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My TOP 5 Favorite Early Learning Website Resources …
I use each source I suggest. I am not an affiliate for any of these sources, I just believe in the teaching philosophy and coursework. Click links or images to learn more.
This is an AMAZING resource is literally FILLED with tried / tested / hands-on resources made by teachers.
There are so many wonderful teachers on here. Each teacher offers a free download to view their quality of work. The coursework is averrable from Pre-school, K-12. Visit Teacherpayteachers.com My personal fav’s …
I love this website because it is filled with creative and inexpensive early learning ideas. Plus the creator, Lindsy has a complete yearly lesson plan! I’ve used this plan with my Little’s and helps keep me on track (free). Visit PreschoolAlphabet.blogspot.com
This website boasts literally bundles and bundles of free content from Pre-school, K-12. My personal favorite is her Mini Office Lapbook concept (see pictures) that you can create out of any learning lesson. Visit: HomeschoolCreations.net
Filled with links to great free content and coursework K-12.
Filled with amazing early learning resource printable bundles. Visit: OutstandingTeachers.com
I am a member (not an affiliate) and for my annual fee of $10 month annual fee pre-paid I get guided lessons, teacher plans, printable’s and progress reports. Coursework is available from Pre-school, K-12.
You can also have more than one child using the system simultaneously. Visit Educaiton.com
These are my favorites’s, but you can also find a full list of the top 25 rated homeschool or early educator websites listed at CircleOfMoms.com
TeachingTextbooks.com – Math for grades 7-12.
LessonPlanet.com – Core learning requirements and lesson plans plus coursework by teachers for K-12.
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