4. Project Gutenberg ~ Since I'm all about FREE, I love this site. You can download so many books here (in the public domain) for free. Recently we discovered some great composer biographies to download. If I find something I want to read with the kids, I always head to Project Gutenberg to see if we can get it free of charge!
3. NotebookingPages.com ~ A membership to Notebooking Pages is a wonderful investment in your homeschool! (There is currently a very good sale going on until this Friday, and there is also a Facebook party TONIGHT to unveil a very exciting new feature for members!)
What I love about Notebooking Pages is that whatever subject we are studying, I can go to this site and find printable notebooking pages to go along with the topic. This week we are delving further into Joan of Arc... guess what? I found a lovely set of notebooking pages... for both my seven and ten year olds. These pages are all so well done. I am excited that my children are creating beautiful notebooks that are keepsakes of their learning journeys!
What is YOUR favorite site for homeschooling?