Home school resources are helpful for parents that are teaching children at home. Instead of having to travel back and forth to the library you can now go online to find most anything you need for home school purposes including printables, lesson plans, software, chat rooms, support groups and regional assistance.
One great place with lots of resources including discussion boards and mailing lists is www.midnightbeach.com/hs Here you’ll find links to frequently asked questions about home schooling, when to teach what subjects, and a source for ads to find other home school teachers in your area.
At www.thehomeschoolmom.com you’ll have access to over 400 pages of tips and articles about studying, worksheets, planners, and software.
Lots of free printables for home school teachers: www.donnayoung.org
Visit www.homeschoolcentral.com to find categories such as Preschool, High School, Special Needs and more. The site has info on local and national organizations as well as classified ads and support group info.
Art, music, computer, early childhood, books, travel – you’ll find this and much, much more at www.homeschool.com If you’re new to home schooling you’ll find even more links.
Literally dozens of links are located at this site: http://home-educate.com
Find free math printable sheets here: www.kidzone.ws/math
Math work sheets, puzzles, problems and test preparation printables for home school teachers: www.edhelper.com/math.htm
Here you can get advice before you set up your new home school: http://homeschooling.gomilpitas.com/directory/Beginning.htm
Check list before you start home schooling: www.kansashomeschool.org/hs-steps.htm
For K-5 grades here’s a large assortment of printable attendance records, report cards, assignment sheets, certificates and flash cards: http://home.att.net/~bandcparker/forms.html
Articles, organizations and events specifically for home school dads: www.homeschooldads.com
At this site you’ll find virtual field trips for home school students with themes of Africa, America and the Ancient World: http://home-educate.com/fieldtrip.shtml
Find home school printables, e-courses, clubs and activities here: http://homeschooling.about.com
Crayola has some great resources for young kids: www.crayola.com
A huge resource pool of information for home schools: www.Homeschool.big.com
Free lesson plans, software and more: www.HomeschoolFreestuff.com
Science projects, book reviews, history, math and other subjects: www.kidzworld.com
Over 1500 pages of resources and projects: www.easyfunschool.com
If you’re home schooling and encountering behavioral problems here’s a good site to visit for suggestions and advice: www.geocities.com/terriebittner/religionconflict.html
Support, curriculum discussions, expense saving: www.bayshoreeducational.com/special1.htm
Discipline tips: www.homeschoolinglibrary.com
What you need to make your home school a success: www.familyeducation.com/article/0,1120,1-33766,00.html
Buy text books: www.bn.com, www.amazon.com, or www.thebackpack.com
Tips, advice, class, support and additional resources: www.thegraceacademy.org
Teaching tools: www.ability.org.uk/mac_shareware_teaching_tools.html
How to start your own home school club: http://expage.com/page/folcstartyourown
Home schools are popping up all over the country and many students fare better at home. If you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out in home schooling you’ll find the tools and resources you need online.