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Home Scholar Books

This company is best known for its "Lord of the Rings" curriculum, but they also have literature materials for "Ann of Green Gables", the "Little House" and "Narnia" books, and others.  *A note about religious content:  I've not used any of these but in browsing the website, I noticed a few red flags.  As a secular homeschooler, I probably would have invested in the Tolkien curriculum (if my kids had shown the slightest interest!) and used any religious references as discussion fodder.  That can work for older students, but could be problematic with younger ones.

My Access

Software for teaching writing.  My son the reluctant writer had some success with this, and the price is reasonable. You can get great discounts on this through Homeschool Buyers Co-op.

Teacher Vision

A teacher website with A LOT of content.  Printables, lesson plans, teaching guides, a great collection of graphic organizers, and much more.  Unfortunately, a subscription is required after the first 7 resources you view.

Donna Young

A site put together by a (now retired) homeschooling mom. There are tons of great printables here: from planning forms to handwriting paper.  There are some resources connected to specific curriculum (mostly programs with a Christian world view.)  There's also a subscription site with no ads and some extra features.

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