PragerU Kids: Educational Resources
A guide designed for parents detailing actions you can take to help protect your children and take an active role in their education.
A sample policy, together with instructions, for parents and teachers to submit to schoolboards and school administrations in place of CRT and other Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion policies.
PragerU Kids magazines teach elementary, middle, and high school students about historical leaders and current world events often mischaracterized in today's classrooms.
Recommended reading lists highlighting American values and categorized by grade level.
Otto's Tales, PragerU’s beautifully illustrated children’s books, teach young readers important values through American holidays and traditions.
Students age 16+ are invited to join PragerFORCE, PragerU's student ambassador program. Members use digital media to change minds, promote American values, and build connections with thousands of young patriots around the world!
Art and Music
Free resources and lesson plan materials to introduce students to the joy of music.
Journey through a variety of art eras and learn about famous artists and their masterpieces.
Artful Parent is a useful Resource with hundreds of art activities to keep your family happily creating and learning day after day.
A board game for kids designed to teach financial management skills.
A self-paced online course in personal finance for high school students.
These fun Dave Ramsey books and tools for kids ages 3-12 will help teach them about giving, saving, and spending in an exciting way!
A series of videos that cover the American Founder’s beliefs on the role of Biblical principles in government, education, and public affairs.
The Bill of Rights Institute is an educational nonprofit that works to engage and educate individuals with a passion for the freedom and opportunity that exist in a free society.
History curriculum created with the belief in American exceptionalism and the intent to teach patriotism.
Curriculum specialist and homeschool parent Cathy Duffy reviews homeschool curriculum and other resources for those interested in homeschooling and education.
Five annual, regional homeschooling conventions with attendees from all over the United States. Dozens of speakers, 100s of workshop sessions, a huge curriculum exhibit hall, and more.
Hillsdale College K-12 Academy helps parents and teachers offer time-honored classical education to their students, whether at home or in the classroom.
Math and Science
Boddle provides adaptive math practice & assessments through a fun game.
Video lessons, study guides, experiments, and worksheets on chemistry for middle school students and up.
Courses on twenty first century math and science with a biblical foundation.
Movies and Television
A documentary on Justice Clarence Thomas featuring Justice Thomas’ first person account with a rich array of historical archive material.
A documentary film exploring the extraordinary journey of missionaries Dave and Karen Eubank as they venture into war zones where they fight to bring hope.
An animated series about two teenage reporters covering the events of the Revolutionary War for Ben Franklin’s newspaper.
Taught by Hillsdale College faculty, this nine-part course examines beloved works of children’s literature with a focus on cultivating honesty, responsibility, discipline, friendship, and courage.
A busy parent’s guide to what’s happening in your children’s classrooms and practical steps you can take to protect them.
Resources, videos, and activities for mothers to connect with their children through the arts.
Personal and Educational Development
ACE Scholarships is a nonprofit organization that raises money from donors and awards financial scholarships to students from low-income families so they can attend the school of their choice.
Free educational materials such as videos, lesson plans, and teacher’s guides on math, science, history, language arts, and more.
A free library of standards-aligned practice and lessons covering K-12 math, grammar, science, history, and more.
Storytellers recounting classic children’s stories along with related classical music.
An educational podcast covering the basics of what every American should know about history.
A podcast series that delves into communism and its effects on individuals. Each episode centers around a conversation with a resident or former resident in a communist country.
Reading and Writing
A collection of Aesop’s fables available to read for free in the Library of Congress.
Grammar lessons that weave concepts together in a logical order, creating a clear understanding of the English language, both in speaking and writing.
Books for K-12th grade that teach history through the power of story.
America’s First Freedom is a thematic unit of study intended to supplement junior and senior-level high school instruction.
Bible stories for girls that celebrate women in the Bible and teach lessons about real beauty, authentic leadership, and walking boldly in faith.
Resources to strengthen, teach, and encourage families as they seek to follow the biblical model for the Christian home.
Virtual Field Trips
Access Mars lets you explore a 3D replica of the Martian surface, exactly as it was recorded by the Curiosity Rover.
Follow National Park rangers on a journey to places most people never go in stunning 360° video.
Visitors can take a virtual, 360-degree, self-guided tour of the entire National Museum of the United States Air Force.