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50+ Resources for Parents Educating School-Age Children at Home

The following resources are being collected and curated by i4cp's research team to assist parents working from home with school-age children.  

NEW From COVID Explained: Resources for Parents and School Districts

Preschool and Elementary School 

Elementary, Middle School, and Above

  • ABCYa - Reading and math games and activities for grades PreK-6
  • - Math lessons for grades K-5
  • Disneynature - Movies and complimentary educational materials for grades 2-6
  • Scratch - Interactive story, game and animation design from the MIT Media Lab, designed for ages 8 to 16 but available for anyone
  • STMath - Math lessons for grades PreK-8
  • Prodigy Math - Math programs for grades 1-8
  • Curriculum Associates - Math and reading activity packs for grades K-8
  • DK Find Out! - Lessons in subjects such as history, science and coding
  • Listenwise - Non-fiction audio stories covering ELA, social studies and science for grades 2-12
  • CommonLit - Reading and writing lessons for grades 3-12
  • Codecademy - Data science and coding lessons for high school and college students

All Ages

Lorrie Lykins
Lorrie is i4cp's Vice President of Research. A thought leader, speaker, and researcher on the topic of gender equity, Lorrie has decades of experience in human capital research. Lorrie’s work has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and other renowned publications.