Parents and guardians on a homeschooling roll can keep the momentum going through languid summer months by accessing online educational resources. Options are aplenty, but 10 that garner attention include:

1. ABC Mouse, for ages 2-8: The site is free for 30 days, and a current subscription is offered at 49% off. Kids enter a Learning Path and have the option of participating in more than 850 lessons across 10 levels.

2. Khan Academy: A donation-supported nonprofit with a stated mission “to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.” Offered free are lessons and help aids in such topics as math (K-12 through early college), grammar, science, history, AP and SAT prep, and more.

3. Kahoot: With shared learning games accessed and played by thousands around the globe, this free site also has a fun “Kahoot of the Week,” a game that encourages weekly competition.

4. Scholastic: Its new Learn at Home website offers free daily courses geared toward grade and middle schoolers.

5. FunBrain: All kinds of games to challenge and engage kids are available for reading, math skills and more; plus, there are entertaining educational videos.

6. National Geographic for Kids: A range of free videos, brain boosters,and games encourage observation and exploration of surroundings as well as responsibility toward nature, animals and the environment.

7. The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids: Besides providing a daily calendar with date, local weather and moon phase, this site provides more than 40 free stories and activities for kids, such as “The Brain: Your Own Personal Supercomputer,” and downloadable, informational sheets with brain teasers, jokes and vocabulary.

8. Daily Teaching Tools: The free site has 180 journal prompts to keep kids writing.

9. 7 Little Words: Free daily puzzler promotes word building based on a crossword puzzle-like model.

10. Daily Grammar: This free site covers grammar rules in hundreds of easy-to-understand, short lessons with a quiz at the end of each segment.