- Puzzles to Print – Just what the name says. Crosswords, word search, mazes…
- Krazy Data – Printable puzzles mazes and more
- Create your own crossword puzzles
- Awesome America – Lots of information about the US and the states.
- Legends of America – Look for “Fun Facts & Trivia” for each state.
Youtube video series to explore
- National Geographic 101 videos
- Ted Ed
- Amoeba Sisters – Biology
- Jonathon Bird’s Blue World – Marine Biology, underwater cinematographer
- Homeschool Pop
- Curiosity Stream – Subscription based documentaries
Computer Science Curriculum for Homeschooling
This is the start of a curriculum for teaching children about computer science
How Computers Work
How the Internet Works
Learning to Program with Scratch
There is a great book for getting started, Coding For Beginners Using Scratch. The lessons in the book are accessible to children of almost all ages (I have used with ages 7 – 12). You do not need a special type of computer. All you need is a computer with a web browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari,…). The code is done through scratch and available at The Scratch Web Site. Just start at the beginning of the book, take a lesson each week, and before you know it, you and your children will be coding.