Take a deep breath, we can do it parents.
One or two of you may have attempted to teach your child at home, probably with mixed experiences. Here a few sites that can aid in their learning.
PhET labs – a good place to start for science and math. https://phet.colorado.edu This may go along well with your existing understanding of a topic where you and your child can seek the answer using a text book, Wikipedia or other resources.
Mathgames https://teks.mathgames.com is a site and app for elementary or middle schoolers to get quick feedback as to whether they have mastered a concept with 10 questions for practice. (education standards supported) Works well with khanacademy. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/khan-academy/id469863705
Science journal by Google is a great way to explore your environment with your kid using digital devices like Apple or Android products. It uses the tech built into the devices like the accelerometer, compass, collect light measurements from various colors, recoding sound frequency and intensity along with many others. This works well for all ages with some sort of support text to explain and connect the concepts. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/science-journal-by-google/id1251205555
Hopefully these sites and applications are a fun place to start. An effective strategy is to focus on teaching objectives and concepts tied to thier current knowledge and understanding. A general sense of intrigue lead by you may help bring out their sense of wonder. Learning together even at varying levels may have some benefits as well.
Let’s use these and other opportunities to gain insight on what direction to point our kids based on their interest and aptitude.
Kidstrive for growth and opportunities.