Coronavirus: your questions answered - the doctors from BBC's Operation Ouch answer some common questions
Books, stories, writing and drawing
BookTrust Home Time - competitions, storybooks, games and quizzes
British Library - brilliant activities and discoveries at the British Library
Cressida Cowell - reading 'How to Train Your Dragon' and sharing magical ideas on YouTube
Chris Riddell - reading, audiobooks and drawing
Rob Biddulph - author and illustrator Rob Biddulph is holding drawing sessions: #DrawWithRob
Marcus Sedgwick - reading from his books
Michael Rosen - poems and stories
Peter Bunzl - find out more about the author of the Cogheart series
Robin Stevens - activities from the 'Murder Most Unladylike' series
CILIP National Shelf Service - book recommendations from professional librarians (YouTube)
Lovereading4kids - book recommendations
Reading Ahead - book recommendations
Storyclub - creative writing challenges
Drawing with Sarah - drawing sessions on YouTube with Sarah McIntyre
Mark Crilley - artist Mark Crilley has how-to-draw videos on YouTube in a mix of styles, like manga and real life
Steve Antony - draw a story with Steve Antony
Tom McLaughlin - learn to draw with Tom McLaughlin
Chatterbooks - free packs full of reading activities for children aged 4 to 6.
Faber - resources for Faber children's books
Bringing books to life - celebrity presenters tell you about their favourite children's books
Chris Haughton - telling stories from his Facebook page, most days from 5pm
David Walliams - stories with the popular author
Caryl Hart - activities and story times from the children's author
Jan Carr - reading a chapter a day of 'The Wonder Girls'
Mouse Circus with Neil Gaiman - Neil and friends reading stories such as Coralline
Story time from space - Astronauts reading stories from the ISS
Storyline online - stories read by celebrities using a variety of platforms
SingingHandsUK - songs and stories with Makaton
Authorfy - online access to author videos and writing resources (free registration required)
Once Upon a Picture - loads of writing prompts and ideas
Stuff that's fun and interesting
Fantastic for Families - art-related activities
Tate Kids - games and quizzes, art activities, homework help and share your art.
Girls Who Code - coding activities to do at home
MIT App Inventor - website developed by MIT to help you learn how to build android based apps
TheoCooks - a live cook along with Theo Michaels on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4pm
Creative Quarantine - creative adventures and activities for people with time to spare (young and old)
DDMIX (Diverse Dance Mix - Darcy Bussell) - for children, schools and families. Join a member of the team live on Facebook every day at 1.30pm.
Science fun - various science activities from @MrsBpriSTEM on Twitter.
Isolating pen pals (children) - connecting children across the world to promote mental health and wellbeing while we're in lockdown.
PE with Joe - fitness sessions with Joe Wicks, weekdays at 9am. Aimed at children but why not get the whole family to join in?
The Egg at Bath Theatre Royal - full length recordings of shows to keep families theatrically entertained
BBC Tiny Happy People - simple activities and play ideas for the early years
Live wildlife Q and A with Steve Backshall - Wednesdays at 9.30am on Facebook Live and YouTube
Help with learning
A2Z Homeschooling - a vast resource of links to other websites
Every School - a vast collection of links to other websites
Hungry Little Minds - Resources and ideas for home learning and activities
National Literacy Trust - Literacy charity who work with schools and communities
Twinkl with the BBC - BBC resources offered through Twinkl for free including worksheets, quizzes and BBC educational videos
Myleene's Music Klass - learn about music on Myleene Klass's YouTube channel including some live classes each week.
Made With Music - virtual early years music class.
Future Learn -World of Spies: keeping secrets - a course for 13 to 17 year olds about how to keep your secrets safe.
Classroom Secrets - free resources for home learning.
ICT games - educational games aimed at children between 5 and 8 years old.
Usborne - free fun educational and play resources for children from pre-schoolers to 11 year olds.
BBC Bitesize - revision topics for the national curriculum and daily activities while schools are closed. Aimed at 3 age groups: primary, secondary and 16+.
Britannica for Kids - kids version of Britannica. An American site, so done by 'grade' but still very useful.
Free science lessons - free revision videos for GCSE science.
National Archives - a huge range of resources on medieval history onwards, separated into different time periods, from key stage 1 to 5.
Oxford Owl for Home - home learning resources for primary school children.
STEM online - free resources for home learning, in-school and family activities
Scholastic Learn at Home - Loads of resources for various topics arranged in grade order (USA). Also includes stories to watch, ebooks and activities to support.