Online Resources
Are you looking for free worksheets? Want to find online educational games? Do you need a unit study? Here is the place to find them all. From online lesson plans to reading lists to academic and content standards, you'll find tools that will help you successfully homeschool.
Lesson Plans
Don't know what to teach today or how to get everything done? Explore these resources for planning your lessons and get ideas on how to help your homeschool day run smoothly.
Worksheets
Worksheets can help reinforce ideas and concepts and can be a fun way for child to expand their curricula.
Unit Studies
Unit studies are a way to integrate many subjects into one topical unit, using one idea, subject, or topic to explore different approaches to study. In general, a topic is chosen and is studied, learning history, science, math, writing, reading, and other subjects while exploring the single topic. Unit studies work well for multi-age homeschoolers, for those looking for a creative way to learn, and for anyone who want real hands-on, real-world learning. Check out these online unit study resources.
Reading Lists
What should your child read? What books are best for which age? How do you find quality, "living" books that will excite your child's desire to read and that provide a good experience? Browse through these book lists to find the best of the best.
Educational Games
Add some fun to your homeschool learning with these exciting and educational online games.
Content Standards
Wondering what to teach this year? These content standards will help you to see the big picture. Many of these listings are published by public schools, but they do provide a good jumping-off point to help you evaluate the scope of your own homeschool.
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Ed Helper
Although this website has an extensive collection of resources and lesson plans especially suited to a homeschooling family, it is by paid subscription only. If you are interested in the materials on this website, you may find it worth your while to pay for a subscription.
Helps for the Person Who Wants to Plan a Unit Study on their Own
Sometimes it is best to plan and use your own unit studies. You may not find a unit study on a topic you are interested in, or you may find that those offered do not meet your needs. It can be easy to design your own unit studies. This article discusses the basics.
Unit Study Ideas Forum at vegsource.com
Share ideas for the unit study method of homeschooling at this vegsource.com message board.
Amanda Bennett's Unit Studies
Available for purchase, Amanda's topical unit studies offer weekly learning objectives and much more. The daily lesson plans and assignments are included in the book, ready for immediate use. These unit study guides include daily lesson plans, with reading and writing assignments, spelling and vocabulary words, biography and geography studies, projects, reading lists, and Internet sites of interest. Designed for use by all ages, each day's lesson plan is divided into lower and upper levels. For ...
Home Schooling With Frugal Unit Studies
Unit studies are both a fun and frugal way to homeschool your children. Unit studies are theme-based or one topic ideas studied thoroughly using art, literature, music, social studies, science and sometimes even math. Unit studies allow you to use your library, community resources, the Internet, and a minimum of supplies to enable your children to learn in a fun and relaxed way. Because unit studies can be adapted to any age level or academic level, multiple aged children can all participate in ...
Links and Items
Five in a Row
Five in a Row provides a step-by-step, instructional guide using outstanding children's literature for children ages 4-8. Unit studies are built around each chosen book. There is a series for preschoolers called "Before Five in a Row," along with other volumes for older children.
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