Posts Tagged ‘ Unit Studies ’

Growing With Grammar

Growing With Grammar

JacKris Publishing specializes in providing spelling and grammar books to homeschoolers who want to sharpen their knowledge of English grammar, spelling, and vocabulary. Growing With Grammar is a complete grammar course which includes eight separate grades (levels) that teach grammar rules and grammar usage, and Soaring with Spelling and Vocabulary is a spelling program...
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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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Ambleside Online

Ambleside Online

Ambleside Online is a curriculum guide and booklist designed to follow Charlotte Mason’s* method of homeschooling. Each year/grade has a list of books to lay out what resources will need to be collected or purchased, and an optional weekly schedule based on a 36-week school year to break the resources into smaller increments to...
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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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Math-U-See

Math-U-See

Math·U·See provides a firm foundation in mathematics for students struggling in mathematics and with special needs. Teachers are provided the tools, skills, and training needed to present an explicit, structured, systematic, and cumulative program using multi-sensory teaching techniques. Math·U·See was written by Steve Demme, a homeschool dad, for the homeschool community. Math·U·See’s unique approach...
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Fun Homeschool Videos

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

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

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

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

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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