I like this site because it has ideas for many ages, not just preschool or elementary aged children. And it teaches parents how to teach their children - how easy is that? It also provides product reviews, ways to save money on home teaching activities or supplies, and guest posts by other "mommy teachers."
I like this site most of all because her mission is one I try to accomplish with my students' parents on a daily basis: You can teach your children at home, no matter your age, education level/experience, or schedule. You don't have to be super creative - there are mountains of resources available for free (think: library or internet) and thousands of people out there who have put a lot of time into creating those resources.
If you're a stay-at-home-mommy, a working mommy, a single mommy, or an everything mommy, you can teach your children from the time they are newborns. I'll even go to far as to say you should be teaching them. They're yours! Their development is ultimately your responsibility. Not your daycare workers', not their teachers', not their soccer coaches', YOURS.
I might be a little adamant about this point, but I see so many children whose education is simply left up to their teachers and completely neglected at home. It's a tragedy to me because having children is such a privilege, and many parents let that opportunity go to waste. The results can be clearly observed in the embarrassing state of our schools in America and our gradual decline in the world's standing. The problem doesn't start being solved with more funding for schools; it begins at home, one child at a time, with parents who care enough about their children to take a few minutes every day to invest in their development.
Sermon over. Check out The Mommy Teacher!
(I just happened upon The Mommy Teacher, this isn't a paid endorsement! And I'm not necessarily saying I agree with or support every single thing on her site, either.)