Crowdsourcing Free Educational Resources for Kids: We Want Your Help

Note: Since this post was written, we have created a big list of resources called 200 Free K-12 Educational Resources: Video Lessons, Mobile Apps, Web Sites, Free Books & More. Please check it out.

Calling all teachers, parents, home schoolers, and beyond. We’re going to enter some new territory today and start creating a big meta collection of free educational resources for younger students — for anyone in the K-12 range. Of course, we all know about the Khan Academy, and they’ll be included on the list. But what other great resources would you like to see mentioned here? For example, we recently pointed you to Lit2Go’s collection of audiobooks for youngsters. In times past, we’ve told you about CK-12 and their free textbooks for high school students; the Royal Institution’s Christmas Lectures for Children; and these great animated versions of Shakespeare’s plays. If it’s an open educational resource geared toward children, we want to know about it. And we’ll pull them all together in a nicely organized list and share them with you and others. You can tell us your favorites in the comments section below. Or simply email us your faves here. We thank you in advance for your contributions!

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