Free (or almost free) Resources for Homeschoolers

Living within our 1 income budget ain't easy....but I am preaching to the choir on that I am sure...so I try to find as many FREE or almost FREE resources.  So I thought I would compile a list here and have everyone add to it as you find resources to share!  Breaking it up into websites, blogs and other. I know that there are thousands of homeschooling websites, cant list them all, but just ones I recommend.

Websites:
Planet Protectors Club (AWESOME for Earth Day coming up) This is a FREE resource from the EPA - age appropriate from preschool on up to highschool
Lego Education I can't say enough about this site. So many things to do here, you just need to hunt around.
Seussville  - Exploring the world of reading, Dr Seuss...lots of games, printables
CurrClick - they do have FREE lesson plans and units also have very inexpensive ones. I recommend signing up for their e-newsletter too.
The Homeschool Freebie of the Day - GREAT SITE!
Homeschool Free Stuff Newsletter - again...tons of stuff! (lots of history in this FREEBIE)
Lapbook Lessons - you need to sign up, but it's free - TONS of lapbook lessons
Easy Fun School - a lot of free stuff here!

Blogs:
Homeschool Creations - a TON of preschool activities, printables and lesson plans for your little one - I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this blog
Living Montessori Now - sign up for her newsletter and get your lessons emailed to you
Sun scholars - great crafting for kids homeschooling site
The Linton Academy - she has a lot of printables and lesson plans

Other Good Websites that I have bookmarked -but don't use all the time:

http://www.kidssoup.com (this costs $ 2.12 per month to be a member, they bill you 1 time for the year, well worth it)
http://crafts.kaboose.com/ (great for craft ideas)
http://www.first-school.ws/THEME/cp_bible.htm (great for bible coloring pages)


Please feel free to add some in the comments section to share!




Comments

Anonymous said…
Thank you for sharing these links!
There really are so many resources online, but sometimes finding them is a little tricky (for me, at least) I'm always grateful when someone posts links! Thanks!
Mary said…
Great post! www.superteacherworksheets.com is great too.
TheRockerMom said…
What a great list!! I'm honored that our little blog made your list.

I just posted a link to this post so that my readers may benefit, too. :)
Kylie said…
Fabulous...just shared on FB - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Our-Worldwide-Classroom/145093988867367
Jenny said…
Check out my blog post about a FREE President Timeline from C-SPAN Classroom.

http://www.housewifeandhomeschool.com/2011/04/i-love-free-stuff.html?showComment=1302690920150#c5210599111512597004
Jenny said…
I found a couple of new-to-me resources in your post! Thanks!

Thanks for inviting me to share my blog post on your blog!

Jenny
Tina said…
These are great! Thanks for sharing. :)

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