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So, you've decided you'd like to have a closer look at home educating, or you've even made the decision to do it and now you'd like to find out where you can get curricula from. There is no end to the number of places that you can get curriculum resources from. Here are just some examples of where you can find curricula for free and for a charge:


  • Book shops
  • Libraries
  • Educational supply shops - like the ones that supply to schools
  • Local home educating families and networks
  • Online downloads
  • In your house - the home is full of things that you can turn in to learning for kids
  • Your back yard
  • The local shops
  • Computer software

The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) is an independent statutory authority that will improve the learning of all young Australians through world-class school curriculum, assessment and reporting.

The internet - the internet is a massive resource for anything you can think of to help you educate your children. If you have some time to invest in searching the internet for your curriculum you can save a bundle and expose your children to so much more knowledge than they would get exposed to at school.

Almost everywhere you turn you can find resources and things that you can turn into a learning experience for your children.

A place that you might like to start is our Free Resource Listing under the Education Resource tab. We provide this directory for businesses to list their services and products so that you can find them. Also take a look at the Online Educational Subscriptions on offer, many discounted for HEA members. More found under the Discounts tab on our homepage.

If you are interested in looking at the various education departments standards and the Australian Curriculum: