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Price: Free or a rating of 1-4 $'s. This is a little hard to quantify, but I tried to be fairly consistent and take into consideration cost vs. amount of material, length of study time, and subjects covered. As you browse the resources, you'll get a feel for what things will cost.
A kid's science site from Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkley.
This is a great free resource for history learning in jr. high and high school levels.
Free, online, interactive music theory lessons. Covers concepts from beginner to advanced level.
These curriculum guides are written by an Occupational Therapist and designed to be effective for
This site has quite a few free math learning resources.
This is a complete phonics program with lesson book, over 50 progressive readers, teaching songs,