This a great website to get kids moving and work on literacy. Free for parents during the closures.
This is a great place to review the alphabet and an even better place for practice reading.
This website is loaded with stories read by the authors and celebrities.
Other (math + literacy, science, online book reading sites and more!)
PBS Learning Media
PBS Learning Media This offers resources and lessons. Inspire your childre with videos, games, and activities aligned to state and national standards.
ABCYa is a great site that has a ton of different literacy and math games for the students to play.
Scholastic provides many favorite books for kids. Students can visit the Scholastic website for a wealth of educational activities from grades pre-k and up.
Mystery Science has pulled its most popular science lessons and is offering them for anyone to use for free.
While not “Pre-K”, the “Kindergarten” tab offers wonderful activities! No account or login is needed.
HowStuffWorks.com Want some fun conversation starters or need an answer to a creative question by your child – head to How Stuff Works.com. From How the Shamrock Shake Became McDonald’s Mintiest
Legend to What’s the Difference Between a Mountain Lion and a Cougar? You’ll have fun exploring this site!
NPR Comic for Kids about Coronavirus
NPR Comic for Kids about Coronavirus Want to talk to your child about coronavirus in a ‘kid-friendly’ way? This comic can be viewed or printed to share with your child.
Khan Academy Kids
Khan Academy Kids is available on App Store, Google Play and Amazon Appstore for free
SeeSaw is available on App Store, Google Play and Amazon Appstore for free. Choose from thousands of engaging activities to use seamlessly within Seesaw. Search by grade level, subject, and keyword to find activities.
SplashLearn offers many games to play. After it is downloaded it can be played offline with no need for the internet.
MooseMath app teaches counting, addition, subtraction, sorting and more. It’s free and available on AppStore Google Play and Amazon Appstore.
Vroom educational tips and science explanation for parents of children 0 to 5 available by app, text, and printables.
Libby for digital books and audio books. Anyone with a library card (in cities that use Overdrive) can access it.
Duck Duck Moose
Duck Duck Moose (sister site to Khan Academy) The Preschool to Kindergarten set has everything from
puzzles and maps, to fun music apps where you can learn notes and rhythm