Crash Course is a YouTube channel with TedEd-style videos on a huge variety of topics. They are fun, fast-moving, and short enough to keep kids engaged before their attention-span runs out, while still providing enough information to really cover content quite well and provide provocative jumping-off points for further study and exploration. The World History... Continue Reading →
Kids Discover Online is a searchable and browsable online repository of kid-friendly resources on a huge variety of educational topics. There is some free content here, but for around $60 per year - depending where you are - you can get access to over 1000 resources. The huge bonus with these is that they're very... Continue Reading →
Draw with Jazza is a YouTube channel with a great variety of drawing and animation tutorials. Jazza draws on comic-book and anime style for inspiration, making the art both accessible and fun for kids and teens.
Food lab is a great series of videos from the University of Queensland and an Australian Masterchef finalist discussing and demonstrating the science of food.
ABC Splash has free resources and games on a variety of topics, searchable by keyword, curriculum area and Australian school year.
Pixelmator is a reasonably-priced image editor for Mac and iOS. The tutorial section of their website has a number of free, clear, quick and well-designed video tutorials on almost everything you might need to do with the Mac version of their software.
NASA for students has a variety of free NASA content on everything to do with space and related science and technology with filters for different age groups. It's complemented by the NASA YouTube channel.