Thursday, April 19, 2012
I have been planning our new homeschool year, over the past couple of weeks. I am planning on finishing up the 2011-2012 school year, in early May, and then starting the new school year in June. This will enable me to take a month off, in October, when baby is due. I just love the flexibility of homeschooling, for that reason. I want to be able to enjoy every bit of my babymoon, just to savor those fleeting moments of having a newborn baby. While gleaning various homeschooling websites, I have encountered quite a few free, homeschooling resources:
Old Fashioned Education
Hubbard's Cupboard - This one is mainly for preschoolers and kindergarteners. The 3 year old level is my favorite; I think it could be used well with four or five year olds. It contains complete weekly print outs of activities/songs/etc., including Bible stories to cover.Their website contains a great Bible memorization section.
Sheppard Software Games covering geography, science, nutrition, language arts, math, and more.
Brain Pop Jr. Games covering science, technology, social studies, reading, writing, and more.
Bible Printable Coloring Pages Beautiful coloring pages.
Daily Grammar A complete Grammar curriculum, online, containing 440 lessons and 90 quizzes. The lessons seem to be in small , bite-sized pieces.
Spelling City I use this website to type in my daughter's weekly spelling words, and she then plays learning games, using those words. Such a fun way to learn spelling words.
GUMS Grammar and Writing Curricula
NaNoWriMo This free writing course even comes with free, downloadable workbooks for elementary, middle school, and high school levels.
12 Virtual Surgeries you can try
Chemistry Game Learn the periodic elements with this fun, printable game.
Multiplication A painless way to get your child to practice the multiplication facts.
Complete Math Curricula Note: This is a British curricula, so the currency will be different, but other than that, it is a complete curricula, in workbook form, that can be printed out.
Headventure Land Movies, Games, and coloring pages for Latin, Greek, and Spanish.
Garden of Praise
What are your favorite, free homeschooling websites?
Posted by Christine at 10:47 AM