Interesting and Informative Homeschool Sites
This list of homeschool websites is to be a selection of my favourite resources.
I am passionate about finding the most creative and interesting homeschooling resources I can. You know that I believe the right resource can make learning a creative and enriching experience. But I am not the best person to advise you on curriculums, or homeschool law (no, really!!). So this is my tribute to those sites that CAN help you with those things. With a few of my favourite product and homeschooling sites thrown in for good measure!
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covers all aspects of home education - great advice even if you aren't from the UK.
The site for budget conscious moms looking for frugal fun ways to nurture the fun-loving rhythm of their familes.
The Homeschool Companion provides encouraging articles and curriculum reviews from veteran homeschool moms, as well as helpful links for discounts on many resources.
Maths No Problem
The Singapore Math programme is based on problem solving. Working in a logical sequence, which reinforces key maths principles, the programme supports students' basic understanding of a topic, allowing them to move beyond theory to practical applications of maths in the real world.
Custom Homeschool Curriculum
Unlock your child’s genius with a custom homeschool curriculum. Find out why building your curriculum around your child's learning style eliminates learning problems, increases learning retention and improves motivation.
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