Finding teach at home resources can be overwhelming, especially if you’re looking for offline curriculum or need to homeschool without internet. Here are 45 education resources and teaching from home resources for effective at-home learning, sorted by grade/level, whether you want to teach math from home, reading, STEM, preschool or high school!
HOW TO TEACH AT HOME
How can I help my child learn at home?
Teaching from home can be daunting, especially if you are new to it. Here are some effective teach at home tips to help your child learn at home:
- View your role more as a facilitator and leader than a “teacher.”
- Don’t try to recreate a traditional school environment at home.
- Spend time observing how your child best learns and then tailor learning to their style instead of trying to fit your child into learning.
- Ask your child what they would like to learn and then incorporate basic subjects into that topic (the unit study method).
- Don’t be afraid to change things that aren’t working.
- Be open to unconventional learning methods like board games, video games, and YouTube.
- Incorporate life skills to learn at home.
- Don’t be afraid to ask, “How can i help my child succeed in school?”
- Follow it with KISS (Keep It Simple, Silly).
Homeschool education resources are only limited by your imagination!
A parents role in education of their child is very important! Don’t forget that you set the tone for homeschooling and school at home. If you seem annoyed or irritated with home learning, your child will be too.
Do you need special skills for learning at home?
We’re excited to tell you that you really don’t need special skills for learning at home or even for teaching from home. You just need the ability to have a shift in mindset to a new way of learning and a willingness to make learning interesting.
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How can I learn at home for free?
The learning from home for free resources including:
- Use the library for all your books, audiobooks, movies and resources (even the internet!)
- Download free pdf books
- Watch YouTube How To videos
- Use parks for nature learning
- Take advantage of local free days at museums, zoos, and other businesses
- Use free homeschool curriculum
- Join local homeschool meet-ups that coordinate field trips
There are many free homeschool resources from preschool all the way through homeschool resources for high school!
Teach From Home Resources by Grade / Level
We compiled a list of homeschool resources for parents, homeschool curriculum and education books that are perfect to use without internet or if you need offline curriculum.
There are many best homeschool curriculum options out there, but don’t be afraid to mix-and-match books, workbooks, YouTube videos and more for your learning.
A big benefit of home school is that you can customize and adapt your school schedule and courses to your student’s learning style and your family’s needs.
If you’re wondering what to teach at home, this is a great place to start! These also make great school workbooks for summer if you want to get a head start on the next year or summer homeschool.
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Preschool Curriculum / Kindergarten Curriculum Ideas
Each time I see people asking for preschool worksheets or kindergarten curriculum, I cringe a little.
The truth is this:
At preschool and kindergarten ages, the majority of a day (if not all of the day) should be spent on play based learning and nature learning and not on sitting at a desk working on worksheets.
Here are some great preschool and kindergarten resources for play learning and nature learning:
If you’re really set on mixing in some preschool workbooks / kindergarten worksheets, try these:
First Grade Homeschool Curriculum Ideas
Second Grade Homeschool Curriculum Ideas
Third Grade Homeschool Curriculum Ideas
Fourth Grade Homeschool Curriculum Ideas
Fifth Grade Homeschool Curriculum Ideas
Sixth Grade Homeschool Curriculum Ideas
Middle School Homeschool Curriculum Ideas
High School Homeschool Curriculum Ideas
WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE TEACH AT HOME RESOURCES?