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General Resources

These resource pages cover general homeschooling issues (like finding a support group or looking up homeschool laws in your state) as well as some fun ideas that will inspire your homeschool creativity!

General Support
Finding Homeschool Support Groups
Homeschool Legal Support
Organizing and Planning for Homeschool
Standardized Testing Support
Great Reference Resources
Money Saving Resources
Fun & Free Homeschool Resources
Academic Competitions, Contests, & Events

Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, & More

These pages are full of resources designed to assist you in teaching your child the basics.

Reading & Phonics Resources
Writing Resources
Math Resources & Curriculum
Science Resources
Science Projects
History Resources
Art Resources
Craft Recipes
Art History
Languages Resources
Sign Language
Computer & Software Resources

Special Needs Resources

These resource pages provide information on homeschooling your special needs child.

Learning Difficulties Resources

Gifted Children Resources

These resource pages provide information on homeschooling your gifted child.

Gifted Children Resources

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General Resources

General Homeschool Resources: Support in All Shapes and Sizes!

General Support :

Answers to Objections to Homeschooling – Use this site when you need to refresh your memory of why you homeschool!

Reasons to Homeschool – Looking for a list of reasons to homeschool your children? Here are 55!

Finding Homeschool Support Groups:

The Homeschool Social Register - This site helps you find support groups and fellow homeschoolers in your area.

Homeschool Central - Locate support groups by state.

Learning for Life - This site will help you find support groups as well as homeschool & private school organizations..

Teach at Home - Click here to find to local or on-line support groups.

Home-Ed Magazine - Click on your state, find a group!

Homeschool Legal Support:

Home School Legal Defense Association – A great resource for all your legal needs!

National Home Education Network – Here is another helpful legal site.

Organizing and Planning for Homeschool:

Donna Young – Donna Young offers a collection of printable homeschool planning sheets as well as printable worksheets for your child’s education.

Standardized Testing Support:

Super Kids – This site provides SAT help plus reviews of SAT software.

Great Reference Resources:

Library Spot – Check them out! They have tons of info, stats, facts, etc.

Reference Desk – This is an online fact and research center

Great Supportive Books:

Home Learning Year by Year: How to Design a Homeschool Curriculum from Preschool through High School

The First Year of Homeschooling Your Child: Your Complete Guide to Getting Off to the Right Start

Homeschooling Almanac, 2002-2003: How to Start, What to Do, Where to Go, Who to Call, Web Sites, Products, Catalogs, Teaching Supplies, Support Groups, Conferences, and More!

The Complete Home Learning Source Book: The Essential Resource Guide for Homeschoolers, Parents, and Educators Covering Every Subject from Arithmetic to Zoology

Worldwide Guide to Homeschooling, 2004-2005: Facts and Stats on the Benefits of Home School

Homeschool Your Child For Free: More Than 1,200 Smart, Effective, and Practical Resources for Home Education on the Internet and Beyond

The Home School Organizer

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Money Saving Resources

Helpful Websites:

Homeschool Talk & Swap – A great place to find cheap materials as well as a great place to get rid of your old materials!

School Express – Here are over 6000 free worksheets plus some downloads to help cut those curriculum costs.

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence – This site offers over 3900 free online resources that are great for homeschoolers. This site starts with an advanced search so you can really narrow down what you want.

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Fun & Free Homeschool Resources

Fun Websites Full Of Freebies!

A Kid’s Heart – A Kid’s Heart offers teacher support, clip art, fun ideas, games, and more.

Seattle’s Child – This site teaches you how to grow a secret garden for your child!

The Toy Maker – This site is dedicated to paper toys. They are printable, colorful, and free! Great for developing small motor skills and fun for a rainy day!

Black Dog – This is a great site for kids. Lots of fun stuff to do!

All About Coloring – Here are free coloring pages!

Waikiki Aquarium – Visit this site for a virtual tour of the Waikiki Aquarium. This is great for children interested in marine biology or who just need a break from daily activities!

Martial Arts Websites – This is a list of websites teaching martial arts. Click through to find a location in your area.

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Academic Competitions, Contests, & Events

Academic Competitions:

Achievement Awards in Writing – Here is a high school creative writing competition.

Geography Bee - The National Geographic Society prepares materials especially for this National Geographic Bee. Thousands of schools participate in this annual competition.

Intel Science Talent Search – This is one of the most respected science competitions in the nation. This is for the serious high school student, who is dedicated to their research.

The Knowledge Master Open – This is a challenging, low-cost academic competition in which teams of students compete, nationally and internationally, without leaving home.

Math League Press - The Math League specializes in math contests, books, and computer software designed to stimulate interest and confidence in mathematics for students from the 4th grade through high school.

Odyssey of the Mind – Free creative problem-solving activities. Kids apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics.

Promising Young Writers Program – This is a writing competition for 8th graders.

Scripps National Spelling Bee – This is a spelling competition for children under 16.

USA Mathematical Talent Search – This is a free math competition open to all United States high school students.

Coloring Contests:

Free Kids Coloring Contest - Choose your own picture, mail it in, and you may be the lucky grand prize winner of 100 Chuck E. Cheese tokens!!  Three different age categories from preschool to upper elementary

Drawing Contests:

Free Kids Drawing Contest - From preschool to upper elementary, send in your drawings for your chance to win 100 Chuck E. Cheese tokens!!

Writing Contests:

Mystery Writing Contest – This contest is for teens.  Write a mystery story and have the chance to win a publishing contract with a $10,000 cash advance.

Children's Writing Contest Ages 7-18. – Winners will receive a $25.00 toy store gift card!


Homeschooling Conferences by State – This site lists conferences and events by state with details on content and registration information.

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Reading Writing, Arithmetic, & More

Reading & Phonics Resources

Helpful & Free Reading Websites:

Star Fall – This is a fun learn-to-read site.

Super Kids – This site will help build your child’s vocabulary.

American Reads Challenge – The U.S. Department of Education has free materials to keep more children reading after-school.

Easy & Fun Books to Help You Teach Your Child to Read:

We’ve compiled a list of the best books and videos to help you teach your child to read. Each title links to where you can read a description and purchase the product.

Teach Your Child To Read In 100 Easy Lessons

The ABC’s and All Their Tricks

Alpha-Phonics: A Primer for Beginning Readers

At Last - A Reading Method for Every Child

Bob Books

First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind

Home Start in Reading

How to Read a Book

McGuffey’s Eclectic Readers/Boxed

Modern Curriculum Press Phonics

Phonics Pathways

The Reading Lesson

Reading Rescue 1-2-3: Raise Your Child’s Reading Level 2 Grades Through This Simple 3-Step Program

Reading Smart Junior: Becoming a Star Reader

Strong Start in Language: Grades K-3

Teach Your Child to Read in 100 Easy Lessons

The Writing Road to Reading: The Spalding Method of Phonics for Teaching Speech, Writing and Reading

Informative Videos:

Sound It Out Land Phonics 1, 2, & 3

Sounds of Letters

Reading Level Assesment

Test 4 Free - This test will assess your phonics skills and reading comprehension level. Applicable for grades 2 through 10 reading levels.

Let's Go Learn - A professional online reading assesment for $20.00.

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Writing Resources

Helpful Websites:

Starfall Books – Starfall Books offers short books that help with phonics and reading readiness. The books cost around $2.00 each and they offer free book journals that accompany them.

Write at Home – Write at Home offers quarterly, semester, and year-long writing classes for students in grades 6-12. It is a thorough, personalized writing development program that can be easily incorporated into any homeschooling schedule.

Learn 2 Type - This site has FREE typing testing and activities that automatically adjust to your skill level. It also has printable awards that your children can earn. Good fun!


Sonlight Handwriting Curriculum - Sonlight offers three prize-winning programs: the Scripture-oriented, traditional handwriting program called A Reason for Handwriting; the Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting program; or the innovative, developmentally-oriented Handwriting Without Tears.

Handwriting Help for Kids - "Hands-On" handwriting products for teachers, homeschoolers, and parents.

Jan Brett's Alphabet Line Bulletin Board Set - Jan has such a charming set of alphabet posters, you'll want them to decorate your room. They are in traditional, cursive, and modern manuscript.

Coaching Ergonomics - The Position Skills - Excellent page, with animated illustrations to help a right handed tutor understand how to instruct a young left handed person.

The Left-Handed Child in a Right-Handed World - Read this article for tips on how to figure out if a child is left handed and how to teach them how to write.

A Common Sense Approach to the Teaching of Handwriting - Need help teaching a dyslexic child to write? Check out this site for some good foundational ideas.

Accommodations and Modifications for Students with Handwriting Problems and/or Dysgraphia - Does your child have dysgraphia limiting his or her ability to learn? Read this article to find out more.

Addressing Envelopes Practice - Print out these envelopes and stamps to use to practice addressing and stamping envelopes correctly.

The Amazing - Incredible Handwriting Worksheet Maker - Allows you to formulate a worksheet with your child's name or a short sentence in any of 5 fonts; manuscript or italic.

Callirobics - What an innovative idea! Practice handwriting exercises to music to improve small-muscle skills and eye-hand coordination. Good for aural learners, too.

Leona's ABC's - Watch the animations on this site. When you're ready to try it yourself, print out this page and draw on top of the letter to practice writing it! Then choose another letter from the list.

D'Nealian Alphabet - Print out these worksheets to practice this alphabet. You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Getty-Dubay Italic Handwriting - Sample worksheets in Acrobat format with information on ordering the whole series.

Handwriting Worksheets - Some pretty basic worksheets for beginning printers. One in Zaner Bloser font.

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Math Resources and Curriculum

I feel that math is so important that you shoud only use the best; unfortunately, complete curriculums in most cases don’t include the best. No matter your curriculum choice, Supplement the Math!

Math Curriculum Available to Purchase:

Professor B's Mathematics - This math curriculum had such high reviews that I couldn’t find a single homeschooler who didn’t LOVE it! This is my #1 choice for math curriculum.

Saxon Math– Saxon Math is a traditional system that has been used by too many homeschoolers to count! Check out the link for more info!

Math-U-See – This company sells great math curriculum.

Times Tales – Is your child having trouble with multiplication? Check out this site to see if the "Times Tales" system is right for you.

Websites Full Of Free Math Stuff!

School Express – This site will develop your child’s math skills. Free worksheets!

A+ Math – This site offers flash cards, math games, a homework helper, math worksheets, and more.

Super Kids - Use this site to create math worksheets.

Math League Press - The Math League specializes in math contests, books, and computer software designed to stimulate interest and confidence in mathematics for students from the 4th grade through high school.

Shiller Math – This site offers Montessori math help.

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Science Resources

Websites Full Of Free Science Stuff!

The Virtual Body – This is the most complete and user friendly anatomy site on the internet right now. It has great images, virtual tours, and even a game where you can organize the different organs of your digestive system.

Inner Body – This site offers complete illustrations of the human anatomy in a way that makes it fun for all ages.

Frog Guts – A Great realistic and step by step dissection for all types of animals: frogs, squids, crayfish, perch, owl pellet, star fish, earthworms, cow eye, rat, and a pig. No directions needed just follow the instructions and you'll be dissecting.


NASA VHS Tapes – Did you know that NASA offers free copies of their educational tapes? Check it out!

Star Child – A fun interactive learning center for young astronomers.

Space Art Through the Ages – Fun art projects based on your child’s knowledge of space. This site also offers lessons discussing how past artists have interpreted space.

Space Place – Click here for great games, projects, lessons, & crafts about space!

Eyes on the Sky, Feet on the Ground – This site offers a detailed workbook for you and your kids. Read the book then try the activities and experiments at home. Full of lots of ideas and lots of learning.

From Stargazers to Starships – This is a free, in-depth, high school level astronomy text book available on-line.

Bad Astronomy – Interesting for kids and adults. This site debunks old astronomy conspiracy theories and hoaxes. Ever wondered if we really landed on the moon? Is that asteroid really heading for earth? And what about Planet X? Click here to find out!

Amazing Space – This site offers tons of fun games and educational activities about outer space.

StarDate Radio – Listen to radio programs about space. You can listen to today’s show or search the archives.

Making a Simple Astrolabe – Learn how to make and use a simple astrolabe, a device used for measuring altitude, including the height of objects in the sky.

Sky Watch – This is Discovery Channel’s astronomy site for kids. Lots of info on stars and constellations.

Astronomy for Kids – Looking for sky charts and information on constellations? This is a great site for star gazers.

Imagine the Universe – An on-line astronomy journal for kids!

Science Explained – Four monthly astronomy lessons, designed primarily for teens.

NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day – This is a fun site for those that live to look at pictures of our galaxy. New picture everyday!

SETI – The official site for SETI (Search for Extra Terrestial Intelligence). This site includes lots of articles, fun games, and even access to their radio network.

MacAstronomica 2.0.2 – This is Mac Classic & OS X Shareware, $20. MacAstronomica lets you see the stars and planets that are visible to the naked eye from any point on Earth, at any time. It also lets you see galaxies, nebulas, shooting stars, the Milky Way and much more.

Stella 2000 6.00 – This is Windows Shareware, $49. It's a complete astronomy suite that will give you an up-close look at our solar system and beyond.


Waikiki Aquarium – Visit this site for a virtual tour of the Waikiki Aquarium. This is great for children interested in marine biology!


Wonder Net - This website, sponsored by the American Chemical Society, has a selection of over 30 science experiments that you can do at home!

Cavalcade Publishing - If you're looking for free labs, worksheets, handouts, and the like, this is the site to go to.

Science Projects

Electronic Slide Show – Great colorful Elementary Science based printable resources

Paper Plate Education – What can’t you do with a paper plate in the name of education? This site will show you dozens of fun learning projects for all ages!

Discovery School - This site, sponsored by the Discovery Channel, offers free science facts that you can use to start any good science project or lesson.

Science News for Kids – This is a free online magazine with great science info and pictures geared toward kids.

Discovery School/Science Fair - This site, also sponsored by the Discovery Channel, has a complete guide on how to create your own science fair. Project ideas are included for free.

Forensics in the Classroom - This site has great complete forensic science lab projects available for free.

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History Resources

Helpful Websites:

Teaching with Timelines – This site offers ideas and purchase options for historical timelines.

National Geographic – Looking for maps?

Natural History Museums – Here is a comprehensive list of Natural History Museums throughout the United States, many with virtual exhibits.

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Art Resources


All Free Crafts – Free crafts, free craft patterns, free printables, nature crafts, gifts in a jar, recycled projects, lightbulb ideas, kid's crafts, seasonal crafts, knitting, crochet and needlework patterns, folk art painting, free gift tags, and other freebies.

@rt Room Doorway – Leads you right in to fun art projects and ideas. Space to submit your art work.

Balloon HQ – From how to twist balloons into sculptures to the science of balloons, it's all here.

Craft Finder – Paper bags, tin foil, string. Almost any household item can be used to make cool projects ike a mini jet boat or wind chimes that tinkle. Just adjust the search criteria below and presto - you'll find hundreds of fun activities that will inspire any kid.

Crayola Creativity Center – Craft ideas and pages to print and color. Come see how crayons are made.

Focus on Sculpture – An educational and entertaining look into the world of sculptors and their work.

Hands On Crafts – An online studio for kids to play around with pottery, weaving, quilting and basket weaving.

Hands On Crafts For Kids – Ready. . . set. . . go. . . to one of the terrific Hands On projects and games we've put online for you this month.

Having Fun: Arts & Crafts – Projects and craft recipes for little kids from Parent Soup.

How to Make Pi๑atas – Use the pattern as a guide to make the five points of the star pi๑ata! Fun for any rainy day!

Imagination Factory – There is no machinery at The Imagination Factory, and smokestacks don't pollute the air. Instead, we teach children creative ways to recycle by making art.

Kids' Art Activity Center – Dozens of project starting ideas and instructions, from book binding, creating your own board game, to carving your own rubber stamps.

KinderArt – All sorts of ideas for arts and crafts projects, or learning about famous art. Has a "Fridge" for you to post your creations and a board to share craft ideas.

Making Friends and Other Crafts for Kids – You'll find lots of creative activities for kids ages 2 through 15. Stuff for scouts as well as lots of holiday ideas.

Michael's Kids Club Projects – Ideas for craft projects, complete with supply lists and instructions.

A Pinata For You To Make – Pattern and directions for making this holiday treat holder, and how to play the game to break it open.

Tie-Dye - The Soda-Soak Tie-Dye Method – With experience, the end result can be predicted and controlled to some extent, but surprise is part of what makes tie-dye an exciting and interesting art form - and there will be plenty of surprises.

Web of Angels Class – Take an easy online "class" and make yourself some angels to watch over you today. Part of


New England Village Paper Cut-Out Craft – Build your own New England village out of office supplies. All are "just about" HO-scale, just right for your train set or table or desktop decoration. From Ben & Jerry's.

Origami Animals – Advanced projects. All sorts of animals. Download and print out the step-by-step directions. Site also has dinosaurs and a complete chess set.

Origami Diagrams on the Web – If you follow along with these handy guides, you can make your own beautiful models in just a few minutes.

TGV Card Models – Print, Cut Out and Assemble your own scale models of the TGV, France's high speed train. Take your time, take breaks, and be patient; the result is worth your effort! Younger kids might need a little bit of help.

Craft Recipes

Gak Recipe – A recipe for Gak, a most interesting goo to play with. Page now includes recipes for oobleck and glorax and silly putty.

Apple Cinnamon Dough – This aromatic play clay makes great-smelling brooches, pins and ornaments.

The Amazing World of Play Clay (pdf file) – Zillions of fun crafts for kids to make with home-made play clay! From Arm & Hammer Baking Soda.

Baking Soda Play Clay – Cook your own fun clay from common household ingredients.

Bread Dough Sculpting – Baked dough creations painted in bright colors can easily pass for ceramic.

Hidden Hazards of Fimo, Sculpty and Other Polymer Clays (pdf file) – These clays are not safe for children or pregnant women.

Kids Craft Recipe Factory – All those "recipes" you are always looking for to make homemade clay doughs and paints.

Kid Stuff – Make your own Window Clings, Invisible Ink, Eggshell Chalk, Papier Mache, Soap Crayons, Corn Starch Goo, Slime, Paints for Kids,Clay / Baker's Clay, Soap Blowing Bubbles, Silly Putty, and holiday craft projects.

Make Your Own Papier Mache – You can make all kinds of things with papier mache! As it dries it hardens over whatever mold you form it on. We've made puppet heads (using small balloons as molds), pinatas, dolls, boxes, bowls, even papier mache houses (made in pieces and glued together).

Rainy Day Crafts for Kids – Recipes for finger paint, regular kids paint, playdough, clay, glue and paste.

Art History

A. Pinura: Art Detective – This is the Case of Grandpa's Painting. Does he indeed have the work of a famous artist? If so, which one?.

ArtEdventures – You'll discover how great artists made their famous works-while learning tips and techniques for creating your own art while you play interactive games.

Inside Art – Before I could step back, I was sucked feet first into the vortex! Colors swirled and howled. Then . . . nothing. Until I opened my eyes again. An art history adventure!

Meet the Painters – A fun and creative way to learn about famous artists.

A Journey Through Art with W.H. Johnson – Let your imagination and interests be your guide at this Smithsonian exhibit. Selected paintings from the retrospective exhibition have been organized into six units (Journeys, The War Effort, Fighters for Freedom, Scenes of City Life and Country Life, Women Builders, and Family and Friends).

Kids Corner - Bottlecaps to Brushes – My name is Cappy, and I'm a skateboarding giraffe. I'm a cartoon character based on a bottle cap sculpture at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. I live here, and I'll be showing you some of the other works of art in the museum's collection.

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Language Resources

Sign Language

Life Print - Step by step free sign language lessons

Lesson Tutor – Free Sign Language lessons

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Computer & Software Resources

Helpful Websites:

Internet Tutorials – Check out this site for a list of Internet tutorials and beginner’s guides.

Guide to Geekdom – This site sells workbooks that make learning the computer fun and easy.

Purchase Software On-Line:

Surplus CD Rom Family Software – Buy discounted children’s educational software online.

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Special Needs Resources

Learning Difficulties Resources & Curriculum

General Learning Difficulties Websites:

Behavior Analysts, Inc. – Behavior Analysts, Inc. provides support and curriculum for children with developmental disabilities, particularly with weak language skills. We recommend checking out their curriculum package called ABBLS as well as the book Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities.

The Feingold Association – This site argues that a child’s diet can directly affect his or her behavior and ability to learn. They provide dietary tips for a healthier child.

National Challenged Homeschoolers Associated
– This site offers support for Christian homeschoolers with learning disabled children.

LD Online – This site provides support, articles, curriculum, and a free monthly newsletter for parents with children with learning disabilities.

Schwab Learning – This is a parent’s guide to helping children with learning difficulties.

Teaching Your Hearing Impaired Child:

Another Path – This is a comprehensive guide to homeschooling your deaf, hard of hearing, or hearing impaired child.

Deaf Christian Homeschool – This is a group where parents of deaf or hard-of-hearing children share their teaching tips, ideas, and views based on biblical principles.

Deaf Homeschool – This is a support group and information clearinghouse for parents who are homeschooling deaf or hard-of-hearing children.

Teaching Your Dyslexic Child:

Dyslexia My Life – This site offers help and resource links for dyslexia.

Dyslexia Resources – This site offers articles and audio files about dyslexia.

Dyslexia, the Gift – This site explores the positive talents arising from dyslexia.

Teaching Your Blind or Visually Impaired Child:

Blind Homeschoolers – This is a small but active e-mail list of families homeschooling vision impaired or blind children.

Core Curriculum for Blind and Visually Impaired
– This site offers information on core curriculum for blind children.

National Library Service for the Blind and Handicapped – This site provides Braille and audio books. Check for information on who is eligible and how to sign up.

Teaching Your Autistic Child:

Behavior Analysts, Inc. – Behavior Analysts, Inc. provides support and curriculum for children with developmental disabilities, particularly with weak language skills. We recommend checking out their curriculum package called ABBLS as well as the book Teaching Language to Children with Autism or Other Developmental Disabilities.

Autism Resources – This site provides information about teaching autistic children.

Homeschooling Autism – Look here for articles on autism.

Teaching Your Child with ADD:

ADHD News – This is a newsletter for parents and teachers dealing with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder).

Can Teach – This is a website that focuses on attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity. They offer informational articles and helpful links.

Homeschooling the ADHD Child – This site discusses issues dealt with in homeschool for the child with attention deficit disorder (ADD) along with helpful links.

Homeschooling ADD/ADHD – This website provides links on the subject of attention deficit disorder and homeschooling.

Informative Books About Learning Difficulties:

The Way They Learn

Unlocking Your Child's Learning Potential: How to Equip Kids to Succeed in School and Life

Discover Your Child's Learning Style: Children Learn in Unique Ways – Here’s the Key to Every Child’s Learning Success

Distance Learning Programs for Children with Learning Difficulties:

Greenwood Institute – This is a professional support program for parents and adult tutors who are teaching children with learning disabilities like dyslexia.

Seascape Educational Center – SeaScape offers Preschool-8, high school, and specialized curriculum services for the deaf.

Power Learning Network – Power Learning offers online tutoring for dyslexic and other homeschoolers with learning disabilities; 4th grade and up.

Hadley School for the Blind – This is an accredited program that offers over 90 distance education courses to eligible students completely free of charge.

Learning Disability Organizations:

Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CH.A.D.D.)
8181 Professional Place, Suite 201
Landover , MD 20785
(800) 233-4050
Fax: (301)306-7090

International Dyslexia Association
Chester Building , Suite 382
8600 LaSalle Road
Baltimore , MD 21286-2044
(410) 296-0232
(800) 222-3123 (Toll Free)

Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA)
4156 Library Road
Pittsburgh , PA 15234
Ph.(412) 341-1515
Fax(412) 344-0224

National Association for the Education of African American Children with Learning Disabilities
P.O. Box 09521
Columbus , Ohio 43209
(614) 237-6021
Fax: (614) 238-0929

National Association of Private Schools for Exceptional Children (NAPSEC)
1522 K Street, NW
Suite 1032
Washington , DC 20005
(202) 408-3338

National Coalition for Auditory Processing Disorders, Inc (NCAPD)
P.O. Box 11810 Jacksonville , Fl 32239-1810
Includes a state-by-state referral network

National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD)
381 Park Avenue South, Suite 1420
New York , NY 10016
PH (212) 545-7510
Fax (212) 545-9665
Toll Free Information & Referral Service: 1-888-575-7373

National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities (NICHCY)
P.O. Box 1492
Washington, D.C. 20013-1492
(202) 884-8200
(800) 695-0285 (Toll Free)

National Institute for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
6100 Executive Boulevard
Rockville, MD 20852
(301) 496-5733

Schwab Learning
1650 South Amphlett Boulevard, Suite 300
San Mateo , CA 94402
(650) 655-2410
(800) 230-0988
FAX (650) 655-2411

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Gifted Children Resources

Helpful Websites:

Internet Resources for Homeschooling Gifted Students – This site provides legal resources, educational resources, curriculum appropriate for the gifted homeschool child, and general links to websites of interest to homeschoolers of gifted children.

Homeschooling Gifted Children – Resources and articles about homeschooling gifted children.