Every year, Homeschool.com publishes our Top 100 Educational Websites – and guess what? Our 2017 list published this week! Below, we’ve included just some of the companies that made the Top 100 list. These companies offer MULTIPLE SUBJECTS:
7 Generation Games – www.7generationgames.com
7 Generation Games creates video games that combine math, history and adventure gaming – students can play adventure games and improve test scores. The company also provides educators supplemental resources on math and Native American culture.
Beestar Educations Inc. – http://beestar.org
Beestar provides innovative online math and reading exercises for kids, as well as motivational recognitions on a weekly basis. The annual Beestar National Competition brings students nationwide together to solve challenging problems and explore interesting ideas.
Bonnie Terry Learning – www.BonnieTerryLearning.com
Provides learning tools to improve spelling, reading fluency, comprehension, grammar, writing, study skills and math. Designed by an educational therapist. Their Online Educational Therapy Programs teach parents how to improve their children’s skills. For dyslexia, ADHD, learning disabilities, executive function/working memory problems, or autism.
Brainly – www.brainly.com
Brainly is a social learning community just for students. Over 60 million students a month turn to Brainly to ask more, know more, and learn faster. It’s available on desktop, iOS, and Android. And it’s free.
Bulb Digital Portfolios – http://bullapp.com
Bulb is an easy, attractive digital portfolio tool where students can create, collect, reflect and share works for all subjects and interests. Students keep their free bulb portfolio forever. You can see example portfolios at:
Buncee – www.edu.buncee.com
Buncee is a fun, easy-to-use creation and presentation tool for students. Learners of all ages can use Buncee to visualize and demonstrate learned concepts, and communicate their knowledge acquisition creatively. Works for all subjects ~ and makes learning fun!
CK-12 Foundation – http://bit.ly/29SvZyj
CK-12 is a nonprofit organization that provides FREE, high-quality K-12 STEM education materials, all aligned to state standards. These resources include digital textbooks, videos, concept-based learning resources, simulations, adaptive practice and more. They can be ported to any device, anytime, anywhere. Again, it’s 100% FREE.
Classcraft – http://classcraft.com
Classcraft transforms any learning environment and any subject into an adventure. By using conventions typically found in video games to teach, the experience drives student engagement in a fun and creative way. Can work great in a homeschool co-op.
Classical Academic Press – www.classicalacademicpress.com
Classical Academic Press is an educational publishing and media company that supplies curricula, media, and classical education training, with a dash of delight, creativity, and flair thrown in. For information by grade, click here.
Coda Quest – www.codaquest.com
Coda Quest is an engaging 3D game that engages students with self-paced lessons, practice, and assessment. It identifies student’s academic performance and sends reports to parents. For students in grades 4-8. You can sign up here.
EverBright Media – www.EverBrightMedia.com
EverBright Media’s fun animated video lessons make it easy for kids to learn wherever they are. With topics that include American history, money management, the Bible, character building, and more, each video is supplemented with learning guides and activities that reinforce the lessons. You can try one of their lessons free today.
Home Learning Institute – http://homelearninginstitute.com
Home Learning Institute offers affordable digital learning for the 21st century student. Grades K-12 packages start at $49. Curriculum is available by the course, by the month or by the year.
Homeschool Complete – http://homeschoolcomplete.com
An all-inclusive, literature-based curriculum that integrates all subject areas within thematic units with a biblical worldview. The themes appeal to children and provide activities for all learning styles. It is truly a complete program.
HUE Animation Studio – http://huehd.com
HUE Animation Studio contains everything that your children (ages 7 and up) need to learn how to create stop motion animation videos. Homeschooled students can develop and demonstrate their understanding of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art,& Math) and the 21st century skills of collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and problem solving, all while having fun. To visit the HUE store, go to http://huehd.com/shop/.
IXL Learning – www.ixl.com
IXL Learning is an educational technology company that delivers an immersive personalized learning experience – for all students, in all grades, across all subjects – helping families and schools use adaptive technology to improve teaching and learning.
Lesson Planet – www.lessonplanet.com/search
Lesson Planet’s teacher team saves time for home-educators by helping homeschoolers find just the right online curriculum resources to inspire learning, with easy ways to search, save and organize. Watch to learn more.
Moving Beyond the Page – www.movingbeyondthepage.com
Moving Beyond the Page is a complete homeschool curriculum. Their literature-based curriculum encourages critical and creative thinking, provides challenging and engaging projects, and supports different learning styles. For curriculum samples, click here.
MyEduCrate – www.myeducrate.org
MyEduCrate is a subscription box service for kids ages 7 -12. Their monthly educational themes inspire, engage and entertain – kids enjoy the interactive hands-on activities. You can learn more here, and you can subscribe here.
NCLab, Inc. – http://nclab.com
NCLab provides a comprehensive curriculum in essential 21st-century STEM job skills – computational thinking, computer programming, and 3D modeling. Learn rigorously but with the fun of a computer game. All courses are 100% self-paced and self-graded. For ages 10+.
Power-of-Film – www.power-of-film.com
The Power of Film curriculum series uses storytelling and 3D technology to promote reading and vocabulary enrichment (with some math and science integration mixed in) while also teaching about the traditions on the Oneida Indian Nation. For kids K-Grade 3.
Power-Plus-Learning, Inc. – www.power-plus-learning.com
Fun, in-depth educational programs that incorporate music, math, science, art and other subjects:
1. “Phonics to Reading”
2. “Sing Your Way to the Classics” (Meet the world’s most famous composers like Bach)
3. “The Power of the Constitution”
Readorium – https://homeschool.readorium.com
Readorium’s web-based software teaches kids reading comprehension strategies through scientific text. Original books automatically adapt to kids’ reading levels, and complex scientific concepts are presented in fun, easy-to-grasp ways to instill a love of science.
Quest Clubs – http://questclubs.net
Written and designed by homeschoolers, Quest turns anything your child is interested in into a fun and educational scouting-style badge. Whether you choose to use Quest within your own family, as part of a homeschool co-op, or in a club setting, their badges and awards will enhance your homeschool experience and help your child develop a lifelong love of learning.
Rosen Classroom – http://www.rosenclassroom.com
Rosen Classroom products help kids develop the literacy skills and content-area knowledge they need to achieve academic success. Their content boosts background knowledge with just-right informational texts that extend learning and critical thinking and help foster a love of reading.
School Made Simple – www.schoolmadesimple.com
CalcuLadder Math drills, ReadyWriter Penmanship, and AlphaBetter were written by a homeschool dad in 1984. Now, in 2017, a million homeschoolers have used these drill books and software. All build speed and accuracy. You can get your FREE SamplePak here.
Songs for Teaching – www.songsforteaching.com
This website offers thousands of children’s songs (songs about science, mathematics, social studies, the fine arts, life skills and more), lyrics, sound clips, and teaching suggestions. You can listen to the songs online for free or purchase songs that you like.
Study.com – http://study.com
Study.com offers a simple and efficient way to learn –their animated videos bring concepts to life and provide an easy, low cost way for homeschool students to gain knowledge and earn college credit.
Time4Learning – www.time4learning.com
Affordable and engaging online curriculum for Pre-K to 12th Grade. The Time4Learning curriculum includes interactive lessons, printable worksheets, detailed reporting, and much more. Monthly membership pricing is 19.95/month for Pre-K to 8th grade and $30/month for the High School Curriculum. Members can stop, start, or pause anytime. To see lesson plans by grade and subject, click here. View a demo before purchase here.
We sure hope you enjoy our Top 100 Educational Websites of 2017!