I posted on my Facebook wall earlier toady that I would post some free sites for home schooling and preschool. Now I know that there are probably MILLIONS of sites so you kind of have to be careful of what one you chose.
I have chosen my selections based on a few criteria:
1. Is it easy to navigate? If you get “lost” or the site has a lot of pop-ups then it was a no-go. Who wants to spend their time clicking on pop-ups all the time? Not me and I’m pretty certain you don’t either.
2. Is it actually FREE? There are sites that lure you in with “free” but once you read the fine print you realize “Hey, I have to pay! I thought it was free.”
3. Can you contact the site administrator(s) with questions or problems? Being able to do so without a big fuss is very important.
So without further ado here are some of my favorite sites:
For elementary and high schoolers:
http://oldfashionededucation.com/– one of my all time favorites! Great site.
For high schoolers and adults wanting to learn more:
Here are some other links that have printouts for home schooling, and getting organized (as if home schoolers are all perfectly organized!! Trust me not all home schooling families are like the Duggars! Not that Michelle and Jim Bob don’t strike me as decent folks. I mean they do have that killer ice cream sandwich cake recipe ☺)
This is a great site!! Melissa is a home schooling minister’s wife and mom to five kids, four grown-up step children and grandma to 12 grandchildren.
You can sign up to join us. I am a moderator so we do keep an eye out for spammers! We have all sorts of discussion groups like Work at Home Moms, Special Needs Children, Sister 31 Café (vegetarian recipes), Marriage Matters, etc.
Also as far as the household notebook, you can read about mine here at:
This will give you an overview of what mine looks like.
Until next time…
Oh and for those who are wondering, I will be 16 weeks on Sunday April 24th, 2011. We have our anatomy ultrasound scheduled for May 17th. I am still on restrictions but not as severe as before.
Below is a picture of the baby: