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Online content in STEM subjects. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)  Includes text, audio/video content, quizzes and other activities. All free.

Royal Fireworks Press

They bill themselves as "the world's largest publisher of books for gifted children." It's a very homeschool-friendly company, partly because the materials promote the kind of higher-level thinking that many homeschoolers want to teach, and partly because they provide small volume packages and pricing. (Unlike the more public school oriented publishers!) Probably best known for the Michael Clay Thompson LA materials, which are one of my favorites! They also have math, philosophy and social studies books.

4-2 Explore

This would be a good starting point for unit study resources. Organized with "Thematic Pathfinders" that list 4 main websites (and several others) for each topic. Some examples of topics: Ancient Rome, castles, drought, balloons, clouds, electricity, number systems, Pi, journal writing, tall tales.

History Scribe

These printable pages are a variation of lapbooking or notebooking. The student presents what he or she has learned in writing and drawing. (High school level materials include essay questions and some other specific information.) There is also a geography collection, "Bible Scribe", and (if you can excuse the very sexist name!) "Boy Scribe" which includes some science and military topics. Very affordable.

Write Source

This is a writing curriculum published by Houghton Mifflin. It's based on the 6 Traits approach to the writing process. There are homeschool packages available and Hewitt Homeschooling has a syllabus for planning which is very helpful and reasonably priced.