New Master Resource List for Homeschooling

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A few years ago I compiled a number of homeschooling resource links onto a single page of FiveJs.com. It served as a list of bookmarks of sorts, and I personally referred to it often. But I hadn't updated the list in ages, and some of the links were out of date.

So I spent several hours this weekend totally overhauling the resource page, updating links, and adding many new ones. If I've mentioned a resource in one my blog posts, I tried to add that link to the list. And I also added a number of additional links to resources that I have not blogged about before.

This resource list will never be complete since I'll be adding to it on a regular basis, but it already has dozens of links for online homeschool resources arranged by the following topics:

  • Basic Skills
  • Language Arts
  • Foreign Language
  • History
  • Civics & Government
  • Geography
  • Math
  • Science
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Bible
  • Music
  • Art
  • Worksheet Generators
  • Educational Online Games
  • Free Curriculum & Lesson Plans
  • Homeschool Record-Keeping & Organization
  • Scope & Sequence Resources
  • Homeschool Websites & Blogs

You can find my homeschool resource page here, or you can also get to it by clicking through the main menu on FiveJs.com at Resources > Master Resource List.

I'm hoping this page will be useful to homeschoolers as a place to find quality online resources for just about any subject.

If you know of a link that you'd like to suggest I add to the resource list, just let me know. I can't promise that I'll add it, but I'll definitely consider it.

 

 

 

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