10 Fantastic Resources to Assist with Online Learning
With many students and teachers embarking on remote learning, we thought we would put together a list of a few great websites students can access to assist in their home learning
- StoryLine Online – This website contains a number of favourite children’s books and small novels read by famous people. For example, you will find actress Rose Byrne reading The Tale of Peter Rabbit and Betty White reading Harry the Dirty Dog. Also, with each book is a teacher’s guide which includes lesson activities.
- Crikweb – Crikweb has a stack of free online games and activities for students. You can filter to age group and also subject.
- Study Ladder – Hundreds of activities covering literacy, maths, science, ICT etc. It is free for teachers, while parents can also access the basic version of it for free, however for the premium version there is a cost.
- The Surfing Scientist – Lots of fun and free science tricks, demonstrations, lessons and videos.
- ABC Education – Contains a range of free educational resources covering both Primary and Secondary that align with the Australian Curriculum.
- Behind the News – A fun way for Primary and Secondary Students to access the news and information about what’s happening around them.
- MetKids – Made by New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. Students can explore an interactive map of the Museum. They will learn about different pieces of artwork and exhibits along the way.
- GoNoodle – Hundreds of ‘brainercise’, dancing, strength and mindfulness videos as well as some ‘just for fun’ activities for kids.
- Hello Kids – Online mindfulness colouring for kids.
- NASA Kids Club – Packed with information on space missions, technology and science. It has a number of STEM activities for primary aged students.