Here are 20 Tools to Help You Get Started on Your Homeschool Journey
If you are new to homeschooling or looking for how-to homeschool resources, welcome!
Apologia is a company of homeschooling parents and advocates. Several members of our team are homeschool graduates who are now themselves homeschooling!
Our team has prepared podcasts, e-publications, and helpful videos to address questions about getting started homeschooling, setting homeschool routines, researching and selecting homeschool curriculum, homeschooling through high school, and so MUCH more.
You’ll be encouraged and inspired by the Welcome Home e-book packed with homeschool information and encouragement from Apologia.Get The eBook
The Apologia Curriculum Planning Guide includes articles, a curriculum research form, a curriculum planning sheet, and more. This guide also includes a list of questions to review before selecting a curriculum for your child and family.Get The Guide
This resource is packed with articles from veteran homeschooling parents who have graduated no less than 4 children from their homeschool.Get The Guide
Written by Apologia Science author Sherri Seligson. The ability to write a lab report is important for your student as they move through high school and into middle school. Sherri takes your student through this process step by step and will help your child move into college sciences confidently, knowing how to write a proper lab report.Get The Guide
Download and get ready to see how accessible science can be. You can teach science in your homeschool and do it well!Get The eBook
This e-book is a great way to sample our K-6 award-winning science curriculum. We have included one lesson from each of our eight titles in the Young Explorer Series.Get The eBook
We believe homeschooling is not just an education choice; homeschooling is a lifestyle and adventure of a lifetime!
You are the child’s parent, you love them more than anyone in the whole world, and you will do whatever it takes to help them learn and succeed in life. You taught them how to walk and talk (two very complex skills to master), and you have everything you need to teach them the love of learning. You also have the patience required to help them learn to read, write, and multiply fractions. You are their parent, and you can do this!
The family home provides love, security, and nurture as part of a healthy and positive context in which a child can learn and thrive.