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Fun Homeschool Videos

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Fun Homeschool Videos

I knew there were a few clever homeschool videos out there, but I was amazed to find there are dozens of good homeschool humor videos! Some of them are really clever and well done, while others, well.. not so much, but all in all they’re a wonderful testament to the humor, diversity, inspiration and...
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ABC Teach

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ABC Teach

ABC Teach is a user-friendly educational site that provides quality printable materials for immediate use by teachers, education majors, and parents. A free educational website, ABCTeach offers outstanding materials for preschool through eighth grade, currently over five thousand documents (from simple worksheets to full ten-page units) on the free site, with new materials being...
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Hans Christian Andersen

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Hans Christian Andersen

The stories and fairytales of Hans Christian Andersen have delighted generations of children and adults, and the complete list of Andersen’s 168 tales, in the chronological order of their original publication, with links to the original texts for most of them, can be found at Hans Christian Andersen: Fairy Tales & Stories. From The...
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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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Bright Ring Art Activities

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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

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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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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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50 EdTech Blogs for Homeschoolers

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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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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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Fifty Dangerous Things

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Fifty Dangerous Things

“Gever Tulley’s Fifty Dangerous Things (You Should Let Your Children Do) (Tinkering Unlimited, 2009) is a lot less terrifying than it sounds. (In fact, a lot of it, compared to some of the dangerous things my kids decided to do, is positively mild.) In just over 100 pages, Tulley describes fifty temptingly risky and...
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