In addition to tutoring, some of these resources are a great addition to supplement your child/teen’s education and learning during the school session, summer break and other vacation breaks. Best part is they are all free!
http://sciencenetlinks.com/ -This site provides free K-12 science lessons and activities, teaching tools, interactivities and podcasts for teachers, students and families.
http://www.kidshealth.org This site is the #1 most-trusted source for physician-reviewed information and advice on children’s health and parenting issues. It presents programs of light, moderate and vigorous exercise for K-5 to develop flexibility, strength and cardiovascular health.
http://www.educore.ascd.org – Resources to help implement the Common Core Standards.
http://www.watchyoulearn.org – Free educational videos for K-12 students about all different subjects.
http://undsci.berkeley.edu/ – Understanding Science was developed for K-higher education teachers and students to look at science, its principles and methods. It also has a resource library.
http://www.readwritethink.org This site presents 58 student interactive for gradesK-12 that develop skills in organizing and summarizing, inquiry and analysis, writing poetry, writing and publishing prose, and learning about language. For parents and students it has after school projects, activities, and games.
http://www.motivate.maths.org This site provides opportunities for students in grades K-12 to discover how math relates to life and other subjects.