Throughout the years, I’ve come across so many homeschool tools and resources. I’m sure you have too.
But since you’re on this page, I’m betting you’re researching and wondering what homeschool resources I use and recommend.
This is a list I’ve been asked for so many times. Now it’s all in one easy, shareable spot. Go me! 🙂
I hope you find it helpful in your homeschooling journey!
Favorites for Toddlers and Preschoolers
My friend Liz Millay over at Steadfast Family has an incredible resource for preschoolers and toddlers.
Inside you’ll find ideas for all learning styles – sensory bins, games, crafts, and more! Plus tips for teaching the Bible to little ones.
Before Five in a Row Really Captures the heart of our preschool vision for our family.
Before Five in a Row Curriculum is geared toward two to four year old children and is based on good, quality literature.
A great option for homeschool that is FREE!
Check out Getting Ready 1 for their preschool curriculum that helps little guys get ready to read.
Favorites for Elementary
We’ve had great experience in teaching our kids to read with All About Reading.
You Can Read from 1+1+1 is a simple sight word program for younger learners. Perfect for early elementary.
From the website: “These children are ready to learn words and reading skills, they just aren’t ready for complex worksheets and activities often available to children who are a bit older when they are learning.”
Our favorite math curriculum so far! It has worked well for both my boys, and we love the hands-on, visual aspect of it.
Go to see Math U See for yourself. You can even check used homeschool supply stores and websites for great deals on gently used curriculum.
Apologia science has been a big hit for us. We’ve gone through the Astronomy book and enjoyed it.
You can learn more about it HERE. and find many other units from Apologia.
A great literature curriculum for elementary aged students. We love reading in our house, and love “rowing” through books.
Check out Five in a Row.
Great tool for practicing math facts! Easy to use for multiple ages of kids.
They provide some great supplemental math activities for FREE!
Kiwi Crates, “hands-on science and art projects for inspiring artists, makers, scientists, designers.”
Everything you need in one box is delivered to your door for ages 0-16. And they are a blast! Keeps the kids busy with hands-on learning. Get 30% off with code Share30
Typing Club is a way to learn typing for free!
Tools for Bible with Kids or Family
Planning Tools and School Room Supplies
Other Helpful Podcasts, YouTube, etc.
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