Homeschool materials that fit your child's needs

    We apologize, at this time we are not able to carry A Beka or Teaching Textbooks due to restrictions from these suppliers. We encourage you to contact us about alternative curricula and/or supplemental materials. Our individualized approach to homeshooling is not based around a single curriculum, but rather the needs of your child. After talking with us, you may find other materials that are more suitable to your child's disposition and learning styles. We wish you the best in finding curriculum that is right for your child, and promise to be here to help no matter what program choices you may decide.

About Janice . . .

Janice Price

Since her twenty-year homeschooling career has been followed by seven years (and counting) as Rainbow’s homeschooling and product consultant, Janice Price considers homeschooling a way of life - a meaningful and purposeful way of life. She and Scott (her husband for 32 years) have three children, Rachel, Anna, and David - all homeschooled from kindergarten (birth, actually) through high school graduation; all three now university graduates. As with many homeschooling moms, Janice has worn various related hats - coordinator of a new to homeschooling support group; educational consultant for Westbridge Academy (an umbrella school for home educated, gifted students); administrator of Peoria Co-operative Academy which is both a history-based unit study co-op and a type of support school offering science labs, choirs, and classes on a variety of subjects; exhibit hall coordinator for the local home school convention. Janice has a B.A. from Phillips University and a M.Ed. from Idaho State University and before her homeschooling career, worked for several years in student personnel administration at three different universities.


About Donna . . .

Donna Krahn

With over 25 years in education, Donna Krahn comes with classroom experience. She has been married to Gary Krahn for almost 30 years and is the mom of Steve and Suzy. During her time in the classroom, she has taught at a variety of levels and subjects, from preschool to high school. Over the years she has volunteered in many capacities, been a junior high and high school youth sponsor in her church, and tutored students who needed a little extra help. She has organized science fairs and workshops, and has judged spelling bees and speech contests for ACSI. Donna joined the Rainbow Resource team in 2006, loves it, and looks forward to a long and happy career serving the homeschool community. Donna has a bachelor’s degree in Christian education and a second bachelor’s degree with a concentration in early childhood education, both from Lincoln Christian College.


About Deanne . . .

Deanne Crawford

Deanne’s journey into homeschooling began in 1997 after removing her oldest child from the neighborhood K-8 school. Deanne then educated her daughter, Amanda through high school and is currently teaching her son, Jackson, a sophomore. Eclectic in her approach, she prefers to pick and choose what she feels will work best for her children and is a self proclaimed “curriculum junkie.” Inspired by the Moore approach, Deanne and her family have included service as a core part of the children’s education. As a family, they have served on the local homeschool convention committee, with Deanne acting as the Speaker Coordinator for the past 9 years. She and her husband, Manuel, have also served on the board of directors for their local homeschool group for 7 years.