Website Offers Free Online Learning for Pre-K through 4th Grade

by | Sep. 13, 2010

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The Internet has loads of free information available in just a millisecond. But finding that information in an organized, lesson-based form can be difficult.

One Web site sponsored by Head of the Class provides online learning to tens of thousands of parents, teachers, and learners. And this week, Head of the Class released its fourth-grade learning content, extending its product offerings from preschool through fourth grade.

Within the Head of the Class Web site, learners—homeschoolers or those looking to supplement other forms of education—will find instruction and thousands of activities on math, spelling, reading, writing, history, geography, art, music, Spanish, and more. By the end of the year, instruction will be available for fifth grade, and education through 8th grade will be available by Spring 2011.

According to Dr. Kris Jamsa, president of Head of the Class, “There are over 1,500 learning activities which range from videos, to multimedia, to worksheets, and computer applications. Our fourth-grade release brings our learning activity count to over 7,600! Parents, teachers, and learners have access to all of these activities on the Web at no cost.”

Head of the Class offers learning content on the Web for free. To start learning, visit
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