Homeschool Resources

There are so many awesome resources out there to help make homeschooling even easier, and I’d love to share some of those with you! Below is a list of helpful resources I have found that I think might be useful for homeschooling families everywhere with students of all ages! There are resources for many different aspects of homeschooling, so feel free to look through the categories and use any you’d like!

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STEM Resources

IXL Monthly Subscription

If you’re looking for an awesome program that your student can use to practice the math skills that they need some extra help on, IXL is the perfect program! It tracks their progress, gives immediate feedback while they work, and has in depth explanations and video hints when students are stuck. They also have a very in depth and useful diagnostic assessment students can use to determine what skills they’ve mastered and where their gaps may be, and then IXL assigns recommended practice problems in the areas they need more work on. It’s personalized to your student, and gives you a very clear picture of their progress and mastery! Click the banner below to sign up for a 7 day free trial to check it out (only available in the US). Available for grades Pre-K through 12.

7 Day Free Trial

Code Wizards Coding Classes

If you have a student who likes coding or is interested in learning how to and you’re looking for a way for your student to learn how to code with an awesome, experienced teacher, check out Code Wizards online courses! Click the banner below to see what they offer and sign your student up!

STEM Subscription Boxes

If you’re looking for some fun STEM activities for your kids to do, sign up for this subscription and get a box sent to you every month with creative and fun science and art projects for kids age 3-10+. Each box has 4-6 projects to do with your kids!

Prodigy Math

Prodigy is a game based platform that helps students practice math in a fun gamified way. If you’re looking for fun ways to have your student practice the math they’re learning, check out Prodigy Math! There is a free version, or you can get a membership to access more features


BrainPop is a website that can be used to supplement your students’ learning in a fun way! They have engaging learning games, animated movies, and activities. And they cover many different topics for grades K-8! If you’re looking for a way to get your students more excited about learning, BrainPop could help! They have a homeschool version for up to 4 students, and they offer a 2 week free trial so you can test it out and see if it’s something you and your kids like! Click the banner below to check out BrainPop Homeschool!


AdaptedMind is another play based practice website that students can use to supplement their curriculum. They have lessons for Math and Reading in grades K-6. It starts by giving students a pretest to see what they know, then it adapts the problems it gives them as they go to match the correct level of difficulty for each student. It also emails parents progress reports on how students are doing so you can track their progress. They also offer a month long free trial, and their memberships are good for up to 5 children. Click the banner below to try it out!


If your students are looking to learn some interesting new skills or just looking for some fun extra curricular classes to take, here are some cool options for you to check out!

Life Skills

Check out this awesome FREE virtual life skills summer camp for kids age 5-18, where your student will learn new life skills, such as entrepreneurship, career readiness, finances, communication skills, cooking, organizing, screen wellness, and more, and be given a “mission” each day to put what they learn into action. Click the banner below to sign up today!

Cooking Class from Kids Cook Real Food

Creative Writing

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Creative Writing with Jonathan Rogers

Compass Classroom Subscription

Sign up for a subscription to any of the homeschool classes offered by Compass Classroom. Try one month free with the link below!

One Month Free

Academic Classes


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American History


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Flocabulary is a website that you can use to help your students learn vocabulary in many different subjects. It uses hip-hop videos and instructional activities to help promote literacy and spark creativity. They have a 30 day free trial you can use to check it out and see if you like it. So click the banner below to learn more about Flocabulary!

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Get the textbooks you need for at home or for your student who is on their way to college! At you can find new, used, and digital textbooks for up to 90% off! Click the banner below to start looking for textbooks today.

Free Resources

Homeschool Compass

If you’re looking for some supplemental resources on tons of different topics, including reading logs, calendars, nature studies, and more, Homeschool Compass has a ton of FREE printables to choose from! Click the banner below to check out what they have to offer!

Teachers Pay Teachers

You can find TONS of awesome free worksheets and activities for almost any topic you can think of for all ages at When you search for the topic you want, make sure you click the FREE button in the filters and you will only be shown the products that you can download for free. You can also buy lessons or bundles made by teachers, but I have found that there are plenty of really good free resources on there. Click the banner below to check it out!

For Parents

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