Many parents, when they decide to home school their children, first get excited about the idea, and then they become a little nervous as they do not know where to find some learning resources for their children. Whatever your kid's interest, if you use every source at your disposal, the path to getting an A+ on the report card will be quite easy.
The first source of knowledge you should turn to is beyond the shadow of a doubt your local library. You'd be surprised to see all the textbooks and manuals available there which are suitable for home schooling. If you want something a bit less traditional than books, most of today's libraries have audio books, videos and tapes. If you don't find anything to your liking, simply ask the librarian what other learning sources are available, and you'll be sure to find what you need.
The second resource available is home schooling groups. Each community usually has it's own group, as well as each state. These groups give your child the chance to interact with other children, of the same age and level. They plan trips, excursions which of course serve an educational purpose as well. There is also the possibility of interacting with other children's parents, so as to share valuable tips and tricks about home schooling; the knowledge transmitted in such places usually comes from experience, and thus is irreplaceable. If you can't find a home schooling group, consider making one yourself and become the leader!
The third place you can look for resources is online of course. The internet will serve as an endless well of lessons and tricks for your child's learning. There are also online classes available, and they can be of great help since they can teach the infant some concepts which the parents aren't very familiar with.
When it comes to home schooling, there really is no reason to get scared or nervous about where will you get the knowledge and training to properly home school your child; as you can see, the resources available to you are plentiful.