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

Marissa ♥ 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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