Lesson Library

Here is an e-mail I received this morning from a British mom, which I thought I’d share with you…


I run a website called www.lesson-library.com. For over 5 years, I’ve been writing learning resources for my website and I’m proud to announce that I now have almost 6800 resources covering all school subjects, from kindergarten to Grade 12 (about age 16.)

I homeschooled my son, Connal, who is now 21 years old and helping to run the website. We really want to support other homeschoolers so we’ve decided to give away our resources – FREE! Anyone who wishes can email us and request material and we’ll send it to you.

Just tell us the subject, grade level or age, topic and type of material. For example – History, Primary 4, Roman recipes, or English, Senior 4, learning material on Othello.

You can ask for as much as you want – as long as you only ask for 1 item at a time. Once you’ve received it, you can ask again for more!

There are also some free lesson resources on my website. You can check them out at www.lesson-library.com

If you’d like any articles or other free material for any homeschooling newsletters, etc, Connal and I would be happy to write for you.

Please tell your members about us. We really appreciate all your help.

Many thanks,

Fiona (the mum!)

It looks like you have to pay a membership fee to get most of the materials, but they do have a page of Free Stuff including lesson samples, articles, and links to off-site lectures and audiobooks.

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