Best Homeschooling Resources For Kids Of All Ages

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As a Homeschool of 1, with over five years of experience under my belt. I understand the importance of finding the best homeschooling resources to provide a well-rounded education for my child.

I’ve done my homework (pun intended!) and discovered a treasure trove of mainly secular homeschool curriculum options.

Trust me, I’ve found something for everyone and every subject!

Whether you’re teaching a curious kindergartner or a rebellious high schooler, I’ve got you covered with a list of amazing resources below.

HOMESCHOOL CURRICULUM

Along with homeschool curriculum reviews I have also shared my top tips for homeschooling.

Free homeschool resources

Back in my son’s elementary years, it’s kind of amazing how much of his curriculum was absolutely free! I mean, we’re talking about everything from science to history, you name it, we found free resources for it.

And you know what’s even cooler?

You don’t have to worry about breaking the bank to homeschool your kids.

The idea that you need to spend a ton to give your child a great education? Not true at all. With all the incredible no-cost materials out there. I managed to homeschool my son through those early years without putting a dent in my wallet.

Discover the best secular homeschool curriculum for all subjects.

Homeschool math resources

PLASTIC NUMBERS 1-8

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Math is by far our favorite subject, we all love it (I know we are weird!).

These are the posts we have written that relate to math. We have used a lot of different math curriculums over the years. But we are going to start high school math with Mr. D Math starting in June.

Best language arts resources for homeschoolers

COLORFUL WOODEN BLOCKS SAYING WRITE

Finding a good language arts homeschool curriculum is hard. But these are the resources we have used over the years:

Best homeschool science resources

SCIENCE

Science is by far my least favorite subject to teach. I am just not that cool mom that likes getting messy! I am not very good with crafts either!

Finding an online science curriculum was important certainly when my son was in elementary. There are so many science curriculums you can find, and we found a lot more free science resources than any other subject (which was great for us!)

Science Subscription Boxes

The best science subscription boxes that we use to supplement our science curriculum.

Best foreign language resources for homeschooling

5 CHILDREN WITH DIFFERENT NATIONALITY FLAGS PAINTED ON THEIR FACES DOING SCHOOL WORK

Learning a foreign language is super important, and actually really hard to teach in homeschool (if like me you can’t speak another language.)

There are lots of resources out there, so check out the ones we use.

Best homeschool history resources

History is our second favorite subject, and now we are in middle school we have found that the best way (for us) is a literature based history curriculum. But we have used lots of other history curriculums as you can see below.

Best coding resources for homeschooling

ROBOTS IN FRONT OF WOODEN LETTERS SPELLING CODING FOR KIDS

Add computer coding to your curriculum with these homeschool coding resources:

Geography resources for homeschooling

We don’t study geography formally as we wanted to focus on history. However, it is important for us to know about the world and the country we now live in.

These are our favorite homeschool geography resources:

Homeschool economics resources

CHILD WITH PAPER BAG OVER THEIR HEAD WITH A BAG OF MONEY

Homeschool government resources

As I have split out everything covered normally in social studies above into separate sections. These are the government resources we have.

Homeschool music resources

TREE WITH MUSICAL NOTES

We are not a musical family, well we weren’t until about a year ago. Our son started with the best online music lessons for kids and is now taking it more seriously with learning all about composers, having a weekly in-person lesson, and is absolutely loving it.

Homeschool art resources

We don’t study art formally yet, although there are lots of awesome art curriculums that we will use in the coming years. But, we use coloring as a stress-relieving tool!

It absolutely works and 30 minutes of drawing calms him right down. Check out the resources he has used and currently uses along with the homeschool art curriculums.

Homeschooling middle school and high school grades

Homeschool preschool resources

We didn’t homeschool preschool or the kindergarten years, but as a secular homeschool blogger, I have been lucky to check out a few amazing resources.

Physical education resources

PE was something I was originally concerned about, but we currently take 4 short walks a day around the neighborhood (check out our neighborhood scavenger hunt.)

There are lots of amazing (and mostly free) resources to keep fit as a family, but also more formal homeschool PE curriculums are listed below.

Homeschool Tips & Advice

HOMESCHOOLING TIPS AND ADVICE

Homeschooling is hard, please don’t think it isn’t.

But WE LOVE IT.

We will continue to homeschool until my son goes to college, so we are currently trying to work out high school credits. I have shared some homeschooling tips and resources that we use to help us homeschool as best we can.

Homeschooling techniques

Homeschooling challenges

Resources

Practical tips

Educational content

Exploring homeschooling

UK home education resources and tips

As I homeschooled in the UK before moving to America I wanted to share the posts I had already written for the UK homeschoolers.

Last Updated on 7 June 2024 by Clare Brown

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