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Worksheet library offers 1000s of grade level k-6 standard based worksheets for all subject areas.
Provides unit studies, games, forum, local resources, and a weekly newsletter.
Free resources for parents and teachers to help children master spelling concepts. Lesson plans, free printable spelling lists, teaching tips, and remedial help.
A resource site for families who homeschool. Includes information on homeschooling the student with special needs.
Regional advocacy and support organization for the Victoria area. Their pages contain resources, activities, listings of local support groups, and the history of homeschooling in Australia.
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HOW TO HOMESCHOOL IN THE STATE OF KANSAS Today I am sharing all about how to home school in the state of Kansas. We are going to talk about all the requirements, several resources you might need, and ...
Faith Berens - Special Needs Homeschooling - Full Screen Yvette Hampton and Faith Berens discuss the opportunities and resources for homeschooling students with special needs. Faith Berens is a special needs ...
Thanksgiving Homeschool Unit Study In this video I show you all the resources we will be using for our Thanksgiving unit study, with my girls preschool-8th grade. Enjoy! Notgrass Celebrate ...
Homeschool Supplemental Resources I dug through my homeschool curriculum tubs and pulled out some supplemental resources to use with my kids this homeschool year. Watch to find out what we ...
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Collections Include Records of National American Woman Suffrage Association, President Lincoln’s Private Secretary, Olmsted Associates Landscape Architectural Firm, Federal Monetary PolicyResearchers and students have gained access to seven newly digitized collections of manuscript materials from the Library of Congress, including records of one of the most important women’s suffrage organizations, the papers of President Abraham Lincoln’s personal secretary and collections on the history of federal monetary policy. The availability of these collections added more than 465,000 images to the Library’s already vast online resources.Click here for more information.
Collections Include Records of National American Woman Suffrage Association, President Lincoln’s Private Secretary, Olmsted Associates Landscape Architectural Firm, Federal Monetary PolicyResearchers and students have gained access to seven newly digitized collections of manuscript materials from the Library of Congress, including records of one of the most important women’s suffrage organizations, the papers of President Abraham Lincoln’s personal secretary and collections on the history of federal monetary policy. The availability of these collections added more than 465,000 images to the Library’s already vast online resources.Click here for more information.
We received two products from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math workbooks. My oldest child has been using One Page A Day 2 Digit Multiplication practice while my youngest has been using Channie’s Dry Erase Flashcard for Sight Words. We have been having fun with these resources and couldn’t be happier to have the opportunity to review them. What […]
By: Zachary MettlerThe Daily Citizen had the great privilege to interview three former Navy SEALS, two of whom are participating in a 1,000 mile long, 10 day bike ride to raise money for the VIP NeuroRehabilitation Center in San Diego, CA. The SEALS have formed an organization, Beyond the Teams, which seeks to, “fight for those who can't fight for themselves by bringing awareness and financial resources to any disabled military personnel, veterans, handicapped children, and others.”For Beyond the Teams' first project, five former SEALS will bike down the east coast from Virginia Beach, Virginia to Fort Pierce, Florida.The post Guest Post: Navy SEALS Prepare to Bike 1,000 Miles in 10 Days to Fundraise for Neuro-Rehab Patients appeared first on Jim Daly.
The Library of Congress today announced the selection of four organizations that will receive more than $1.1 million through its Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) program to support the effective use of digitized primary sources in K-12 classrooms. The selected organizations will focus their efforts on creating teaching materials and professional opportunities for teachers using Library of Congress online resources.Click here for more information.
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