Looking for the best homeschool resources?
As a veteran homeschool mom, I’m asked all the time for my favorite home education resources or which are the top homeschool curriculums.
I’ve gathered up all my top homeschooling resources and homeschooling posts into this one article so that you can have all the information in one spot–quickly and easily!
And if you’re a first-time homeschooler who is wondering how to homeschool, my hope is that this post will give you everything you need to get started!
Wondering which are our favorite history curriculums? Want some great books on how to homeschool? Or maybe you need to know how to deal with everyday homeschool issues?
It’s all here! Let’s get started!
There are lots of ways to keep your homeschool organized (this post has some great ideas).
But really there’s no right or wrong way. Organize your homeschool in a way that makes your learning efficient and easy for you and your kids!
However, I would like to say that I highly recommend that you come up with a plan on how to organize all the wonderful school papers that your kids will be creating!
You know, those art projects and other awesome school memorabilia that you’ll want to keep for years to come?
I’ve found that a school memory box is the best way to keep school papers organized and easily store your children’s school memories for years to come.
I promise that making a school memory box is not scary! You can learn about my easy school memory box system called My Memory Box™ here.
Also check out these posts on homeschool organization:
Homeschool Lesson Planning
I’ve learned a lot over the years about how having an extremely rigid homeschool plan can really be detrimental to a child’s learning (and honestly, will drive you as a mom bonkers!).
Instead, I encourage you to discover your family’s homeschool learning rhythm as I’ve described in my book Plan to Be Flexible.
“Plan to Be Flexible: Designing a Homeschool Rhythm and Curriculum Plan That Works for Your Family” not only will give you a realistic way to guide your children’s learning, but it’s a real-world glimpse into my life (and frustrations) as a homeschool mom and what I’ve learned along the way that’s brought peace and freedom.
You can get Plan to Be Flexible here.
Other Posts About Homeschool Planning:
P.S. Is it back to school time and you need help getting your school organized? I wrote the “Back to School Survival Manual” with you in mind.
Check it out here.
Helpful Homeschool Books on How to Homeschool
The Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at Home (Fourth Edition)102 Top Picks for Homeschool CurriculumBooks Children Love (Revised Edition): A Guide to the Best Children’s LiteratureHomeschooling 101: A Guide to Getting Started.Educating the WholeHearted Child — Third Edition7 Tools for Cultivating Your Child’s PotentialFor the Children’s Sake: Foundations of Education for Home and SchoolHomeschooling Your Struggling LearnerProject-Based Homeschooling: Mentoring Self-Directed LearnersThe Unschooling Handbook : How to Use the Whole World As Your Child’s ClassroomThe Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas: 500+ Fun and Creative Learning Activities for Kids Ages 3-12 (Prima Home Learning Library)
Homeschool Curriculum and Homeschool Resources by Subject
Easy Free Way to Teach Homeschool Bible Lessons
I’ve taught my kids (and thousands of others all over the world) how to easily study the Bible using the a system I’ve developed called the 5Rs Bible Study Method.
Watch the video below to see me show you exactly how you can teach your kids how to study the Bible (no homeschool Bible curriculum required)!
Homeschool Curriculum Kindergarten & Preschool
Homeschool Burnout & Hard Homeschool Days
Other Homeschool Issues
What did you think? Do you agree with my choices for the best homeschooling resources here? What home education resources would you add to the list? I’d love to know in the comments below!