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Old 10-29-2009, 07:43 AM
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Default What are great Free Website Resources that are for Homeschooling children?

We are homeschooling are daughter and would like any insiders tips, as to what great websites that are out there that assist in homeschooling. Daughter is 5yrs old.

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My daughter is older than yours so unfortunately I don't have a lot of websites to share with you but the one that I would highly recommend that you check out, if you haven't already done so, is Starfall.com That site is awesome for teaching kids how to read.
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We are homeschooling are daughter and would like any insiders tips, as to what great websites that are out there that assist in homeschooling. Daughter is 5yrs old.

Thanks for the help!
The Homeschool Lounge is a great network and resource for homeschool moms and The Homeschool Toolbar is a free resource with lots of great resources and homeschool helps.

Take time to read lots, there is a ton of info on the web to read. :-)
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My daughter is older than yours so unfortunately I don't have a lot of websites to share with you but the one that I would highly recommend that you check out, if you haven't already done so, is Starfall.com That site is awesome for teaching kids how to read.
I agree Starfall is wonderful! Letter Of The Week is also a neat website with a free curriculum!
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Take time to read lots, there is a ton of info on the web to read. :-)
There's definitely a lot more on there when I got started. I've been homeschooling for 5 years and when I started there was barely any info available. Those who are just getting started today have a definite advantage in this way.
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I have been pulling together free resource links on my blog. You are welcome to check them out. This link will take you to the Early Childhood page.

Sorting Through Life's Lessons: Early Childhood Links
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Homeschool Curriculum Resources is an up and coming homeschool website. Free worksheets & printables, educational videos, a homeschool resources directory, educational games, etc.
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FreelyEducate.com is a great one. It's not a place with the curriculums on there, but she posts new free stuff all the time. I've found some real gems through her site.
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I don't use a lot of internet stuff for school, especially for my littlest ones, but my just-turned-six-year-old has really enjoyed Starfall.
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I just recently discovered Ambleside Online's free curriculum. If you are interested in the Charlotte Mason method, check it out.
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