Home activities for remote learners

Whether you're looking for extra activities for curious young minds or need to supplement your child's learning when they're home for an extended time, these resources can help your family learn, keep busy, and be creative.

Tip: Have an older learner who needs to create papers and presentations? Check out the resources to help students ace their school projects.

Focus on the fundamentals

Help little ones learn their ABC's with these fun alphabet flash cards.

Get the flash cards

Help kids perfect their penmanship with this handwriting practice paper.

Start handwriting practice

Math is amazing! Use this math maze game to help kids learn to multiply by 3.

Open math maze game

Help kids improve their math skills with these handy multiplication tables.

Open multiplication tables

Keep track of time with these fun classroom timers.

Get the alarm clock style timer

Keep track of time with these fun classroom timers.

Get the hourglass style timer

Turn goals into reality with this handy goal-setting template.

Track your goals

Jot down your thoughts and compile a list of various self-care goals with a personal journal.

Open writing journal

Explore the world around you

It's all fun and games

What's your high score? Use this video game tracker to celebrate your achievements.

Track video games

Stuck on Sudoku? Use this puzzle solver to help complete your game.

Open Sudoku solver

Make your own quiz show game and test your knowledge with this template.

Create a quiz

Bookworm? Make fun bookmarks and save your place in all your favorite books.

Open bookmark maker

Learn to draw digitally by starting with these basics.

Learn to draw with ink

Print music staffs and compose your own songs.

Open music staffs

For more fun activities, including coloring books and funny fill-in-the-blank stories, have a look at this collection of family activities.

Add cheer to your learning space

Print any of these fun, infographic posters to decorate your learning space or use the images to create your own slide show.

Discover other resources

Life with kids can get busy—stay on top of your schedule with an organized calendar. Set schoolwork reminders, contact caretakers, and schedule exercise breaks, all with Microsoft Outlook.

Store all your kids' files in OneDrive—from favorite photos and creative projects to schoolwork—so they're backed up and easy to share.

Extra time at home can sometimes mean extra time on devices. Keep kids safer online, set screen time limits, and keep everyone connected with Microsoft Family.

Stay organized and connected by adding recipes, shopping lists, contact info, and more to a shared family notebook. Create a family notebook.

Chat with family and friends around the world with Skype.

Get more support for remote learning

Whether your kids are in the walls of a classroom or connecting remotely, Office 365 Education provides the tools you need to keep your student supported and engaged.

Read more about remote teaching and learning in Office 365 Education.

Parents and guardians, read about distance learning with Office 365.

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