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YouTube - a homeschool mom's secret weapon


Whose child does not gravitate to a TV or computer? And especially, whose son does not yearn to spend every second they can watching something electronic? Harness this!

Do you know that there is a wealth of free videos on Youtube to teach your children everything from how to cook, dissect, march, play an instrument, draw, do algebra, and so much more.

I wanted to share this resource with you and had it in my notes to do so when I ran across this blog link I have here talking about pretty much what I have just shared. So, without further ado, please see what this mama has to say about Youtube.


By the way, before showing any Youtube videos to your children, please preview them first. In the same way, I do not recommend just turning them loose to search around on Youtube. I guarantee that most people do not have the same moral standards as your family does.

(Don't forget that Netflix is a great resource! Yes, I know it is not free, but it is very reasonable for what you receive in return. We watch lots of great Biblical and/or documentary or otherwise educational DVDs from them regularly.)

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the link to my YouTube for Homeschool Science post! You are absolutely right; I also don't recommend letting the kids loose on YouTube and we should definitely preview the videos. We have lots of conversations about being wary of the junk out there while we search for the good stuff.

    Like you, we've also found Netflix a great place to find video supplements to our homeschool experience. Especially now that many of the Discovery Channel documentaries are available on instant view.

    Thanks again for the shout out!