Free Online Activities While You Stay at Home During COVID-19

Staying at home is very important during this time of COVID-19 pandemic to help slow down the spread of the virus and flatten the curve. With everyone in the family at home for sure, it will only take a few days or hours until someone is bored and doesn’t know what to do. Luckily there are quite a lot of free online activities or free websites that everyone can use during this time to entertain and to be productive by learning something new.

Keep the family busy at home. We have a list of free websites for the whole family as you stay at home during COVID-19.
Keep the family busy at home. We have a list of free websites for the whole family as you stay at home during COVID-19.

List of Free Online Activities While You Stay at Home

For Entertainment

Amazon Prime includes access to their Prime video and music collection. If you don’t have Amazon Prime, you can start with a 30-day Free trial.

Netflix – Get Free one-month trial.

Hulu – Free One-month trial.

Sling TV – Free 14-day trial

Disney Plus – One week trial

HBO Now – 7 days free

AT&T TV Now – One week free

Redbox – Free Live TV


Get Free Kindle reading app and check out their list of Free Kindle ebooks. You can also get 30-day Free Trial of Kindle Unlimited.

Audible – If you love audiobooks, you can get Free 30-day trial.

Story Weaver – Storybooks in different languages.


Chloe Ting on Youtube

Popsugar Fitness

Yoga with Adriene

Free educational websites for kids.
Free educational websites for kids

Educational Sites

For Pre-schoolers (3-4 years old)

123 Homeschool for ME – Free printable worksheets from preschool to 8th Grade

British Council – Free online games, stories and activities for young children

For Elementary (Grades 1-5) (5-10 years old)

Code It – Fun coding lessons for kids

Duo Lingo – For learning a new language

For Middle School (Grade 6-8) (11-13 years old)

Adventure Academy – 1st month free

Sandbox – Uses OK Go’s music videos to inspire students to explore various STEAM concepts. Integrates art, science and math. – Motivates kids to learn new skills. With free trial.

Google CS First – Free computer science curriculum.

Nanowrimo – Free fun creative writing lessons.

For High School (Grade 9-12) (14-18 years old)

Library of Congress

Smithsonian Education


For College and Advanced Learning

Coursera – Some courses are free.

Udemy – They offer select free courses

Future Learn

Canvas Network – Course catalog for teachers

Remember staying at home and social distancing are the best thing that we can do for ourselves and our community during this pandemic. Stay safe and healthy.

If you know of other free things to access now, please comment below.

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