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Ursa Minor Learning

Free curriculum guides for a Charlotte Mason approach. Includes broad topics and suggestions of books and links for covering the topics. (It does not include specific weekly plans.) Currently, only high school level is available, but there are plans for elementary and middle school guides with week by week schedules.

Wildwood Curriculum

This site offers a free, secular, Charlotte Mason curriculum plan. They are just getting started, so only the first levels (ages 6-9) are available yet. The plan offers suggested books and resources, which you would need to purchase or find at your library. It appears to be a very thorough, authentic application of Charlotte Mason philosophy. 

Help for New Homeschoolers

This resource set is for new homeschooling parents. Ten pages of helpful information and links to get you started on your homeschooling adventure! Read about homeschooling methods, learning styles, planning tools, organizational tips, and some questions you probably haven't thought of yet. The links will take you to even more useful resources; and if you still need help finding answers, you can get your $5 back as a discount on a consulting session!


Lets Homeschool High School

This site comes from the folks at Time 4 Learning. It has lots of useful information: forums for students and parents, blog posts and articles, a few helpful ebooks. There's also a high school curriculum directory with quite a few entries. But the interface is not great, so you do a lot of clicking and scrolling to find what you want. *Note on religious content: includes both Christian and secular resources, and they are tagged as such.

Thinking Tree

"Fun-Schooling" books published by a homeschooling mom. They're a combination of journalling, notebooking and activity ideas. They cover a wide range of ages and subject matter. There are books to inspire parents, too.


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