First I have got to share this website that I found recently. It is DIY Homeschooler. There are good units to study, reading lists, some guides, and even suggestions for each month. It is a really neat website!
Free on Amazon
I also wanted to share how to find free eBooks. You can go to amazon.com and type free books in their search bar. When the results come up, you want to ensure that it does NOT say Kindle Unlimited because that is a subscription thing. But any that just say $0.00 can be gotten for free, as long as that is the price.
If you don’t have a kindle device (the paperwhite is wonderful) you can download the free kindle app to read the books on whatever device you have, be it laptop, desktop, ipad, or phone.
When you type in “free books” you can also specify for kids or for certain ages. (It will put some suggestions for you to choose from.) There are a good supply of free books classics. These change so be sure you click to buy them while the price is still $0.00 and verify it again before clicking.
Free on Libby or Overdrive
Many libraries participate in Overdrive, which lets you borrow digital content in the form of ebooks and audio books. You sign in with your library card. It is really a great free service.
I don’t prefer electronic books but am sure glad to have them available when I cannot get to the library. There are other resources available for electronic reading that I’ll share another time.
I hope these resources are helpful to you and give you some good reading material.
Until next time, God bless,