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Just my own personal research on homeschooling resources and websites.
Because most of the websites are for fee, I would highly recommend visiting your neighborhood public school and talking to the staff about using old or discontinued textbooks along with the teacher’s guides.
It is difficult to find textbooks online that come with the teacher’s guides so I think this would be your best bet.
If you know any teachers talk to them and see if they can hook you up.
The library is an excellent resource for educational videos and non-fiction books.Amazing List of Homeschooling Websites *******
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