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Hello hard-working homeschool parent! I'm glad you've found your way to my little corner of the web, and hope you will find some useful information here.
The main purpose of this site is to provide a searchable list of resources you can use in your homeschooling endeavors. As a homeschooling mom (I've almost finished my personal journey. You can read my story on the About page.) I've spent many hours searching the web for curriculum, information websites, materials for unit studies, and any other educational tools I felt my kids could use. Over the years, I've accumulated quite a list of links that I hope will be helpful for other families. The list will continue to grow, and I welcome suggestions! To learn more about how resources are listed or search for what you need, go to the Finding Resources link at the top of any page.
For just a few dollars, you can also purchase resource sets. These are groups of resources that have been compiled for use as a study unit or to meet a particular educational goal. Your purchase allows you to download a pdf file with links to the resources. Some sets require purchase of additional books or curriculum materials, others can be done entirely with free resources. (The descriptions of individual Resource Sets will tell you the cost.) For only $10 you can request a Custom Resource Set to meet your specific needs. Just submit the request form and let me do the searching for you!
Help for Newbies
If you're just getting started, these pages will guide you to lots of information that will help you find your homeschooling "groove." Learn about methods and philosophies, how to get and stay organized, some tips for finding learning materials, and much more. If you use the tools and documents here, you can develop a plan for the beginning of your journey.
Keep an eye on the blog for posts about resources for different subjects, advice, and encouragement.
If you'd just like a chance to get some personal advice from an experienced homeschooler, I offer consulting services. Read details on the Consulting Services page.
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,