On-line Resources for Homeschoolers
A to Z Home's Cool Homeschooling
Inclusive and Comprehensive Information, Resources and Communities for Homeschool Families Worldwide.
Gifted Homeschooling Forum
The Gifted Homeschoolers Forum (GHF) supports gifted homeschoolers in the United States and around the world through education, advocacy, community and support.
Great Websites for Kids
Extensive list of websites compiled by the American Library Association and organized by category.
Holt Growing Without Schooling
Information by and about John Holt, the father of Homeschooling, and Growing Without Schooling, the first magazine about homeschooling.
News and information on homeschooling news geared for Dads.
Learn in Freedom
The website shows you how to use your own initiative in learning to use schools and teachers just when they are helpful to you and voluntarily chosen by you. It has a special section on how to get started with learning in freedom.
Learning Is For Everyone
Learning is for Everyone, Inc. is a non-profit education resource organization empowering families and individuals with information and networking resources at all levels of learning, at all stages of life, on the web and off. Our goal is to support the Curiosity Driven Life, to help inspire the lifelong love of learning that we all need to live intentionally, meaningfully and successfully in the 21st century.
Life Without School
The Life Without School Community Blog is an on-line publication and blogging community with lots of great information.
No Excuse List
The best place on the web to learn anything, free.
Quality Resources for Elementary School Homeschooling
This resource page will serve as a great tool for finding some good, solid educational resources on a number of many important topics.
The Home School Mom
TheHomeSchoolMom is home to thousands of quality, hand-picked resources including homeschooling lesson plans, unit studies, software, webquests, websites and more.
World Book Typical Course of Study
World Book offers the results of ongoing research into curriculum requirements and standards. The typical course of study reflects general curriculum requirements across North America. The information is categorized by grade level and general skill type or discipline.