Homeschooling Web Sites

This is the official Web site of Practical Homeschooling magazine and The Big Book of Home Learning, by Mary Pride.

The Home School Legal Defense Association will let you know your rights and the legal issues and resources in your area. It also provides a calendar of curriculum fairs and events around the country. If you become a member, you?ll receive free legal advice and representation if needed.

Home Study International offers both individual courses and complete programs for homeschoolers from preschool through college.

You can actually enroll your child in this program and receive transcripts, etc. It is also a great resource for Christian books and teaching materials.

The National Home Education Research Institute disseminates facts about homeschooling, such as "homeschooling is the fastest-growing form of education" and "a nationwide study of 1,516 families revealed that home-educated students score, on average, at or above the 80th percentile in all areas on standardized achievement tests."

Under the heading "home school" you'll find a number of resources to build your curriculum.

A Beka is one of the main homeschooling curriculum providers.

Saxon is another big curriculum provider.

This site offers many resources, including the Bob Jones curriculum, which teaches Creation in its science courses.

This site offers resources to provide "literature-rich homeschooling." You'll also find articles about homeschooling, frequently asked questions, and homeschool forms.

Here you'll find extensive information about educator Romalda Spalding's effective way to teach reading, described in her book The Writing Road to Reading.

Many people love this system for teaching math.

You can find resources in categories as various as "science kits, courtship, geography, testing, games, and wedgits."

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