Online Resources to Keep Kids Busy While Working from Home

It can seem nearly impossible for working parents to get in a full day’s work and keep their children occupied throughout the day.

Below are sites that you can explore with your kiddo to help keep them learning and exploring while working from home. Printables are always a great pick for children who enjoy colouring, and for older children lots of museums offer virtual tours. There are also websites that you can use for overall cognitive development. 

We’re always adding fun daycare activities to the HiMama website so that’s a great first stop. If you’re looking for some more activities to try, check out the resources below and keep your kids entertained so you can get back to work!

Activities for Toddlers

At Home Activities for Toddlers, by HiMama

40+ Best Indoor Activities from Busy Toddler

Free Worksheets for Kids from 123 Homeschool 4 Me

Preschool Inspirations

ABC Mouse

At-Home Activities from Time

Activities About Animals

San Diego Zoo

FarmFood 360

National Geographic

Activities for Preschoolers and Pre-K

At Home Activities for Preschoolers, by HiMama

Supercharged Science

At-Home Resources for Kids from KiwiCo


Free Children Stories

101+ Ideas To Keep Your Kids Busy During Coronavirus Closures from Forbes

Activities for School-Age Children


Mystery Science


CanFigureIt Geometry

Discovery K12

38 Screen-Free Activities That’ll Keep Your Kids Busy While You Get Stuff Done from The Loop

Math and Logic Problems from A+ Click

Craft and Art Activities

Highlights Kids

Movement Activities


Little Twisters Yoga



The British Museum

Have you been using any other sites to keep your kiddos entertained? Let us know in the comments!

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Ria Reive

Ria Reive in the Community Ambassador at HiMama. Prior to starting at HiMama, Ria was an Early Childhood Educator and worked 6 years in the classroom. She taught all ages but mainly preschoolers. Ria lives in Toronto with her husband. In her spare time, she enjoys time with her niece and nephew and being on the water.

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