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History Bombs

This program includes videos, worksheets and quizzes for history learning in jr. high and high school levels. The videos are available for free on Youtube, but you need to get the teacher subscription for the printable materials.

Legends of Learning

Online, super-hero themed science games for elementary and middle school levels. You can play for free (with ads and limited content) or pay a reasonable subscription fee for membership. (Unfortunately, you have to be affiliated with a public school to get all of the features for free! Perhaps some contact from the homeschool community would change the company policy!)

 

Grammar Active

This hands-on grammar curriculum includes CD ROMs, teacher manuals, and games for learning grammar in elementary through high school levels. Although designed for classroom settings, it can be used in homeschooling, and you can get a good discount through Homeschool Buyer's Co-op.

Meister Cody

This online math program is designed to help students with math problems (including dyscalculia.) A subscription includes 3 students and the app can be downloaded to multiple devices. Students spend about 30 minutes a day exploring a fantasy story and doing practice exercises. Price is very reasonable if you get the discount from Homeschool Buyer's Co-op.

Saylor Academy

This non-profit organization offers over 100 free self-paced, online, college level courses. You can complete individual courses and receive certificates of completion or college credit through their partner schools. There are also a few certificate programs available that document sequences of classes. A great way to get started on college credits!

Mighty Maestro

Online, interactive program for learning music reading and theory. This program is designed for young, beginning musicians, and there are options for purchasing individual or shared logins. Price is pretty reasonable.

Certell

History and Social Studies curriculum available for free from a non-profit, bipartisan organization. There are currently courses in American History, Government, and Economics, with World History in the works. Courses include e-books with embedded audio and video, plus course files (for planning and assessment) that can be used with a learning management system, Google Classroom, or downloaded for offline use. Looks like a great option for high school level students.

Teachers Try Science

This site has a collection of over 500 science lesson plans for grades 5 through 12. There is also a smaller selection of kid's experiments. There's a good search function, so you should be able to find what you're looking for, and all resources are free.

myON

A digital library featuring literacy, assessment, and tracking tools. Parents can assign books and writing or literacy tasks and see reports on progress. It appears to only be available to homeschoolers through Homeschool Buyers Co-op, but the price is very reasonable!

Pattern Press

A discovery-based elementary math program. Concepts are introduced with manipulatives, and students explore the concept to discover patterns. Student and teacher materials are available as reasonably-priced PDF's.

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