On Monday we officially start our first year of home school, although all week long we have been working in some way to get the kids used to the idea and the way things will work. I’ve been researching different programs and ways of add more value to their school day. In the search for providing a successful start to our home school career I have found a few programs and sites that stick out to me. I’m going to share a few of them with you in hopes that you too will find the value and use I have found in them. These particular sites are FREE programs that you can use to form a curriculum or add to your current curriculum.
SAS Curriculum Pathways – This was the site that started the idea for this post. I was introduced to this site after I reached out about home school resources for our own use. I was quite impressed with all the different things they offer. They even have teacher resources as well as tons of student activities.
Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool – This site has been a life saver. I can’t express how grateful I am that people are willing to give of themselves and share what they have learned. It’s quite amazing.
Xtramath – This site is all about math. It’s a great math practice site.
Khan Academy – This is another very useful add on or practice site, especially in math but other subjects as well.
Story Jumper – Create and share stories online. The kids could have their books published but that part is not free.
Space Racers – Cute and fun space science site. Videos, games, and more to learn about science!
Don’t forget Miniature Masterminds our free home school printables blog. 🙂 Sorry have to self promote once in awhile. 🙂