In addition to the Homework Help resources available from our Research page, we've assembled some websites specifically designed to help parents with homeschooling. This list is presented in alphabetical order by title.
Ann Zeise's community website about how to homeschool your kids from preschool and kindergarten through high school. Free online education, lesson ideas, web resources, and helpful articles. Top programs, books, materials, and curriculum.
A team of teachers who love children's books created this site of the best children's books to help you quickly and easily find the ideal book for any topic and reading level.
Free Technology for Teachers (blog)
On his blog, Free Technology for Teachers, Richard Byrne shares free resources and lesson plans for teaching with technology. Recent posts have included recommendations for new online sources and tools to try this year:
Provided by the Colorado Department of Education
NoodleTools provides tools and tips for the entire student research process, from topic selection to source citation. Some services require a subscription account but there are some outstanding free resources available, too, like "Choose the Right Search" to help student researchers get started.
Links to resources, provided by the Colorado Department of Education
TumbleBooks and TumbleReadables provide an online collection of animated, talking picture books with unlimited remote access from the library and home. The collection includes animated books, educational games, Spanish and French books, plus the ability to navigate the entire site in other languages such as Spanish. TumbleBooks is designed for pre-readers, while TumbleReadables is great for young readers who want to follow along with the words.