So, I don’t know if you’ve heard, but there is an AMAZING resource that I use often. CurrClick.com  is a one stop shop for all of your curriculum needs. (affiliate link – see Disclosure Policy)

I have used CurrClick for the last 5 years and on top of their incredible live classes, they have the largest assortment of free and paid curriculum that I have seen.

We have utilized several of their free classes like LEGO club which runs every Monday at varying times. You only need to attend one a month as all 4 classes are indentical. The teacher Miss Loretta has kits you can buy and she even ships to Canada. My children love these classes and learn so much as each month has a new theme.

Another wonderful free class is the American Girl Club which meets once a month on the last Wednesday of the month. My girls have thoroughly enjoyed learning about history through these delightful books.

One free class that is beginning soon is Creative Kids Club for ages 5-7 meeting on Tuesdays.

Some of the paid classes we have enjoyed are:

History of Weapons from 4 Little Penguins

Botany Classes from Natureglo’s eScience

Colonial America and Native American’s with Lessons Worth Learning

Mechanics from Science Jim

Basic Math from the Video Math Tutor

Usually I can buy just one class and all my children can log in from their own log in point and participate together. Most of the time I have one of the kids hook up the HDMI from the laptop to the T.V  and then I can watch the class also. These classes have been so much fun for the kids and they have learned so much. It’s also a great motivator for when I need them to “finish your work quick so you’re not logging into your class late”.

I also have countless pages of high quality curriculum from such companies as A Journey Through Learning, A+ Interactive Math, Brandenburg Studies, Connect The Thoughts, Hands of a Child, Kathy Hutto, Knowledge Box Central, Math Mammoth and The Critical Thinking Company, just to name a few of oh so many.

I would encourage you to check out the site and keep your eyes posted for their wonderful “Pay What You Want” Sale, I have picked up countless goodies from that.