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Helpful Homeschooling Websites

by Mary Ann Kelley

TheHomeSchoolMom: List of helpful homeschool websitesOver the years homeschooling websites have come and gone. These are some of the best that we have found — not all of them have fancy designs, but the resources are excellent and encouraging.

A to Z Home’s Cool – Vast website of Ann Zeise, former homeschooling guide

Ambleside Online –  free curriculum designed to be as close as possible to the curriculum that Charlotte Mason

Choosing and Using Resources in Homeschooling – free resource from Heart of Wisdom

Clickschooling – 1 free, web-based curriculum idea every day

Design YOUR Homeschooling Approach – A thorough plan for intentionally designing your homeschool to be what you believe it should be

Donna Young – Huge website with hundreds of downloads including planners, timelines, nature journals, art projects, calendars and more (now fee-based)

Eclectic Homeschool Online – An extensive Christian homeschool site full of useful resources including articles, educational resources, state resources, and information for beginning homeschooling

EducationWorld Tools and Templates – A large website with thousands of education resources ranging from financial aid for college to lesson plans to downloadable forms (the Tools and Templates page has over a hundred downloads, including calendars, teaching charts and graphic organizers)

Factory Tours – helpful for planning an educational visit to tour a factory during your travels

Free Forms for Homeschools – a large collection of forms for a variety of unit studies, subjects, as well as several forms to help you organize your homeschool

Game Classroom – a portal to educational games and homework help curated by teachers with over 200 combined years of experience

Guilt-free Homeschooling – Encouraging blog

Home School Resource Center – Debra Bell’s website which includes articles about her real-life adventures getting her sons off to college, Laid-back Learning for Non-readers, and more

Homeschool Diploma – The best source for homeschool graduation supplies and advice

Homeschool Oasis – Encouragement from Barb Shelton

Leaping from the Box – Articles and resources to assist homeschoolers, home educators, unschoolers and independent learners who desire to move beyond the “cookie-cutter” box mentality in their homeschooling or unschooling journey (includes deas and materials for independent learners along with tips for using textbooks, community resources & online information)

Paula’s Homeschooling Archives – Paula’s Archives is one of the first sites I found when I started homeschooling and it has many great resources from many years of homeschooling

PBS Teachers – Classroom materials suitable for a wide range of subjects and grade levels

Trivium Pursuit – Havery and Laurie Bluedorn’s extensive Classical Homeschooling website

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