Curriculum Materials

Front Row

Free online curriculum covering math, language arts, social studies, and science. Designed for schools, to adapt to students at different levels. There are lessons for use in classroom situations that can be adapted, and individual practice activities and assessments. Also includes record keeping features. There are printable options as well, but they are limited without a paid school subscription.

Harmony Fine Arts

Charlotte Mason style art and music curriculum plans. You can purchase plans for an entire year, or shorter units focusing on one composer and artist. The plans give you links to books, cd's and online content, plus weekly suggestions for pacing and activities. 

Climate Kids

This website from NASA has all sorts of kid-friendly information on climate and weather. There are many information pages with text and visuals, a few interactive games, lots of hands-on activity ideas, and some information on green careers. 

CommonLit

This site has a library of over a thousand text passages with accompanying questions for discussion and comprehension assessment. There are informational texts in many subjects, passages from books (fiction and non-fiction), historical documents, short stories, poetry, and more. You can search for texts by subject matter, grade level and themes, and there are text sets to use when studying specific books or historical eras. A rich and useful FREE resource!

Doing Good Together

This non-profit organization helps families find ways to practice kindness and community service. There are learning resources, helpful articles and blog posts, suggestion for projects, book lists, and much more. The world can always use more families who practice intentional kindness!

Mission US

A free, online game where kids take on the role of young people in different eras of American history. Designed for jr. high level students, this resource includes extensive teacher resources such as document based activities, discussion questions, writing prompts and more. Looks like a terrific way to learn US history!

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