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    Wild Kratts App Teaches Young Children How to Care for Animals

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Pumpkin Math

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  • terrilynnmerritts

    Don’t forget Mary Pride’s Practical Homeschooling Magazine. This is a terribly short list. I can name thousands more resources and sites. I have used The Well-Trained Mind and it is excellent. 

  • tonya

    Could someone send me a list of homeschool programs in AL. I’m on a low income basis, but my daughter is doing HORRIBLE in the small town school that she is in. I need some place affordable, but very educational. Thank you.

    • tonya

      She is also special needs and has anxiety disorder. I have come to realize that there are very few teachers that want to “deal” with these children. She is bullied on a daily basis and nothing is being done. Please help. :(

  • Gail Nelson

    If you’re looking for a new homeschool magazine that also has something for the kids, I publish Learning Tangent Homeschool Magazine. We started receiving enough kids’ submissions to create a mini-mag in the middle of the main one. So really, it’s almost two in one.

  • Sarah Egan

    GoConqr is a free social learning platform with tools including mind maps, flashcards, notes and quizzes, online study groups and mobile apps. You can create your own content or browse our user generated content library.

  • Marguerite Pollard

    Atelier is the home schoolers Arts Attack (award winning Art program), it is affordable and an excellent program.

  • Marguerite Pollard

    BBC Muzzy online language learning is a great way to teach foreign languages. It can be used as early as 2 years old as there are tons of non-reader activities. Languages on Muzzy are: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Korean, & Mandarin Chinese, you don’t have to choose a language, they are all a part of the program – and only $89 per year / there are activities, games, songs and a really fun story line. Check it out at!

  • Michael Huber

    If you are interested in computer programming, try – there are puzzles, games and short tutorials.

  • Steve Wheeler

    Looking for a homeschooled sports team? Cincinnati Trailblazers is your answer!

    The Cincinnati Trailblazers is a homeschool basketball program dedicated to excellence in athletics to the Glory of God. The Trailblazers program provides competitive basketball for players looking to improve their skills and compete at a high level. We play against great competition including homeschool teams, OHSAA teams, and public and private schools in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. The varsity girls are part of the Great Lakes Conference and participate in the NCHBC Regional and National tournaments. Our varsity boys are a part of the Midwest Conference and participate in the NCHBC tournaments as well.

    The Trailblazers offer teams for younger boys and girls as well. Currently, there are teams at the Varsity, Junior Varsity, Freshman, and Junior High levels.
    For more information about the Cincinnati Trailblazer basketball program visit: or contact the Athletic Director; Julie Strasser at:

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