On this page, in alphabetical order, you will find links to many of the websites that we draw resources from. Those that are FREE are marked as such.
Activity VillageA British website with loads of puzzles, coloring pages etc.
AmblesideCharlotte Mason curriculum. We LOVE their reading suggestions and do follow some of their “curriculum” ideas but not exclusively.
The Baldwin Project A great resource for classic books.
CurrClick Over 700+ FREE items PLUS a place to purchase curriculum etc. A good place to start learning what homeschooling companies are out there etc. CurrClick also offers online lessons.
Education.com This website offers both FREE worksheets and a paid membership where for under $50 a year (Premium Membership) you can download as many workbooks as you want/need. They have several layers of membership to choose from.
Golden Educational Center These folks are the creators of a set of 4 Creating Line Designs books which was have used for years and highly recommend.
GutenbergA fabulous resource for books. This is the place where you can find many of the classics. Several download option available including PDF and Kindle.
Homeschool ShareLapbooks, Notebooks and Unit Studies plus blog etc.
Notebooking Pages This website revolutionized our homeschooling! An incredible program well worth investing in!
Old Fashioned EducationThis website has not been updated in a while but is a great resource for free book links and ideas.
Scott Foreman’s GrammarGrades 1-6 – A good grammar curriculum. It is a bit of a pain to download as the units are all separate PDF’s but once you have it downloaded you can combine it with your own PDF program.
The ToymakerPaper toys to make
Timberdoodle Home educators that test all the products before recommending them. They are a wealth of information and their catalog is loved by all. A professional and great company to deal with.