We put together a list of our favorite blogs and websites to share with you. We know that you will love them just as much as we do. The blogs offer amazing advice, very helpful bloggers, free printables, help for new homeschooling parents, curriculum advice, and so much more. The websites are great tools for creating your own printables, notebooking pages,saving files, help with curriculum, and videos for your kids to watch to help understand the lesson. We encourage you to check out these blogs and websites.

  We are using allinonehomeschool.com for our curriculum for our son in kindergarten . As mentioned in our blog Free Curriculum. It is a free Christian based curriculum web site. They go through the curriculum day by day and let you know what supplies you need (if any), videos to watch, things you need to print off, bible lessons, and so much more. If you are looking for curriculum, please check them out.
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  Here are some of my favorite blogs. They offer great homeschooling tips, free printables, great advice and more. I visit these blogs on a regular basis. I can't believe how much I have learned from these few blogs. Much like my blog, they are here to help you save money.

moneysavingmom.com               freehomeschooldeals.com         

homeschoolcreations.net                                     simplelivingmama.com

Websites that I have found very useful for homeschooling and shouldn't be passed up. Some of these sites are great for creating your own printables and saving files. And, some of these sites are great for free ready to download printables.

If you like to do notebooking this website is for you! Tons of free printables when you become a member. They have every type of notebooking sets you could think of.

This website is amazing for free printables and downloads; free ebooks, notebooking pages, coloring pages, and so much more! They also have free clubs, live classes, lapbooks, etc.

The Homeschool Buyer Co-op is a free homeschooling organization for both new and veteran homeschoolers. Co-op membership is free and confidential, and entitles homeschooling families to GroupBuy discounts on high-quality curriculum. On the site you'll find lots of free information, such as databases of free curriculum, field trips, and educational contests and scholarships. Highly recommended. Click here for more information.
Homeschool Buyers Co-op
#1 Way to Save

This website is great for downloading files to, especially pdf files. It's convenient to be able to take files from your computer or online and drop them into dropbox.

This is a must have to create documents if you don't have an office program on your computer. You can use Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, OneNote Online, Calendar, use OneDrive, and Sway all in one convenient spot!

The last website we are sharing is...Youtube! Why? Because, there are so many amazing video's for your kiddo's to watch that pertain to the lesson plan for the day. ABC's, 123's, Math, Science, History, Geography, you name it, they have it! (tip: make sure to watch the video's first so you know what they are watching. Also, turn on the restricted mode, just in case they decide to browse on their own.)