Supplement your study with blackline maps from Knowledge Quest Maps.
Go to the National Right to Read Foundation home page for all the information you’ll need on teaching your child to read. Reading support for the hearing-impaired can be found at the Alexander Graham Bell Association and also at Auditory Verbal International.
The Great Books Page has an index to e-texts (classics that you can download or read online), essays on using the great books, a discussion forum, and links. Also visit the Great Books and Classics page for additional links to e-texts and books not on the Great Books Page!
Visit Greathall Productions for Jim Weiss’s story tapes–great literature retold for children. Wonderful for elementary literature, especially the Shakespeare retellings.
Homeschool Math features plenty of free math resources, including a worksheet generator and an electronic math textbook.
We think Jackdaws — portfolios of original sources, from newspapers and posters to letters and declarations, for everything from the Black Death to the Korean War — are indispensable for the study of history. They’re also sold through Social Studies School Service; take a look at the U.S. and World History selections.
Rainbow Resource Center sells most of the books we recommend –plus a whole lot more. And all at a discount!
Cobblestone Publishing produces nonfiction magazines for social studies and science; their site also has free teacher’s guides and downloadable activities.
Debra Bell’s Home School Resource Center sells parent-tested resources.
Critical Thinking Press sells books that cover logic and critical thinking across the curriculum.
Want memory aids? Visit Audiomemory for music tapes: songs to help with math facts, history, geography and more.
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