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CurrClick

  Although not directly Canadian, CurrClick has a VERY large collection of  Canadian Resources. This website is completely packed with curriculum expanding tools – including lapbooks, novel studies, online classes & clubs, unit studies, eBooks, notebooking, software and more. [Affiliate links used in this post.] Doing a search for “Canada” yielded me 276 results – which […]

Quest A+

Many provinces require standardized testing for their students several times during their school years – usually around the Grade 3, 6 and 9 levels. Often, homeschooling families are relieved to avoid these tests because they tend to put a lot of stress on their children and focus on success and testing instead of on interest […]

Research & Statistics

Home Education in Canada Research

Have you wondered about the long term effects on homeschooling on your children? I know I have! What if you could have a glimpse into the lives of some families as they grow up and how they end up 15 years later? The Canadian Centre for Home Education has put together an amazing report that […]

Homeschool FREEBIE of the Day

This is NOT a Canadian resource, but it’s too valuable not to share! Homeschool Freebie of the Day provides 1 free downloadable goodie every weekday. These resources range from 1900s’ boys’ handybooks and sewing lessons, to homeschooling time management ebooks to audio book readings to cookbooks to sample chapters of popular curriculums to ….. If […]