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Clothespin Button Racers

Clothespin Button Racers

These fun do-it-yourself Clothespin Button Racers from the Almost Unschooling blog are a delight for kids who love creating their own fun! A handful of items you probably have laying around, some simple instructions, clear photos, and an invitation to hours of learning and adventure!
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Pick and Draw

Pick and Draw

Pick and Draw is a fun, one-of-a-kind drawing game that teaches you how to make very creative cartoon faces. It is simple and easy to use providing endless hours of fun and learning. In five minutes or less you will know how to play! Click here to try it! Pick and Draw can be...
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Arts Recipes

Arts Recipes

Here’s a fun source for all those delightfully messy recipes for things like Play Dough, Goop, Macaroni Coloring, Peanut Butter Playdough, Non-Messy Fingerpaint, Puffy Paint, Soap Crayons, Silly Putty, Slime and all that other ooey-gooey stuff kids love! Click on over and see what fun you can have with a little flour, food coloring,...
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Blick’s Arts & Crafts Lessons

Blick’s Arts & Crafts Lessons

Blick Art Materials remains the premier art supply source for professional artists, students, and teachers, and their annual Artist’s and Educator’s catalogs, more than 500 and 600 pages, respectively, are considered industry “bibles.” They offer hundreds of printable lesson plans and video workshops designed to bring the value of creativity to any teaching experience,...
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Homespun Games

Homespun Games

Bring out your favorite board game—Pictionary, Monopoly, Snakes and Ladders, Aggravation! You already have fun playing it. Now it can be the stimulus for an even greater learning experience. Imagine your whole family gathered together around the kitchen table, laughing and sharing as you redesign that game to make it truly yours. You will...
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ABCya!

ABCya!

ABCya! is the leader in free educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students to learn on the web. All children’s educational computer games and activities were created or approved by certified teachers. ABCya! educational games are free and are modeled from primary grade lessons and enhanced to provide an interactive way for...
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Bright Ring Art Activities

Bright Ring Art Activities

Bright Ring Publishing, Inc. has been publishing award-winning art activity books for children since 1985, and their books, beloved by homeschoolers, include Scribble Art, Mudworks, Mudworks Bilingual Edition, Good Earth Art, Science Arts, Storybook Art, Discovering Great Artists, and Great American Artists for Kids, with MaryAnn Kohl as the primary author or co-author of...
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FunBrain

FunBrain

FunBrain is a fun educational website for kids to learn via free online games (math, grammar, science, spelling, history), flash arcades, web books, and playgrounds full of fun and educational entertainment. Flash games, homework help, reference and research for kids, parenting advice, teaching resources and much more make FunBrain.com a helpful site for all...
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50 EdTech Blogs for Homeschoolers

50 EdTech Blogs for Homeschoolers

50 EdTech Blogs Every Homeschooler Should Bookmark links to an assortment of helpful blogs on homeschooling which feature useful information on starting a homeschooling program, lesson plans, finding support, and much more. Categorized by blogs by teachers (who often double as parents and triple as bloggers in homeschooling), by experts, by groups, by communities,...
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Nick’s Mathematical Puzzles

Nick’s Mathematical Puzzles

The math puzzles presented here are selected for the deceptive simplicity of their statement, or the elegance of their solution. They range over geometry, probability, number theory, algebra, calculus, trigonometry, and logic. All require a certain ingenuity, but usually only pre-college math. Some puzzles are original. Explaining how an answer is arrived at is...
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