Posts Tagged ‘ Curriculum Materials ’


EDSITEment is “the best of the humanities on the web from the National Endowment for the Arts”. This educational partnership brings online humanities resources from some of the world’s great museums, libraries, cultural institutions, and universities directly to your classroom. Some of the subjects listed there are: Arts and Culture Literature and Language Arts...
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Journey North

Greetings from Journey North, a science, math, technology, and geography project supported by Annenberg Media. Below you’ll find an announcement about our free online studies for K-12 classrooms. Please share it with educators in your network. Free Online Project: Students Track Seasons, Animal Migrations Teachers and students in K-12 classrooms are invited to participate...
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Complete Idiot Guides Series

Whether they are “right-brained creative types” or “left-brained analytical academics”, each year many of the nation’s 34 million high school and college student struggle to stay afloat in a host of required math and science courses that threaten to wreck havoc with a student’s important GPA. And, while College Board findings indicate that students...
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Trash Talk and Towards Understanding by Dave and Lillian Brummet

Trash Talk and Towards Understanding Authors Dave and Lillian Brummet have written two books, Trash Talk and Towards Understanding. Trash Talk, a guide for anyone concerned about his or her impact on the environment, offers useful solutions for the individual to reduce waste and better manage resources. Towards Understanding is a collection of 120...
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Early American Paper Quilling

Early American Paper Quilling from Home Education Magazine’s Hands-On Learning Columnist- Kathy Ceceri She writes: “Back in Colonial America, hobbies were serious business. Whether they were taught at home or at school, girls were expected to learn their own kind of three “R’s”: refinements, recreations, and reading novels. As author Felice Hodges writes in...
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Uncle Dan’s Algebra

#1 ALGEBRA—- “Algebra Videos and Free Workbook”, We are homeschool parents of 8 kids – 6 down, 2 to go. My wife and I have been teaching both inside and outside of schools for over 20 years. I have prepared a series of videos that teaches ALGEBRA and is specifically designed for homeschooling. I...
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West Texas A &M University’s Free College Algebra Tutorial

From the site: “If you need help in college algebra, you have come to the right place. Note that you do not have to be a student at WTAMU to use any of these online tutorials. They were created as a service to anyone who needs help in these areas of math.” Visit them...
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Bamboo Zoo

A PANDA ON A MISSION… Bamboo Zoo teaches children to make responsible, healthy decisions for themselves and for the planet with the help of Lester and his friends. What are we doing? Bamboo Zoo is focused on creating products for children that teach them about their health, wellness practices, and sustainable living. The creators...
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World History Through Crafts

Kathy Ceceri’s World History Through Crafts‘ website is a work in progress, but it’s already a wonderful source of inspiration for world history and cultures. Visit World History Through Craft’s and you will find: Early American Pastimes Ancient Celtic Metal Work Life in the Arctic Prehistoric Cave Paintings The Abacus and the History of Counting...
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Home Baking Association

Recently, the Home Baking Association contacted Home Education’s Magazine to let us know about the many resources at their website. I visited the site today and found it does indeed offer many interesting resources. There are Baking Tips, Educator’s Resources: A Baker’ s Dozen Lessons for Better Baking, Recipes, contests and more. I particularly...
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    An HEM Interview between filmmaker Jeremy Stuart and HEM’s editor, Barb Lundgren, published in HEM’s September-October 2014 issue From home study and kitchen table math, to perpetual recess and park days, Class Dismissed follows the story of an ordinary American family in their quest to educate their children outside the school system. As they struggle […]


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