igital tools can be an excellent help for homeschoolers and educators. Many online resources can help with lesson planning, communicating with other parents and educators, and managing the day-to-day tasks of homeschooling.

Digital tools can help parents and educators in many different ways. Many apps and websites offer quizzes, games, and other resources that can help us teach kids to learn and have fun at the same time.


There are a lot of demo game options to play on the platform in many subjects for different grades. Go to the discover app and you have wide options to choose from like Disney quiz, NASA quiz, Quiz by Microsoft, Quiz by WHO, etc.

There are quizzes on the platform on different subjects in various topics, we like to take these quizzes after finishing a topic.

In the paid version you can make groups, and you can choose to buy activity packages from the marketplace.

Children who love trivia will love the games on Kahoot. Children can take a movie quiz or space quiz, and history lovers can take a quiz on history.

Parents/educators can choose to create their own game in the subject they desire and share the pin with others.


You need to sign up and can use a variety of resources available on the app.

You can use the app for presentations, multimedia content, and assessments.

There are millions of lessons already created on the app by other users, you can use those or create your own.

The presentation feature is great for engaging all learners in the classroom. You can add questions, polls, videos, etc. to your presentation.

The assessments feature allows you to create quizzes and track the progress of your students.

You can use popular topics like Current events eg. Russia Ukraine War, Economic Inflation, and Words of the year 2021.


This is a great tool for creating interactive presentations.

You can add questions, videos, images, and other multimedia content to your presentation.

There are a lot of ideas given for conversation starters that parents/teachers can use to introduce a topic to kids.

You can use the app for free with a limited number of features.

To unlock all the features, you need to upgrade to the premium version.

There are these templates that you can use like

Pear Deck Templates: Book Club Discussions

They have resources from EiE® by the Boston Museum of Science on climate change.

Google resources like being Internet Awesome- You can install the Be internet awesome curriculum and use it for your class/kids

Other resources are Think Cerca, Facing History and Ourselves, Newsela, PBS Newshour, EVERFI, Canva, etc.

There are more content ideas that you can discover on the Contact Orchard.


You need to sign up on Flipgrid, either you create your topic or you can browse through topics already available. There is so much to explore that one day might not be enough. You can use it for writing, reading, speaking, or even math.

The topics are not just restricted to academics, you can find topics on social issues, the latest trends, hobbies, and more. For example- You want to start a book club discussion, you can create a topic on Flipgrid and invite others. The best part is that you can see the responses of others and comment on them. This way you can have a discussion even if you are not in the same place. It is a great way to connect with people worldwide and learn from each other.


You can use the app to save and organize content from all over the web. You can create collections of articles, videos, and other resources on a certain topic. You can also find ready-made collections on Wakelet that you can use for your research or class. The app is free to use and there is no limit on the number of collections you can create. You can also use the app to create a portfolio of your work. This is a great way to showcase your skills and achievements. The app is available on the web and mobile devices.

Jul 5, 2022
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