I've compiled some of our family's favorite online educational resources below. There are links to sites that offer more free worksheets (as much as we'd like you to stay on our site) as well as online typing programs and educational games.
You will also find links to some of our affiliates that offer educational software, worksheet books, toys, games, homeschool curriculums, and more.
In addition to the freebies, you can also purchase in-depth workbooks covering math, reading, and handwriting. They also offer charts, calendars, and planners for educators and homeschooling parents.
They partner with St. David's Center for Child and Family Development which allows them to provide families with children on the autism spectrum with specialized help and tools.
Their blog is a great resource for parenting tips and inspirational stories of family life and school issues.
There are activities and e-books tailored for children from age 3-13. The program offers a 2 week trial period.
Our son absolutely loves it. He enjoys it so much that he has started teaching our oldest daughter (she's 5) how to type. And, to be fair, she does a pretty decent job for her age.
That's the good thing about the program. There are a few years age difference between the two kids and they both enjoy and have benefited from the program.
If there are any online educational resources that you'd like me to add, leave a comment below.
In the meantime, check out my most downloaded worksheets:
I've put together a list of educational resources that include links to more free work sheets, workbooks, home school curriculums, teacher resources, and learning toys.