Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register my child for FreedomHomeschooling.com’s curriculum?
FreedomHomeschoooling.com is not a school, so no registration is required. Our site is simply a compilation of free homeschool curriculum resources available online from various sources.
Is this curriculum religious or secular?
FreedomHomeschooling.com lists both Christian and secular curriculum. All of the Christian resources are labeled. Any resource not labeled as Christian does not teach religious beliefs, unless otherwise noted.
How do I use this curriculum? How do I get started?
FreedomHomeschooling.com is a compilation of free homeschool curriculum resources available online. To use this site, from the main page menu, choose a subject area. Then, on that subject’s page you will find a list of links to free curriculum resources. Next, choose a link and follow the instructions on that resource’s website.
What curriculum should I use? Which is the best?
Only you can answer these questions. The best curriculum is whatever works the best for your family. I suggest thoroughly researching various homeschooling methods and learning styles. Keep each child’s individual interests, strengths, and weaknesses in mind when choosing curriculum. When purchasing curriculum, read several reviews and view samples online. When using free curriculum found on FreedomHomeschooling.com you can either preview the entire curriculum before deciding if it’s a good fit or just give it a try if you’re not sure. There’s nothing to lose since it’s free!
Do you provide lesson plans or schedules?
No, Freedom Homeschooling does not provide these. One of the benefits of homeschooling is that you have the freedom to set your own schedule.
How do I legally homeschool? Do I need to register or notify the school district?
This varies very widely by state. Some states have very few or no regulations for homeschoolers and do not even require notification of intent to homeschool. Others have very strict regulations that can include notification, submission of an education plan and curriculum to be used, minimum number of days and hours of instruction required, standardized testing, portfolio review, and more. It is very important that you familiarize yourself with your state’s homeschool laws. Information about homeschool laws in each state can be found on HSLDA’s website. Contact your local school district or state department of education with any questions.
I came across a curriculum listed on FreedomHomeschooling.com that is not free. Why was it included?
Sometimes we may choose to list a resource that has both paid and free features. So, while a website may require a membership or other purchases to access the entirety of its features or materials, we felt that enough was being offered for free that it was worthwhile to include. However, if this is not the case, please let us know so that we can remove the resource from FreedomHomeschooling.com. Unfortunately, free offers sometimes end.
I have a question not answered on this page. How can I contact Freedom Homeschooling?
Please visit our contact page to send us a message.