A couple years ago I shared some free homeschool resources that we were using. A couple years later, those websites don’t really fit us anymore, they aren’t exclusively secular which is all we use now. I want to share those with you. These are some great secular homeschooling websites that I have found in my search for free online resources for homeschooling on a budget.
Secular Homeschooling Websites that are FREE
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Secular Multi-Subject Sites
Khan Academy – Students practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning.
Curriculum Pathway – Interactive, standards-based resources in the core disciplines.
NeoK12 – NeoK12 believes that kids learn best when they ‘see’ how things work, when, where, and why they happen. Watching educational videos and animations is a great way to learn.
CK12 – Was founded with the mission to enable everyone to learn in his or her own way. Also, assign CK-12 resources and see progress within your class on Google.
Cookie – child experts and educators design interactive online games for kids. Our learning games for kids help in building skills needed for success in school.
BBC Bitesize – You’ll find lessons in Maths, English, Science, History, Geography, and more throughout the school year.
Secular Language Arts
Vocabulary Spelling City – Build on classroom learning / improve school readiness. Encourage accountability & independent study when practicing spelling words.
Math in English – different name, but great options. They have games online, workbooks you can download, word problems, and more. Grades 1-6.
AAAMath – AAA Math features a comprehensive set of thousands of interactive arithmetic lessons.
MSNucleus – science MaTe Reference Curriculum can help schools and teachers use their research to see how to level materials at appropriate grade levels
Annenburg Learner – So many different resources here.
Chem4Kids – It’s not just for kids, it’s for everyone. If you are looking for basic chemistry help and information, stay on this site.
Young Scientist Club – Bring the science of everyday life into your classroom with these custom teacher resources that will keep your students entertained, engaged, and working towards exciting new science solutions.
Secular Social Studies
History is not secular. So I cannot say that you will not find religion in one or more of these sites.
Smithsonian’s History Explorer – LOVE this site. There are lessons are laid out, and it even gives you the estimated time it will take to cover.
Finding free, Canadian social studies websites is not easy. I’m still searching for those.
Resources changes and some sites may decide to start charging, I’ll try to keep this list updated with that information as well as add to this list.