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Here’s An Entire List of Online Homeschool Curriculums You Can Sign Up For

There are so many different ways to make your homeschool work best for your family. For some people that is online. Online curriculum wasn’t something that we stuck with, but for many it is what works best for them.

If you are on the fence on which online schooling to go with, here is list of some online curriculums for you to check out!

Time4Learning is actually one that we used off and on for all of the kids at different stages. We really liked this one.

Time4Learning is a completely online curriculum. It covers grades preschool through high school! It’s month-to-month on a subscription.

Power Homeschool is not one that I have used for my girls, but I have heard some great things about it. For one, you can cover all grades with this one program, kindergarten through graduation. They also offer electives and technical school classes for high schoolers!

I absolutely love Outschool! Outschool is a fun way to learn online. Now, this isn’t a full K-12 curriculum which I actually like. We can use Outschool to pick and choose classes that our kids are interested in.

Great for ages 3yrs to 18yrs! Classes start at only $10 and a great way to supplement your homeschool.

Schoolhouse Teachers is another great online program. It is a full curriculum that covers from Preschool all the way through 12th Grade. Right now they have a great deal!

One price covers the entire family. This is a self-paced program and to be able to cover every grade level with one program at a discount price is amazing!

If you would like to stick with traditional type school by doing ‘school-at-home”, then you may want to check out K12. This program wasn’t right for my family, but that is because we have always homeschooled. But for families that are used to a traditional school, this may be the perfect fit.

With K12 you are working with teachers on a schedule. There are not the same freedoms available when using a program like this as there are in other actual homeschool programs.

I hope this helps you get started checking out online education options. Also, make sure you read about the different methods of homeschool and figure out what works best for your family. Also, make sure that you check out the homeschool laws and requirements for your state.

I also wrote about my favorite books for homeschool parents. I still use these books and have for many years.