Home Schooling links...or random home schooling things I've run across

4:44 PM Rachel Adams 0 Comments

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So many places on the web where does one start? Well I am going to post a bunch of LINKS! I do love links and even better links to freebies. So enjoy!


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Signup/referral:cofeelover ; my referral link Tons of freebies and paid products too. Made for teachers by teachers. So you know they work well at least in their classrooms.

http://www.currclick.com; Many subjects, freebies, pay what you want. There is Secular and non secular studies, some full curriculum and more!

http://curriculumshare.com/; Tons of things here plus people selling items they don't want or trading. 

http://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=Home%20schooling; Yup another massive home for all things home schooling. Printables, ideas, projects and more!

http://www.freehomeschooldeals.com; Lots and lots of resources that are...yup free ( ifound the lego teaching stuffs here)

http://clickschooling.com; It's part of the Homeschool Buyers Co-op site but offers different printable curriculum each day of the week.

http://homeschoolencouragement.com; Different subjects but with the use of LEGOS.


http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/projects/mepres/primary/#year3; just change the grade you need. This is free math up to grade 9 with everything you need as well as some interactive textbooks (online) 

https://www.khanacademy.org; Free to join. Can do placement to see where your kiddo needs to be for math. Tons of videos to help with math concepts and more.

http://math911.comPre-Algebra, Introductory Algebra, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics

http://www.homeschoolmath.net; tons more links for math.

Language Arts

http://www.sfreading.com/resources/ghb.html; You can print all the consumable parts but not the textbooks :)

http://www.mhschool.com/reading/treasure_workbooks/national.html; Same as above...you can find some of these books on Scribd unlocked. You can NOT print the textbooks. I personally talked to them on the phone about this.

http://home.pct.edu/~evavra/kiss/wb/PBooks/index.htm; Has moved here: http://www.kissgrammar.org/

http://www.dailygrammar.com/archive.html; can't beat free and there are 440 lessons with 80 quizzes.

http://amblesideonline.org/curriculum.shtml; Uses project Gutenberg a lot but gives you so much more to work with as well. There is a section for Bible that you can disregard if your doing secular teaching.

http://www.classicalhouseoflearning.com; Classic lit., Grammar and logic. PDF format with teacher's guides, lessons and more.


 http://www.pandiapress.com/ Secular Science. You do have to buy the curriculum it's not terribly pricey like I have seen somethings on Amazon. The store is here.

http://wateronthefloor.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/general-science-currriculum-using-magic-school-bus-dvds.pdf; you can get the videos from Youtube and the books from the Library. BTW Mrs. Frizzle ROCKS!

http://eie.org/engineering-adventures/curriculum-units; Some are available some you can just download.

Social Studies

http://www.freethechildren.com/get-involved/we-school/resources-curriculum-and-lesson-plans; more stuff from the same sight but geared to 3rd grade and higher. All downloads

http://www.weday.com/we-act/classroom-resources-and-lesson-plans/educator-resources; just pick grade, what your looking for and country. And subjects come up

http://www.gosocialstudiesgo.com/#!about-us/c1a4e; this the about page. They have US history, world history and world religion. Tons of stuff for the kiddos to do.

http://americanhistory.si.edu/exhibitions/online; no money to travel to a museum will click on the link and away you go!

http://exchange.smarttech.com/index.html; Tons of free or paid programs, free to register.

Foreign Languages

http://livemocha.com; 35+ languages to learn all for free

http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages 33+ languages to learn

http://www.word2word.com/; Extensive list of languages

https://www.duolingo.com; Offers a couple of languages. Uses the Immersion method. I'm doing German with this one.

http://www.fsi-language-courses.org/Content.php; Was created by the U.S. government but are Public Domain

http://www.learnalanguage.com/: Many Languages 

Well I hope you enjoy the massive list of links I have found.