Angie from Muses of A Mom has created an amazing study on Astronomy. You should check out the rest of her site also.
This course, created by Amy of Plain and Not So Plain is designed to help you with the basics of the kitchen and lessons in simple cooking. It is designed with 16 units and over 60 hours of instruction both online and in lab work. It can be counted towards a half credit hour in home economics.
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill has Grammar and Spelling workbooks from K-Grade 6.
Do your kids love all things Star Wars? If so, it’s time to bring the Force to your homeschool through a George Lucas Unit Study.
Emily from Table Life Blog has created a Free Printable Pack. I can’t wait to go through this with my children.
Joy from The Five J’s has given me such great value all these years. I love the unique spin on this article, teaching journalism to teenagers. I have a daughter who would suit that profession. She’s so inquisitive.
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill has made their Grades 1-6 Social Study workbooks available. These are wonderful downloadable resources. I’ve used these in the past.
Educational podcasts are a wonderful way of homeschooling for free.
homeschooling-ideas.com has curated a wonderful list of educational content that is worth checking out.
Jamie Martin from SimpleHomeschool.net has compiled a thorough resource on introducing your children to Shakespeare. In her words “We study Shakespeare because of his incredible mastery of the English language (and the fact that he invented much of it!). He grows our vocabulary and helps us grasp and fall in love with the nuances of language. Additionally, his plays delve into the depths of human nature, allowing us to learn from the mistakes and successes of others.”