Helpful Resources

People interested in homeschooling often contact me asking if I can refer them to some helpful wesbites or blogs. Pinterest has been a good friend to me and over the years I've also followed lots of inspiring blogs and websites (many have closed) so I'm linking you below to some of the places I have found most helpful in my journey as a homeschooling mama.

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BEVERLEY PAINE: THE EDUCATING PARENT

An fantastic directory with everything from book lists to articles and support groups in Australia.

Beverley's articles and facebook page are full of helpful tips from a pioneer of Australian homeschooling.

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SALLY CLARKSON

Sally has been a long-time inspiration to me and speaks to raising neurodivergent children with love, acceptance and a Christ-like heart.

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Regular Resources we find helpful at home:

White board and markers

Atlas

Extensive collection of books

Clipboards, lined paper and drawing/writing basics

Art supplies

Games & puzzles

A good printer

A magnifying glass

Microscope

A folder for each child

A diary for notes

Headphones 

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ERIN AT SEVEN LITTLE AUSTRALIANS AND COUNTING

Aren't sure which books to read for Australian history? Stuck on book ideas for Indigenous literature? Erin has compiled the most amazing book lists for us all!

CHECK THEM ALL OUT HERE TODAY!

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BEL MOORE AT HOMESCHOOL CONFIDENTLY:

Bel is an incredible homeschooling mama who is passionate about helping others know they CAN homeschool too!

Check out Bel's Avoiding Homeschool Burnout Course HERE

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Lusi writes on Wiradjuri Country and acknowledges the traditional land owners, their community members, elders and leaders past, present and emerging