Learning Resources for Elementary Kids

If you have a child who is elementary school-age (K-5), you know how important is is to have reliable resources to help you. Whether you homeschool or send a child to school, it’s always nice to find a fresh idea to make learning come to life.

50 Learning Resources for Elementary Kids - organized by subject - This Reading MamaAnd today, I’m sharing some online elementary learning blogs that specialize in certain subject areas or ways of teaching. If you click on each link, it will take you to one of their favorite (or most popular) posts so you can get a “taste” of their style to see if you’d like more! My prayer is that you will be encouraged and empowered as you work with your own elementary child. In case you also have younger kiddos, there are a few links at the end for you, too.

50+ Learning Resources for Elementary Kids


Literacy Resources


Math & Sciences Resources


History/Geography Resources


The Arts & Craft Resources


Special Needs Resources

Bible Teaching Resources


Other Elementary Resources


Early Childhood Education Resources

If you’re also teaching a wee one, you may enjoy these amazing resources for them, too!


You can also find TONS of activities for Elementary kids on our After School Board. I encourage you to follow along!
Follow The Educators’ Spin On It’s board After School Activities & Adventures on Pinterest.


It’s your turn to link up! We would love to have you link up your School-Age Post (Ages 5 and up) about your learning week after school time including Crafts, Activities, Playtime and Adventures that you are doing to enrich your children’s lives after their day at school, homeschool or on the weekend!

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  1. What an amazing resource list, Becky! Thanks so much for including Living Montessori Now! Have a great week. :)

  2. Excellent resource list! Thank you for including Pre-K Pages!

  3. Thanks for including Growing Book by Book is this super helpful resource list!

  4. What a great collection and resource! Thank you for including The Well Nourished Nest! :)

  5. This is a great resource list Becky! Thank you so much for including Sweetness and Light! Will pin and share via all my social media :) Have a great day!

  6. What a wonderful resource! Thank you for including Multicultural Kid Blogs!

  7. Thank you, Becky! This is a great list. I’m off to Pin now. :)

  8. Thank you, my friend, for mentioning FFS!

  9. Thanks Becky for including my resources about Daniel Boone! A great list to share with my followers and just in time for planning back to school!!

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