When I first decided to homeschool my first panic attack came when I was talking with a woman and she was throwing numbers like 1000 dollars a kid for supplies…um WUT?
That was just for learning materials, she was spending another 100-300 per kid on supplies.
My mind was spinning.
Thankfully, with the help of friends AND Pinterest I stumbled on a plethora of free and almost free learning materials.
Tonight before my weekly homeschool posts start up I am going to share a quick list of my favorite homeschool websites.
Total Cost – 48.00 a year
Kids it covers – Baby through Highschool
What I get – worksheets, workbooks, activities, articles
What subjects it covers – ALL OF THEM
I am loving this site, between the easy to print materials – the amazing projects and their new add on – Brainzy I cant get enough and spend most of my time here.
Total Cost – 79.00 a year (you can also pay by month)
Kids it covers – Kindergarten through geometry
What I get – anything and everything you can think of when it comes to math
This site is great because its makes math not only fun but easy to understand.
Total Cost – You have two options – you can print the worksheets yourself for free OR you can pay 28 bucks and have all the worksheets sent you free shipping.
Kid it covers – Mostly Deacon but it can also help with Davids chicken scratch handwriting
What I get – Worksheets for each week
What subjects it covers – early learning subjects
This is one of my big time favorites! Right now I chose the print it out myself for free option. I may end up switching that in a few years for Dodger.
Total Cost – Free
Kid it covers – k-5
What I get – Tons of games and apps for my kids to play with and keep learning fun
What it covers – Just about every subject and helps introduce children into easy computer skill sharpening.
This will be a great break in their school day. Each kid can take a turn once a day and have fun while learning.
Pinterest – Free – Who doesnt love Pinterest?
You can follow along with my pinterest where you will find my “Get Schooled” boards. I have lessons, room inspirations, materials and soon here my weekly plans.
My local library – FREE
We will be taking weekly trips to ours to get books that work with their weekly plans.
Where are you getting your favorite homeschooling materials from?