For those already Homeschooling
The following are links to sites that I think are particularly useful to those already actively homeschooling. You might find other links on a few of the other pages that are useful too, so feel free to browse through and enjoy!
Math, Science, History, Language Arts (core) sites
Project Wild is a project done in association with Texas Parks and Wildlife. They offer a curriculum online for K-12 and have lots of fun print outs and ideas for kids (or parents) to use to explore their own backyard or any one of the state parks. Very good site for those wanting to study science in a real world enviroment.
This site is mostly made up of links to other sites...but it really is an awesome site. Mostly he covers history and all it's different aspects here, but it's worth going into the "Library" and "Mentors Hall" too for all that he's got listed there. The Mentors Hall has a link to an online frog dissection that would be useful to anyone queasy about doing a live one for science (just to name one thing found there). He also includes myths and legends as part of the historical links pages. Overall excellent site!
This is a long list of links of use to homeschoolers with a pretty decent list of pagan related sites.
This is the Texas Parks and Wildlife site for kids. Has just about everything they have available for kids listed here. Very cool for science.
I couldn't leave this one out. This is the site for Space Center Houston. They have resources and suggested curriculum for those studying about space and the science involved.
A links list that will be as interesting to the parents as to the kids. This list has links to everything from Texas history, language arts (such as Asimov), and math to swordplay, engineering (how steel is made, etc) and music.
This site has some very good stuff for kids and parents. There's even a pagan alphabet to help little ones learn the basic ABC's as well as suggested reading for homeschooled pagans.
Extracurricular Sites and Fun Stuff
This is the pagan answer to Boy and Girl Scout's. See if there's a group near you or start one.
A free online beginner's course on the Welsh language. It also includes links to other sources for those wanting to learn more. I am including alternative languages other than the "standard" ones since I think all kids should have a choice and the standard languages are easier to find courses for.
I have the link set to go directly to Irish, but there's actually a large choice of languages to learn here. If you get the Lite version the download is free. There is a charge for a full version of the software. This program allows you to hear the words being said as well as typing them in and getting quizzed on it. BBC's Muzzy is probably better for little kids, but this is probably better for older kids and adults.
Covenant of the Goddess has two awards that they give out to kids. It's available to Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Campfire Scouts or any of the scouting programs, but isn't limited to that. You can have your own clergy or a parent supervise the program. The Over the Moon award is given to kids ages 8-11 who have gone through the program and completed all of the requirements. The Hart and Crescent award is for ages 12-18 and is given to those who have completed the slightly more difficult program meant for the older kids. The booklets cost $3 each (and there is one for the adult supervisor that's separate). Once the award is earned there is a $15 charge to order it.