click on the title to go to the program’s page
This program is similar to ours and based in some of the same principles and research. However, it is one that parents can implement at home with or without the addition of extra help from a professional. This is a great option for parents that want to try to make changes on their own, or who want to use it in combination with tutoring to see faster results. They also have great resources for students with Dyslexia (reading) or Dyscalculia (math).
Teachers Pay Teachers Store (great place for parents to get resources too)
This is where we post our paid products. We will be developing our own online store, but for right now this is a great place to go to find our latest products. You can also check out all the other resources that other teachers put on here. The teachers get a percentage of all your purchases, so its a great way to support educators.
This website has great paid and free resources for leveled readings, phonics, and math. This link is going to send you to the main page for free worksheets. The documents listed for each grade are free. They also have options for you to purchase their fair priced Leveled Reading books (2-3 dollars each with at least 10 stories with questions), and other paid resources and programs for reading, math, writing, and phonics. I love that they have free options available, and that you can pick and choose if you decide to buy items from them as well.
This is a wonderful guideline of strategies to help with specific learning concerns in areas such as Attention, Math, Reading, and Writing. This is on the website for All Kinds of Minds, a revolutionary group started by Dr. Mel Levine that focuses on the 8 main neurodevelopmental functions. Many of their ideas are included in our own evaluations. Their program helps teachers to identify specific learning areas that students need help with. This particular resource is geared towards parents. Take a minute to explore the rest of their website as well.
Online NC Public School (they have it in other states too!)
Ready to give your child the benefits of homeschooling, but don’t feel that you have the background knowledge (or the time) to plan a curriculum and teach it yourself? They now have online public schools.
– Free like regular public school
– All classes still have a teacher. They use online virtual instruction
– More tailored to your student’s ability level. They can be placed at a higher level in the subjects they are most skilled at.
– Some self discipline is needed to complete assignments outside of school
– Communities of parents and kids for extracurricular activities.
Here is our top pick of online public school-Connections Academy
Address: 1923 Shaw Rd. Durham, NC 27704