Links for Parents
A list of educational websites and resources curated by our learning experts
Turn stay-at-home time into learning time and keep your children’s minds active and engaged with resources that are available online. The LeapFrog Learning Team put together a curated list of websites that are worth checking out.
Learning Resources across Subjects
- Scholastic Learning at Home:
Free digital learning hub with learning plans covering STEM, social studies and more
Free printable workbooks for math, reading, and writing
- Curriculum Associates:
Free printable activity packs for math and reading
Arts and Creativity
- Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems:
Explore drawing and writing with author/illustrator, Mo Willems
- HowtoToon with Joe Wos:
Free online cartooning classes with MazeToons cartoonist Joe Wos
- But Why:
Kids ask questions and the hosts find the answers. Kids are invited to submit new questions.
- Wow in the World:
NPR’s Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz explore topics in the areas of science and technology in a way that’s entertaining to both kids and adults.
- Circle Round:
Hear folktales from around the world that feature famous voices such as Ed Asner and Margaret Cho.
- What If World:
Eric O’Keefe tells fun stories based on questions kids ask, such as, “What if unicorns turned to rocks when they’re shy?”
- Mystery Science:
Check out some of Mystery Science’s most popular science lessons for free.
- Science Mom:
Watch Science Mom explain and demonstrate science concepts in a fun way.
- Socratica Kids:
Kid-friendly learning videos featuring puppets, science demos and more on topics ranging from dinosaur fossils to slime.