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Below you will find some wonderful learning resources for homeschool students! If you have resources that you would like to share, please contact us and let us know!



Zearn is the top-rated math learning platform that helps kids explore concepts, discover meaning, and make sense of math.

Math Exercises


Carnegiehall Kids

This kid-friendly website invites children ages 5–12 to learn about music through interactive and fun activities. 

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EarSketch helps students learn to code in Python or JavaScript through manipulating loops, composing beats, remixing sounds, and applying effects to a multi-track digital audio workstation. 

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The Homeschooled Musician

Join our Facebook group, The Homeschooled Musician. Whether you are simply looking for ways to incorporate music into your child's curriculum or your child is playing an instrument, you are welcome here.

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World Wildlife

If your child is like mine, they love nature. This is a wonderful site filled with lessons and learning resources pertaining to animals and nature. They have resources in Spanish too!

Outdoor Education


Math, Science, Music is a free toolkit for teachers, bringing together the best resources in math, science and music.

Designed for students, kindergarten through college.

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Music Worksheet Packet

Sign up to download and explore over 50 pages of music related educational worksheets provided by The Young Musician's University.

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Tlsbooks offers you a variety of free printable worksheets to use at home or in the classroom. You'll find thousands of worksheets appropriate for students in preschool through sixth grade.

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Great Schools

Great Schools provides free educational worksheets through fifth grade. You can search by grade level and subject.

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Sumo's mission is to ensure that creative potential is unleashed, rather than lost to the daily grind of modern life: rigid schooling, centuries-old education systems which don’t meet the needs of contemporary students and the responsibilities and burdens of adult life. 

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The Education Project

This organization connects professionals and college students with students in grades K-12 students to receive free tutoring.

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The Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz 

The Institute preserves, perpetuates and expands jazz as a global art form, and utilizes jazz as a means to unite people of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities. 

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Free Learning Resources

As a homeschool family, we invite you to join our Facebook Group, The Homeschooled Musician.

Adding music to your homeschool curriculum is a must and filled with benefits that go beyond music. There are many ways that you can do this from local music lessons, virtual self-paced lessons, and online live lessons. As a parent, it is important to choose the best fit for your child and to understand that music education is a journey that will take a commitment from the child along with support from you, the parent.
When choosing a music program for your child it is important to find a learning institution where parental support is valued and welcomed. Joining any music program is a commitment and ultimately a musical journey that will have both moments of celebration and moments that will be challenging for your child.
The Young Musician's University provides students with quality online music education. We wanted to create a music education experience where students not only take music lessons but can explore music in various facets in a virtual collaborative community of like-minded musicians as they discover their love and passion for music!

What YMU Students and Parents are saying

"YMU played a significant role in establishing the strong work ethic I continue to lean on today. The entire entertainment industry is fast and competitive. It doesn’t matter if you are the artist, behind the scenes as a coordinator, or a media studies scholar, it’s all tough. So I often use the skills I developed as a vocal student at YMU. I learned when to use my voice and when to listen. Experiences throughout my journey post-YMU have taught me how interconnected everything is. Through this, I've found that the ability to communicate well, work as a team, and accept constructive feedback will help you achieve any goal."

Eva, NYU | Steinhardt

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