At Home, At Large: Kids

Keep the kids at bay.

The school closures in the Kingdom have sent a ripple effect into parent communities as many battle to find ways to smoothly transition kids into at-home life. Now that many parents have started adjusting to the new homeschooling system, they have found their children bored most of the time. This is why we’ve listed different activities to keep your kids both educated and entertained during their lockdown.

Here is a list of Online Resources for educational activities



Brainpop is an animated educational site for kids, covering the subjects of science, English, social studies, math, arts and music. You can get free access to it for now. The website contains educational games, quizzes and engaging activities to keep the children’s attention focused.




This website offers a free access of online classes for ages 3-18 given by qualified teachers. They follow a social and safe learning experience, where they engage the kids in a fun way to educate them.



Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization that creates a set of online tools to educate students. The organization makes short lessons in the form of videos and provides practice exercises and materials for educators.




With a free trial period, you can access this website and view all the unconventional learning techniques and subjects they offer.




Tynker is an easy and informative coding website for children above 5 years to learn computer programming. This website offers a free access to their premium coding courses during the school closures.



Beast Academy

Beas Academy is an illustrated online math curriculum for ages 8-13. The website offers plenty of dynamic problem-solving skills and fun puzzles to keep kids engaged while learning.



British Council Saudi Arabia

The British Council Saudi Arabia website is offering English courses for children. Click here to explore more.


Here is also a list of some Youtube Channels that are informative and fun for kids: 

  • Crash Course Kids
  • Science Max
  • National Geographic Kids
  • Free School
  • Geography Focus
  • TheBrainScoop
  • Kids Learning Tube

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