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Dictionaries (Updated July 23, 2017)

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Language (Updated July 23, 2017)

Mnemosyne Project (flash card program)
Architecture, Building & Construction Links for Kids
coursera.org Coursera online courses
lifeprint.com American Sign language University
Free ebooks Project Gutenberg
800 Free eBooks for iPad, Kindle & Other Devices openculture.com

Free geography tools
Precession @ NASA
HSLDA (Home School Legal Defense Association) U.S.A.: International
https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Category:Homeschooling
mind-mapping
Math here here


If you have an Android-based smart phone, there are lots of free educational programs (as in cost) in the Google Play Store. If you have a Gmail email account associated with your Android-based smart phone, you can browse for apps on your computer... I find that it's easier to copy and paste notes about different programs this way. In my browser, I login at gmail.com, then once I'm logged in, I enter "https://play.google.com/store" in the address bar and hit enter. I look at programs and if I find something interesting, I put it in my wish list. If I feel the program is wanting too much information (many programs don't need access to my personal information), I don't install it, I keep looking. If you have a dedicated Android device, i.e. without a conventional phone number associated with it, you could install to that instead. I recommend you manage your network and bluetooth settings by turning these services on only when needed, and run a router on your home network, only allow your devices (by entering associated MAC addresses) and shut wi-fi services off for nighttime.

Save time and effort by getting yourself a login at https://www.worldcat.org. Your research goes with you, whether you're on your smart phone, laptop, or at a library computer!