Make Your Own Handwriting Worksheet
Dolch Word List Worksheets and Activities
Andy’s American History
A method of mnemonics to learn history.
Lower grades. Letters, Numbers, Shapes and Colors, Dot to Dot, Mazes, Coloring Pages, and Cut and Paste.
All kinds of charts to learn from. Chore, Education, Homeschool Schedules, Plant charts, and more.
Become a free member and access homeschool worksheets on the alphabet, calendar, time, measure, senses, money, and numbers!
From Basic Math through Calculus 3.
All types of math worksheets. Basic math, as well as fractions, decimals, and more. Some of this site is still under contruction, but worth a look!
Free Printable Worksheets:
From Kid’s Page Archive. Math, Science, Spelling, Geography, History, and more.
The Music Rack:
Free downloads for teachers of music!
Handwriting Worksheets: To help with
handwriting; printing and cursive.Baby Bird Productions
Geography, History, Language Arts, Mathematics, Reading, Spelling, Science.
Teacher’s Zine (Math & Language Arts)
Personal Education Press:
Create your own homeschooling worksheets. Reading, writing, math, geography, science, government, and more.
Geography, History, Science, Holidays, Animals, and more!
Subjects include Science, Phonics, Math, Handwriting, Social Studies, History, Language Arts, etc.
Free quality worksheets.
Free worksheet software!
Improving Education Inc:
Math VolumePills & Language Art Worksheets.
Sample worksheets from their publications.
Free Worksheets at BeginningReading.com
Math, writing, animals, social studies, activities. Even make your own. (Younger ages)
The Math Work Site
On-line math worksheet generator (K-3)
Neuroscience for Kids:
Worksheets and lessons all about the brain!
Understanding Algebra Worksheets
Free Printable Invitations : For study groups, support meetings, activities.
Teaching Time Although this program is not free, it appears to be a nice, inexpensive program to invest in.
Some Sites You Don’t Want to Miss!
From the History Channel, lesson plans and ideas that
correlate with programs you can view on the History Channel.
Search engines, referencesections, computer and
Internet, health and physical education. If
you can’t find it here, you can’t find it!
Educational Hotlists from the Franklin Institute:
Includes math, health weather science, history,
interactive things to do and more!
Surfing the Net with Kids:
Barbara J. Feldman, a syndicated newspaper columnist,
provides reviews of sites for kids and families. You will also
find topics on various subjects such as caves and caverns, space for kids,
geography games, world population and much more! Check it out!
Homework Spot Find the best K-12
homework resources organized by subject and
grade-level at HomeworkSpot.com.
A noncommercial interactive learning portal
to free educational games, puzzles, and quizzes for
elementary and middle school students.