Curriculum Programs

Explorations Academy Online EAO

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Explorations Academy Online EAO

Go to EXPLORATIONS ACADEMY Online (EAO) NOW  Personalized, enthusiasm-based high school program Your own path to an education that matters Explore the questions that intrigue you Take a significant role in guiding your own education Learn about the world and how you can make a difference Find out more about who you are… and...
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Mindleaders Online Learning

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Mindleaders Online Learning

Why have 2,500+ clients in more than 30 countries chosen MindLeaders? MindLeaders provides individuals and organizations tailored e-based solutions to meet the development, performance and managerial demands of the 21st century. Home school parents get a real boost when the online courses from Mindleaders are added to the curriculum they use for high school...
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Center for Talent Development

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Center for Talent Development

Gifted Learning Programs   The Gifted Learning Links Program (GLL) Learn More About GLL Did you miss our virtual open house on May 22? Click here to watch a recording of the live session. Run by Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development, combines gifted education expertise with advanced technology to provide the consummate online...
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Sylvan Education Products

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Sylvan Education Products

Sylvan Learning Products Why Sylvan Works Sylvan has been a proven and trusted partner for parents for thirty years. The Sylvan™ line of educational products equips families with fun, effective, and grade-appropriate learning tools. Our workbooks and learning kits feature activities, stories, and games to reinforce the skills children need to develop and achieve...
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United States Mint – US Mint

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United States Mint Education pages! Get lots of high-quality teaching tools by clicking on the Educators image or links. Find children’s activities that make learning fun by clicking on the Kids image or links! US Mint has awesome high quality tools for teaching. Kids will find activities making learning fun.  Great way for homeschooling...
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Xtranormal: Text-to-movies

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Xtranormal: Text-to-movies

Do your homeschoolers have visions of becoming movie directors? Xtranormal’s Text-to-Movie site provides stock backgrounds, characters, soundtracks and movements that you string together to create your animated movie clip. Type what you want your character to say and you can even select what language he says it in – great for homeschoolers studying foreign...
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Schoolhouse Rock!

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Schoolhouse Rock!

Most adults have enjoyed the clever animation and rapid-fire lyrics of Schoolhouse Rock!, a series of musical educational short films that aired on television between 1973 and 1999 and covered subjects like grammar, science, economics, history, mathematics, and civics. A complete history is available at Wikipedia , and lyrics to most of the episodes...
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Google Sketchup

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Google Sketchup

Google Sketchup lets you create 3-D models of anything. You can build models from scratch, or you can download what you need. People all over the world share what they’ve made on the Google 3D Warehouse. Dozens of video tutorials, an extensive Help Center and a worldwide user community mean that anyone who wants...
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Eclectic Homeschool Online

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Eclectic Homeschool Online

Eclectic Homeschool Online is an outsdtanding web site which provides resources and assistance that allows homeschoolers to homeschool their children in a manner that suits each individual child’s needs and gifts. Their resource collection lists close to 3,000 reviews which you can search or browse by category. Eclectic Homeschool Lite is a companion site...
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Jan Brett’s Videos and Activities

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Jan Brett’s Videos and Activities

With over thirty six million books in print, Jan Brett is one of the nation’s foremost author illustrators of children’s books. Her books are known for colorful, detailed depictions of a wide variety of animals and human cultures ranging from Scandinavia to Africa. Her best-known titles include The Hat, The Mitten, The Three Snow...
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