Additional Student Resources
Is your student needing a bit more time with a subject? Are they looking for challenges in their studies? Here are a few additional class aids/tutoring that might help with their education.
Please note: some of these sites are free, have free sections or are subscription based. We have tried to mark them accordingly. We provide these sites as a service to our students and their families and make no endorsement of any one site. Please visit and carefully research each site to make sure it meets your approval.
Private Math Tutoring by Mrs. Goldberg.
Private Piano Lessons by Ms. K. Olson.
Contact Heritage for more information about Private Math Tutoring or Piano Lessons.
FREE: Kahn Academy, a free online education resource covering basic elementary classes to college courses. Watch….practice….and learn almost anything! This site has over 2,700 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history, plus it offers 253 practice exercises.
FREE Subscription: Enchanted Learning
K-12 – over 30K pages covering a wide range of topics–including math, history, physical sciences, writing, foreign languages and much more. Some free and full site use for subscription fee of $20/year.
Free: Soft Schools
Pre–K through Middle School, math, language arts, science, social studies and more.
Free/Subscription: Donna Young
Contains lessons on history, handwriting, math, science, art, English and more.
Browse by age — from babyhood to highschool. Activities and worksheets by grade. Lots of information about education in general.
Free: Sheppard Software
Hundreds of educational games, activities, quizzes, articles and more!
Subscription: Teach With Movies
Lesson plans based on movies and films, such as The Sound of Music, Diary of Anne Frank, Mulan and more. Teach With Movies provides the curriculum materials but not the movies themselves. 350+ Guides–subscription cost of $11.99/yr.
FREE: Cool Math Games
Fun site for kids as young as three. Cool Math Games is for logic, thinking and fun games of all sorts.
FREE: Project Gutenberg
Over 36,000 free ebooks to download to your PC, Kindle, Android, iOS or other portable device.
Combine spelling lists with spelling games — over 6,600 words to practice!
Letter of the Week
A pre-school mini-curriculum recommended by numerous Homeschool.com readers.
Teaching and learning resources for students with special needs and with learning disabilities. Math, reading, writing and other printables.
OPEN COURSES ONLINE
MIT Open Courseware www.ocw.mit.edu Lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT. 200 courses available, again, from MIT!
Open Courseware Consortium
Open educational content–high quality university‐level educational materials. These materials are organized as courses, and often include course planning materials and evaluation tools as well as thematic content.
High-quality, multimedia content on general education subjects such as algebra, calculus, physics, statistics, U.S. history, biology and more.
Almost 500 shared courses in 36 academic subjects.