Here are some homeschool resources that others may find helpful:
Homeschool Buyer’s Co-op – A place where homeschool parents can buy things together for cheaper. “The nation’s largest purchasing cooperative for families educating with a homeschool curriculum.” My mom paid for some of the resources below using this very site.
Home2teach – group courses with weekly chatroom lessons. if you want to learnt to write and write well, I really recommend these courses. Not for the faint of heart, however 😀 I took my last class two years ago, so it may have changed, but the rules can be quite strict depending on the teacher you get.
WriteGuide – one on one writing course. I didn’t find these very challenging, but if you need something to keep you practicing, this provides the instigating push to get you writing every day.
Thinkwell – various AP courses taught by college professors. I am currently taking Government and Physics. Very good, even entertaining; theses are some of the best online courses I have taken. Each lecture is followed by notes and a short quiz.
What Your *-Grader Needs to Know – series of books that show grade by grade what a student should learn. My parents used to use this for my curriculum. I highly recommend.
Keystone Academy – An online highschool. I know a girl who does this and she really likes it. Some cyberschoolers don’t consider themselves homeschoolers, others do. I personally think one should seize any possible chance to be a homeschooler!
That’s all for now!