I missed posting this here on Monday, but all remains relevant:
If you are forgoing the Easter Break to keep your kids busy—It’s Monday and time to hit the books! Here are a few resources for innovative at-home learning and discovering in many different topics and for various age groups.
Amazing resources for learning at home for all ages, teachers, students, and parents.
A reading app with over 3,500 free, leveled books for early readers.
Sign up for a free account and start playing these standards-based math activities (Middle School level)
Oxford University Press English Language Teaching
Parent’s Resources for teaching English at Home, all ages
Khan Academy a non-profit organization, is always free and provides high-quality school content and challenges for kids (and adults) of all ages. Make sure to check out Khan Kids for the littlest of learners. You will need to sign up.
PBS Learning Media
These interactive lesson plans are curricular-aligned to meet standards from preschool all the way through high school. An amazing choice of subjects and topics browsable by grade level.
Coding with Scratch
or a self-paced class for kids (8+):
The Cat in the Hat Invents for Pre-schoolers
Everyone’s favorite Cat is the star of this STEM-based website that challenges kids to be engineers and problem-solvers.
National Geographic Kids
Explore the world through videos and games
Note: The listings below are for a fee, we are not paid to advertise nor can attest to their quality, but are just aiming to support other English-led service providers in Berlin:
WEM Cloud-School for Young and Old (The promotion period only costs 5 Euros / 30 minutes.) Sign up firstname.lastname@example.org. These classes will be held online.
“KUMON English” on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 to 10:40. Or on Wednesday and Friday from 10:30 to 11:10.
“German for little kids” on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00 to 10:30