Thursday, March 26, 2009

Helpful Homeschool Links

I don't know about any of you, but when I first decided to homeschool, I went out and bought all of this expensive curriculum that I just KNEW my children had to have! Sadly, many months later (and many dollars later), I came to the conclusion that my children have different learning styles and the curriculum I bought was not the best fit for the children! What do you do in a situation like that? Go out and spend even more money on something you hope and pray will work?..... Ney, not I! I decided that the best thing for me to do would be to research the web and find some sites that might have things that I could use in my teachings. I had NO idea there would be so many different resources from me to pull from! To make life easier on you, I have compiled an extensive list of homeschool resources that I have found that I think may help some of you. The list is pretty extensive, so I will break the lists into parts and post as I can. Here's the first list:

http://oldfashioned education. com/index. html (free unit studies) (free audio books)
Well, these ought to get your feet wet. If you want to stay with the blog while you check out the links, right click on the link and open it in a new tab.
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