Some educational online resources for kids include Kids.gov, e-learning for kids and the website of the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago. Of these, e-learning for kids is perhaps the most comprehensive, complete with a range of full "courseware," or courses, designed to complement learning at school. They can also be used to support the learning of children who are taught at home.
The courseware is based on the globally recognized curriculum of the International Baccalaureate, and improvements have been made according to the feedback of users.
Courses are suitable for children aged between 5 and 12 and topics include traditional subject areas, such as math, science and language, along with more progressive ones, such as environmentalism and life skills. To make the best use of this resource, it is recommended for parents or teachers to help children in gaining access to the materials.
Conversely, the website of the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, is highly accessible for children to use unsupervised. Educational resources include wildlife and engineering videos, do-it-yourself activities and a variety of educational games.
Also highly accessible to young children is Kids.gov, which covers a much wider range of subject areas. Although some of these subject areas, such as jobs and money, might be ill-suited to young children, the website also offers interactive games and activities in a wide range of more universally engaging topics, including art, music, science and math.