letters
and sounds to reading full sentences.
- Ted Ed - Ted
Ed is filled with engaging educational videos,
complete with supporting questions and discussions.
- Tinkercad - A free, easy-to-use app for
3D design, electronics, and coding.
- Top Marks - Maths games
suitable for 3-14 years, with no registration required.
- Science Museum - This site brings together
resources the nation's science museums, including
activities, games and videos.
- Scratch - Scratch is a free platform which
enables users to program interactive stories, games and
animations and share them with others in its online
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