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How to Homeschool Your Child Using Kindle Unlimited

If you are familiar with Charlotte Mason homeschooling, you will know that living books make up most of a Charlotte Mason homeschool curriculum. Even if you’re not using the Charlotte Mason method, books can be the primary source of your child’s education. Here’s how to homeschool your child using Kindle Unlimited.

This is for ALL GRADES! Preschool-Highschool!

How to Homeschool Your Child Using Kindle Unlimited

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How to Homeschool Your Child Using Kindle Unlimited

There are plenty of homeschooling curriculums out there that use books as a foundation.

Just to name a few…

  • Sonlight
  • Heart of Dakota
  • My Father’s World
  • Winter’s Promise

You can use Kindle Unlimited along with these programs and save a ton of money! Or… you can use Kindle Unlimited and create your own curriculum.

Book Ideas for Creating Your Own Curriculum

Here are a few book ideas divided by subject that you can use to create your own curriculum with Kindle Unlimited. Don’t think that these are the only books to choose from. Let this be a guide. You can search Kindle Unlimited for any book that you’d like to use.

This list is only to inspire you, and to show you what Kindle Unlimited can offer your homeschool. These books are endless, so I couldn’t possibly list them all in one post.

*I’ve labeled some of these books by approximate grade level.


Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison (1st-3rd)

Prairie School (1st-3rd)

Out of Darkness: The Story of Louis Braille (5th-7th)

The Magna Carta (Documenting U.S. History) (3rd-6th)

Amazing World Atlas: Bringing the World to Life (ages 9-12)

The Everything American Government Book: From the Constitution to Present-Day Elections, All You Need to Understand Our Democratic System


Discovering Great Artists: Hands-On Art for Children in the Styles of the Great Masters  (preschool-7th)

How to Draw: Easy Techniques and Step-by-Step Drawings for Kids (ages 9-12)

How to Draw Animals: Learn to Draw Animals Using Basic Shapes and Lines (All grade levels)

Language Arts/ Reading

EP Third Reader

The Happy Hollisters

Learn to Read with Reading Eggs Box Set 1: Lessons 1–10 (Preschool-First)


Mastering Essential Math Skills Book Two Middle Grades/High School

Mastering Essential Math Skills Book One Grades 4 and 5

Digital Multiplication Flash Cards in Color

Calculus 1 – Differentiation and Integration: Over 1,900 Solved Problems

Visual Fractions: A Beginning Fractions Book

Science/ Nature Study/Natural History

Exploring Nature Activity Book for Kids: 50 Creative Projects to Spark Curiosity in the Outdoors

Galileo and the Magic Numbers

The Ocean of Truth: The Story of Sir Isaac Newton

The Everything Kids’ Easy Science Experiments Book: Explore the world of science through quick and fun experiments!

The Life and Times of the Ant (Preschool-3rd)


Aesop’s Fables (K-5)

The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights 

The Tale of Benjamin Bunny (Preschool/Kindergarten)


Sarah, Plain and Tall

Sense and Sensibility (Highschool)

Northanger Abbey (Highschool)

Island of the Blue Dolphins

Wuthering Heights (Highschool)

The Borrowers

The Hobbit (Lord of the Rings) (Middle School- Highschool)

Homeschool Mom Reads (Mother Culture)

Five Minute Devotions for the Homeschool Mom

Unhurried Grace for a Mom’s Heart: 31 Days in God’s Word

Homeschool Adventures: Learning Through the Power of Field Trips (Live, Learn, Work at Home)

Character Study

Seeds and Trees: A children’s book about the power of words

Foreign Language

The Everything Kids’ Learning French Book: Fun exercises to help you learn francais

The Everything Essential Latin Book: All You Need to Learn Latin in No Time

Animals in French and English


Charlotte Mason: 10 Homeschool Lessons

Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream for Kids

Something For Everyone

Kindle Unlimited has something for everyone regardless of what method you use to homeschool!

Tell me about some of your great finds to Homeschool Your Child Using Kindle Unlimited.

This concept goes great with Build Your Own Charlotte Mason Curriculum. If your interested in creating your own curriculum, use the link to check it out.

How to Homeschool Your Child Using Kindle Unlimited

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