Homeschooling Resources

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I have been homeschooling my daughter (The Princess) since preschool. Next school year she will be starting first grade!! Wow, the time sure is flying by. I know when I first started researching about homeschooling it seemed a bit overwhelming. But I wrote down every curriculum, book, or other information I thought would be good for my research.  Of course I researched everything I wrote down too. I wanted to share some of the resources I have found on our homeschooling journey.

I hope these resources are able to help new homeschooling families or families looking to homeschool. At the bottom of this post, you’ll find a freebie to help you with the upcoming school year.

homeschooling resources via lifeofcreed.com @lifeofcreed

Curriculum & Online Programs

  • My personal favorite and the one we use: Calvert Education – You can see in my reviews on pre-k here, kindergarten here, and on the ATS service here. We LOVE this curriculum and will be using it for first grade.
  • A Beka Book
  • Sonlight Christian Homeschooling Curriculum
  • Oak Meadow (Waldorf influenced)
  • My Father’s World
  • Great Books Academy
  • Sinapore Math
  • Math-U-See
  • All about Spelling
  • K12
  • Faith Heritage
  • Homelife Academy
  • Gateway Christian
  • ABCMouse.com
  • Of course you can always make your own curriculum

Educational Websites

  • Brainpop.com
  • Brainpopju.com (k-3)
  • Starfull.com
  • Pbskids.com
  • Khanacademy.com
  • Readingeggs.com

Resource & Support Websites

  • HEDUA
  • HSLDA.org
  • National Black Home Educators

Additional Websites

  • FastTranscripts – You can track your high schooler’s courses online and then produce an official transcript.

Homeschool Planners

My favorite planner and the one I have been using for our Kindergarten school year is the Well Planned Day.

There are these awesome other planners as well.

Also make sure to check online or visit your local school board for information. You can also find online information for local homeschool associations or groups.

Do you write a blog on homeschool? Have a blog post on homeschooling or a homeschooling resource; share it in the comments. If you want me to add your post to this list of resources (with a link to your site of course) just let me know. I would love to add it to this list.

Have a homeschooling resources you like, that is not listed, please share it in the comments.

Here are some freebie for you.

Hope these homeschooling resources are able to help you with starting or continuing on your homeschooling journey.  Please remember to contact any resources listed for more information.

15 comments

    • Life of Creed says:

      Homeschooling has worked out well for us. With moving from one Japan back to the United States in the middle of a school year, it made for a very easy schooling transition. We took out winter break during the move, so that we didn’t have to worry about playing catchup in the evenings in hotel rooms or while we got our home set-up once all our household goods arrived from Japan.

  1. Heidi Bee says:

    These are amazing resources, and it is so handy all in one place. I do not currently homeschool but several friends and relatives do, so I will be passing this on to them!

  2. Sonya says:

    I homeschool my 7 and 3 year old children. I love more.starfall.com, pbskids,com, and gonoodle.com. There are also some websites attached to our library cards that we use for e-books. I’ll have to checkout some of the other websites that you mentioned.
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