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Educational Resource List


The following links to South Carolina Standards are provided for parents who want to understand them and who may wish to incorporate them. Homeschooling families are not required to follow standards set by the SC Department of Education or any other state or federal entity.

The South Carolina Department of Education web page on Standards and Learning has links to standards in each subject area. 

They also provide these Family-friendly guides to the standards that provide activities to reinforce and support learning of the stadards. 

This list started as a simple listing of homeschool resources but in March 2020, so many new resources were shared with us in response to the school closings this list has grown to include all types of resources. Every resource listed is from a trusted website or friend but I have not been able to vet each one and I cannot guarantee that they will perfectly fit your needs or worldview. I hope that you find them helpful. Inclusion in the list is not an endorsement of any kind. 

They are not in any particular order.  Sorry about that! 

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Feedback is always welcome, especially if something is inappropriate or a link is not working.




 The South Carolina Homeschooling Connection – This is a blog that provides answers to the most frequently asked questions about homeschooling in SC. It covers everything from getting started to graduation!


Schoolhouse Teachers – Offers Christian, Self-paced, Online Homeschooling courses with customizable curriculum for the whole family. The site has a variety of resources to meet the needs of students in every grade. Families with students in PreK–12 can purchase one membership to gain immediate access to over 450 courses, videos, interactive content, parent resources, and more. Plus, it is guaranteed! We received so much great feedback from our members who used it, we became an affiliate, so your purchase will also help CHASC. 

The Ultimate Annual Membership is usually $224.97. Now through May 31, you can use the code: OUTSIDE to pay only $179 and you will be able to keep this deal for the lifetime of your membership. In addition, purchase a membership during the Get Outside and Homeschool Sale and receive a free insulated 4 Pillars Tote! (New members only. No refunds. Totes are publisher's choice and US only.) One membership gives you access to all available courses and content.

https://schoolhouseteachers.com/dap/a/?a=82588  This is an affiliate link and we will receive a percentage of any purchases made through this link. The cost is the same. 

The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine - Available both in print and digital formats, this magazine contains over 120 pages per issue of informative articles, teaching units and studies, cutting-edge interviews with key players inside the industry, product reviews, resource directories, and curriculum guidance. CHASC is an affiliate and your purchase will help support our association.


This is an affiliate link. CHASC will receive a percentage of any purchase made through this link. The price for  you is the same

Discus – Free virtual library for all SC residents. If using a computer based in SC, you should not need a password. If you need a password, one is available by contacting your local library or you can email us. The password is never to be shared publicly. 


Tyler's Adventures in Education –  is a Facebook page created by Brandy Barnett who posts information about all kinds of resources, including free ones.


There is also a collaborative document packed with information on all kinds of resources. The first link is to her page that gives a bit more information and the second link is to the document. 



Amazing Educational Resources created a list of Educational Companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings that they are updating frequently.


Their Facebook page also has information shared by many other people about all kinds of resources


The American Red Cross - Free virtual presentations are offered by the regional Red Cross Preparedness Team. If you have any questions please email scdcsprepare@redcross.org.



Be Red Cross Ready: Be Red Cross Ready is a national, standardized preparedness education program for adults taught by a certified presenter. The curriculum is designed to help people understand, prepare for, and respond appropriately to year-round disasters like home fires and local hazards like hurricanes. (Adults)

Resource -  Preparing for Disasters During COVID-19

Prepare with Pedro: Prepare with Pedro is a 30- to 45-minute preparedness education program for grades K-2 that teaches students how to "be prepared" and "take action". (Youth Age 5-7)

Prepare with Pedro Activity Book

Prepare with Pedro: Pedro Goes to a Shelter Storybook

Parent Resource - Household Preparedness Workbook

The Pillowcase Project: The virtual Pillowcase Project is a free interactive preparedness program designed for children in grades 3 through 5. The program aims to increase awareness and understanding of natural hazards, teach safety and emotional coping skills, as well as the importance of personal preparedness. (Youth Age 8-12)

The Pillowcase Project Workbook

Parent Resource - Household Preparedness Workbook

Virtual Home Made Safer Visit: The Red Cross and its partners are pleased to offer virtual education sessions on Home Fire Safety for residents of the South Carolina Region from the comfort of your home.

Request an Appointment: Red Cross Free Home Fire Safety Education (wufoo.com)

Kid’s Activity Blog post  also has a List of Education Companies offering free subscriptions due to school closings


The Best Ideas for Kids shares mostly craft ideas for children but also share activities, recipes, and other ideas.


Learn to Paint with Jesse Robertson  has free painting lessons and inexpensive tutorials.  On her Facebook page, Jesse Robertson & Keep it Colourful Paint Nights, Jesse hosts free step-by-step tutorials that are live on Sunday afternoons and stay up for a week. You can help support the artist with a tip. If you tip at least $5 you will receive an HD copy of the live tutorial. 

Macaroni Kid – has tons of information about local activities including closings and special coronavirus inspired activities like Take and Make kits, etc. Go to the national page and choose your local area. They have a blog, Facebook, and email list.

National: https://national.macaronikid.com

Charleston area: https://charleston.macaronikid.com

South Carolina 4-H Offers many virtual activities that  are educational and build leadership in areas such as agriculture, arts, STEM, healthy lifestyles, cooking, shooting sports, and more for students ages 5-18.    

Membership is $15 per year and youth will get a t-shirt. 


South Carolina 4-H STEM is a public Facebook group that shares information on 4-H STEM activities and programs as well as resources like CS First and Scratch.  They are hosting a watch party for the Mars Perseverance Landing with a series of five interactive activities and a watch party. 

Explore Dubai's Food and Culture - This is a link shared by Pierce, a young man who has been using our resource list and saw that we did not have any resources like it on our list.  Dubai is one of the top destinations that Pierce wants to visit as well and would love to share it with others. Thank you, Pierce!

$5 Dinners – Kid’s Cooking Lessons, also great ideas for saving money, recipes and some funny memes


Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems – 1:00 daily, he also has other YouTube video lessons.


Make – free art classes on their Facebook page


Cleveland Inner City Ballet – Virtual Online Ballet Instruction Program, FREE of charge. You will be able to access the program on their Facebook page at Cleveland Inner City Ballet Facebook and on the website under the tab Virtual Ballet Instruction.


Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall – free digital concerts


Chris Field – Serial Disruptor offered  free virtual adventures on his Facebook page each day for a week.  You can watch the replays on his page if you miss any. He also shares stories that edify and spread joy. 


Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Home Safari Facebook Live Events

Join us for a Home Safari Facebook Live each weekday at 3pm EDT where we will highlight one of our amazing animals and include an activity you can do from home. Join us starting Monday, March 16 at 3pm EDT for our first Home Safari- featuring Fiona!


12 Famous Museums Offering Virtual Tours


Adventures in Familyhood – 20 virtual field trips to take with your children


Mystery Science – free easy science lessons (secular as far as I can tell)


Homeschool Science with YouTube by Freedom Homeschooling – a list of YouTube Science Channels (I don’t know if it is secular or Christian)


TED-ED Video Playlist – I have not vetted the videos and am sure that many will not have a Christian worldview. This is a list of educational videos about a wide variety of subjects that are available from https://www.ted.com


Simplicity Parenting - "Imagine your life… with a sense of ease as you begin to limit distractions and say no to too much, too fast, too soon. Today’s busier, faster, supersized society is waging an undeclared war . . . on childhood.   Internationally renowned family counselor Kim John Payne and the team at Simplicity Parenting help you reclaim for your children – for your whole family – the space and freedom we all need. This simplifying path allows kids individuality to shine and their attention flourish.


Preschoolmom.com – Butterfly Life Cycle Worksheet – there are more resources on their page and you can sign up for emails as well.


ROAD TRIP FROM HOME: VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS - written by Carly Hallman is a great list of virtual field trips that includes museums, landmarks, the largest cave in the world, the National Aquarium, the rainforest, and so many more places to explore.  Shout out and Thank You to Skylar from Kellytown Troop 75 for sharing this great resource!  https://www.titlemax.com/articles/road-trip-from-home-virtual-field-trips

Homeschool Connect Expo Curriculum Fair – March 15 to April 15, 2021. This was an online homeschool convention where colleges and universities from all over the country make themselves available to discuss various academic programs. There are recordings of various speakers that registrants can still watch. Interested parents and students can search for schools by name. It’s free to register.

Here is the link for more information https://homeschoolconnectexpo.com

Trinity Homeschooling Academy - "We have a three fold mission to support homeschoolers in the area. First we have a support group. Secondly, Trinity also has a co-op. The last part of our ministry is our resource center which has classes for both MS and HS."

Here is a link to tell you more about the co-op - https://iccinc.org

This is the link for their website - https://www.trinityhomeschoolsacademy.com

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