Below you will find an ever expanding list of some of my very favorite homeschool resources. 🙂
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This is a (FREE) course I designed to help you discover the 7 fundamental steps to creating a natural and joyful education for your young child. Learn how to educate without imitating public schools. This course will show you how to facilitate learning without the constraints of pre-determined curriculum, testing, grade levels and compulsion. Make learning joyful and designed to complement your child’s natural learning process.
Although, I don’t completely agree with 100% of this book (which will be the case with nearly every resource I didn’t createt) it has some AMAZING content! It is FILLED with golden nuggets to guide you in your homeschooling journey. A MUST READ.
I am not sure I have ever wanted to highlight so much of a book! John Taylor Gatto offers amazing insight! I highly recommend it.
I love what this book has to say about the importance of free play and how educational it truly is.
Here is a great talk from a friend of mine about what the learning process can look like in your home. It is very inspiring!
This short video definitely changed the way I thought about education. It is a must-see.
How can I teach math without a textbook and curriculum? This website is an excellent list of resources about of how children can naturally learn mathematics in a compelling and meaningful way!
This link is the Instagram account of a friend of mine who documents her education journey through her Instagram account, #whatunschoolinglookslike. You get the chance to see great posts about organic learning.
This YouTube channel follows a family who educates their children by traveling the world (this is known as worldschooling). I found their video series, “Fantastic Family Friday” particularly worth while.
Duolingo is a great, free language learning website. Our family has used it in our Spanish study.
Magic Tree House audiobooks are huge in my home! We LOVE them! She has tons of this historical fiction that is entertaining and educational. Check it out!