If you or your children are looking for websites pertaining to a particular subject, need help with a research project, or are wanting a little downtime, look here for great educational websites full of free resources and fun online games. You can filter our links by choosing from the subjects below or on the menu on the right. Do you have a favorite website you'd like to share with other homeschoolers? Let us know!
Resources by Subject
Look here for helpful websites offering free Bible curriculum, crafts, printbles, and lesson plans. Here are links to websites offering free language lessons, activities, and interactive games for parents and students of all ages. Includes, Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Latin, and more. Most of the websites found under this section are primarily focused on physical geography—places, landforms, waterways, climate, and other aspects of Earth's physical features. When you are done looking here, click on over to our Social Studies/History links, as human geography—the study of people, cultures, social and environmental interactions, and political and economic issues—websites are included here. American Language arts encompasses reading (phonics, literature), writing (composition, grammar, usage, mechanics), speaking and listening, and the study of word origins and meanings (spelling, vocabulary). It is oftentimes referred to simply as grammar or English. The websites under this section primarily focus on grammar, usage, and mechanics. We have separate categories with resources for reading, spelling and vocabulary, and the writing process.
From worksheet generators to interactive activities and games, the websites here offer a variety of free math resources for parents and online fun for kids. You'll find resources for all skill levels, whether homeschooling pre-school, high school, or anywhere in between.
Performing arts include dance, music, theatre, and other arts forms whereby artists use their own body, face, and presence as a medium. Look here for websites designed to help students learn about and understand the many aspects of the performing arts.
Here you will find links to websites designed to help children at all reading levels. From nursery rhymes to literary guides, these resources and programs will help motivate and assist homeschoolers of all ages. Looking for lesson plans? Printables? There are resources here that help parents, too. But...don't forget about your #1 reading resource--your local library!
Look here for physical (matter, forces, energy), life (plants, animals), Earth, and space science websites. You'll find tons of free resources helpful for both homeschooling parents and students.
Social studies is the integrated study of the social sciences and humanities—history, geography, government, economics, politics, cultures, and religion, to name a few. Look here for websites providing resources to everything from prehistoric times and ancient history to modern history and current events.
Look here for free interactive websites that make practicing spelling and learning new words fun for kids of all ages. Many of these websites also provide parents with printable spelling lists and worksheets.
Visual arts include drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, and other art forms that are primarily visual in nature. Look here for websites designed to help students learn about and understand the many aspects of the visual arts through lessons and interactive online activities and games.
Need ideas? Looking for copywork? Learning the writing process? Look here for websites offering parents and students writing resources and instructional materials, free printable handwriting practice worksheets and copywork, interactive tools, and more.
Are you or your kids looking for information? Look here for a complilation of search engines, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other reference resources that have been designed just for kids. See our article for additional kid-friendly all-in-one search engines.