One of the website I visit almost daily is Feebie of the Day.  Every weekday they offer a free resource and today's resource was a link to Heritage History.  Heritage History says it "Puts the Story Back into History."  The idea is that rather than teach history from a textbook where someone else is interpreting history for you, you instead read from storybooks of the time. 

Heritage History has taken many old books that are no longer copyright protected and converted them to an online format for easy access.  They even have color pictures included.  They cover many different civilizations and offer other features with their website like maps, the ability to ask question and read responses, and also their advice on history teaching.  I think this could be a huge part of any history education and it is free.

I hope you will find this resource useful.  I have also compiled other online book websites on my Free Online Books page.
If you haven't joined yet, you need to sign up for the Homeschool Buyers Co-op.  Membership is FREE!  There are many benefits to joining this co-op.  First off, you get to buy curriculum at lower prices than you can find elsewhere.  They are continuously adding new packages and group buys.  I most recently bought a spanish program from them during a large group buy.  It was a great deal.

Another feature of this co-op is the ability to earn points.  You get points for signing up, for buying something, for reviewing field trips, and you can even win points, like I did.  The homeschool co-op likes to hold contests where you can win things like gift cards, iPads, and even points.  I won 5000 points in one contest and used it to buy The American Heritage video series.  These points can be used to buy many of their curriculum they offer.

They send out a email newsletter once a week letting you know what the curriculum deals are, any contests they are having, what upcoming deals that are in the works, and information on deals they are looking into.  They also have a facebook page which is where you enter many of the contests.

On their website you can view field trips all around the country and get information on them and read reviews.  You can find free curriculum resources as well.  These are just a few of the things they have to offer.  Check out Homeschool Buyer Co-op to see all the other things they have to offer.

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Dr. Mercola is now offering his Nutritional Typing program along with a cookbook, all for FREE.  This program determines whether you are a protein, carb, or mixed type.  I haven't done it yet, but I believe it has you try out different foods and then observe your body to see how it responds.  This observation is how you end up figuring out your food type. 
I just updated my site with some free multiple subject curriculum.
Check out my website page on free online books, audiobooks, and videos.  There is sure to be something for everyone.  I still have tons of work to do on my website, but this is one of the pages that I have put quite a bit of info onto.