Homeschooling Resources on the Internet

1001 Periodic Table of Elements and Science Quiz Questions -- Over 1000 Science and Chemistry questions per grade level and topic for school, college, and university students.

A+ Math -- Computerized flash cards, math versions of Bingo and Concentration, and more.

Atlapedia -- a wonderful social studies and geography resource that includes world maps and statistics for countries around the world.

Culture Quest World Tour -- Kids can join Olivia Owl and Parsifal Penguin as they explore cultures around the world.

Dewey Decimal Classification -- Find out how the library's resources are organized. You can also check out this site designed by sixth graders to test your knowledge of the Dewey System.

Edhelper.com -- Over 10,000 lesson plans, worksheets, and daily educational news updates.

EduHound -- "Everything for education K-12: We tracked it down so you don't have to!"

Factmonster -- This kid's version of the popular "Information Please" almanac is fun to look at and has lots of good information.

F.A.I.T.H. Homeschool Group -- A support group for homeschooling families in the greater Fort Smith, Arkansas area including parts of eastern Oklahoma.

FunBrain -- Kids can play numerous educational games, from all subject areas, at this site.

High School Hub -- This is "a noncommercial gateway to excellent free online academic resources for high school students." There are subject guides to a variety of study areas; college information; and links to media, search engines, libraries, and high schools and their newspapers.

The History Place -- A well-designed site including features such as Photo of the Week, This Month in History, and Personal Histories, which are recollections of people who lived through different eras of history in the making.

Homeschool Yellow Pages -- Includes links to companies that sell homeschool curriculums and equipment.

Homeschooler's Curriculum Swap -- Exchange curriculums and ideas with other homeschooling parents. Also check out their links directory to other homeschooling-related sites.

Homeschooling at About.com -- A great resource that contains ideas about homeschooling, and homeschooling links organized into subjects such as Curriculum Sources, Homeschool Methods, Home Economics, Research Resources, Special Needs and much more.

KnowledgeRush Book Directory -- Get online access to hundreds of books that are no longer copyrighted, including American history documents, children's classics, Westerns, poetry, plays, classics, religion, and more. You can search by author or by title. A great resource for homeschooling!

Lives, the Biography Resource -- A collection of links to biography sites on the Web.

Math Worksheets -- You can easily create and print out your own math worksheets to supplement your child's lessons, with this well-done site.

Outline Maps -- A good source from Hougton Mifflin for outline maps of many continents and countries - great for social studies or geography projects!

RHL School -- Provides free worksheets you can print out for your children, on the topics of English, math, reading comprehension and research skills. During the school year, they publish a new worksheet every week. There are also forums for teachers and homeschoolers to share ideas.

School Express -- You can download free worksheets and educational software on lots of different topics. Warning! The site also contains numerous ads.

Science Lesson Plans and Resources -- Includes links to science lesson plans and resources for kids K-12.

States and Capitals -- This is a really neat site. Kids click on the state they are researching, and all sorts of information about the state (capital city, flag, state flower, state bird, etc.) is displayed. Links to other web sites that contain information about that state are also provided.

Today in History -- Use the Library of Congress website to find out what happened on this day in history.

Where is That? -- A fun and educational game for kids from Funbrain.com. Kids have to identify the highlighted portion of a map. You can choose skill level and also choose the map(s) you wish to use.

Who is That? -- Another fun game from Funbrain. This one asks kids to identify U.S. presidents and famous scientists by looking at a portrait and a few clues.

Yahoo's Homeschooling Links -- A good place to start your search for good homeschooling links.


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