Don’t miss out on something good…

When last school year ended abruptly, we all were clueless about how comfortable we all should be with this new normal scenario… turns out, the coming school year is looking a lot more inclined towards homeschooling or online schooling.

To ease out the transitioning into new grade and getting most of the online learning and new challenges, some of the websites are offering noticeable games, online camps, online learning activities.

I lately stumble upon this website, Varsity Tutors and felt like mentioning, as it might be helpful for many parents.  

 According to Varsity Tutors, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, founded in 2007 is the largest live learning platform in the United States. They have numerous free resources to help students and parents cope with school and summer camp closures.

Virtual School Day: Nearly 200 free, live K-12 classes available all day long intended to help parents fill their children’s day with enriched learning. Some popular classes are “Intro to Spanish for Kids”, “Coolest Women in History”, “Java Programming Basics”, and “The Story of Your Favorite Fairy Tales”.
Virtual Summer Camps: Free half-day summer camps are a week-long, with enrichment-based classes in subjects like foreign languages, chess, theater, coding, Minecraft, how to be a detective, photography, and more. These live, interactive camps are taught by expert instructors vetted through Varsity Tutors’ platform. They already have 300+ camps scheduled for the summer and 2,000 families per day signing up.

Adaptive Diagnostic Assessments: Measure a student’s proficiency and identify strengths and weaknesses in hundreds of subjects. Get an effective learning plan along with free tools to improve.

Varsity Learning Tools: More than 250,000 free practice problems in over 200 subjects. Also available as mobile applications.

All of these free resources can be found at

All in all, when we are moving to online learning, to keep our kids academically and emotionally sound and engage, this site is worth checking out.