Free access to ABCMouse

Bring home a love of learning with ABCMouse — for free!

ABCmouse.com is a leading online educational website for children ages 2–8. With more than 9,000 interactive learning activities that teach reading, math, science, art, music, and much more, ABCmouse.com is a complete online curriculum from preschool all the way through second grade.

United Way is working with partners to connect parents in our community with educational resources while schools are closed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Age of Learning, the parent company for ABCMouse, is providing this service and several others to families in southeastern Michigan, free of charge during the period of school closures.

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ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy can be used on computers, tablets, and smartphones so your young learner can learn on the go!

Learn more at ABCmouse.com/BringLearningHome.

Please enter your information below to sign up and a unique ABCmouse.com sign-in page and subscription code will be emailed to you. No credit card information will be requested. By signing up, you’ll also be enrolled in READY4K, United Way’s free text messaging program which sends parents and caregivers helpful learning tips, facts and activities each week.

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Detroit Public Library

Detroit families can access ABCMouse for free through the Detroit Public Library.

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UNITED WAY AND GM PARTNER TO MAKE ABC MOUSE FREE AT DETROIT LIBRARIES

Thanks to a partnership with United Way and a $650,000 investment made by our partners at General Motors, all Detroit Public Libraries will now offer ABCmouse’s award-winning software to families as part of our Education work to increase childhood literacy rates and help prepare kids for success in school.

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