Homeschooling Support

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Thinking about 


your kids and needing help envisioning how to make it work?  

If so, let us help! 

Where do I Start?

We believe that homeschooling should be as stress-free and enjoyable as possible.  Although there are a multitude of avenues you can turn as a homeschool parent, we are happy to provide a supportive roadmap as you embark on your exciting journey. Here are some tips on how to start homeschooling.

Specialized Curricula Resources

Although there is no perfect curriculum, there are materials that can be helpful and need less modification for kids with unique learning profiles.  

Educators Publishing Service

Visual Tracking Resources

Academic Therapy Publications

High School Level

Wiesner Educational  

K5 Learning (K-6)  

Affordable Curriculum Options

One thing that seems to surprise many families as they venture into homeschooling is that curriculums do not need to cost a mint.  Affordable options are available. 

Extremely discounted to completely free textbooks, workbooks, chapter books, picture books, classic literature, and much more for grades K-12 are right at your fingertips. Here are a few great places to start your search.

Used Homeschool Books 

Exodus Books 

The Back Pack 


Laurelwood Books


All Free Printables

Pearson Homeschool

Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool 

Homeschool Classified

Half Price Books

Discovery K12


Compass Classroom

A.C.E. School of Tomorrow


Online Spanish Courses

Curriculum and Beyond

Math Resources and Curriculum Options

Hands On Equations

Tablet Class Math  

Continental Press 

Benchmark Education (Spanish Available)

Curricula for Students with LD:

Touchmath - best for highly visual learners a sequential

CTC Math (K-12) - mastery-based, multi-sensory program; online video tutorials

IXL Math (K-12) – spiral curriculum that provides concepts based on grade-level standards.  

Teaching Textbooks (3rd-pre-calculus)- spiral-based, self-grading curriculum. 

Thinkwell Homeschool (6-12) - mastery, video-based; automatic grading, study notes, tests, & grade reports included.

Beast Academy (Ages 8-13) – advanced, comic-based; focused on problem-solving.  

Saxon Math (K-12) – spiral-based math program; easy to implement. 

Math U See (K-12) - mastery-based program with teaching videos, manipulatives & consumable texts.

       Finding Support.      

You Are Not Alone!

Numerous disabilities have local and national non-profits linking communities, supporting parents, with online and offline groups tailored to individual family needs.

Local Advocacy (Maryland)

Maryland Homeschool  Associations

The Maryland Community Connection

The Parents' Place of Maryland

Pathfinders for Autism

The Arc of Southern Maryland

Emotional Support 

The Parent Center Hub

National Advocacy Organizations


March of Dimes

National Center for Learning Disabilities


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Enjoy your kids.

Learning should be continuous and it should also be fun!

Set healthy & realistic expectations.

Each year brings a new experience.  Embrace change. Evaluate ahead of time what a customized experience looks like for your unique family. 

Build a support system.

Input or inspiration, affirmation or validation.  Finding a community can help to refocus and ground you on those tough days. Comparisons steal joy, but a community provides connections to remind you that you are not alone.