Posts Tagged ‘ curricula ’

Educator.com

Educator.com has over 500 math and science subjects, presented via self-paced video learning programs, priced at $20 per month or a $200 annual subscription. The instructional videos are informative and easy to understand, and a helpful in-depth review can be found at the Heart of the Matter site.
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Shooting Hoops, Riding Bikes

In her article for the Sept/Oct 2000 issue of Home Education Magazine, “Shooting Hoops, Riding Bikes,” Sue Smith-Heavenrich explains Science and Math in a Kid’s World: “My younger son loves to play basketball. Or ride his bike through the just-melted mud patches on the logging road. Or follow frogs or kick a soccer ball...
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Good Stuff

“In all our years of homeschooling, we’ve never used a packaged curriculum, which is probably just as well. Knowing our kids’ unpredictable patterns of interests and opinionated personalities, I suspect it would have been substantial money down the tubes. Instead, we’ve found it easier – and more rewarding – to invent curricula of our...
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