Many students use Khan Academy at home to reinforce what they’re learning in school, for homework help, or simply as a fun educational activity.
- If you’d like to help a child use Khan Academy outside the classroom, we recommend following the steps below.
Create an account for yourself
You can find instructions
Connect with your child
Connect with your child by creating their account or connecting with their existing account.
- If the child already has a Khan Academy account, they can simply add you as a coach by going to khanacademy.org/coaches.
- If the child is 13 or older, they can go to khanacademy.org to create their own account and then add you as a coach at khanacademy.org/coaches.
- If the child is under 13 and you're their parent, you can create an account for them by following these instructions.
- If the child is under 13 and you're not their parent, you can create an account for them by following these instructions.
Try out what your child will be learning
If your child wants to learn or review an entire grade level or subject, they can choose the appropriate mission. Each grade-level and subject-level mission covers all the Common Core standards for that grade or high school subject.
If your child has significant gaps in their math knowledge, you may want them to work on Early Math, Arithmetic, or Pre-algebra rather than a grade-level mission. Starting with the basics not only helps learners build firm foundations but also can increase their confidence in math.