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So, now you’re homeschooling and you probably didn’t even make that decision on your own… your government officials did it for you. Welcome to the club! You were probably surfing the web for homeschool curriculum, through your tears of homeschooling agony and found this page. Welcome! Oh, and you GOT THIS!

 

I never pictured myself as a homeschooling parent, but here I am a homeschooling mom on lockdown from the outside world. I was actually in the process of homeschool research and decided I would take you along with me.

 

After spending way too much time researching I compiled this huge list of homeschool curriculum and resources, enjoy. Be sure to check back for updates and share with your friends and family.

 

homeschool resources - for every grade

 

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Homeschool

Times have changed so drastically in the past couple of weeks that its kinda unreal. Some schools in the country have been suspended for the remainder of the school year, and others haven’t made their final decision.

For those of you who plan on making the transition to full time homeschooling outside of your current school district, be sure to do some research beforehand. Look into things like accreditation, curriculum, and resources offered.

Talk to your Childs School 

Your local school district should have resources for you to transition to online education. In some cases teachers are streaming lessons online or using 3rd party resources to deliver curriculum.

Personally, my child has been assigned 30 minutes of math and reading each day using an online delivery platform. I don’t think this is sufficient so I’ve looked for supplemental resources to fill the gaps and keep her engaged.

 

Below I’ve included the following categories, curriculum, supplemental resources, and learn with gaming. I’ve also included a few workbooks for PreK to 8th grade levels that you can purchase and work directly from the book. You may like some and not like others, you just have to see what works for you and your child. Everyone learns differently so just take a deep breath and remember you’ll get through this.

 


CURRICULUM

ELEARN - ONLINE LEARNING FROM HOME

EP for Learning (Grade K to 12th)

  • PAID – ($9.99/mo for One Subject, or $29.99/mo for all Subjects)
  • Subjects Included: Languages, English, Maths, Science, Humanities, Health & PE, Digital Tech, and Te Ao Maori.
  • Supports education for a number of countries.

 

E Spark Learning (K to 5th)

  • FREE
  • Subjects Included: Math and Reading
  • Ability to use on “all devices”.

 

All in One Home School (PreK to 12th)

  • FREE – (with the option to purchase workbooks on Amazon)
  • Subjects Included: Art, Bible, Computer, Foreign Languages, History Language Arts, English, Math, Music, PE/Health, Reading, Science. * Subjects may vary by grade level.

 

CK-12 (Online resources learning from home)

cK-12(K to 12th)

  • FREE
  • Subjects Included: Math, Science, English, Social Studies, Translations, and MORE.

 

Khan Academy(PreK to 12th)

  • FREE
  • Subjects Included: Math, Reading, Science & Engineering, Arts & Humanities, Computing, Test Prep, and Economics & Finance.
  • Includes a homeschool schedule to give you a good guideline on planning curriculum.
  • Learn how to get started with this quick start guide.

 

 


 

SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCES

Scholastic Learn at Home (PreK to 9th)

  • FREE
  • Offers reading resources with activities, videos, and more.

 

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PBS Kids (Age 2 to 8)

  • FREE
  • Shows, activities, printables, crafts, and more.

 

Mystery Science(K to 5th)

  • FREE
  • Mini and full science lessons for remote learning.

 

Teachers Pay Teachers (PreK to 12th)

  • FREE & PAID
  • Offers a wide array of learning resources such as; worksheets, lesson plans, printables, activities, posters, assessment, math centers, and more.

 

teaching resources at home age 2 to 8

Anywhere Teacher  (Age 2 to 8)

  • FREE *For a limited time (pricing – $6.99/mo. 
  • Educational activities, and more.

 


 

LEARN WITH GAMING

Prodigy (1st to 8th)

  • FREE & PAID
  • One of my daughters favorite math games, plus she learns… that’s a win in my book.

 

Goose Chase (K to 12th)

  • FREE & PAID
  • Online scavenger hunt for the “21st Century”

 

Academic Skill Builders (1st to 6th)

  • FREE & PAID
  • Free version is a, option to upgrade. Find academic games for typing, geography, math, and more.

 


Pre-K

Kindergarden 

1st

2nd

Sale
Brain Quest Workbook, Grade 2
  • na
  • Liane Onish (Author)

3rd 

Sale
Brain Quest Workbook: Grade 3
  • It's the curriculum-based, fast-paced, question-and-answer game that challenges kids on the stuff they need to know, when they need to know it
  • It's the brand that says "It's fun to be smart!" And it delivers

4th

5th

Sale
Brain Quest Workbook: Grade 5
  • BRAIN QUEST WORKBOOK GRADE 5 - Pack of 1
  • Heos, Bridget (Author)

6th

Sale
Brain Quest Workbook: Grade 6
  • 9780761182436
  • Walker, Persephone (Author)

7th

8th

Carson Dellosa – Spectrum Science, Focused Practice to Support Science Literacy for 8th Grade, 176 Pages, Ages 13–14 with Answer Key
  • Reinforce your eighth-grader’s scientific understanding with Spectrum Science
  • Strengthens scientific inquiry skills

 

 

 

Have more resources you think would be a good fit here? I’d love to add them, just email me at: [email protected]