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Debbie - posted on 01/28/2010
Hi there... try www.dltk-kids.com, and www.starfall.com. dltk has links to many of its free sister sites, all offering curriculum and such for all ages. For a small fee, you could also check out www.enchantedlearning.com... we love this site, costs very little for 12 months, gives you access to all on the site etc. Have fun!
Kerry - posted on 01/16/2010
THere's an awesome book called "Homeschool your Child For Free" that is available both at the library and for purchase at Barnes and Noble for 20.00. I checked it out from the library and found it so helpful that I purchased it to have it handy for reference. I have chosen not to purchase the expensive curriculums due to the fact I have three kids and it is just not in our budget to do so. Hope this book helps some. I know it did for me.
Paulette - posted on 12/31/2009
There are heaps of resources online, just google "free printable worksheets" or "math worksheets" or "preschool worksheets" etc. A good site for free homeschool stuff is www.homeschoolfreebieoftheday.com
Cheri - posted on 10/21/2009
I've tried twice to send you a reply to your message, however it's not sending for some reason. See what I wrote here above, on 9/13 answering Rachel. But try this link AssociatedContent.com/cmajors or the daily updates at Twitter.com/blondygirl1
God bless you and your precious family,
Cheri Majors, M.S.
Micki - posted on 10/21/2009
There are several that I have been using with my son; pbskids.org, starfall.com (these 1st two my son gets hands on experience with interactive play), education.com, and abcteach.com (have free printables). I saw the letteroftheweek one and I'm interested in trying that one out too! Have a great day and I hope this helps!
Cheri - posted on 09/13/2009
I've homeschooled 72 special needs foster kids, run a preschool (with a Master's Degree in ECE) and currently write short family-friendly articles (free curriculum) to help moms like us!
Topics include behavior solutions, arts & crafts, toddler's science & reading, healthy meal & snack recipes, safety, sports, holiday activities, etc.
Published at AssociatedContent.com search Cheri Majors, M.S.
or follow updates at Twitter.com/blondygirl1
I'd love your feedback, helpful?