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Blogger: Michelle Wilbert

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Blogger: Michelle Wilbert

From the post A Free Range Family at Michelle’s Close to the Root: Long before I ever got serious about having children, I made the decision not to send them to school. I had never heard of “Homeschooling” at the time; I was truly surprised, delightedly so, when I discovered, in the mid-1980′s, that...
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Encyclopedia Britiannica

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Encyclopedia Britiannica

Encyclopaedia Britannica offers over 120,000 articles, an updated world atlas, thousands of images and videos, an online dictionary and thesaurus, over 300,000 articles from respected magazines and journals, news headlines, a guide to the Web’s best sites, -and much more, with articles and media developed especially for children aged 9 to 14, with research...
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Skipping Stones

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Skipping Stones

Where else could you read a true story by a 14 year old Indonesian girl, a poem by a 9 year old Japanese boy and see pictures drawn by kids from all over the globe? Skipping Stones describes itself as “a non-profit children’s magazine that encourages cooperation, creativity and celebration of cultural and linguistic...
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Taking Charge

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Taking Charge

Since 1992 the column Taking Charge Through Homeschooling, which appears in every issue of Home Education Magazine, has been covering topics of interest and importance to homeschooling families. Written by Larry and Susan Kaseman, who are homeschooling parents, grandparents, authors, and fierce advocates for homeschooling, the column offers in-depth analysis, informative commentary, and sensible...
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Free-Ed.net

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Free-Ed.net

Free-Ed.net is “the world’s largest, fastest growing, most highly regarded source of totally free education. Serving the education needs of a global community since 1997. No tuition, no books to buy, no hidden fees It’s free … all of it!” Free-Ed is geared primarily toward adults seeking to continue or supplement their education, but...
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Sir Ken: Changing Education Paradigms

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Sir Ken: Changing Education Paradigms

Sir Ken Robinson is a world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA’s Benjamin Franklin award. For over 250 years the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) has been a cradle of enlightenment thinking and a force for social progress. Their approach is multi-disciplinary, politically independent and...
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Top Ten Gems

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Top Ten Gems

Linda Dobson’s Top 10 Gems – “What I wish someone would have told me during my first year of homeschooling,” is excerpted from Linda’s book, The First Year of Homeschooling Your Child. Linda, creator of the delightful Parent at the Helm (PATH) site, lists the top 10 gems that homeschooling parents have contributed when...
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Printables from About.com

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Printables from About.com

Free printable worksheets, activity pages and coloring pages for your homeschool day for variety and fun, from About.com, where homeschooling guide Beverly Hernandez provides a fun, safe, and very informative site for homeschoolers of all experience levels!
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Children’s Picture Book Database

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Children’s Picture Book Database

The Children’s Picture Book Database at Miami University (CPBD@MU) is a bibliography for designing literature-based thematic units for all disciplines. The database contains abstracts of over 5000 picture books for children, preschool to grade 3. Search over 900 keywords (topics, concepts, and skills) to locate books with storylines adaptable to your curriculum or program....
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National Geographic Kids

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National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Kids features different people, animals, and places each month with facts, games, activities, and related links. Browse animals from AZ with National Geographic Kids’ in-depth Creature Features, including amazing photo and video footage from the world’s wild places. Read news stories on the National Geographic Kids News Bites blog, The mission of...
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