20 Best Education Resources For Your Kids

By Sapana Bishwakarma | 8 September 2023 04:32 AM

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Alongside school activities and physical classes, kids are exposed to the digital world most of the time. So, why don't we utilize the facility and indulge them in some education from the digital world too?

Educational resources include math games, reading, and English learning with animated videos and stories. There are various TV channels, apps, games, websites, and YouTube channels dedicated to providing education for kids. Here is a description of 20 of them.

1. National Geographic Kids

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Nat Geo Kids, the nickname of National Geographic Kids is a children's magazine. It was launched by the National Geographic Society.

It makes kids enjoy exploring the world with weird, wild, and wacky videos appearing as awesome animals such as tigers, sharks, cool science, tigers and lions, and more. The site shares the new videos every week which has 921,000 subscribers on YouTube and 859 videos with 167.5 million views in total.

2. Top Marks

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A leading independent educational website Top Marks is for children, teachers, and parents. It supports kids to learn virtually, through safe, fun, and engaging games and activities.

It also allows parents and teachers to save time finding the best, and inspirational educational web resources. The platform provide the students with safe access to high-quality, free teaching and learning resources in different subjects such as Art, Astronomy, Biology, Economics, English, Business Studies, Maths, Musics, and others.

3. Boomerang

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Boomerang is the place where your favorite cartoons can be available. It provides fun free games online and hilarious videos appearing in Boomerang characters.

The Boomerang owned by Warner Bros characters include Scooby-Doo, Tom and Jerry, Gizzy and the Lemmings, Mr. Bean, Pat the Dog, The Happos Family, My Knight, and Looney Tunes. The cartoon channels also support children with their videos on YouTube where they have 7.07 million subscribers and 3.4 billion views in total.

4. Oxford Owl

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The online platform Oxford Owl was created by the Oxford University Press. It provides educational resources and free eBooks to help children's learning at primary school and at home.

It is a paid website where the residents of the UK can get in touch by filling out the form whereas the international schools or parents can visit the website. They publish a wealth of wonderful books for children with beautiful picture which was written by experienced teachers and subject experts.

5. BBC Bitesize

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BBC Bitesize is the BBC's unpaid digital platform for study. It provides a resource for school-age pupils in the UK. It also supports the school students in both schoolwork and exams. The free online study resource was launched in 1988.

It is available in three different languages: English, Welsh, and Gaelic. It broadcasts a one or two-hour-long TV program overnight on the BBC Learning Zone block. Its main subjects are Computing, History, Maths, Science, Art and Design, Geography, and English.

6. Shaun's Game Academy

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Shaun's Game Academy is a place where families and individuals can join in designing games about Shaun the Sheep using programming software.

It has a goal to engage children and families in playing games to develop their own digital skills and exciting creations. The site includes practical tips, creative activities, and links to resources that support all generations in a family to learn together in the inspiring world.

7. Funology

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Funology is an online platform for teachers and parents. It delivered fun activities that they could do with their children in the real world not using any computer or television screens.

Funology helps to come up with a craft project or other educational science experiment. It mainly focuses on recipes, science, crafts, magic, games, jokes, and others. The types of products or resources they share are:

ResourcesIts Types
Arts & CraftsHoliday Arts and Crafts, Nature Crafts, Recycled Crafts, Seasonal Crafts, Art Projects, Dress Up, Handmade Gifts/Toys
Magic TricksNumber, Object, Card, Optical Tricks
Kids' RecipesDrink, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Snacks
Science ExperimentsBiology, Physics, Chemistry, Weather Exeriments
GamesOutdoor, Indoor, Party, Card, Travel, Water Games
Jokes and RiddlesAnimal, Bird, Holiday, Knock Knock, Jokes, Riddles
Trivia & Weird FactsFacts about Animals, Human Body, Outer Space, Language, People, Seasons Facts

8. Sesame Street

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Sesame Street is an American educational kid's television series. It is a combination of live-action, animation, sketch comedy, and puppetry.

Sesame Street was the first children's TV show to use educational goals and a curriculum to shape its content. It is the US's 15th highest-rated children's television show, winning 222 Emmy Awards and 11 Grammy Awards. It is well regarded as its images are communicated through the use of Jim Henson's Muppets, which includes short films.

9. TED-Ed (Technology, Entertainment and Design)

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TED-Ed is TED's youth and education creativity launched in 2012. The main aim of the TED-Ed is to spark and celebrate the ideas of teachers and students around the world. They support learning by producing a growing library of original animated videos.

It is helping curious students around the world, and today, its network has reached over 650,000 teachers around the globe. TED The channel also provides collaboration between experts such as designers, animators, science writers, journalists, historians, and directors.

10. LearnEnglish Kids

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LearnEnglish Kids is the British Council's website. It is for children around the globe who are learning English as a second or foreign language.

The site has a lot of videos, free online games, stories, songs, and activities for children. They also have articles on supporting children in learning English at home and information about English courses for your child. Overall the activities offered by LearnEnglish Kids are:

  • Listen and watch
  • Read and writer
  • Speak and spell
  • Grammer and vocabulary
  • Fun and games
  • Print and make

11. CBeebies

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CBeebies is a commercial website from BBC Studios. It helps pre-schoolers learn during they play fun games, watch clips, and sing songs.

It also has a YouTube channel that offers safe environment content for the under-sixes. However, its sister channel CBBC offers content for 6-12 years children. CBeebies premieres every day from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

12. Tate Kids

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Tate Kids is a digital platform to play free games, quizzes, and art activities. It is the best art website for kids who are under 13 years only.

Kids can watch videos about art and be inspired to make their own creations at home. The children also share their own artwork with other kids around the world in the Gallery. These materials are fully suitable for interactive whiteboards, tablets, or computers.

13. BabyTV

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BabyTV is an international television channel for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers aged 3 or younger. It is provided in multiple languages.

The television channel was formed by Baby Network Limited which is a subsidiary of the Disney International Content and Operations division of The Walt Disney Company. They mainly focus on nine developmental topics for babies such as:

  • First Concepts
  • Nature & Animals
  • Music & Art
  • Imagination & Creativity
  • Building Friendships
  • Songs & Rhymes
  • Guessing Games
  • Activities
  • Bedtime

14. Oak National Academy

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Oak National Academy is serving as an online classroom and resource hub. It offers teachers with free lessons and resources. It was opened in response to the education shutdown for pupils aged from 4 to 16 during the COVID-19 pandemic.

It delivered two million lessons in its first week of operation, and the material is accessed from a free website, which is sorted by year group and subject or schedule. They succeeded in developing more than 40,000 resources with the support of 550 teachers and delivered over 150 million lessons in their online classroom.

15. Phonics Play

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Phonics Play is a paid site that offers online phonic games. It helps teach children the relationship between letters and sounds.

The online platform game also develops the skills needed to read and write. The company is registered in England and Wales. The popular resources of the Phonics Play are:

  • PhonicsPlay Comics
  • Dragons Den
  • Picnic on Pluto
  • Welcome to The Zoo
  • Planetary Plurals
  • Buried Treasure

16. FuseSchool

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FuseSchool is a world-class education site. They took secondary school science and maths curriculums and broke them down into small bite-size chunks of learning. The sites covered mainly 13-16 years of students' concepts learned in schools worldwide.

FuseSchool - Global Education has 943 high-quality animated videos. Basically, they publish three days a week on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday with:

  • Chemistry online lessons
  • Biology online lessons
  • Physics online lessons
  • Maths online lessons

17. Cosmic Kids

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Cosmic Kids provides yoga with mindfulness and relaxation for kids. Around 99% of parents see a positive change in their kid's health after using it.

The website has 400 million views globally. The yoga site is also available in the mobile app. However, it is a paid-for site, which will be around $50.56 per year. Cosmic Kids is available on their app and can give millions of kids around the world access to healthy screen time. Out of this, they also provide access to learning offline.

18. IXL

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IXL is a digital platform learning experience. It provides comprehensive, curriculum-aligned maths and English content for LKG to class XII.

Rosetta Stone,,, TPT, and other resources are the main products of an IXL. They serve educational sites with more than 20 years of educational teaching expertise. Today, they are available in 190 countries with 30 languages. More than 14 million students use IXL and over 120 billion questions are answered by them.

19. History For Kids

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History For Kids is a free online history network. Children can enjoy and have fun exploring their website.

The website offers various articles, worksheets, and a quiz on each section while you scroll them to different levels. They also can find videos, cool games, and worksheets on many historical events. It will help you to understand those that have gone before us.

20. DK Find Out!

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The website DK Find Out! offers fun, facts, games, quizzes, and other activities on different topics. It also provides books such as Science, Earth, Space, Maths, and History.

It allows a wide variety of information to all age groups related to life, travel, and children. With over 45 years of publishing experience DK Find Out! informed the students about festivals and holidays, cultures and traditions, religions and politics, and special events around the world.

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