FREE Fun United States Geography Homeschool Resources

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Make U.S. geography come to life with these fun resources! It shares eight exciting ideas per state to help students “visit” each of the 50 states in the union. Each page is nicely laid out, so children won’t get overwhelmed with all the information on each page. The pictures are large, and the lighting is excellent […]

FREE Basic Cozy Online Spelling Course

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Spelling words can be difficult to be excited about for some students. The words don’t really take much time to write out, but the task seems so mundane. Check out this free Basic Cozy Online Spelling Course. Perhaps by using an online spelling curriculum, your middle schooler will take a renewed interest!Click here to check out this […]

FREE Homeschool Science Curriculum (PreK to 12th)

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Many of us homeschool moms turn into curriculum junkies. I love to see what’s new and available…especially when what we’re using doesn’t seem to be effective. Yes, we need to just buckle down and do the work sometimes, but learning should be a joy. And sometimes, you don’t figure out that a curriculum isn’t working […]

FREE Online Classic Youth Books

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I generally like to hold the book I’m reading, but in some instances, I need a title fast. In those cases, an online book or ebook is the only thing that’s going to do. Here is a list of over 35 Classic Youth books, available online for free! Yes, books like The Railway Children, Polyanna, and Hans Brinker […]

FREE First Beginner Piano Lessons to Do At Home

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If your child demonstrates an interest in playing piano, check out these free First Beginner Lessons! Maybe you’re not sure that he has a true interest in piano. Or maybe you’re not sure you can handle listening to the practicing! These lessons are disguised as games and presented in a playful way. These five lessons […]

FREE Printable 36-Week High School Spelling Program

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Spelling programs can seem dull with no clear direction. This free, printable 36-week program is based on research, and each week it covers specific trouble spots. It’s geared for the high schooler, but might even be appropriate for some eighth graders.Click here to download your free printables!