Description:Preschool Homeschooling Resources
|At The End of the Day
Description:At the end of the day we ALL (homeschool, private, public school & parents) have one main goal: to provide the best education to those in our care.
This group is not about WHICH WAY is the best way, but IT IS about sharing methods, ideas, links, books, unit studies, lapbooks, web-sites, etc. that would benefit those teaching in these settings.
We are all on some type of budget--so free items/links/websites that help in the classroom/home are a benefit to all that educate.
|Catholic Homeschooling Resources
Description:A site specifically geared toward Catholic homeschoolers. Here you will find information to get you started as well as resources and ideas to help you along the way, a section on how to get organized and information on methods and activities.
Description:The ChoosyHomeschooler website is designed to make it as easy as possible for you to quickly find the most relevant curriculum, advice, and tools for your particular family's needs. Read reviews from homeschoolers who have already used the things you're considering and find out which in-home learning tools have worked best according to homeschoolers just like you.
|CIN's Christian Homeschool Forum WebPage
Description:Christian Interactive Network Homeschool Forum is a private forum on CompuServe. Their website has a wide array of helpful articles and lists for homeschooling with many good homeschool links.
|Conservative Homeschooler-Raising a Generation for Christ
Description:Conservative Homeschooler is a free online Christian homeschool support site for homeschooling parents seeking faith, fellowship, friendship and encouragement, homeschooling their children with biblical based principles.
Description:Considering Homeschooling endeavores to reach the new generation of Christian homeschoolers - parents of babies, toddlers, and preschoolers - and bring them into the larger Christian homeschooling movement.
|Creative Resources to keep Your Homeschool Alive!
Description:Sometimes it's hard to keep the flame for learning burning brightly! Here are some tips ~ for you AND for your kids ~ to get the spark back into your homeschool!
|Forming a Homeschool Support Group
Description:Terrific information on what to consider as you form a homeschool support group.
|Free World U
Description:A free interactive preschool through grade 12 program that remembers every student as an individual and uses electronic flashcards. Students find that they learn 10 to 30 times faster than by conventional methods. It works like a computer game and is very absorbing.
|Freebies & Bargains
Description:This is a long unsorted list of sites offering freebies of interest to homeschoolers. Sites are well described. Scroll down past the advertising to get to the actual list.
Description:Links, articles, and resources.
|Highland Heritage Forms
Description:Over 800 forms available for free download covering all areas of homeschooling.
|Home Education in the UK
Description:Primarily intended for British home educators: legal information, resources, articles, and ideas for introducing different subjects. Relevant to those outside the UK as well.
|Home School Foundation
Description:The Home School Foundation is a non-profit organization seeking to meet various needs within the home school community. Through its different scholarship funds, the Foundation assists needy widows with curriculum expenses, provides resources to families with special needs children, and supports other home school organizations. The Home School Foundation is the charitable arm of the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) and is also both a member of the ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) and Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).
If you are a homeschooler in need of assistance, know someone in need of assistance, wish to donate, or simply desire more information about the Foundation, please visit our website, www.homeschoolfoundation.org of call us at (540) 338-8688.
Description:The goal of this website is to educate parents about home schooling and the necessary requirements for achieving maximum success.
|Home Schooling Plus
Description:Independent guide illustrating everything there is to know about home schooling including information to help parents choose the proper curriculum for their children as well as teaching hints and resources.
|Home With The Kids
Description:A Christian homeschooler's website providing ideas, information and inspiration for parents and homeschoolers.
Description:Activities, advice, and resources illustrated with real-life photographs from one of the very few second-generation homeschool families.
Description:I am a Christian homeschooling mom of four boys and enjoy sharing the homeschool bargains I find that might be helpful to others.
Description:Short listing of homeschool resources.
Description:Online Christian homeschool newsletter.
|Homeschool Curriculum and Support
Description:This well-organized site offers excellent information and links to many interesting resources. It's like a huge, well-annotated directory of all things homeschool-related.
|Homeschool Hangout Zone
Description:The Homeschool Hangout Zone is the place to go for interesting, fun, - sometimes unusual! - news feeds. News articles are categorized by the corresponding curriculum subject.
"Education Based on Current Events and News"
Description:Download and print the free games from this site.
|Homeschool Life Situations
Description:How you can home school in life difficult situations. The Christian site has practical tips for teaching children who struggle with learning. The site covers preschool through high school. There are also articles about budgeting and organizing the home.
|Homeschool Resources and Reviews
Description:Reviews of educational products that will be helpful for all parents of young children especially those who are homeschooling and afterschooling.
Description:Free online homeschool guide provides curriculum and field trip ideas, educational kids games, book lists with reviews, plus fun easy recipes for kids.
|Homeschool Secret Garden
Description:Home of the Homeschooling Mother's Secret Garden journal, a guided journal to help with planning for and enjoying your homeschool. Download the free journal, or share your thoughts and ideas with other homeschoolers.
|Homeschool Your Boys
Description:Boys are full of energy and ideas. They are raring to go and need the right kind of training and direction to do well with their education.
Description:Homeschool articles, ideas, resources, and
curriculum information to help you and your child be successful.
|Homeschooling Curriculum Guide
Description:Homeschooling Curriculum Guide will point YOU in the right direction whether you are researching homeschooling, just starting out or even a seasoned homeschooler. Explore the unique 7 Step process to continuously improve your homeschool (including templates and examples), read about why homeschooling is really about discipleship, discover Recommended reading for homeschool encouragement and more on Child Development stages.
|Homeschooling in Buffalo
Description:We are homeschoolers in Buffalo NY, a friendly and great city. This blog starts one year after we began homeschooling and we plan to frequently document our homeschooling experiences going foward highlighting the joys and challenges we face. Our goal is to provide a self-paced, if not customized, education using our city environment as a classroom.
|Homeschooling on a Shoestring
Description:The purpose of this website is to make available ways of cutting costs while homeschooling.
|Homeschooling on the Cheap
Description:Tips for finding ways to economize on your homeschooling.
Description:Also know as Bill Beaty's Homepage, this site specializes in science resources.
|Homeschooling with Notebooks
Description:The topics are limitless! If you are interested in homeschooling with notebooks this site has everything you'll need to get started from advice to actual forms. This is a stupendous resource for anyone doing unit studies, too.
Description:This site is a just-the-facts kind of site that will help the absolute newbie start homeschooling. Covers legal issues, finding curriculum, and sorting out what you intend to do.
Description:This is a kids ezine for ages 4-12. It has non-fiction articles (science, history, nature, sports, careers), games, recipes (and much more) and is a safe place for kids to hang out.
|It's Time for Bedlam!
Description:"Okay Kids, Time for Bedlam!" is a labor of love. It is the lighter side of life, told by Debbie Harbeson, an average mom who rather unknowingly lobbed herself into the often loopy world of homeschooling.
This is what happens to you, when you purposely allow your children to skip school to learn at home... and it's a riot! The whole endeavor, needless to say, has been a learning experience for everyone. And hopefully, a story you all can enjoy from the safety of your own home.
|Jon's Homeschool Page
Description:This page offers information on homeschooling by regions. It has information for those homeschooling from a religious perspective. An unschooling link is available, as are links to Clonlara School and Eagle Academy. There are also quite a few educational links. I really can't begin to tell you all that is here. This is one of my Favorite Places for homeschooling on the web.
Description:Free Bible Crafts, Bible Coloring Pages, and more! If your a Christian Teacher or Homeschooling your little ones at home, this is the place to be! Come join in fellowship with other Christians, and share ideas, resources, and more!
|Mrs. Price is Right Homeschooling
Description:This blog gives ideas and inspiration for homeschooling outside of the box. She also lists free books, coupon deals, and sales that pertain to a homeschooling family. It's worth following!
|My Home Made Activities
Description:Homeschool mom, Donna Tovar, shares activites she has made to go with Alphaphonics.
|No Time for Flash Cards
Description:Great site for crafts ideas & for Pre-K's.
Description:The musings of a 20-something year old Catholic mother of 3, and one in heaven. I'm busy juggling the roles of mommy, wife, nurse, and child of God while trying to educate and love my children to adulthood. Also my thoughts on whatever takes my fancy.
Description:Free home school curriculum in American History for kids ages 6-8. We offer 37 scripted lessons covering an entire school year that teaches the immigration history of the American people.
|Reasons to Homeschool
Description:The results of a survey in which homeschoolers gave over 50 reasons why they decided to start homeschooling.
|Resources 4 Homeschoolers USA Geography
Description:Geography facts, pictures, personal accounts and lapbooks are all a part of Resources 4 Homeschoolers geography section. The USA Geography page contains facts and pictures about the United States and links to individual state geography pages.
|Saint Cecilia Classical Productions - Talent Search
Description:Saint Cecilia Classical Productions Inc. is a new pro-life, pro-family, music-based, Catholic apologetics apostolate. The purpose of our organization is to provide orthodox Catholic entertainers who can be good role models for today’s young people, and, at the same time, impart the truths of the faith to them.
We are currently conducting a nationwide talent search for traditional Catholic young ladies of exceptional music ability in the area of classical voice (soprano ranges). Additional abilities in the areas of piano and or violin would be very helpful.
We are especially interested in individuals who come from either a private traditional Catholic school background, were home-schooled or who were brought up in the Latin Tridentine Mass tradition.
High school and college-age young women or recent college graduates, especially those with degrees in music are encouraged to apply.
For more information on our requirements, programs and work, please visit our web site at:
Interested ladies may mail e-mail (preferred) their resume with repertoire to:
St. Cecilia Classical Productions Inc.,
P.O. Box 129, Green, Ohio 44232.
Description:SecularHomeschool.com was created to provide information, resources, and a place to share and connect with secular homeschoolers across the world. The site features a full secular homeschool curriculum directory, listings of secular homeschool support groups in every state, and one of the most active and encouraging homeschool forums on the web!
Description:This site published by Aletheia Price is a fun visit whether you’re a teen or not. Aletheia is a very funny young lady who’s humor and edification articles will keep you rolling on the floor laughing. She also manages a message board system and sponsors an IRC chat every Friday at 7:45 pm Pacific.
|the Conservative Homeschooler
Description:the "Conservative Homeschooler" is a Christ-centered homeschooling group for homeschooling families with traditional and conservative views and values to come together for supprt and encouragement and fellowship.
|The Green Willow - Help for those Considering Homeschool!
Description:Thinking of homeschooling your kids? You've come to the right place! The Green Willow is dedicated to helping mothers who are at a crossroads with their children's education and are seeking information to help them make the best decision for their families.
|The Homeschool Literary Quarterly
Description:An online, quarterly literary magazine publishing fiction, poems, and essays by homeschooled students
|The Homeschooler's Connection
Description:The Homeschooler's Connection is a place for all homeschoolers to meet and connect. Share ideas and advice, offer support. Free lessons and many other useful resources.
|The Homeschooling Examiner
Description:A place to find a variety of homeschool articles, written by a veteran homeschool mom, freelance writer and former "public" school teacher.
|The Rising Generation
Description:This site emphasizes youth empowerment and the right for youth to be listened to and make choices about their lives -especially their education.
|The Snail's Trail
Description:Sharing our Eclectic Homeschooling Journey
|The Teel Family Home Page
Description:We have plenty of Activities as well as Educational & Homeschool Resources and information.
|Timberwolf Homeschool Resources
Description:This site offers a free weekly newsletter with a devotion, lesson, biography, and other resources. Lessons are geared towards elementary age children. Internet websites are used for background material for each lesson with hands on activities to coordinate. For example in the baseball lesson, a site is given to learn more about the history of baseball. Instructions for learning how to hit a baseball are included for the hands on portion of the lesson. The biography coordinates with the lesson, so for the baseball newsletter there was information for learning about Nolan Ryan.
Description:Blog about the unconventional life of a homeschooling family who finds themselves distracted by anything shiny or flashing, and finds it difficult to accomplish anything of any real value(unless you count figuring out how to do long division on the cell phone when we couldn’t find a calculator - - very cool)
|Used Homeschool Curriculum
Description:The place to post your "for sale" and "want to buy" ads for used homeschool curriculum and resources. Free forums. No inappropriate ads or annoying pop-ups EVER!
Description:Nancy Londe and her family have created this homeschool site.