Whilst the Summer holidays are often filled with excitement and adventure, it can sometimes be difficult to find ways to keep your children occupied. That’s why we have put together this short list of ways you can keep your children learning and having fun online this Summer.
Students can collect achievement badges while learning digital skills and exploring new concepts that are sure to capture their interest, like Designing a Space Explorer, the Space Jam coding workshop, and Journey to the Outback.
Want to bring some Zen into your home this summer? Cosmic Kids is on a mission to make both yoga and mindfulness fun so children can enjoy the physical, mental and emotional benefits early in their life. Get involved in their video classes and sort by energy whether you’re looking to promote calmness, focus or want to get your children active.
With Google Arts & Culture you can save money on admission fees and travel costs whilst still being able to visit museums, art galleries and the wonders of the world. With an exhaustive list of activities, you can be sure to never run out of cultural adventures. You can use Google Arts & Culture on your computer, phone or tablet and experience anything from coming face to face with a dinosaur, projecting famous works of art straight into your living room or even choreograph a dance with AI.
Learn With Smithsonian has a huge selection of art, history, and science learning experiences and projects. Choose from virtual zoo visits, STEM-friendly activities, and explorations into Ancient Egypt which will be bound to excite your children.
Khan Academy for Kids is a fun free learning platform that is unique for every learner. By using adaptive learning their platform ensures each child has access to books, educational videos, activities and creative lessons that allow them to learn at their own pace.
Discover a variety of different children’s audiobooks from popular authors such as Roald Dahl, Dr. Seuss, J.K. Rowling and Darren Shan on Audible. With thousands of stories to choose from you’ll never be short of something for your children to listen to on those long car journeys!
Published: July 21