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A complete reporting, record keeping, tracking and planning software system for Microsoft Windows to organize your lesson plans, assignments and reports for Windows, including planning and recording assignments, reading lists, field trip reports, attendan
A complete reporting, record keeping, tracking and planning software system for Microsoft Windows to organize your lesson plans, assignments and reports for Windows, including planning and recording assignments, reading lists, field trip reports, attendan
The Learning for Life Resource Center provides information about career planning, career web sites,learning styles, and behavior styles. Learning for Life sells books and career assessments. There are links to career and learning style web sites.
Formerly Johnson County Parent Educators. Conferences, small group support, field trip and event planning information is included.
Located in Lewiston Maine, offers consultation, tutorial services, college planning and home schooling.
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HOMESCHOOL CURRICULUM | READING HANDWRITING & MATH Here's a look at our core subjects (reading, handwriting, and math) for this school year. My kids will be doing third grade, first grade, and preschool. These will be ...
Random Homeschool Prep Oh boy. The school year is about to start. That means cleaning out the classroom, ordering curriculum, and planning out the schedule. We do this at the ...
Homeschool Planning Baby Step 1: Planning Supplies |Back Top Homeschool Prep Week 1 August is all about Back to Homeschool (BTHS) prep! This week I'm going to teach you 4 baby steps to start you off towards your best homeschool year starting ...
My Simplified Homeschool Planner || Planner Flip Through Homeschool Planning! What homeschool mom doesn't like looking into other homeschool planners?! I am taking you inside the Simplified Homeschool Planner ...
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Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden today announced that she has appointed Kate Zwaard as the Library’s director of digital strategy, a position Hayden established to elevate the institution’s digital planning and drive envisioning and collaboration around digital initiatives. Click here for more information.
Homeschooling your child can be difficult. With some creative planning it can be done!
Well, summer is coming to an end. Planning for school years and getting ready for a “normal” daily routine is about to relaunch. And, I STILL have a pile of books on my nightstand that I was going to get through over the summer. Funny how time flies and the best intentions are lost in […]
T8ermomma, owner of Shiver Academy (Shiver is a penguin who is the school mascot, in case you are wondering), has put together a 992 page unit study based on the Book of Virtues and has made it available for download at no charge. This enormous resource is full of printables, lesson plans, worksheets, planning sheets and much more. It's obvious that many hours went into planning this great unit and T8ermomma is gracious enough to share it at no charge. You can see all of the details at her blog, and look in the right column about halfway down the page for the download links (under the Book of Virtues heading). There are a few other downloads available below the Book of Virtues section. The unit is available as both one large file and several smaller files for those who might be on a slow connection. Thanks to Homeschooler's Notebook for bringing this resource to my attention!
I hope everyone had a fantastic Easter celebration yesterday. My family enjoyed a wonderful service, church breakfast, Easter dinner and later in the evening, a flashlight egg hunt. In between church and our egg hunt, I was able to get into my garden to clear it out for Spring planting. I had let the garden get overrun with weeds last year after a really bad hail storm (softball sized hail ripped my plants apart). I lost a lot of plants last year and didn’t have the heart to get back in the garden to clean it up. After 4 wheelbarrow trips to the back of the property to deposit debris and dead plants, it is ready to plant. I like square foot gardening because it is so easy to take care of. For me, I don’t have a lot of time to spend on the garden due to running boot camps and homeschooling. Easy is best for me right now. I discovered an awesome garden planning tool to help me get done even quicker this year: http://www.gardeners.com/Kitchen-Garden-Planner/kgp_home,default,pg.html Today it is about 42 degrees and raining so I won’t get any actual planting done but I am ready when the weather gives me a chance. Gardening is an excellent way to feed your family healthy fruits and veggies, save money and enjoy the great outdoors together. Post from: Homeschool Fitness Coach
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