I previously shared 13 Homeschool Websites You Should Have Bookmarked. Today, I’ve got a list of 13 more!
1. Jimmie’s 50 States Notebook – A fantastic resource for putting together a study of the 50 states.
2. Highland Heritage Homeschool– Tons of printables, units, forms, articles and my favorite resource for reading level assessment.
3. Keeping Your Preschooler Occupied – An extensive list of ideas for keeping your preschooler occupied — and learning! These aren’t just ideas for keeping your preschooler out of your hair so that you can do school with the older kids — they’ll actually be working on useful, age-appropriate skill while they’re having fun.
4. Brightly Beaming Resources – This is the home of the Letter of the Week curriculum that I used for Josh and Megan’s preschool years. It has learning ideas from birth through early elementary school — and it’s all FREE!
5. World Book’s Typical Course of Study– We all know that kids develop differently and with different strengths and weaknesses, but if you ever want to know what kids “should” be learning at different ages — either for a little reassurance or for planning — World Book provides a nice set of general guidelines broken down by grade level.
6. Can Teach – Need an exhaustive list of writing prompts to get the ideas flowing? This one’s for you!
7. BlackDog’s Word of the Day (no longer available) – A new vocabulary word every day!
8. A Book in Time – We love learning history through literature. This site offers a chronological list of historical fiction and non-fiction books, along with lesson plans.
9. Science Timeline – Want to add some relevant science study in with the historical time period that you’re studying? Check out this list.
10. Outline Maps – Free outline maps to enhance your history or geography studies.
11. Sheppard Software — Great online arcade-type math games. Free!
12. Ambleside Online — Free, online Charlotte Mason lesson plans.
13. Homeschool in the Woods Timeline Helps– Are you timeline phobic like me? This fantastic list of ideas and how-to’s can help even the most timeline phobic among us put together an awesome and educational timeline.
What are some of your favorite homeschool websites?