Free Curriculum Resources

Homeschool for Free @ AVirtuousWoman.org #homeschool

Homeschooling can cost as much or as little as you like. Free is always good, right? Here is a list of free resources that I have found to be very valuable. Curriculums: Homeschool Share Ambleside Online Old Fashioned Education Head of the Class Lesson Pathways All in One Homeschool  Supplements: Spelling City Education.com Kinder Printables File Folder Fun The Crafty Classroom Lapbook Lessons Learning Page

Workbox Lesson Planner

Free Printable #Workbox Lesson Planner @ AVirtuousWoman.org #homeschool

Summer has been flying by! We have had so much going on, that I haven’t had much time for the computer. My two oldest girls are at horse camp this week and my 19 year old son has decided to move in with my mom and dad for the time being. So… this week, it’s just me and my husband along with our two youngest

Back to Homeschool 2009 – 2010

It’s that time of year again. Time to decide what to learn this year…. I am very excited – I love buying the new books each year and making plans for our studies. I was very pleased with most of our curriculum choices from last year, so I will be using many of the same publishers and resources. We have been using Math U See.

Homeschool Freebie

Here is a sweet little Homeschool Weekly Calendar that I created just to share with you. I also added it to the sidebar under e-Books. Enjoy! This post may contain affiliate links. You can read my disclosure policy here.

LapBooks

I enjoy doing “Lapbooks” with my daughter Hannah. However, after having done two or three traditional lapbooks with the tri-fold, I just was not happy with it. Trying to store them was an irritant to me. Plus, I wanted to incorporate worksheets and notebooking in to the lesson. So, for me the answer was, what I call “Folder Books.” I’ll be talking more about those