This resource library has been established to support parents and students in home learning. Your child may already be accessing online learning programs subscribed to by your school. These can be continued at home. This guide provides additional resources for learning at home which may look different to classroom learning.
Cool Australia's Learn@Home resources are designed for parents & carers to use with their children at home. Includes self-directed, hands-on learning for students ages 10 and over.
Free online multidisciplinary learning. Requires learners to create an account. Your child may already have a school account.
Youtube, partnering with Khan Academy and other learning creators, have brought together a range of resources and activities.
Online learning for English, maths, science, history, geography and commerce.
Offers a free trial period.
A library of curriculum-aligned activities across the subject areas. Lessons are structured and access to online tutors is part of the service
This product may be used in your school, alternatively you can access a free trial.
Storyline Online is available for children, parents, caregivers and educators worldwide. Each book includes learning aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills.
A free online guide supporting literacy learning at home through collaborative play and shared discovery.
LiteracyPlanet offers access to thousands of curriculum aligned exercises covering a range of areas from pre-reading to advanced grammar.
Students are learning to be Moneysmart through a community of passionate teachers and well-informed schools.
Core maths and problem solving skills through interactive lessons.
Offers a 30 day free trial.
Personalised maths learning for K-6 students aligned to your local curriculum.
Your child may already have an account with their school.
National Geographic Kids provides interactive learning for science, history, and geography.
A collection of learning materials and activities from NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab.
Zoos Victoria have set up a few live stream cameras from Melbourne Zoo and Werribee Open Range Zoo, so you can enjoy the zoo from anywhere.
Bush Blitz is Australia’s largest nature discovery program and we now have a virtual citizen science expedition that anyone can join. We are encouraging Australians to learn more about the plants and animals around them while contributing to our understanding of Australia’s biodiversity.
The following page of our website contains links to all of the information they would need to take part in this citizen science project: https://bushblitz.org.au/introducing-an-expedition-for-everyone/
TypingClub is a typing and keyboarding program with lessons and incentives that help kids learn to touch-type.
An online platform to learn how to code with guided courses and challenges. Supported by online tutors.
Humanities & Social Sciences (HASS)
The Orb is a collection of online resources to assist the teaching of Tasmanian Aboriginal histories and cultures. It is a dynamic project and will be regularly updated with new resources.
Behind the News explores news using the current language, trendy music and popular culture of youths.
Dr Anita Collins presents new research on the impact of music education on a child?s brain. Thought-provoking questions for inspiring K-6 whole school conversations accompany this resource.
Health & Physical Education
Smiling Mind is a unique tool developed by psychologists and educators to help bring balance to your life through meditation and mindfulness.
Suitable for children and adults of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, Yulunga can be used as an educational resource and as a guide to inclusive, structured sport within communities.
Learning Potential is an Australian Government website featuring tips and ideas to help you nuture your child's potential at home.
Fun, low-cost play ideas designed to help children learn. Features activity guides for children aged 0-6 years.
Activities parents can do at home with their preschool-aged child. Includes reading advice.