I’m catching up so here’s a hodgepodge of freebies on-line to help with homeschooling.
You Need a Story. you need to go to his site to sign up for his free weekly newsletter. Each newsletter will have a story. This is part of what he has to say:
At our house, reading aloud to the children is one of the pillars of their early education. And when I read to my own, I’d love to have your young’ns gather ’round with them. There’s always room for a couple more. In fact, if you’ll let me know where to send it, I’ll be glad to email you a FREE audio story each and every week in our FREE Weekly Newsletter. Sometimes I’ll do the reading, sometimes it may be someone else. But each installment brings you an exhilarating audio adventure —unabridged, of course—to enrich your children’s minds (not to mention keep them occupied with something beneficial while you get other things done). The selection may be one of the great classics. Or, it may be one of those hidden gems from the vast wealth of children’s literature. Or, it may be an enthralling story that has never yet been published. But it will always be clean, wholesome, and enjoyable for the whole family.
Home with Kids has a number of links that go to free homeschooling resources. this is what they have to say:
Most of the links listed below will take you to free resources. There are so many wonderful free educational sites now available online, that I can’t possibly list them all. Use the links below as a starting point, but don’t be afraid to explore what the world wide web has to offer.
The International Bible Society has a couple of videos that can be viewed on “who is Jesus” and “he has done it” Check them out.
Want to make a smoothie with your children? Check out Elkan’s Paradise Smoothie.
I haven’t had the time to really listen to this site called Just One More Book. It is a podcast on books.
Lessons at Home with Kids. This is a site with different monthly activities. A link that is from the same folks also does activities topically.