You Can Homeschool!
Thinking about home schooling but aren’t sure where to start? Ask for a free copy of You Can Homeschool — a great resource that answers all your questions! Resource includes an insert specific to your state.)
General Homeschooling Sites (in alphabetical order)
- The Homeschooling site from About.com – lots of information here!
- Christian Cottage Schools — support for homeschooling parents
- A Christian Home has a great list of links for homeschooling
- Crosswalk.com has more help for homeschoolers than you’ll have time to look at!
- Don Potter has an excellent education site. You could almost get your entire curriculum here for free, as well as an education for Mom on how to teach effectively (with plenty of research to back it up). You’ll also find resources for teaching Greek, Hebrew, Spanish, and Latin. Love this site!
- Donna Young has this HUGE site with helpful hints and planners — hoo-wee!
- Everything Homeschooling
- Florida Parent Educators Association – one of the largest and the best!
- Fruitful Acres – a family-run website with information on homeschooling and other helpful topics
- Guilt-Free Homeschooling — full of fabulous articles and helps
- Home-Made Living
- Home School Favourites — resources for social studies (and more) with living books
- Homeschooling from the Heart — by a personal friend of mine, back when I only had one child and wasn’t yet homeschooling 🙂
- The Homeschooling Oasis
- Homeschool World claims to be the “World’s Most Visited Homeschool Site.”
- Ideas for successful homeschooling
- Jon’s Homeschooling Resources — a widely-visited page by a homeschooling dad
- Joyce Herzog is a well-known speaker and writer in support of homeschooling. (I especially like her “Hints.”)
- The Learning Parent — a ministry of training and encouragement
- Liberty and Lily – you’ll find helpful advice on scheduling your homeschooling day (using Ambleside Online curriculum, but helpful for any homeschool, in my opinion!)
- Little Sparrow Ministries — Homeschooling Children with Special Needs
- Love to Learn has a very good Curriculum Guide and so many wonderful products that our kids love.
- Online Homeschooling Resources – a helpful list of links
- Paula’s Archives of Homeschool Advice
- The Learning Page – wow, so many helpful resources for planning your homeschool!
- The Light at the End of the Tunnel lists homeschooling curriculum, organizations, and other helpful resources.
- Unit Study Helps is the name of the website, but it offers practical help for homeschoolers, on a variety of topics
- Where in the Web? – This site has even more links for you to follow, organized by category. There are also helpful hints for homeschooling when you have preschoolers, too.
Homeschooling in High School
Buying and Selling Curriculum
- Homeschool Classifieds
- Used Homeschool Curriculum — the place to buy and sell
- VegSource — a place to buy & sell used homeschooling books
- HSLDA’s Curriculum Market (HSLDA members only)
- VegSource has a great discussion board
- Do you plan to use the philosophies of Ruth Beechick as you homeschool? For fellowship, check out the Basically Beechick e-group, my favorite homeschooling group.
- Homeschool Chat — Daily, scheduled chats, on a variety of topics of interest to homeschooling moms
- Classical Christian Homeschooling