With schools closed because of the coronavirus, it’s easy as parents to worry about your child falling behind on their curriculum. Luckily, we’re seeing a ton of companies offer their learning resources for FREE so that students and parents can navigate this time together! Here are a few great offers to look into.

Textbooks. CK-12 is a non-profit providing “open textbooks” for K-12 students all over the world. It offers free high-quality, standards-aligned, open content in the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).

Digital reading library. The International Children’s Digital Library provides free access to high-quality children’s books from around the world in different languages, including Arabic, Afrikaans, Danish, English, Farsi and beyond. The books are available in categories for kids 3-56-9, and 10-13.

Classic novels on audio book. This website offers over 400 classic stories that you’d be reading in English class as audio books—completely free of charge!

Online learning. NeoK12 is designated as a “Great Site for Kids” by the American Library Association. The site provides educational videos, lessons, quizzes and educational games for K-12 students in various subject areas, such as science, math, health, social studies, and English.