I came across the files I used when I taught preschool & K and thought some of our homeschool parents could use these for extra pratice & goodies... Beginning letters, numbers, colors & shapes: http://www.dltk-kids.com/ Good for 2-4 year olds who are just learning basics, letter and number tracers, early social studies. http://www.janbrett.com/index.html A children's author, Jan Brett, has loads of goodies that go with her books, as well as holiday things. A favorite here is the wall mural pages that let several kids or a whole family work on the mural together (instead of butcher paper buy a few rolls of cheap wrapping paper at the 99 cent store and use the white side). http://www.edhelper.com/ There's alot that's free here, but for only $20/year you can access everything on the site, well worth it for things like math and social studies. http://www.starfall.com/ The best phonics site, I can't say enough good about it, kids love it beyond belief, teachers love it, it's all free, there's mini copies of thier books to print, it's fab. http://www.time4learning.com/ $16/ month Once starfall has been mastered this site does the next steps, it covers math, reading, history, & science in 15 minute mini lessons, enjoyable and good for kids who need extra pratice (or mommies who need 15 mins of byc time).