The Best Homeschooling Resources Online

Best Online Curriculums

Once you've made the decision to homeschool, one of your major decisions is which curriculum to use. Use this list as a springboard to find the resources that best fit your child. The last two websites on the list have Christian-themed content geared toward families interested in religious education.

Oak Meadow (Oakmeadow.com) - Oak Meadow's approach focuses on delivering academics for preschool through high school using imaginative, child-centered methods with a strong emphasis on the creative arts: drawing, painting, music, and handwork.

Moving Beyond the Page (movingbeyondthepage.com) - This curriculum offers packages with a focus on critical thinking and comprehension for ages 5 through 12. It takes into account the student's strengths and learning style, and delivers project-based instruction that meets or exceeds state and national standards.

k12 (k12.com) - For those who want to know that their kids are meeting state standards while still enjoying an individualized approach, this site offers a complete, integrated curriculum as well as online support and assessment tools.

Homeschool Reviews (homeschoolreviews.com) - Before spending money on a curriculum, it's helpful to hear from those who have used it. Sites like this one and cathyduffyreviews.com have extensive, unbiased information on hundreds of curriculum options.

Sonlight (sonlight.com) - These Christian publishers have created literature-based academic programs, building grade-level packages around a variety of historical themes, such as World or American History. They offer Instructor Guides for parent-teachers to accompany the book readings.

Classical Conversations (classicalconversations.com) - The curriculum on this site, started by a Christian community, is based on the Classical method of education, with the added benefit of group learning. Families using the materials meet together each week for study, enrichment, and socialization

Related Features:

Parents Are Talking

Add a Comment