The search giant has now offered free online education courses for kids as it prepares to introduce a new online curriculum.

The new courses are designed to help kids get to grips with a wide range of technologies, from technology and the internet to robotics and software.

“Our goal is to provide these courses to students with a range of different interests and needs,” said Simon Cottrell, general manager of learning at Google.

“The goal is for kids to have an opportunity to learn through engaging online experiences and to explore a range on their own terms.”

He said the new courses would be available to all students, irrespective of where they live.

“It will be available in multiple formats including for free, as well as for paid subscription,” he said.

“You will be able to access the courses on your computer, mobile phone or tablet at any time of the day.”

The courses will be free, but Google is encouraging customers to sign up for a paid subscription, which costs $39.99 per year.

Cottrell said Google’s aim was to make it easier for kids, especially those with limited resources, to access online learning and help them improve their skills.

“We want to give our students the opportunity to explore technology in a way that’s easy and fun for them to learn,” he added.

“As they get older, they can take courses online or through the Google Play Store.”

They will also be able access more and more content through our partners, including a range with games, learning activities and learning applications.

“Google is also working with the Australian Government to expand the scope of free online schools to include people with learning difficulties.

Google says its new courses will help people “understand the basics of technology, but also understand how it works and what it can do”.

Google has also launched a new program called Play, which allows kids to access courses on Google Play, with more than 60,000 courses available across the US.

Google’s new curriculum is expected to launch this month, with a trial version of the program scheduled to begin later this month.