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1. Khan Academy. Khan Academy has a long-standing reputation as a quality resource in the homeschooling community. It is a non-profit educational site started by American educator Salman Khan to provide free, quality educational resources for all students.
2. Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool. Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool is a free online resource created by homeschooling parents for homeschooling parents.
3. Ambleside Online. Ambleside Online is a free, Charlotte Mason-style, Christian-based homeschool curriculum for children in grades K-12. Like Khan Academy, Ambleside has a long-standing reputation in the homeschooling community as a quality resource.
4. Newsela. Newsela is an educational website that promotes literacy using news stories. Each article is adjusted to five different reading and maturity levels, so students of all ages can practice literacy skills while becoming informed citizens.
5. Virtual Field Trips and World Tours. You don't have to leave the house to see the world. Explore the halls of the White House, wander through the Sistine Chapel, and take a tour of the International Space Station with virtual field trips and virtual world tours.
6. Scholastic Learn at Home. Scholastic, one of the best known names in the educational materials industry, has created a Learn at Home site for students in grades Pre-K through 9th.
7. Smithsonian Learning Lab. Take advantage of the Smithsonian's 19 museums, galleries, and research centers and their wealth of material to expand your kids' horizons.
8. Funbrain. Funbrain provides free educational games, comics, books, and videos for children in grades Pre-K through 8th. Their fun-filled activities focus on developing skills in math, reading, problem-solving, and literacy.
9. Storyline. Storyline is an award-winning children's literacy website that features famous people reading beloved children's books. Think James Earl Jones reading "To Be a Drum," by Evelyn Coleman; or Audrey Penn's "The Kissing Hand," read by Barbara Bain.
10. Big History Project. Created for students in middle school and high school, the Big History Project is a social studies curriculum aligned with Common Core ELA standards.

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The cost of online homeschooling programs varies greatly, depending on the curriculum, interactivity, and level of support. Some online

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Online Resources for Charlotte Mason Method Simply Charlotte Mason – The biggest online resource of the CM method Charlotte Mason

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We know homeschooling might not be a choice you made, but we’re here to help make it feel like less of a challenge. Below we’ve compiled a list of great and FREE online resources, sites and games aimed at preK through Grade 8 that you can start using today.

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The Best Homeschooling Resources Online Whether you've made the decision to homeschool or you're still considering the option, here are resources to offer help and guidance. By Jamie Martin

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1. Easy Peasy Homeschool
2. Apologia
3. Power Homeschool
4. Horizons Homeschool Curriculum
5. CTC Math
6. Veritas Press
7. Home Science Tools
8. Bridgeway Academy
9. All In One Homeschool
10. Acellus Homeschool

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All-in-One Curriculum and Multi-Subject Digital Resources. Wide Open School - This home-schooling site uses online learning to make education fun for students. It also includes links to other helpful sites. Outschool - Led by qualified teachers, Outschool offers online classes for students 3 to 18 years old and allows parents to customize their child’s learning toward their …

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1. TED-Ed. This site lets you build a lesson around any TED talk, TED-Ed resource, or YouTube video. You can also find and use existing lessons on a variety of topics.
2. Simple Homeschool. A must-follow blog for homeschoolers who want to keep it simple, Jamie of Simple Homeschool shares reviews, giveaways, and articles on curriculum and other topics as well as inspiration and encouragement for homeschooling families.
3. Reading Eggs. This subscription site promises to make learning to read fun with games, songs, and engaging rewards as well as a series of mobile apps.
4. Khan Academy. Khan Academy offers free online lessons and interactive exercises on just about every possible topic. These lessons can be a great resource for students and parents, whether you work through an entire subject, or just supplement with videos to get help with a tricky math challenge or other subject.
5. Exploratorium. The website for this popular San Francisco children’s science center features an impressive selection of free activities, videos, printables, and interactive online resources on a variety of math and science topics.
6. NASA for Students. The NASA website’s For Students section includes a great free catalog of articles, activities, videos, and games for students in grades K–12 on topics related to STEM, aeronautics, and space exploration.
7. Project Gutenberg. With more than 45,000 free eBooks, including a large collection of classic children’s literature, Project Gutenberg is a fantastic resource for growing your home library on a budget.
8. Duolingo. This free language app is available for iPhone, Android, and the web and offers fun and engaging lessons for a variety of languages, including Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, and English.
9. Steve Spangler Science. With engaging videos of experiments and science fair projects, as well as detailed printable instructions, and in some cases free lesson plans, this site is a a great source of inspiration and instructions for cool science experiments to do at home or in the classroom.
10. Homeschool.com. Articles on getting started, curriculum reviews, printable lessons, and links to local support groups make this site a great resource, especially for families who are new to homeschooling.

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Free Homeschooling Resources. Welcome to HSLDA Online Academy! Whether you are new to homeschooling or are a veteran homeschooling family, we have resources to help you homeschool through high school. Here are several resources that we wanted to share with you. Jump Start SAT/ACT Test Prep. FREE RECORDED WEBINAR.

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What you get with Bridgeway’s self-paced online homeschooling Engaging lessons, immediate feedback, and individual online learning paths. Over 200 courses to choose from, allowing you to tailor the right fit for your child. Available for middle school and high school students Choose your grade level to explore online classes.

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King’s InterHigh offers online homeschooling support for parents and guardians who have decided to home educate their children. King’s InterHigh allows pupils to study the British curriculum, in full or in part, from home, anywhere in the world. Live lessons are delivered by experienced and qualified teachers.

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Homeschooling Programs Online is a site dedicated to providing homeschool resources for parents teaching grades 1 to 6.

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If you’re looking for free homeschool planning and organization resources, Donna Young is the site. From homeschool to household, there are many different planners to suit your needs. When I was a new homeschooling mom, the Donna Young website was one of the most helpful websites I found. Pete’s Power Point Station

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Free Homeschool Curriculum - Here's a list of places you can find free online homeschooling programs for specific subjects, such as art, foreign language, spelling, typing and algebra. Also includes an awesome resource for finding free unit studies. Free Homeschooling Resources - These free homeschooling resources can be used to create your own

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1. SchoolhouseTeachers.com: Online Homeschool Classes for Everyone. SchoolhouseTeachers.com grew out of the magazine “The Old Schoolhouse®.” Based on a belief in the Bible and directed toward raising children according to Christian values, it aims to make solid online Christian homeschooling available to all families and to provide support to those seeking to pursue such an education.
2. Abeka: Bible-Based Homeschool Curriculum. Beginning with a private Christian school in 1954, Abeka grew out of the need for appropriate, faith-based textbooks.
3. Time 4 Learning: Online Curriculum Provider. Time 4 Learning is an online curriculum provider serving all grades, from preschool through high school. Recognized by Homeschool.com in its Top 100 Educational Websites since 2009, it takes a very personalized approach to education, easily accommodating not only the average student, but also those with learning weaknesses or with special talent.
4. BJU Homeschooling: Online Christian Education. Originating with a publishing company established by the faculty of Bob Jones University, BJU Homeschooling offers a thoughtful, well-organized education to its students.
5. IXL Learning: Homeschooling K thru 12. The education offered by IXL Learning centers around technology. With a curriculum designed to accommodate kindergarten through 12th grade students, it focuses on facilitating learning by using increasingly better and more advanced technology.
6. Sonlight: Literature-Based Curriculum. Sonlight defines itself as a “literature-based” curriculum. Instead of textbooks, it uses what it calls “readers” and “read-alouds” with the idea of teaching students the love of learning rather than pursuing a mere fact-based method of education.
7. Monarch Online: Christian Homeschooling Program. Another Christian homeschooling program is Monarch Online. It offers 50 courses for students in the 3rd through 12th grades, with the standard subjects being Bible, history, geography, math, science, and language arts.
8. Easy Peasy : Preschool Homeschooling thru High School. Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool operates with the mission of making homeschooling accessible to every family.

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Are you looking for free online homeschool resources to help your homeschooling budget? Then this is the section for you! We have scoured the internet to round up free websites, videos, games, printables, field trips, and much more to help make homeschooling easier, cheaper, and fun for you and your children.

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1. CK-12 (grades K-12) CK-12 offers online courses such as high school geometry or 2 grade science. It is a combination of videos that teach plus interactive practice.
2. Core Knowledge (grades Pk-8) This site has a wonderful collection of downloadable unit studies for grades pre-k through 8 that are broken up into several modules for each grade level.
3. Curriculum Pathways (grades K-12) This is a library of videos designed to supplement and enhance education. They provide videos in many subjects including math, science, social studies, language arts, world languages, health, emotional skills and more across all grade levels K-12.
4. Hippo Campus (grades 6-12) Hippo Campus provides over 7000 free videos in 13 subjects for middle school and high school levels. Subjects cover topics in math, science, social studies, and the humanities.
5. Kahn Academy (grades K-12) Kahn Academy started off as incredible videos for every possible math concept, but has branched off into science and history content, language arts, as well as life skills and test prep.
6. Georgia Virtual Learning (grades 6-12) Goergia Virtual was initially designed for high school students living in Georgia. However, many of the materials are available for free and include individual courses and online textbooks for high school science, social studies, math, language arts, fine arts, world languages, and some electives.
7. Homeschool College USA (grades 9-12) This site has a selection of courses for high school students who desire to CLEP out of college classes by taking specialized exams.

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Online Homeschooling Resources. CHN has compiled the below listing of online resources that may be useful to homeschooling families. CHN does not review these resources and no endorsement should be implied.

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What is the best home school program??

The best home school curriculum starts with Bridgeway Academy. Our programs are tailored for the superior homeschool education. Maybe being a teacher was your first choice, maybe it wasn’t. Regardless, you want curriculum options that fit your child’s needs and keep your strengths in mind.

What is the best homeschool curriculum??

Some top picks homeschool curriculum:

  • Easy Peasy Homeschool
  • Apologia
  • Power Homeschool
  • Horizons Homeschool Curriculum
  • CTC Math
  • Veritas Press
  • Home Science Tools
  • Bridgeway Academy
  • All In One Homeschool
  • Acellus Homeschool

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What homeschool programs are accredited??

We offer these grade levels four different accredited homeschool programs: Parent-teacher Led using online curriculum. Parent-teacher Led using a combination of online and booklet subjects. Distinctive Service using online curriculum with Southeast Academy teachers scoring student work. Elite Service using online curriculum with academic concept help and scoring from Southeast Academy teachers.

What is home schooling??

A home school is a school in which parents teach their children an academic curriculum at home instead of sending them out to a public or private school.

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