These Educational Websites for Kids might come in handy to keep your kids busy during the school closures. Not only will they bust boredom, these educational websites for kids will help maintain their reading, writing, math, and science skills.
Tips for scheduling “school” time
Kids are most awake and focused first thing in the morning (they get antsy as the day progresses don’t you think?) so I suggest doing “school” time right after breakfast. It sets a schedule to the day. And it’s also what they are used to during regular school time (breakfast, get dressed, then go to school).
School time schedule
Knowing you can’t “school” all day. Figure out what school time schedule works best for you.
This is how I’m going to do it;
Breakfast > “old school” school time (reading, answering questions based on reading, math on paper) > educational websites for kids > break > lunch > free/creative play > games/reading with someone > break > help make dinner > dinner > showers > TV > reading before bed > bed
What does “break” mean?
Think “cross training” in the house. Stretching. Yoga. Sit ups. Jumping jacks. Scavenger Hunt. Something physical and in the moment to get kids (and adults active and engaged). You could even go in the backyard and do a DIY Olympics.
Educational Websites for Kids
Share: What websites for kids would you add to this list?…
School might be closed for a while so this list might come in handy (pin it to keep in handy). I’ll be sharing some of my best activities and boredom busters on Parent Club to try to help you keep kids busy. So be sure to check back (and go through the archives) to find activities for kids during these challenging days.