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Math Celebrity

This site gives instant, step by step solutions to math problems. There are also video lessons to help explain math concepts and help for ACT and SAT tests, plus a podcast and some other information about the college application process. You can access the math help for free, but a paid subscription gets rid of the ads and gives you a few extra features.

School History

This British site has resources for history learning at jr. high and high school levels. There are some resources available for free, but most require a subscription (reasonably priced.) Resources include printable worksheets and information, powerpoint presentations, short videos and more.

Spanish Mama

If you're interested in raising a child fluent in Spanish, this is a good place to start. The blog has loads of great ideas, and her Teachers Pay Teachers store has all sorts of printable materials. There are also links to videos, songs, games and more. Try out some of the free downloads to see what you think of the learning materials.

Prodigies

This complete music curriculum is available online for preschool and elementary level students. The basic curriculum includes videos lessons using Kodaly hand signs and singing. You can also purchase color coded desk bells to play along while learning music notation and theory. An upgrade to membership gives you access to lesson plans and printable materials.

Library of Congress

The teacher pages at the Library of Congress website have many useful resources. There are ideas and tools for using primary sources in learning. There are also lesson plans, presentations, activities, and theme based collections. A wonderful site for American history study!

History Bombs

This program includes videos, worksheets and quizzes for history learning in jr. high and high school levels. The videos are available for free on Youtube, but you need to get the teacher subscription for the printable materials.

Certell

History and Social Studies curriculum available for free from a non-profit, bipartisan organization. There are currently courses in American History, Government, and Economics, with World History in the works. Courses include e-books with embedded audio and video, plus course files (for planning and assessment) that can be used with a learning management system, Google Classroom, or downloaded for offline use. Looks like a great option for high school level students.

Teachers Try Science

This site has a collection of over 500 science lesson plans for grades 5 through 12. There is also a smaller selection of kid's experiments. There's a good search function, so you should be able to find what you're looking for, and all resources are free.

Homeschool Entrepreneur

This site has lots of resources for family and teen business owners. If you want to make your family business a learning tool, or help a teen to start a business, this is the place to go. There are links to lessons on business and entrepreneurship, blog posts and articles, and lists of helpful software and books. There is some religious content, but many useful tools for secular families as well.

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