Here is a helpful links about homeschooling options:
Every year, more and more families make the decision to homeschool their children for a variety of reasons, ranging from lack of access to quality public schools to a desire to take a more active role in their children’s education. If you are among these growing numbers, you may be considering online homeschooling. Many companies offer online homeschool programs to guide the learning process, streamline curricula, provide individual feedback and allow students to learn at their own pace.
These programs give you freedom and control over your child’s education while relieving some of the work associated with lesson planning, interfacing with the public school district, keeping records and more. It is important to carefully consider all of your online homeschooling options and choose one that fits best with your educational philosophy and the student’s needs.
Here are a few helpful links to check out ebooks:
Did you know there are thousands, if not millions, of free eBooks available for you online?
It's true, but you probably won’t find the latest bestsellers (although you might, occasionally), but nevertheless, you will find enough material at these sites to keep you going for a while.
eBooks and magazines in a wide variety of genres — everything from classics to popular literature of the 20th century, from kids books to philosophy.
Browse through the selection by author, title, subject, or judge a book by its cover and see what strikes your fancy.
Downloads are available in over 20 different eBook formats.
Archive.org Text Archives
The Internet Archive is a virtual library of audio, video, software, Website archives and text materials of historical and cultural significance. The Text Archives contains over two million items in a wide range of fiction, popular books, children's books, historical texts and academic books.
While not every book is currently available in all eReader formats, you will find more than enough to keep you entertained and enlightened.
This is the one that started it all. Project Gutenberg was the first producer of free eBooks on the Internet. They offer over 33,000 free eBooks to read on your PC, Kindle, Nook, iPad, iPhone, Android or other portable device.
Project Gutenberg is also the partner of LibroVox , which offers free downloadable audiobooks read and recorded by volunteers.
All Project Gutenberg titles are out-of-copyright in the United States, so you will not find much in the way of current titles, but what they do offer is of the highest quality.
Google Books offers over three million titles for download to a variety of devices, although they offer a mixture of free and retail eBooks. You can browse through their selection of free titles by clicking on “More” in the BEST OF THE FREE section. (Note: Google Books does not currently support the Kindle.)
Additionally, check Websites of online eBook retailers for special offers. They usually have many free titles available (including current authors), free sample chapters and other limited-time offers. Some of these retailers include: