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Must-Have Websites for Homeschooling in 2022

Updated on July 9, 2022
Give your homeschooler an advantage with high-quality educational websites
Give your homeschooler an advantage with high-quality educational websites

Homeschoolers are always on the lookout for excellent online educational tools to supplement learning. This is a list of some great educational websites covering language arts, math, science, social studies, and more. Some of these websites are free while others require a paid subscription. The prices listed here are subject to change.

Time4Learning is a full online curriculum for kindergarten through 12th grade. It can be used as a sole curriculum or as a supplement. The Language Arts and Math are typically animated and interactive. However, the other subjects like science are mainly text based. The text based lessons have lots of quizzes to ensure students understand the material. There are some science related interactive activities in addition to the text based lessons. A subscription costs $19.95 a month for the first K-8 student and $15 for each additional student. High schoolers cost $30 a month.

BrainPop and BrainPop Jr

BrainPop and BrainPop Jr are indispensable learning sites. Both have hundreds of high-quality educational videos covering Math, Language Arts, science, history, biographies, art, and music. The BrainPop Jr videos feature a character named Annie and her lovable robot friend Moby. In BrainPop Moby teams up with a character named Tim. The interactions between the characters are often humorous making the videos enjoyable for kids. Each video comes with both easy and difficult quizzes.

BrainPop Jr is for kindergarten through 3rd grade. BrainPop is appropriate for 4th grade through middle school. Using the "Home" option, a subscription to BrainPop Jr costs $14.95 a month while BrainPop costs $15.95. You can get a combo for $19.95.


Newsela (News English Language Arts) is a free website that provides news articles at various reading levels. You can set an appropriate reading level for each of your kids. The articles are all based on current events and include politics, science, law, sports, and money. This is a great way to introduce your kids to simplified news articles while improving their reading skills. Most articles have a short comprehension quiz. To use this site, create a parent account and then you can add each of your kids as students. They'll each have their own account.


Starfall is a free phonics website. It's an excellent supplement to a reading curriculum for beginning readers. The website has fun, interactive, and colorful animations. Starfall has four levels:

  • ABCs teaches the phonetic sound of each letter
  • Learn to read is for kids who know their phonics and are ready to start forming words
  • It's fun to read
  • I'm reading

Another great learn-to-read website is It's not fun and colorful like Starfall but it's an excellent free resource that teaches how to sound out words.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy has math videos for elementary, middle, and high school. And they're all free. You can access the videos directly through the Khan Academy website (you can set up an account if you want to) or just search for a topic on YouTube. If you use the website, videos are organized by grade level and then by concept. The nice thing about the website is that you'll easily find grade-appropriate videos. YouTube searches will bring up multiple videos per concept and it can be hard to know which is the right one for a particular grade.

Reading A to Z

Reading A to Z is like having a library right on your computer with hundreds of online books. The fiction and nonfiction books are organized by reading level, so you can easily find books that fit your child's reading level. You can also do searches for topics. A one-year license costs $$115.45.

Kids Discover

Kids Discover has 2000 high-quality science and social studies lessons. Many of the lessons have three reading levels. You have to create an account to use the website. You get 200 of the lessons for free. An account that provides access to all 2000 lessons costs $4 a month for an individual or $7 a month for up to five accounts. Billing is annual.


Super Teacher Worksheets

Super Teacher Worksheets provide over 10,000 printable worksheets covering multiple subjects. You can view previews for free to get an idea of how worksheets look. To use the website, you need an account, which costs $24.95 for a full year.

E-Learning for Kids is a free website with animated lessons covering language arts, math, science, computer skills, and health. The website even offers typing practice. Lessons are offered for kindergarten through 6th grade students.


Science4Us is a kindergarten to 2nd grade science curriculum. The website has about 350 lessons. The curriculum is "a complete, standards-based, core science curriculum that delivers digital and real-world science experiences." Contact for pricing.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2017 LT Wright


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