Thursday Thirteen: Homeschool Websites You Should Have Bookmarked


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If you don’t have these 13 homeschool websites bookmarked, you’re missing out. These are some of my favorite resources.

1. Paula’s Archives — great resources for everything from preschool to high school. I’ve referred to this one for years.

2. Calvary Chapel Children’s Ministry (no longer available) — coloring and activity pages for just about any story in the Bible.

3. National Geographic Coloring Book — true-to-life coloring pages, with facts, for a variety of animals.

4. Spelling City — create your own spelling lists for online study and games.

5. Best Homeschooling — tons of articles to encourage and inspire. Be sure to read my favorite, “A Preschool and Kindergarten Curriculum.”

6. Donna Young — hundreds of great printables for organizing your homeschool.

7. Vegsource Homeschool — I love their swap boards. They’re set up “flea market” style, so that each individual sets their prices. If you find what you’re looking for and it’s at a price you like — no being outbid or having a competing bidder drive the price up. I’ve always had great success here and never a bad experience buying or selling.

8. Simply Charlotte Mason — Loads of great resources for those Charlotte Mason homeschoolers (or those of us with a “little twist of Charlotte Mason”). All are either free or very reasonably priced.

9. Games to Make — Lots of printable games for your early learner.

10. Living Math — Don’t believe me that math can be fun? I didn’t either, until I found this site. Go check it out!

11. PPS Leveled Books — A great, low-key way to assess your child’s reading level.

12. Crayola’s USA Coloring Pages –Have fun working your way through a study of the United States.

13. Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers — Well, I hope you’ll want to put this one in your bookmarks, anyway. Surely you can forgive me one shameless plug. 😉

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