Saturday, 1 November 2014

What Websites We Use for Our Homeschooling Online (Colossians 3:2)


This blog post is not fully completed and is being updated all the time, so you can come back here in a few days time and see even more links!


'Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things.' Colossians 3:2 (NIV UK)
Today I thought that I would put lots of links on my post so that you can look at what we use for our homeschooling. I plan to tell you more about myself in the future, but just now I would like to introduce you to a lot of places on the internet that we use for homeschooling (and other stuff).
  • Everyclick - we use this website as our homepage, because if you sign up, every time you do an internet search, it donates around 1 pence to a charity of your choice. We are donating to Release International just now, I think.
  • BBC Bitesize - we use this for 'computer time' on Thursdays as an educational website full of games for all ages. Chosse from primary, secondary, and more grades!
  • Quest for Compassion - this is a Christian missionary game where you pick a travel buddy and travel around the world to complete tasks, games, and quizzes.
  • MakaziVille - run by the Duggar family of 21 in America, this educational game is set in a make-believe village named 'MakaziVille' in Tanzania. Complete games, watch videos, and do devotions to earn coins (no real money used) so that you can buy more things for your own version of the MakaziVille village.
  • Adventures in Odyssey - a website where you can listen to podcasts for free that teach life lessons with real-life examples. Also, you can buy Adventures in Odyssey on CD and MP3 (iTunes). This podcast is run by the well-known company Focus on the Family.
  • Brinkman Adventures - audio like Adventures in Odyssey except that you can only listen to one episode online - you have to buy the CD packs to listen to all the episodes.
  • Jonathan Park - another audio adventure series, but, just like the Brinkman Adventures, you can only listen to a few online; you have to buy the CD packs/MP3s.
  • Homeschooling Central - this website, run by Sheri Graham, is where you can find LOADS of different resources and information for homeschooling. It is an amazing place for links!
  • Perth and Tayside Homeschoolers - the website of the homeschooling meeting group  that we go to, called P.A.T.H. for short. My mum made this website; she did a really good job!
I hope you are able to use some of these websites to help your homeschooling!


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