UPDATE NOTE: Many of the links on the (now defunct) AOL-based page are no longer valid, or have new owners and new purposes, including a few that were rather inappropriate. Those links have been removed. All of the following links were validated on 1 December 2009.
- apricotpie.com by Ben Kniaz - Features writing by homeschoolers, apricot recipes, a message board, and chat.
- Babbage Net School is an online highschool.
- The Homeschooling Homepage by Jerome Graham - Employing what is referred to as the Quintivium: The Integration of Inquiry style of education this site is a multitude of links to a huge variety of subjects in art, mathematics, and science. Links in chemistry, engineering, biology, and logic are diverse and name only a few of the areas covered.
- Kaleidoscopes For Kids and Home Education Enthusiasts! by Cindy Johns - A nice site with discussion boards on many subjects from helping the novice homeschooler to selecting appropriate materials. It includes a kid's page of nice links too.
- Learn in Freedom! by Karl Bunday is an easy site to navigate with recommended books, guides, articles to read, and some great information about learning a second language.
- The Nabrit Family Adventure is a homeschooling African American family. This site discusses some of the discoveries they have made through this experience.
- Official US State home pages have information about the state laws on home education and record keeping requirements.
Links Concerning Disabilities
- SERI Special Education Resources on the Internet by Roseann Horner is a helpful index of resources for teachers, parents, and families about special education and its many faceted challenges. This site is divided into many sections such as vision impairment, autism, and inclusion resources which offer a variety of links to helpful organizations, programs, encouragement, and ideas.
- ABCs of Parenting by Parenthood.com - this site is an index of a variety of information from education and pregnancy to shopping and humor. Each section is loaded with links. There are also resources on subjects such as recalls, baby names, recipes, and more.
- Safety Awareness and Family Education Network This has a section for kids including coloring pages to print and a section for parents.
Teaching And Education
- The Creative Teaching Site by Robert Morgan has many ideas under the three main headings of teaching style, creative teaching, and teaching ideas. If you are looking for philosophy, techniques, or projects this is a nice site to check out.
- DLTK's Crafts for Kids Educational Activities - This site has nice, printable activities for young children which teach the letters of the alphabet, scissor skills, money skills, crafts, science activities, and more.
- AskERIC Educational Resources Information Center - a federally funded national information system covering a broad range of education related issues.
- DiscoverySchool.com has sections for parents, teachers, and students to explore. Lesson plans can be searched by both subject and grade level.
- Tina's French Cafe - This site has work, quizzes, links, and other information available to help homeschooling families teach French to their children.
- United Nations Cyberschoolbus - This site has games, curriculum, and information about the history and work of the United Nations.
- Website of Snaith Primary School - This site has lots of information about history, such as ancient egypt and the vikings, to tales, legends, science about garden animals and insects, and links to educational sites and ideas for teachers.
The US States - Official Home Pages have information about state laws..