Resources for Online Learning

Resources for Online Learning

Georgia Pre-K Resources

Provided by GA Pre-K, they update the website every day with new activities. Plus, storytime, virtual field trips, and tips to making at-home learning successful.

Scholastic at Home Learning

Organized as a weekly calendar, this website provides learning resources divided by age group and grade. It provides interesting lesson plans and colorful, intriguing sources for learning.

Kahn Academy 

Kahn offers free lessons in math, science and humanities from kindergarten through the early years of college. Students can use Kahn’s exercises, quizzes, and instructional videos to learn and master skills. They will get immediate feedback and encouragement.


From the creators of TedTalk, TED-Ed emails lesson plans to your inbox based on your needed criteria. TED-Ed is working with expert educators and TED speakers throughout the world to create and share high-quality, interactive, video-based lessons on a daily basis, for free.


Best for Pre-K-3rd grade. StarFall started as a free interactive way to teach young children to read using phonics, kids can play games, watch short videos on letters and sounds, and flip through “books” of stories. It’s free, easy yo use and offers bright colors and engaging images.

Virtual Field Trips

This huge list compiled by We are Teachers includes, zoos, farms, aquariums, museums, caves and even MARS! It’s a great opportunity to take a trip right from your living room!

Local Resources:

The Rock Ranch

The Rock Ranch is getting creative with their virtual field trips. On Facebook, they are giving lesson plans on the growth of frogs, Georgia insects, rock classification and so much more. Each lesson plan relates back to the agriculture of the farm.

The Columbus Museum

The Columbus Museum is offering activities for the young (and young at heart!) inspired by the Museum’s collection. These activities include projects, coloring sheets and video tours.

Oxbow Meadows

Each Wednesday Oxbow Meadows goes live on Facebook to give viewers a wildlife encounter. These educational demonstrations focus on native species. Additionally, Oxbow Meadows has online resources to give parents ideas to explore nature.

RiverCenter’s website now includes an education page with shared lessons and projects from their teaching artists, such as the scientific study of centripetal force with juggling or exploring literature through puppetry.