• 5 FREE Online Learning Sites


    Online learning doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg! Honest! All it takes is a little research to find free online learning sites! Here are my 5 favorites! Great to bookmark for those times you need a little something to fill in or supplement daily homeschool learning!

    • Vocabulary Spelling City - they have basic FREE membership
    • Khan Academy - great FREE online videos and tutorials on different subjects - we utilized it for MATH!
    • Printable Worksheets - looking for some worksheets for rainy days, sick days, etc. Yes, you have to print them out but they are great to have on hand.
    • Duolingo - FREE online foreign language. If your kids want to try French and hate it, it was FREE and they can try a different language!
    • Learning Games for Kids - Everything from typing/keyboarding to learning the States is available in fun gaming form.
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