This month we asked our team to share the top three internet resources they used in their special education homeschools. Here is what they send in and little about each site. Hopefully this list will provide you with some new homeschooling resources as well as ideas for planning homeschooling lessons.
To find free and affordable lessons you can use to extend concept instruction and remediation on just about any subject and any grade level.
A digital keyboarding program that teaches more than typing. This program also focuses on helping struggling learners with color coding, providing cross-curricular lessons, and responsible digital citizenship.
Access to free audiobooks and ebooks through your local public library.
Preschool through advanced placement high school free online curriculum that allows parents to pick and choose courses as well as track their student’s progress through a separate parent portal.
Animated online resources for teaching students general school subjects as well as SEL and ELL resources for students who need them.
Sign language taught by ASL professionals in a fun self-paced online environment.
A nonprofit that is dedicated to helping students with math achievement. They offer online activities to help students master their math facts and detailed parent tracking options for charting student progress.
Great maze activities to use in place, or in addition to, handwriting activities. This site also has great resources for strengthening your student’s visual tracking skills.
Great place to begin researching ideas for curriculum for basic knowledge on curriculum options before asking about personal experience with the curriculum in my SPED Strong Tribe or the SPED Homeschool Facebook Support Group.
Educational printables and encouraging blogs for parents (homeschooling or not) on how to teach their children.
Homeschooling blog with resources on LEGO teaching ideas, Classical Conversations, traditional curriculum products, and more.
Unit studies and lapbooks ideas for teaching elementary-aged students.