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Lantern English

Flexible online classes in literature, writing, and complete language arts. Receive weekly assignments by email to be turned and graded by a teacher. You can also schedule skype help sessions at an extra charge. Prices are reasonable, and classes are available for grades 3 through 12.

The Student's Friend

This is a great free resource for world history. The main feature is a concise narrative of world history that can be downloaded or viewed online. It's a no-frills text with just a few maps and pictures, but loads of information. There are also lesson plans, ideas for projects and writing assignments, and rubrics to go with them. A truly useful place to begin planning a world history course for jr. high or high school students.

Doodle Maths

A supplemental math app available on all platforms. The program adapts to a child's responses and provides practice where needed. The is also a parent app that tracks progress and allows you to change the program manually. Reasonably priced, and available through Homeschool Buyers Co-op.

Silverdale Press

This company publishes a few unit studies on topics related to American government and writing, designed for use by jr. high and high school level students. They have a Charlotte Mason/Classical feel to them and appear to be well written and thorough. There is also a blog with other ideas for lessons and activities. 

Novel Guides

This site has free guides to a huge collection of novels. Guides include a short summary of the novel, plus summaries of chapters, character profiles, metaphor and theme analyses, and author biographies. If you register for a free account you can also access discussion forums. (Warning: there are some very persistent video ads on this site! Nothing inappropriate, but definitely annoying!)

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