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Educational resources

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Free educational apps, games and websites

You don't always have to pay big bucks for great educational games, apps, and websites. Lots of outstanding free options are only a click away. Since the subjects here range from reading to math skills, kids can find all sorts of fun practice for all kinds of topics.

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5 tips to help kids catch up in school

If you notice your kid is having trouble or falling behind with schoolwork, it's time to take action. Check out these five simple tips parents can use to help their kids catch up in school.

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Make music count

Thrive in math with the freshest songs on the piano.

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How to use the Google Translate mobile app

Google Translate can be a great tool to help translate documents and messages coming from your kids' school. Learn how to get started with the mobile app here.

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4 tips for learning with technology

Today, there's no shortage of apps, websites, and games that claim to be educational. But what's really best for learning? Here are some tips that will help you look beyond the labels to get the most out of digital media.

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6 tips for families using the Seesaw class app

If your kid's teacher is using Seesaw Class to share assignments or help with distance learning, check out these tips on how to use the app from your mobile device.

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Tips for using Google Classroom for distance learning

As more schools adopt Google Classroom for distance learning, it's a good idea for parents to understand how to use the online tool and best support their kids.

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4 tips for parents using the class Dojo mobile app

If your kid's teacher is using ClassDojo to run classroom activities or help with distance learning, check out these tips on how to use the app from your mobile device.

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Getting started with the Microsoft Teams app

If your kid's teacher is using Microsoft Teams for distance learning, follows these steps to start using the app from your mobile device or desktop computer.  

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Tips for parents using the Schoology mobile app

If your kid's teacher is using Schoology to run classroom activities or help with distance learning, check out these tips on how to use the app from your mobile device.

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Reflex math and 9 more free math games for kids

Flex your math muscles with these free apps and sites.

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Free online games for kids

These games are all free to play, as well as entertaining, exciting, and (in some cases) educational. Try out these cool games without breaking the bank.

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Best free iPhone and iPad apps for kids

We've hand-picked the highest-quality selections for the lowest price: free! Though some have optional in-app purchases, they're all usable without you having to spend a dime. From a brain-building game for the littlest players to a creative image editor for teens, these are iPad and iPhone apps for kids big and small.

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Free apps for kids

This list features some of our favorite free-to-download apps for kids, and although some of them have optional in-app purchases, we've only included the highest-quality selections that are still fun to play.

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30 cool things kids can learn online (for free)

Links, videos, and instructions for really fun family projects.

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6 research-backed sites and apps that can boost your kids' report card,

Improve academic performance with free and low-cost tools that strengthen kids' fundamental reading and math skills.

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Gain hands-on experience coding with Minecraft Hour of Code tutorials.

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Try Microsoft MakeCode

Use Microsoft MakeCode tutorials to learn game development and computer science concepts.

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