In order to help the almost 1 million kids in the U.S. whose schools have closed due to COVID-19, Age of Learning is offering its services free of charge to the schools and families that have been impacted. It will also make its online learning available abroad through UNICEF.

Schools and school districts that have or will close can complete this form in order to get more information on how to receive free access to, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ. Families can also access the Adventure Academy and ABCmouse for a free 30-day trial.

ABCmouse teaches reading, math, science, art, and colors through innovative games for kids ages 2-8 years old. There are more than 850 lessons to keep kids occupied and entertained while they aren’t in school.

Kids ages 8-13 years old can log into Adventure Academy for fun lessons on math, language arts, science, and social studies. They can customize their characters just like a non-educational video game but learn about important topics, such as fractions and ecosystems.

ReadingIQ offers kids under 12 the chance to fit an entire library in their pocket. It gives access to books with a range from pre-readers to independent and Spanish readers. Kids can listen to more than 700 titles that are read aloud for listening comprehension.

Families can go on Age of Learning’s website to learn more.