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I am going to start to share some Homeschool tools for families that are seeking some free tools to use in their homeschool activities.
This tool is a great help with teaching Punctuation to your little ones.
When people think about food and sustainability, they typically focus on how the food is produced—is it locally sourced, pasture-fed or organic? New WRI research shows that the question of *what* is eaten is just as important.
Source: Sustainable Diets: What You Need to Know in 12 Charts | World Resources Institute
We home schooled all of our children (14 of them) Continue reading 10 Tips for Teaching High Schoolers at Home→
Great article with good tips on homeschooling. My family has been homeschooling for over 12 years and we are still at it with the last two in the brood.
It is an exciting and rewarding journey. If you are thinking about it or looking for helpful tips on homeschooling, come check us out here and at our page on Pinterest for more information.
Source: 10 Tips for Teaching High Schoolers at Home – Character Concepts Blog
At Home Astronomy: Hands on science activities for the family. By the Center for Science Education at Space Sciences Laboratory.
Source: At Home Astronomy – Science Experiments for the Entire Family
Looking for a curriculum to help you and your child to learn more about Astronomy, check out this great website. 10 great lessons and experiments on the stars. Makes for a great 10-week science curriculum.
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Source: The 37 Best Websites To Learn Something New — Life Learning — Medium
Are you looking for free homeschool resources? Find what you need, sorted by grade level and subject. Hundreds of resources, and all of them free.
Source: Free Homeschool Curriculum, Links and Websites for Kids
This is a great site for all of you Homeschoolers to get FREE resources. It also works for those of you with kids in school to give them something additional to work on to keep their little minds sharp and aware.