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Funnix

This company provides programs for beginning reading and math learning. Components include interactive computer lessons (delivered on a DVD) and workbooks (printable from the DVD, or you can order printed versions.) The price is quite reasonable.

William and Mary Language Arts

These curriculum materials, from the Center for Gifted Education at William and Mary college, focus on developing various communication skills through literary analysis. There are literature units exploring multiple works around a theme, as well as individual novel studies. The materials are a bit pricey, but very thorough and of good quality.

Reading IQ

This reading app provides access to thousands of books for preschool through 6th grade level learners. The subscription (for a pretty reasonable monthly price) allows for progress tracking for 3 students, and the app will make recommendations based on reading level and interests. 

myON

A digital library featuring literacy, assessment, and tracking tools. Parents can assign books and writing or literacy tasks and see reports on progress. It appears to only be available to homeschoolers through Homeschool Buyers Co-op, but the price is very reasonable!

Sumdog

Online curriculum and learning games. You can access most of the math content for free, and an inexpensive monthly subscription gets you extra math, plus reading and spelling content. 

Summit Writing Academy

Online writing instruction, including reading and vocabulary elements. You can choose from two levels of membership (one includes teacher grading, the other provides rubrics for parent use.) Or you can purchase 6-week live classes. The price is a bit high, but membership is billed monthly, so trying it out wouldn't be too much of an investment. 

Candy 4Way Phonics

These are free phonics learning materials in PDF format. There are flashcards, lesson plans, beginning reader stories, and lots more. The visuals are pretty simple, but effective; and the program looks pretty robust. (A note about religious content: the introductory material for parents is a bit heavy-handed in criticizing current teaching methods. There are also some references to God. A quick look at some of the stories and other resources didn't reveal any blatant religious references, but be cautious if you're looking for secular materials.)

Book Pagez

This subscription site has loads of resources for learning through children's literature. There are lesson plans, discussion questions, vocabulary activities, games, and so much more. The site is well organized, so finding what you need is easy; and the price is pretty reasonable, too!

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