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Old 02-28-2014, 03:59 AM
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I have to children, one will be in the 12th, the other in the 11th. My husband is laid off from work and I'm looking for any kind of FREE homeschooling websites.
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I hope this has links that will help, I see it has stuff listed by grade: Homeschool Freebies | Free Homeschool Deals

You do need to find out your state's homeschooling regulations, as each state has different requirements. You may find that info by googling, and/or by searching on HSLDA: Homeschooling Advocates since 1983

Best wishes for your family!
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Ps, you can gey TONS of free kindle books thru amazon...older, public domain books, as well as newer. But reading could cover history, science, and English. You don't have to own a kindle to download them--there is a free kindle app that can be downloaded to your computer.

Also, check out your library! You may find textbooks to check out! I live in a small town, and my rinky-dink library carries several different curriculum. Or if the libraries around you do book sales, you may find old highschool books you can buy for .25-$1. Check local missions, too.

If there is something specific you want the kids to learn, just google it. Say they need algebra 2, I would bet $ that you could find a textbook online, and problems for them to work! I JUST saw...maybe a wk or two ago, where all of MIT's classes are available for free....online, I believe. And not just them, but other colleges, as well--which means you could tailor classes from there for your kiddos....
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MIT OpenCourseWare | Free Online Course Materials. <----there's the MIT info...

Even better, here's their high school info! http://ocw.mit.edu/high-school/
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K12.

Free online public school. Hth

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K12.

Free online public school. Hth
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K12.

Free online public school. Hth
I'd like to add many states do have and support free online public school. It is VERY different than traditional school but your student will have lots of the same opportunities. Our DD12 is in her 2nd year with online public school, and our twins are traditional homeschooled.

A good place to start is Connexus Academy if your state offers online public school Connexus will be an option. We love it. Last year we were in NC Connections Academy this year SC Connections.

Connexus and Connections Academy are the same company.

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