Google can only go so far when you’re looking for supplementation and curriculum ideas as a homeschool parent. When you have a gifted or 2e kiddo, the selection process becomes even more difficult. An 8-year-old gifted child who is highly interested in history can easily soar to a high school level ability, and that presents it’s own social-emotional problems when looking for material that would be appropriate. Then there are the dollar signs that quickly add up when looking for creative and interesting ideas. Not to mention the fact that who has time to do all that looking?
Enter ClickSchooling.com with hand-picked resources that let you and your child take a virtual tour that explains how milk is made from cow to carton; get history period resources for ages 8-18; watch archeology videos; play interactive, fun, and challenging math games and logic puzzles; learn Mandarin Chinese basics—all for free. The people at ClickSchooling.com do all the research and give you reviews and information on what each recommended site offers. They, of course, recommend parents preview the sites, but they also include things that a parent would need to investigate properly like what entity supports the site and whether the information presented is accurate.
It’s free to sign up, and it will also include curriculum opportunities available on Homeschool Buyers Co-op, the sponsors of this daily newsletter. Find them at http://clickschooling.com