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ttfuture-org2

We build bridges of understanding between the visionary research community and those who are caring for and mentoring children. Our focus is the caregiver. By helping those who care for children become more knowledgeable, sensitive, and empathic, we Touch the Future of every child they meet. Visit Touch the Future – ttfuture.org today –...
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AwesomeStories.com

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AwesomeStories.com

AwesomeStories.com: The Story Place of the Web uniquely uses the Internet to link its story content to hundreds of thousands of the world’s best on-line primary sources. Enjoy an interactive learning experience as you see relevant maps, pictures, videos, artifacts, manuscripts and documents, in context, within each story. Take advantage of human-based searches for...
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology. The reviews have five different sections, including a plot summary, a section providing the essential information you need to make a...
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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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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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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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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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Vicky and Jen

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Vicky and Jen

VickyandJen.com is a unique podcast and family resource site about making life simple so you can enjoy What Really Matters. The shows sparkle with candid talk about simplifying and celebrating life and getting the most from the things that really matter. The free audio podcasts are categorized into topical collections of shows on Parenting,...
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Hands-On Learning

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Hands-On Learning

In these tough economic times, Kathy Ceceri’s wonderful collection of archived Hands-On Learning columns are just one more jewel that can be found within Home Education Magazine. In each column, Kathy offers easy to find resources and combines them with projects that are sure to inspire many hours of engaged and active learning with...
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