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Homeschooling - Search & Start Pages

Family-Safe Start-Up Page
With sections on education, homeschooling, homework help, family, reference, travel, kids, business, entertainment, sports, health, news & media, general interest, autos, hobbies and crafts, and shopping.

Arranges hand-picked Web sites into 500 categories, which are searchable and browsable, in the area below the search engine. Each site is checked personally, and all are guaranteed safe for children. Best of the Net is their list of 20 top websites.

Awesome Christian Sites (Cross Daily)
One of the largest indices of Christian sites on the Web. Ranked by Web patrons' votes. Homeschool page lists almost 100 briefly annotated and rated links. Also provides Bible search, news, shopping, chat features and more.

Best of the Christian Web
Offers news, weather, polls, cartoons, Internet access, Website hosting, etc. Topic guides are Bible Study; Books, Bibles & More; Broadcasting; Chat Rooms; Churches; Christian Businesses; Education; Evangelism/Missions; Home & Family; Internet Resources, Mega Sites, Ministries/Organizations, Miscellaneous, Music, Pastor Resources, Personal Home Pages, Publications, Software. Home-schooling section included 38 links as of 05/00. Links are listed in alpha order within sub-topics, with rankings noted.

NCubator Christian Resource Directory (Ontario, CAN)
"Cubes" on Arts/Entertainment, Bible Study/Sermons, Children/Youth, Christian Business, Churches, Current Events Commentary, Deeper Thoughts, Discipleship, Education/Homeschool, Evangelism/Missions, Faith Walk, Health/Fitness, Marriage/Family, Money/Finance, Praise and Worship, Prayer/Revival, and Recovery/Apiction.

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Resources are ranked within each topic; the first listed is the most useful and the last the least useful, in my opinion. This is based on depth and breadth of content, quality of links, ease of use, organisational structure, and general appearance.

A resource ranked last may be a great resource for a limited audience, or it may be an OK resource that's meant for a large audience. I have not listed resources I found to be anything but great or good, except for national organisations. Suggestions are always welcomed.
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