New to Homeschooling? Looking for New Homeschool Resources?
SEA Homeschoolers is Here to Help!
When you are homeschooling, you handcraft a journey through learning for your child. This handcrafted education honors the unique strengths, challenges, and passions of your learner. It is an important step to guiding your child so they can figure out what they are going to do with their one wild and precious life. By connecting your child with their unique intellect, with who they really are, this handcrafted education empowers your child to become a lifelong learner.
Homeschooling is exciting, joyous, and (to be honest) a little bit scary. This is your child after all, and if you are homeschooling them, that means you care a LOT about their education. Homeschooling works best when there is brainstorming, mentoring, and insight into the how of learning. This is where community is important.
The good news is, you have found the SEA Homeschoolers Community. This means you have found an engaged, eclectic, secular academic group that is here to help you starting with this page full of the resources.
Welcome to SEA,
Blair Lee & The SEA Homeschoolers Team!
Download a free PDF to help you craft a homeschooling journey for your children that is unique, innovative, organic, learning-centered, and academically-rich.
Secular, Eclectic, Academic Recommended Resources for Homeschooling
Get a free PDF download of the chapter from REAL Science Odyssey Chemistry Level 1 used to demonstrate how hands-on labs allow children to understand sophisticated scientific principles and theories through auditory, visual, and tactile experiments and activities.
Homeschooling 101 for Science: Through the use of focused hands-on labs and activities that are thoughtfully paired with accurate fact-based information, homeschooled children often get superlative, and engaging science and history! Check out this science download from Blair Lee, M.S. and see for yourself.
Recommended Reading from SEA Homeschoolers:
Recommended Reading from Outschool
- Articles about Learning Preferences
- Tips from Outschool Families for Creating Homeschool Rooms and At-Home Learning Spaces
- Phonemic Awareness: What It Is, Why It’s Important, and How to Teach It
- What Research Says about the Benefits of Quiet Time for Kids
- Lexile Levels: How to Use this Tool to Understand Your Child’s Reading Skills
- How to do Full-Time Child-Led Learning with Outschool – from a SEA family
Find the Homeschool Laws for your State:
Often the best place to get the most accurate, up-to-date information is directly from the source. Below we have linked the homeschooling regulations for most of the United States. As we continue to add resources to this page, we will expand to add US territories and international information.