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Easy Peasy Homeschool – An Amazing Resource

Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool Curriculum

Here’s where I’m about to sound an awful lot like an infomercial. You know, those half hour long commercials that point out all of the difficulties you face in a certain situation, then point out the product that will simply make your life so much easier! Well, Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool is that product for us homeschooling moms.

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FREE Online Resources for Learning United States History

FREE Online History Resources

American History is a fascinating subject. Sadly, textbooks for United States history can be incredibly expensive. How would you like some FREE resources for teaching history to your kids? You’ve come to the right place! Learn United States History for FREE The first resource I would recommend is Guest Hollow. Their history curriculum was made by a mom just like ...

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Free 6th Grade Curriculum

I have a daughter who is just starting middle school this year. While we don’t necessarily have an actual schedule we use for her (because of her learning style), I did want to share what we are using. All of the resources are free, and you can easily create a schedule that will work for you.

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Planning the High School Years – Part 5

If you’ve been following along with the Planning the High School Years series, you know that we’ve already covered creating a list of planned courses, keeping a transcript, and creating a high school portfolio. You’ve also gotten some great resources for free English and Algebra courses. In this post, as promised, you’ll get some great resources for free science and ...

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Planning the High School Years – Part 4

If you’ve been following along with the Planning the High School Years series, you know that we’ve already covered creating a list of planned courses, keeping a transcript, and creating a high school portfolio. In this section of the series, I’ll be providing you with a variety of resources to use for each course subject. This post got long really ...

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Free Textbooks Online!

Looking for a free textbook? High school & middle school parents will love this one! This website is completely awesome, and I can’t believe how much work went into it. We all know textbooks are extremely expensive, and as a homeschooler, it can be hard to find affordable options. (Why else would you be here?!) But for middle school or ...

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Build Your Child’s Vocabulary Free!

I’m a firm believer that you can tell a lot from a person from the way they talk. With this in mind, I think it’s important for our children to have a solid foundation, and the ability to use proper words is extremely important. Therefore, vocabulary skills are vital. I have found an awesome site to help build your child’s ...

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How to Create a Lesson Plan

Lesson plans can get expensive, there’s no question about that. If you have multiple kids, or simply live on a budget, spending a ton of money on lesson plans and other academic materials just isn’t feasible. The good news is, it isn’t that difficult to design your own lesson plans! In fact, it may even be better for your child(ren), ...

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FREE High School US History On-line Textbook & Class

US History is a hard topic to teach, especially to advanced teenagers in high school. Have you looked at the prices of high school history textbooks lately?? They are NOT cheap. If you are on a budget (and these days, who isn’t!) it can be extremely difficult to teach history if you can’t afford a book. With that in mind, ...

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Ambleside Online – You’ll Love this Free Homeschool Curriculum

Even though there are plenty of worksheets, unit studies, lap books and other homeschooling aids available for free, but a full curriculum can be hard to find. One of my personal favorites is using the Charlotte Mason method. If you don’t know what the Charlotte Mason method is, I highly suggest checking it out. In a nutshell, learners use a ...

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