As I mentioned in an earlier post, I work for The Old Schoolhouse Magazine. It is the leading homeschool magazine on the market, and it is digital and completely free for you to read. But, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine doesn't just offer this great monthly online publication loaded with lots of great tips, advice and resources. They have many wonderful homeschool helps available online. Several are free and a couple require a reasonable fee.
Here is what you can find:
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine at www.TOSMagazine.com.
The Old Schoolhouse Annual Print Magazine. This is available in print on newsstands like Hastings, Barnes & Noble, CBD.com, and Books-A-Million throughout the entire year. It is also available in a digital format, for those of you who prefer to read things online or on your apps at www.TOSPrint.com.
The Old Schoolhouse has a Facebook page where homeschool families can ask questions and receive tips from other homeschool families, not just from The Old Schoolhouse staff. You will find it on Facebook as The Old Schoolhouse Magazine.
The Old Schoolhouse has a blog:
Homeschooling with Heart at http://blog.thehomeschoolmagazine.com/blog/
The Old Schoolhouse also has great helps and tips for those of you who live on a tight budget and look for more ways to save money through our Econobusters/Molly Green Magazine. This publication is available as .pdf downloads and requires a low annual fee or you can purchase by issue at
Finally, The Old Schoolhouse has a fantastic website that you can use to teach your children. They offer every subject for every age plus some great electives for a reasonable annual fee. You can use this as your complete year's curriculum or you can use what you want as supplemental to your curriculum. Just go to www.SchoolhouseTeachers.com.
So, if you are a computer techie and really want to use the computer or your tablet for your homeschool, I highly recommend these wonderful, Christian-based resources.