These experiments illustrate a concept, making them easy to use as a base of studies.
We linked to this ages and ages ago as one of our favorite sites. Then for one reason or another the tool was unavailable. Well, Puzzlemaker is back! Puzzlemaker is a puzzle generation tool for teachers, students and parents. Create and print customized word search, criss-cross, math puzzles, and more-using your own word list. With […]
TryEngineering is a STEM-focused site provided by IEEE, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. The site offers both students and teachers a wide variety of resources aimed at developing the next generation of engineers: TryEngineering aims to empower educators to foster the next generation of technology innovators. We provide educators and students with resources, […]
You remember what paper sloyd is, right? Well, here is a very modern twist on paper craft from a web designer living in the Netherlands: Templatemaker! Templatemaker is a free interactive that helps you create your own paper craft templates: This page is a resource for DIY artists, graphics designers and everyone who likes paper […]
One of the most complete world geography resources that we’ve found to date
How Things Fly is an interactive site sponsored by the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum created as a companion to the physical exhibit at the museum. But you don’t need to visit the museum to learn the basic principles that allow aircraft and spacecraft to fly! The emphasis here is “interactive.” We want you […]
One sure way to cut homeschool expenses is to do it yourself. But what if you prefer something already laid out for you? Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool is a completely free online curriculum. ~ Featured Site
OK, we’re not much for karaoke of any type around here. Despite the name, Christmas Karaoke is a site too excellent to miss! So grab your little ones, gather up the family, choose a Christmas carol or song and start singing! Christmas Karaoke (ad-free!) is very simple to navigate. Select either Christmas carols or Christmas […]
Years ago we took a trip through The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, a book written by Anita Ganeri. Based on a piece by Benjamin Britten, the book and accompanying CD provided a DK-type introduction to the orchestra, section by section. Now the book and music are presented in a free and exciting online […]
What resource does the homeschool handy-mom use most? Paper! Binder filler paper, notebooking pages, forms, foldables, graph paper, calendars, daily planner paper…the list is endless! Now, what to do when you don’t have exactly the right paper on hand? Print it! So without further ado, meet Printable Paper! Offering over 1000 papers you can download […]
By utilizing these online resources we can drastically cut the cost of homeschooling.
Homeschool Share is a Featured Site that offers free, quality literature-based unit studies.