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Worksheet library offers 1000s of grade level k-6 standard based worksheets for all subject areas.
Information on this local Christian support group serving the Abilene area. Includes information on their resource center, library, membership requirements, state law, and curricula recommendations.
CHET-NW is a support group for northwest Tucson. In addition to field trips and social events, it staffs a lending library, and has its own 4-H group.
Resources, family business pages, contact information, events, activities, lending library, classes, and statement of faith for this Christian, but inclusive, Vancouver area support group.
Events listings and an online library from this local support group.
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How To Reset Your Homeschool Day (When nothing is going right) Howto #Homeschool #Resetyourday I'm a intentional faith based homeschooling mom of two, for the last 7 year's. We created this YouTube channel to help with ...
FREE Library Take Home Kits / Homeschool Fun Resources I grabbed these awesome kits for our local library and will be opening them with you in this video. Tune in! INTRODUCTION: Welcome to my channel! Thank you ...
Homeschool End of the Year Review| What Worked, What Didn’t This is a curriculum review of all of our curriculum we used for this past school year! What worked for us? What are we changing? Plus a look inside all the ...
Chatty Quarter 3 Homeschool Update II Build Your Library, All About Reading, And Singapore Math This has been the best homeschool term we have ever had! We were super consistent, things were starting to click, and Egypt studies were so much fun!
I went to a HOMESCHOOL CONVENTION! I went to a Homeschool Convention this week and loved it! I filmed the whole trip! If you love homeschool conventions, or if you have never been and are curious ...
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Podcast ID badge featuring woman weaving fish nets in backgroundThe American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is bringing more workers’ voices from around the country to listeners with the second season of “America Works,” a podcast series celebrating the diversity, resilience and creativity of the American workforce during a time of economic challenge and transition.The season's first episode features Sarah Fortin, a fish net maker in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The episode is now available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and at loc.gov/podcasts. Click here for more information.
Podcast ID badge featuring woman weaving fish nets in backgroundThe American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress is bringing more workers’ voices from around the country to listeners with the second season of “America Works,” a podcast series celebrating the diversity, resilience and creativity of the American workforce during a time of economic challenge and transition.The season's first episode features Sarah Fortin, a fish net maker in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The episode is now available on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and at loc.gov/podcasts. Click here for more information.
Image featuring Ira Glass, Kermit the Frog, and Janet JacksonLibrarian of Congress Carla Hayden today named 25 recordings as audio treasures worthy of preservation for all time based on their cultural, historical or aesthetic importance in the nation’s recorded sound heritage.Janet Jackson’s clarion call for action and healing in “Rhythm Nation 1814” now joins other groundbreaking sounds of history and culture among the latest titles inducted into the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress, including Louis Armstrong’s “When the Saints Go Marching In,” Labelle’s “Lady Marmalade,” Nas’ “Illmatic,” Kool & the Gang’s “Celebration,” and Kermit the Frog’s “The Rainbow Connection.”Watch the announcement video featuring several of the artists and songwriters.Click here for more information.
The Library of Congress celebrates the 2021 National Cherry Blossom Festival by debuting a new video series that highlights both historic and contemporary traditions of springtime flower viewing. Developed to support the festival’s 2021 efforts to “blossom safely,” the four-to-five-minute videos can be enjoyed by viewers everywhere during the festival March 20-April 12 and beyond through the Library's YouTube site and on the Library of Congress website.Click here for more information.
The Library of Congress celebrates the 2021 National Cherry Blossom Festival by debuting a new video series that highlights both historic and contemporary traditions of springtime flower viewing. Developed to support the festival’s 2021 efforts to “blossom safely,” the four-to-five-minute videos can be enjoyed by viewers everywhere during the festival March 20-April 12 and beyond through the Library's YouTube site and on the Library of Congress website.Click here for more information.
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