Link: a link to the main webpage for the resource.
Age Range: I've listed by grade, because that's the standard more often used. You will, of course, adjust for your children. Clicking on the link will show all resources in the catagory.
Many of these are self-explanatory. Some have sub-catagories. Clicking on the link will show you all resources in that catagory.
Many of these also have sub-categories. Clicking on the links will show you all the resources in that category
Religious Content: This is useful information if you are looking for religious content or trying to avoid it! If the listing says "unknown," check the comments for opinions. If you have input on a particular resource, use the contact form to let me know.
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.
Video lessons to go with high school level math textbooks.
This website, from author Barry Lane, has many resources and books to help encourage writing.
The website for this aquarium in California includes some great educational resources, including
This website has videos made made by children in Africa, telling about their lives and the countr
This website has quite a few resource for teaching economics and financial literacy for all ages.
This incredibly powerful resource includes a searchable archive of "stories" with multi-media con