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Home Schooling: Home

Free (or partially free) resources for homeschooling focusing on information for parents and resources for students.

   

Girl studying byJerrel Horn 2020 Copyright            Children playing by Chulu sakaz / CC BY-SA                                                                          Red schoolhouse by J. Phelan / CC BY-SA               Walking home by W.carter / CC BY-SA                                                 Manzanar students by Dorothea Lange 1942. Public Domain

Looking for information on how to start Home Schooling? Join a free webinar on Embarking on the Home School Journey: One Family's Joys and Challenges of Getting Started. The presenter, Simone Chin, will be discussing her family's experiences with home schooling for the past 4 years - both the good and the bad.

The webinar will be hosted at 10am on Thursday, September 3.

You are now Home Schooling!

Congratulations! You are now home Schooling - and that means lots of changes for you and your family. 

This guide of almost entirely free (with a few partially free) resources for home schooling focuses on information for parents and caregivers, plus resources for children. 

  • Hover your mouse over each topic for a short description of the topic.
  • Click on the hyperlink to go directly to the resource.
  • Each box is for a different topic, and tabs in the box relate to age and grade appropriate resources, or are broken down by some other criteria.

Alex Proimos from Sydney, Australia / CC BY 

Help us to help you

TeroVesalainen / CC BY-SA

If you would like to suggest a resource, please use this Suggestion Form or email jhorn5@fau.edu with a link to the relevant web page, subject area, and appropriate age group or grade(s).

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Subject Resource Specialist

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Jerrel Horn
Contact:
Access Services Library Specialist

S.E. Wimberly Library, LY 132

561-297-3762