Posts Tagged ‘ Free Resources ’

FableVision

“FableVision is a media company dedicated to helping all learners discover their true potential. They create quality educational software and story-based, engaging media for children and adults. In addition to publishing  their own educational software, books and films, they collaborate with creative partners and producers to develop quality animation and interactive solutions for...
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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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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 School Buyers Co-op Supplier Sweepstakes

“Homeschooling families can now win great educational prizes in the Homeschool Buyers Co-op Supplier Sweepstakes.  Co-op membership is free to all homeschoolers.  You get eTickets to win supplier prizes simply by visiting the supplier’s website.  To do this, you click an eTicket symbol associated with a prize, and the Co-op’s patent-pending software records an...
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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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Celebrate Earth Day, April 22

Here are some Earth Day Resources: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Earth Day 2006 Online from The EnviroLink Network Earth Day Lesson Plans & Resources from the Science Spot Eduplace Earth Day Activities and Internet Resources Chemists Celebrate Earth Day
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Winged Sandals

Winged Sandals Take the tour with Hermes the messenger god, through a magical place filled with awesome gods, daring heroes and fabulous monsters. The site offers animated stories from Classical Mythology, games to play with characters from Classical Myths, search a character, place or keyword from Classical Mythology, Learn about life in Ancient Greece...
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Life Without School is collecting stories on “Why we homeschool.”

Life Without School, LWOS, ( www.lifewithoutschool.typepad.com ) is collecting stories on “Why We Homeschool.” We would love to hear your stories about why you homeschool. How does homeschooling benefit your children, your family, you as a parent. We are interested in all stories that celebrate finding your own way with your child(ren) and that...
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HOMESCHOOL BUYERS CO-OP CREATES INTERNET’S LARGEST DATABASE OF CONTESTS & SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO HOMESCHOOLERS

The Homeschool Buyers Co-op, an online nonprofit based in California, is proud to announce the most comprehensive Internet listing of contests and scholarships available to homeschooled students – over 124,000 different prizes worth over $2.5 million! The Homeschool Buyers Co-op mission is to make homeschooling more affordable. It does this by negotiating discounts from...
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The Art of Doodling

Enchanted Mind – The Art of Doodling Doodling as a Creative Process    “Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.” ~Henry Ward Beecher It is well established that much of our creative expression is birthed in the unconscious mind. To use creative expression and...
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