We asked and you let us know! After an exciting process of nomination and voting by our amazing homeschool community, we are thrilled to announce our Back to Homeschool Curriculum Awards! We’ve pulled together the best of the best homeschool resources and you’ve chosen your favorites. Congrats to our winners in 100 categories! Drumroll, please…
We asked and you voted! We gave you the categories and you told us who your top 100 favorite homeschool curriculum providers were in each category. Thank you so much for participating! Below, you’ll find the results of YOUR votes. Be sure to check out any that interest you! Great Places to Purchase Homeschool Curriculum […]
Two words parents do not want to hear over the summer are “I’m bored!” The best way to tackle this head on is to have super fun summer activities ready to go! We’ve compiled our list of 101 Things into a version we know you’re going to love!
https://www.homeschool.com/articles/giftguide17/ Before you know it you’ll be looking up stuffing recipes and making Chanukah and Christmas lists. To help you with the latter, we’ve created our annual Gift Guide. We’ve included wonderful products you might want to share with your family and friends – or use yourself to begin the new year with a bang. […]
Homeschool.com’s newest list of 101 Things to Do This Summer is BACK! And guess what? This year, we turned to you in our Facebook group and asked you for some unique ideas. You answered our request and this year, we bring you 103 things for your kids to do this summer!
Summer and homeschooling – there are so many options. As many options as there are families! Because of this, Homeschool.com has published our Summer Resources Awards list – handpicked gems from companies that understand the importance of continued summer learning opportunities and experiences.
Homeschool.com is happy to announce our Top 100 Educational Websites for 2017. We’ve broken the Top 100 into categories, so you can easily find the resources that interest you. Really, whatever you’re looking for, we have it covered! We hope you enjoy the list – The Top 100 Educational Websites of 2017!
The Back to Homeschool season has come and gone, and you’re probably into your homeschool groove. Are you at the point where you’re considering additional curriculum and maybe fun supplements? Just in case you are, we’ve compiled a list of interesting homeschooling resources you might want to consider.
We’d like to share our FAVORITE FEBRUARY FREEBIES with You! Some are raffles (easy to enter), others are free trials, free subscriptions, free e-books, and more – and of course we’ve included current and sound homeschooling info and advice (because this information always comes in handy)!
Every year, Homeschool.com publishes the Top 100 Educational Websites. This list is informational, helpful, and a resource homeschoolers look forward to every year. We hope you enjoy the Top 100 Educational Websites of 2016!
Can you believe that summer is right around the corner? Summer – full of hot dog roasts, swim parties, fireworks, lightening bugs, family vacations, lazy mornings…and at some point, that spoken statement that almost all parents dread, “I’m bored”!In response to this age old conundrum (really, how can they be bored when there is so much fun to be had?), we’ve compiled a list of 101 ideas to keep your children’s minds and bodies busy during the summer months. Many are suitable for kids to complete on their own, some require parental permission and others can be completed as a family.
Every year, Homeschool.com publishes our Top 100 Educational Websites. It’s informational, helpful, and a resource homeschoolers look forward to receiving. Hope you enjoy our Top 100 Educational Websites for 2015!
Check out our current list HERE! Voting Results – Top Homeschooling Products and MORE for FREE email updates Send to a Friend During the last two weeks, Homeschool.com readers have voted for their Top Homeschooling Products Curriculum Websites Please take a moment to review the winning companies (listed alphabetically below)—as they’ve been named the best […]
Homeschool.com has compiled a list of 101 ideas to keep your children’s minds and bodies busy during the summer months. Many are suitable for kids to complete on their own, some require parental permission and others can be completed as a family.
Every year, Homeschool.com asks our readers to give their input in regards to their favorite homeschooling websites. We take this information, research the sites, and turn this raw information into a newsletter that we can share with our readers. We want to know, what websites are your go-to/can’t live without sites. Did you find new ones this year (many new ones made the list—one even made the Top Ten!)? Do you have particular reasons for liking a site (we included comments as well—as we know the more information you have, the better)? Here is our final product—we hope you enjoy our Top 100 Educational Websites for 2014!
Homeschool.com readers have voted and the following companies have been voted as Top Homeschooling Curriculum for 2013—and right in time for the back to (home) school season! Please take a moment to review the companies listed alphabetically below—after all, they’ve been named the best of the best! We’re sure you’ll see many you’d like to incorporate into your homeschooling efforts this year. There’s something for everyone—music, art, history, math, tutoring, life skills, and much, much, more.
We’re happy to announce, The Summer Freebie Extravaganza is a HUGE hit! As of today, many freebies are on the page, and many more are in the queue. The freebies include FREE trials, FREE year-long subscriptions, FREE Kindle e-books, FREE printables, FREE travel guides, FREE books, FREE downloads, plus so much MORE!
Summer – full of hot dog roasts, swim parties, fireworks, lightening bugs, family vacations, lazy mornings…and at some point, that spoken statement that almost all parents dread, “I’m bored”! In response to this age old conundrum (really, how can they be bored when there is so much fun to be had?), we’ve compiled a list of 101 ideas to keep your children’s minds and bodies busy during the summer months.
Every year, Homeschool.com asks our Product Testers to send us a list of their favorite educational websites. We take this information, research the sites, and turn this raw information into a newsletter that we can share with our readers. As always, most of the recommended sites are free–but a few commercial sites are spattered in as well–they are just too good to omit–and our readers did recommend them. Hope you enjoy our Top 100 Educational Websites for 2013!
The following have been selected as Homeschool.com’s Top Educational Gifts for 2012. They have been chosen by Homeschool.com staff and new this year–by our many Homeschool.com Product Testers. Thank you everyone for all of your input! Also new this year–a number of companies offered Homeschool.com readers discounts, and we’ve included a few Mom and Dad gifts–because we like gifts too!
Every January, Homeschool.com asks our Product Testers to send us a list of their favorite educational websites. We then compile the results into the Top 100 Educational Websites for the year. This year was an especially exciting year for two reasons. First, the response was overwhelming! Thank you so much. Second, many new sites were recommended! We sure hope you enjoy The Top 100 Educational Websites for 2012 (there are actually a few more than 100 – because you had so many GREAT recommendations)!
Homeschool.com has compiled a comprehensive list of websites that offer a wonderful selection of summertime activities for you and your family. Many sites, such as the art museums and astronomy sites, can provide stimulating projects each week for your whole family to embark on together, no matter where you’re living. Other activities are ideal for the home; while still others can easily dovetail with your summer travel plans.
Read Our Latest List Here: Top 100 Educational Websites for 2016 Selected by Homeschool.com January 12, 2011 Sign Me Up! for this newsletter Every January, Homeschool.com asks our Product Testers (we have over 9,000 Product Testers as of 2011) to send us a list of their favorite educational websites. We then compile the […]
Every year, Homeschool.com compiles a list of some of our favorite educational websites for you to enjoy in a convenient list you can keep handy. You can even share this list with your friends, family and support group. We asked our 8,500 Product Testers to send us a list of their favorite educational websites that they use most often. We had so many suggestions pour in that we’ve included over 100 sites this year. Many sites that made it on last year’s list are mentioned again this year. The top five sites for 2010 include
We live in a test-crazy world and for many homeschoolers, the test-taking season is upon us. Many of you know Pat Wyman, affectionately known as “America’s Most Trusted Learning Expert.” We have interviewed Pat several times as part of our homeschooling Teleconferences, so we thought we’d ask Pat if she had some easy-to-implement tips that could help homeschoolers do well on any state tests that they may be required to take.
Homeschool.com has compiled a list of the Top 100 Educational Websites of 2009, just for YOU! The Homeschool.com Product Testers sent us their favorite educational websites and we’ve compiled this wonderful list to help you with your homeschooling.
Now’s a good time to start planning for the summer vacation and the inevitable cries of “I’m bored” from children that really just need a few ideas to get them going. With just a little focus and structure students can be productive and yet still have a lot of fun!
Get the holiday season started with fun activities and some great opportunities to learn about familiar, and not-so-familiar, holiday traditions and history. Within many of the sites listed below are additional links with even more ideas to try. In addition to learning about traditions join in the festivities with links to recipes, crafts, cards, and music that give added richness to the holidays
As much as your kids will tell you they can’t wait for summer, the words “I’m bored,” inevitably cross their lips – sometimes sooner than you think! While children do enjoy the freedom that comes with the summer months, they still like to have a little structure to their fun