This is a list of links to free homeschool planners, curricula or supplemental materials that are of interest to home educators. There are other free resources listed here on the website in specific categories, so be sure to check around the links on each page for other valuable money saving and FREE resources!
I regularly update the website and check links, but if you find a broken link or outdated resource before I do, please message me.
Request a free educational license to use Babbel at the link. Enhance your student’s language skills with Babbel the #1 selling language-learning app in the world. Developed based on a world-class didactic method, experts took the most effective educational strategies and combined them with state-of-the-art technology, creating a powerful curriculum that perfectly supports classroom instruction. Give it a try and see how it can help your students!
Start learning now in Hillsdale College’s free online course, “Winston Churchill and Statesmanship.” There is no cost to take the course and you can watch the lectures at your leisure. Enter you email address at the link to receive your first lesson via email.
Teaching with the Library of Congress has published many posts that show the impact of African Americans in a wide variety of arenas including the arts, sports, literature, and politics, with a particular focus on work to ensure equal rights for all - this link goes to a "Round-up" with many teaching articles & links to primary sources. FREE
Latta Nature Center always has great programs (some free & some have a small fee) available for home educated kids to benefit from - hiking, learning about reptiles and other animals. Check out their page on "Meetups" to see what is on the homeschool schedule that is FREE.
K-6 homeschoolers are welcome to enroll in the Pizza Hut BOOK IT! program - BOOK IT! runs every school year from October through March. The teacher sets a reading goal for each child; number of pages, number of books or number of minutes. Free program, free pizza.
Home school students who enroll in at least two online and/or on-campus RCS courses may participate in designated extracurricular activities provided by the Rockingham County Schools." - from RCS Board Policy Code: 4127
Here are some examples of the many opportunities available for your children.
RCS Virtual Academy (online courses)
RCS Extracurricular Activities
Battle of the Books Competitions
Academic Challenge Competitions
Band, Chorus, Theatre Programs
Robotics/ STEM Clubs
Summer Enrichment Programs
If you are interested in enrolling your children in any of our Rockingham County Schools' courses or programs, or would like to learn more, please contact Christy Barham, Director of Digital Learning, Professional Development & Media. She can be reached by EMAIL or phone 336.634.3209.
Various resources available to parents of young children. Hands-on toys & educational games, support and parent and child educational opportunities are all provided free. Some places allow use of their equipment (laminators, cri-cut machines, etc.) to homeschools - check your local listing here to see what they can do to help you homeschool.
FREE Admission except for special exhibits - Located at 2110 Blue Ridge Road in Raleigh NC 27067, the museum has a cafe' a park/outdoor art area and wonderful exhibits. For information visit the website or call (919) 839-6262