You’ve made the decision to homeschool. What do you do next?
Home Education Laws & Legalities
Take the steps necessary to homeschool legally according to your regional laws. Look under “Region” in the “Homeschool Categories to your left to find your local homeschool laws and other supportive resources.
Home School Support Groups in Your City
Meet with other homeschool families in your area or with concerns similar to your own. Exchange tips and ideas with experienced homeschoolers.
Educational Field Trips
Some call it Autoschooling as we learn on the go, visiting historic sites, science and art museums, civic monuments, and more. Get outside and learn what your community has to offer.
Where Do I Start With Homeschooling?
Where to start looking for homeschooling information and advice.
Where do Homeschoolers Get Curriculum?
Curriculum related to our homeschooling topics are on each of our relevant home education pages. Design your own custom homeschooling program! Check our Curriculum Shopping section for advice, tips, and for homeschooling curriculum, games, books, and toys. Our Quickstart Curriculum gives you grade-by-grade suggestions for an inexpensive, basic curriculum to buy from Amazon or borrow from your public library.
Truly Free K12 Homeschooling
How to have a totally free K12 homeschool experience online and off.
Lesson Plans for Free
Websites that have structured lesson plans. Usually these have goals and objectives and meet state standards.
Free Homeschooling Curriculum Materials
You can build a curriculum for free or for very little or by borrowing.
Free Math Worksheets
Assign online or print out. All grade levels.
A sortable database for free curriculum online and off. Sort by age, topic, and specific terms.
Free Science Curriculum Materials
Borrow alternative dissection materials. Free multimedia materials and science topic books and posters.