Cool Homeschooling Stuff

One of the things that I enjoy is meeting all of the creators of “bigly” (Did I use that word corectly?) important homeschooling resources. There is now a plethora out there. I enjoy pointing newbies and “homeschool interested” toward green pastures.

Since it is back to school time, I thought I would keep up a Friday round-up or sorts. Here are a few of the gems.

SchoolhouseTeachers.com – Homeschool Curriculum for Everybody

SchoolhouseTeachers – Homeschool Curriculum for preschool, elementary, middle and high school, courses in all major subject areas and engaging electives.

Homeschool Highways – Sharing Homeschool Videos

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That one is my wife’s site. All videos about homeschooling.

 

This one is a life saver, especially if you are constantly asked (nagged) about how you would ever teach advanced math.

https://aplusinteractivemath.com/

 

How do you learn history while driving around and exploring the country?

Jim Hodges Audio Books – Bringing History To Life

Thank you so much for producing Henty on audio! This is wonderful. We currently own ALL your audio tapes! We highly value unabridged audios. I use audio as a means to teach my children inflection, changes in character voice, reading at a higher level, etc.

Mashing Matter – TeacherTube

Do you have a bean bag chair? If so, Jason Lindsey aka “Mr. Science” with Hooked on Science and a kid scientist show us how you can use those tiny pieces, inside the chair, to do an amazing experiment. Go to http://www.hookedonscience.org/next

There are so many more, made by so many smart parents and students. But I will wait until next week to include them. How about you? What items do you recommend? How do you like these picks.

*Disclaimer – We have an affiliate relationship to Schoolhouse Teachers because we are huge fans and if anyone clicks our link, we stand to benefit with a compensation. We also work with Professor Carol and receive compensation for consulting. Some of her courses have footage or images that I have shot. We are huge fans of all that she does. We would help in any way possible.

The good thing about our travels in homeschooling is that we get to know the people behind the products. We look forward to many more adventures in homeschooling.

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