Here are some of the resources I have utilized on my homeschooling journey thus far.
My favorite resource is the library. Before COVID we visited the library almost weekly. There is a wealth of information and resources at the library. Most of the books I assigned her were checked out from the library. Here are some of the books she has read thus far. Emphasis on ( SOME).
Coolnerds is a homeschool operation run by former teacher Rachel Jones. She has a wealth of information and insight into homeschooling. I also recommend her e-book; which is available on the website.
Home Life Academy is a cover school that supports homeschooling parents. It makes it easier to stay in regulation with the state mandated homeschooling requirements.
http://www.mymhea.org/ – Memphis-area Home Education Association is a membership based, Christian organization dedicated to serving home educators and students by providing support , encouragement and activities.
https://essentialsinwriting.com/ – Writing and Literature curriculum that involves minimal parental oversight.
Boyce Watkins: Black Millionaires of Tomorrow financial literacy studies
We are not using this one yet, but I have already purchased it and plan to incorporate it soon.
Jackie Brewton hosts webinars about relationship and decision making for teenage girls. Since she talks about sex and abstinence, I file this under the subject health and wellness.
Teachers Pay Teachers is one of my favorite websites. You can find resources on their from all subjects created by teachers.
https://thecordovatutorial.com/ : The Cordova Tutorial – We have used this organization for organized math, science and computer classes
https://horizonhomeschooling.com/ : Horizon Homeschooling ( formerly Community Homeschooling) We have used this organization for math and study skills classes
https://www.mrdmath.com/ Mr. D’s Math. We used this for structured math work in the summer. She is currently (summer 2020) enrolled in the 6 week Geometry readiness class.