Homeschooling often requires less time than traditional schooling. This page is full of productive (and fun) recommendations for what to do with this extra time.
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- Educational Workbooks and Projects
- Make Learning Fun (Games and Toys)
- Activities and Hobbies
- Classic Novels
- Parent / Guardian Resources
Educational Workbooks and Projects
These supplemental workbooks are a quick and fun way to teach your student new skills!
Make Learning Fun
These games and toys will teach your students without feeling like work!
Younger kids can learn about counting, payments, addition, and subtraction while making change!
This is three games in one, and is meant help children and their guardians connect and learn about mindfulness. It’s also a good size for travel!
This game is simple enough for very young children, but is still fun even into adulthood. Students learn logic, problem solving, and thinking ahead. Available in both a 2-player version or a 4-player version.
This is a fun way to increase vocabulary and improve spelling, plus it can be played by all ages.
This game teaches accounting and personal financial planning. Not only is it fun, it teaches lessons that will improve your child’s life!
These are some of the most popular novels for middle and high-school students and are a great compliment to English courses.