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Write at Home

Online writing and literature classes for middle and high school levels. Courses run for 32, 16, or 8 weeks, with a weekly lesson and writing assignment. Students receive written feedback from the teacher. Prices are quite reasonable what is essentially a writing tutor.

Math Stories

This site has thousands of word problems for elementary level learners. There are also a few strategies for solving word problems. The annual subscription price is very reasonable, although the payment process is a bit primitive.


Kiddom is a combination planning system and content library. A free teacher account lets you set up unlimited classes and students. You can add assignments from the library of online content from sites such as Khan Academy, TedEd, cK-12 and more. You can also add assignments from other resources or curriculum. Standards (from an extensive provided list, or your own custom-made) can be attached to assignments for tracking progress. A flexible grading system includes an easy rubric tool. This could be an extremely useful tool for both planning and assessing your child's learning.

History Animated

This nice little free resource has flash animations of military history. It's limited to just a few events (the Crusades, American Revolution, Civil War, and World War II) but the animations are nicely done and informative.

Homeschool Curriculum

This help site is unusual, because it's written by a homeschooling dad. There's a blog with lots of great information on curriculum and general homeschool help articles. There are also reading lists, links to free worksheets, and user reviews of specific curriculum. He also provides a really expensive online course to help you get started homeschooling.