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Homeschooling Parents: What Are The Top Facilitation Or Curriculum Tools You Look For Online?

From Our Forum a Reader Asks:

I'm putting together a support website for parents, teachers and homeschoolers. Details would be great. What are your most difficult areas in facilitating the children's learning? What do you believe to be the most important areas? Do you work with other families or homeschooling communities? How many kids in your learning group. What are the ages of the children? Etc. Thanks for the help!

2 comments to Homeschooling Parents: What Are The Top Facilitation Or Curriculum Tools You Look For Online?

  • Mawyemse

    When I go online to look for groups of people with homeschooling I want to know that they have places I can go and look for not only elementary and preschool things but middle school and high school. I like a wide variety of information. Math, english, history, and science is fine but what about all the other things you should be teaching? Age appropriateness is very important too. I homeschool my 15 year old daughter, my 4 year old and three year old sons, and will be teaching my other son who is one right now. He is with us when we teach things so he may be learning already and we just don’t know it yet. We don’t have a homeschool group around here that is for older kids as well as younger kids.

  • Kryistin

    I find that the one area most lacking for homeschoolers across the board is support, websites, and teaching materials for the upper grades (above 6th grade).
    When I look online for a teaching tool, I am seeking free worksheets with answer keys, as my girls adore worksheets, and it is not in my budget to but them more than 3 workbooks on each subject every month (and they would have me do it if I let them)

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