Also known as The Body Coach, this fitness trainer from the UK hosts a live PE session on his Youtube channel for the whole family, but the workouts are easy enough for kids to follow along. He goes live in the morning in the UK but the
sessions are available on the channel long after.
Hey Mr DJ! Perfect for nine-year-olds to tweens, you don't need fancy DJ equipment. Download the free djay app by Algoriddim on your phone and tablet and it'll take your child through very stage of mixing, teaching them the basics of decks and loops before giving them the freedom to mix and
remix their library of music.
This is not just for kids — adults should join in too! Code.org launched its Code Break program recently. It is a free, live weekly webcast where members of the Code.org team teach coding and computer science to children and adults. The team sets weekly challenges for beginners, experienced coders and even those without computers.
Toddlers are a tough bunch to engage for a longer period, but Captain Fantastic may be of service. While the team usually specializes in children’s entertainment for birthday parties, they now offers aimed at different age groups throughout the week via Facebook which get uploaded to their Youtube Channel too.
If you've got a confident reader who loves languages, Lingvist has offered their education platforms for free for people to continue, or start, to teach and learn foreign languages. Choose from Russian, German, French or Spanish. The entire platform is free until 31 July but to qualify, a parent needs to sign up via Lingvist Classroom and add their child as a student.
Scholastic has a range of free home learning resource packs for kids of schooling age. They're engaging and reliable and the best part is that you get an even bigger range of free activity packs and worksheets by creating a free account.