Author and speaker with over 25 years of homeschooling experience; advocate of the "simple, unhurried approach to homeschooling" - durendawilson.com
Second Gen Homeschool
Encouragement from Greenhouse Homeschool director and second-generation homeschooler - secondgenhomeschool.com
Kate's Homeschool Math Help
Resources on teaching math at home and making sense of methods and curriculum, plus a guide for a DIY math manipulatives kit that won't break the bank - kateshomeschoolmath.com
Homeschooling with Dyslexia
Practical resources for teaching children with dyslexia at home, from a homeschooling mom of seven dyslexic children - homeschoolingwithdyslexia.com
Curriculum & Books
One of the best sites for buying and selling used homeschool curriculum - homeschoolclassifieds.com
Rainbow Resource Center
Family-owned business carrying nearly every homeschool curriculum out there, and with very competitive prices - rainbowresource.com
Family-owned small business. Here you'll find many helpful homeschooling resources, lesser-known curriculum and educational games, and a lot of inspiration if you want to piece together your curriculum DIY-style: legacyhomeschool.com
A nice option for curriculum, books and games: christianbook.com
Plus, Don't Forget Your Local Library!
Library cards are free for residents! Of course, libraries these days feature a lot of books that may not mesh with your family's faith, moral beliefs, and worldview. However, that doesn't mind you can't sort things through and take advantage of the many other great books they also have.
In the past few years, technology has greatly expanded the resources available at local libraries. In addition to going into the library and selecting books from the shelves, you can search online catalogs (with access to any book in your library's region!) and request that specific items be sent to your library for pickup. Plus, many ebooks and audiobooks are available for free through apps including Hoopla and Libby, provided you log in with your library card.