Here you will find links dedicated
to Curriculum and other teaching aids.
Full free online curriculum for ages 2-7. Secular.
This site provides free curriculum for grades K-12 and utilizes regular public school textbooks that are downloadable.
A free large selection of lessons covering the composition of the earth, world biomes, atmosphere and weather, environmental issues and more.
This site offers free high school courses. Subject specific areas and video content driven.
K-12. Secular online curriculum. Offers a wide variety of free classes/subjects.
K-12. Secular online curriculum.
Free K-8th grade online curriculum, complete with grading and assessments.
A great resource recommended for younger children (3rd and under). There‘s a book finder if you need help finding books about a certain subject, suggestions for integrating math into your everyday learning, to printables.
This site gives you a big variety of free lessons for motion, electricity, work and energy, astronomy, waves and sound, light and optics.
Read, Write, Think.org
Reading, writing, spelling and more. Free lesson plans, student interactives, mobile apps and more. The site allows you to search by grade level and skill.
Reading, Language Arts, Grammar K-6
Create a free account and gain access to 1000s of free online reading & language lessons.
Enter your spelling words and students can play a variety of free games using those words. I recommend joining to access the more challenging games for older students.
Free educational games, grades K-7.
Reading, math, and games geared towards grades K-2. Quite a bit of the site is free but to unlock all requires a yearly membership. Secular.
Teachers Pay Teachers.com
Need an assessment? A lesson plan? Or a cute holiday project? This site is full of sources from art, to math, to science lapbooks. You can search by grade, subject, etc. Resources are created by teachers for teachers. The site offers 10 daily freebies and you can earn redeemable points towards purchases when you leave reviews.
By far my favorite math curriculum. Start by printing the free online assessment to see what level you should purchase. For grades 3-12. The lessons can be taught using the text but the CD offers an interactive lesson/lecture that grades the lesson for you upon completion. It’s also great because the student can work at their own pace, pausing when necessary. So easy (and if you’re like me and don’t remember how to convert fractions, it allows you to follow along too). Secular.
One stop place to buy both secular and non-secular curriculum. They sell items individually or by-the-grade in bundles. Excellent place to review resources. They also carry games, science supplies, and more.