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A to Z Home's Cool

A to Z Home's Cool

Homeschooling is Cool! A to Z Home’s Cool community website will help you homeschool your kids from preschool, kindergarten, through homeschooling high school with free online education, home-friendly lesson ideas, educational websites, helpful articles, top homeschool programs, books, materials, curriculum… and best of all… Homeschool Friends! Ann Zeise – the name behind A to...
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Homeschool Buyers Co-op

Homeschool Buyers Co-op

The Homeschool Buyers Co-op is the nation’s largest purchasing cooperative for homeschooling families. School districts get educational discounts — why not homeschoolers? The reason is simple: school districts have purchasing power and homeschoolers don’t because they buy as individuals. The Co-op changes that by combining the purchasing power of thousands of homeschooling families around...
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Clay for Kids

Clay for Kids

“Few art projects are so satisfying as messing about with clay. It can be enjoyed by kids of almost all ages, from tots to teens; you can do practically anything with it; and it just plain feels good. It won’t poison you if you eat it. It’s relatively easy to clean up (unless stomped...
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Bartleby: Great Books Online

The concluding line of Herman Melville’s classic American short story, Bartleby, the Scrivener, reads: “Ah Bartleby, Ah Humanity!” And so, Bartleby.com, after the humble character of its namesake scrivener, or copyist, publishes the classics of literature, nonfiction, and reference free of charge. Bartleby.com began as a personal research experiment in 1993 and within one...
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Happy 4th of July!

HEM Resources Editor Mary Nix has gathered a delightful collection of links to Independence Day-related resources, including a terrific "History of the Fourth" from PBS ("When in the course of human events..."), and a "create your own fireworks" feature complete with music!
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