Curriculum Resources Resources for Homeschoolers

Help for Struggling Readers

Focused Learning Centers-Reading

Have you explored the Focused Learning Centers on The Reading Center is the place to go when your child is struggling with reading or you are looking for new ways to present information. It includes tips, games, and e-books, plus more than twenty units by Dr. Matthew Glavach, an accomplished teacher and author who has spent […]

Homeschooling Resources Round-up Part 6 – Foreign Language Studies

Foreign Languages Round Up

 I have tried to put together some of best resources I could find for language study, but there really isn’t much out there. It seems most homeschoolers have the best luck with languages like Spanish, French, German, etc. from learning within their community co-ops or from family and friends that know the language. But for […]

Our High School History: Exploring America by Notgrass


I just love the high quality of Notgrass materials. We have used some of their curriculum in the past and have been very impressed. This year for tenth grade we will be using Exploring America. This independent, student-led  high school history course is much more than just history though. When you follow the easy to use lesson […]

Homeschooling Resources Round-up Part 5 – Religion and Character Studies

Bible Study Resources Round Up

The next part in the Round-Up Series covers Religion & Character Studies. I have included Bible Studies, Devotionals, Printable Activities, Hymns and much more! I hope you can find something to enjoy with your family :)CurriculumAplogia “What We Believe” SeriesGreat Article on using Apologia NotebooksGrapevine Bible StudiesBible Road Trip –  3-Year Bible Study for all […]

What we are using for Economics & Government this year


Our family is really into politics, economics, and of course entrepreneurship (my husband and I both have a couple of businesses.) When I owned my curriculum store, Bluestocking Press was one of our best sellers & I am excited to finally be putting their curriculum to use in our homeschool!I plan to lay low on making […]

First Year of High School: Done!


This past school year was my daughter’s first high school year. I gave her the reins and let her organize her schedule and plan out all of her work/lessons using The Well Planned Day 4 Year High School Planner. I used this Free Homeschool High School Credit Planner Spreadsheet to keep track of her grades though.Like the […]

What My Teen Thinks After Using Philosophy Adventure


This was written by my 14 year old daughter, who just finished her first year of high school. If there is one thing I learned from doing Philosophy Adventure, it would be this: open your mind to different ways of thinking and you may pick up a thing or two along the way, or respectfully […]

Complete Preschool Curriculum for FREE


I have family, friends, and readers write me all the time asking what curriculum they should use for their child, and also how can they homeschool on the cheap. This is an awesome FREE preschool curriculum with anything and everything you needed to get started off right! Subscribe to Mama Goes Frugal today and receive […]

Homeschooling Resources Round-up Part 4 – Math

Math Resources

This is part 4 in our Homeschooling Round-Up Series and includes resources for Math. I have tried to include curriculum, living books, board games, activities, free printables and much more! If you missed Parts 1, 2 and 3 I have them linked at the bottom of the post. I also have a main link-up page where […]