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Thank you for visiting Budget Homeschool. This section of our site provides free resources for homeschooling parents and students on a variety of topics and subject matter. I hope you find these links useful.

While I do my best to keep this list as up-to-date as possible, some websites do fall by the wayside. If you find a bad link, or a link that should be included here, please let me know.

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    • Kids Cooking Lessonsby Kids Cooking Activities Ages: 3 - 18Children from any age can help in the kitchen and learn culinary skills. Our kids cooking lessons are divided into age appropriate groups. It might be scary and stressful to imagine your kids in the kitchen. Try to remember the benefits of teaching...Subjects: terms, baste, batter, cube, dissolve, garnish, hull, mince

    • Education in the Kitchenby Dori Young Ages: 3 - 17Cooking is more than about eating. It's more than just satisfying a basic need. Cooking is the ultimate way to educate your child. Cooking crosses all developmental domains (cognitive, physical, mental, social and emotional)...Subjects: educate, cooking, kitchen, grocery, basic skills, learning

    • Old Fashioned Education Home Economicsby Miss Maggie Ages: 12 - 18This curriculum is built largely, but not completely, on public domain texts. A collection of educational resource links and articles for the housewife in training. These books haven't been dumbed-down to a lower standard or watered-down...Subjects: economics, meals, clothing, nutrition, budget, child care, housekeeping, cooking, lessons,

    • Cooking With Kidsby Belinda Mooney Ages: 4+Getting your kids in the kitchen is a great way to spend time with your kids. Cooking with kids is a wonderful adventure. So grab your chef's hat and apron, get your spatula and mixing bowl and let's get cooking.Subjects: kids, activities, cooking, recipes, lunch, baking, veggies

    • Why You Should Never Buy Packaged Ground Beef Againby Tommy Werner Ages: 14+Beneath all of a burger's cheese, bacon, and fancy condiments, there's a patty. It's the reason you fired up the grill in the first place. And unfortunately, it's sometimes too perfect...Subjects: cooking, resources, grill, recipes, butcher counter, tenderness,

    • Julia Child Lessons with Master Chefsby PBS Ages: 10+PBS is home to Julia Child. Since her first cooking program aired on public television in 1963, she has inspired millions of amateur cooks and many professional chefs with her well-honed skills, easy kitchen spirit, and passion for learning.Subjects: master chef, baking, cooking, videos, program, tricks, tips

    • Cookery Terms by Teaching Treasures Ages: 7 - 18Anyone wishing to encourage and instill a passion for learning will benefit from our educational resources. Parents can provide their children with extra quality educational activities that will improve and encourage further learning.Subjects: bake, baste, puree, poach, stew, blend, chop, dice, dredge

    • Cooking Basicsby Ida Bailey Allen Ages: 10+Three centuries ago in Plymouth, breakfast was served at dawn, on long, narrow, bare tables. There was one high salt shaker in the middle. Home-hewed wooden trenches were used for plates, one for two children or a man and wife.Subjects: history, culture, cooking, food, preparation, pewter, gourds, kettle

    • Chef Talk Ages: 14+Serious about cooking? Chef Talk is a terrific resource on everything from soup to nuts and in between. Learn cooking terms, read reviews, find links, recipes, lots of how-to and more...Subjects: forum, reciptes, articles, blogs, culinary, resources, advanced

    • What is sugar?by Science of Cooking Ages: 12+The white stuff we know as sugar is sucrose, a molecule composed of 12 atoms of carbon, 22 atoms of hydrogen, and 11 atoms of oxygen.Subjects: sucrose, glucose, atoms, hydogen, plants, candy, cooking

    • Chicken Quesadillasby Dori Young Ages: 3 - 10Let the kids do as much as possible on their own, as this should be a hands-on experience. Kids learn by doing; they will not gain anything if you try to do things for them. Includes shopping list.Subjects: cooking, recipe, kids, training, lesson, pre-k, easy, shopping

    • Fruit Pizza Recipeby Cooking with Kids Ages: 7 - 15This delicious fruit pizza is perfect for all kinds of parties and events. Kids can help make this pizza and they can add their favorite fruits. Everyone will want the recipe for this quick and easy fruity pizza.Subjects: pizza, thin, crust, fresh fruit, banana, pineapple, cherries

    • Learn How To Make Cheese Ages: 10+Jim Wallace, our "tech guy" adds a wonderful new cheese making recipe monthly, complete with history and make procedure. Beginner? Our cheese making 1,2,3 Section will teach you about cheese making from start to finish. When you're ready we have 100+ free recipes in our Recipe Section. If you need help along the "whey" our How-To Section is filled with great tutorials.Subjects: how to, natural, cheese, old-fashioned, raw milk, dairy, process, recipes

    • How to tell a bad eggby David Scott Matthews Ages: 9+One of the things that my family loves most about living in the country is that we get to eat fresh eggs from our genuine free-range chickens. But then, free-range chickens don't always play by the rules; sometimes they don't lay their eggs in the nesting boxes we've so thoughtfully provided.Subjects: article, free-range chickens, freshness, eggs, crack, adventure

    • American Apple Crispby Dori Young Ages: 5 - 8Kids learn by doing; they will not gain anything if you try to do things for them. Pick a time that you and your child are relaxed and can take the time to make a mess and have fun. Includes shopping list.Subjects: cooking, recipe, kids, shopping, training, lesson plan, hands-on

    • The Cold Water Testby Science of Candy Ages: 10+As a sugar syrup is cooked, water boils away, the sugar concentration increases, and the temperature rises. The highest temperature that the sugar syrup reaches tells you what the syrup will be like when it cools.Subjects: stages, thread, hard-ball, crack, caramelizing, sugar

    • World's Tastiest Egg Rollsby Dori Young Ages: 13 - 17Kids at this age need to be supervised when working in the kitchen as this recipe may require them to utilized sharp utensils and work around high heat. Dori Young, owner of Kids Cooking in Antioch, California offers kids cooking classes.Subjects: cooking, instruction, lesson, Education in the Kitchen

    • Fall Means Apple Timeby Annette M. Hall Ages: 8+Apples are kid friendly, something you can feel good about your child eating. Kids and apples go hand-in-hand, sort of like peanut butter and jelly. Which reminds me, peanut butter makes a terrific topping for apple slices...Subjects: harvest, fresh apples, cider, donuts, snackables

    • Pomeberry Smoothieby Dori Young Ages: 9 - 12Unless marked "Adult Assistance," all steps can be done by kids. Kids learn by doing; they will not gain anything if you try to do it all for them. A perfect end result is not the objective. The objective is for you and your child to have fun.Subjects: Education in the Kitchen