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Kindergarten K5 Curriculum Plans for 2018-2019 Homeschool School Year Aaron is our medical mystery- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UloaSeZs87Q We're Switching to year-round schooling!
End of the Year Curriculum Review Kindergarten Homeschool Year 2017 2018 In this video I am sharing our 2017 2018 end of the year homeschool curriculum review for kindergarten. Even though the year didn't go as I had originally ...
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KINDERGARTEN HOMESCHOOL CURRICULUM | END OF YEAR REVIEW! We just finished our 2017-18 homeschool year! My daughter, Charity, completed senior kindergarten, and today I want to share with you what we thought of her ...
Simple Homemade STEM Car Ramp for Pre-K, Kindergarten,Homeschool Kids We made a car ramp. It's a EASY to do weekend STEM engineering activity. All you need is a large piece of cardboard, a wall and a toy car. In this video we ...
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Library Hosts Online Conference for EducatorsAs the new school year gets into full swing, the Library of Congress will bring teachers and education experts from across the nation together in its second annual online conference for educators. This free two-day event, “Discover and Explore with Library of Congress Primary Sources,” will be held October 25-26, from 4-8 p.m. EDT and will be open to K-12 educators from across all teaching disciplines. Last year’s event brought together more than 1,500 participants for the sessions.Over the course of two days, there will be 15 one-hour sessions facilitated by Library specialists, instructional experts from the Library’s Teaching with Primary Sources Consortium and other recognized K-12 leaders. Session topics will range from assessments and literacy to historical newspapers and kindergarten historians, and all sessions will focus on the effective use of Library of Congress primary-source documents.According to Lee Ann Potter, director of educational outreach at the Library, "Primary sources can capture student attention, and by analyzing them, students can engage with complex content, build their critical-thinking skills and create new knowledge. The Library’s online conference for educators will allow teachers to learn how to access Library of Congress resources and to discover new strategies for integrating primary sources into their instruction.”Highlights of the conference:The keynote speaker will be the award-winning author Tonya Bolden, who will discuss her process of research for writing children’s books about historical figures.Library experts will include specialists from the Chronicling America historical newspaper archives, the historian of the Library of Congress, professionals from the educational outreach division, and more.Other presenters will include Joel Breakstone from Stanford University, Dan Rothstein of the Right Question Institute, and Kelly Schrum of the Center of History and New Media.After the live online conference, the Library will make recordings of all sessions available to the public on its website for teachers, loc.gov/teachers/. Teachers will be able to earn up to 15 hours of CEU/PDU by participating or viewing online conference sessions, and certificates will be available for completing each session.Register for the conference: www.loc.gov/teachers/professionaldevelopment/webinar/online-conference-2016.html?rssloc=eanft Interested educators can follow the preparations for the conference on Twitter at @TeachingLC and by following #LCTeachConf.
Universal Kindergarten is discussed with Tricia Smith Vaughn, along with Kriss Bordessa discussing her craft books for teens.
I had a marvelous time at the IAHE Convention. I didn’t get to meet any of you so that made me a little sad, but perhaps next time. I spent a good portion of the convention listening in on Woody Robertson, of College Plus!, explain how to get your B.A. by the time your 18. My teenager and soon to be junior high daughters are absolutely excited. I’ve never seen them work so diligently before. LOL I also purchased My Father’s World for my two little ones. I am a huge fan of Sonlight, but I have never liked their Kindergarten core. So, I bit the bullet and tried a new one. I will return to Sonlight for the following year. I have been doing really well with the Super Conditioning Challenge. Last Sunday I did 200 burpees in 9:31. I was so excited! I have also been very good at keeping my grocery bill under $150 each week. Today I only spent $86.24! Woot! It really helps when you don’t buy all the processed junk in the store. My purchases are all for meats, veggies, fruits, and dairy products. I hit a really good sale last week on the milk. Wise Way was selling almost expired milk for $1.49 a gallon. I bought 4 and froze them in the deep freezer. I won’t have to buy milk for quite some time. Yay! I also got a case of cheese blocks, all different kinds, for $10. I put those all in the freezer and just take a block out and stick it in the fridge about 2 days before I need it. I would love to hear what you ladies do to save money on the grocery bill. Hugs~~ Post from: Homeschool Fitness Coach
Universal Kindergarten is discussed with Tricia Smith Vaughn, along with Kriss Bordessa discussing her craft books for teens.
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