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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!

National Constitution Center

This museum in Philadelphia has a great website with lots of educational resources. The interactive constitution lets you read articles and amendments alongside commentary from different historic and legal experts. There is also a collection of videos and lesson plans, and a few other interactive activities and games, plus primary source documents and even some craft ideas.

Game Learning

This company is developing immersive computer games to teach history. Currently only two games are available, but many more are coming. You can try out demos, and the subscription price is very reasonable. You can even make suggestions of historical events to be used in future games!

ST Math

This online math curriculum emphasizes conceptual understanding through visual instruction. The program includes differentiated instruction and progress tracking. A bit pricey, but available through Homeschool Buyers Co-op at a substantial discount.

National Archives

The education section of the British National Archives has a nice collection of classroom resources. There are lessons with primary sources from the archives and discussion questions, sets of lessons around various themes, and a few online games. You can search the collection by age level or historical time period. 

Murderous Maths

These books are an offshoot of "Horrible Histories." The stories teach all sorts of interesting math concepts. The website has some tricks and games, and lots of teacher resources. A great tool for getting math avoidant kids more interested in math!

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