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06 November 2012 ~ Comments Off

Rock Around the World

Did you know that scientists can tell what kind of rock you send to them? Follow this site and find out how you can send a rock to a scientist. They will test the rock with the same technology they use on the mars exploration rover and then tell you what the rock is made […]

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03 November 2012 ~ Comments Off

Free Math Resources

You can check out Flash Card Math here and see all they have to offer. You can print your own flashcards and worksheets.  This is the coolest math and free worksheet  site I have seen.  There are also interactive flash cards here too that your child can do with cute characters.

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31 October 2012 ~ Comments Off

What’s Bugging You?

Check out this neat educational site all about summer bugs. They have a list of activities for insect study and lots of websites listed where you can get even more information. There is a cool section about how to make a book of bug riddles and jokes. They even give you quite a few to […]

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27 October 2012 ~ Comments Off

Bookmooch – Watch out it can be addicting

Today is my birthday, so I thought I would give you one of my best freebie ideas.  I found this a few weeks ago and just love it.  The concept is that you register with this company for free and list any books that you want to give away.  You also list any books that […]

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21 October 2012 ~ Comments Off

Cheap Homeschool Books

Here are a few ideas for finding cheap homeschool books. Depending on how much money and time you have, will determine how diligently you use this advice. If you have hardly any money to spend on homeschooling,

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15 October 2012 ~ Comments Off

Homeschool Learning Style

Have you ever thought about evaluating your homeschool learning style? Ultimately everyone has their how learning style and the sooner you know your child’s style the better. Most people are familiar with the “big 3″ learning styles – visual, kinesthetic, and auditory, but there is so much more to assessing and evaluating learning styles beyond […]

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27 September 2012 ~ Comments Off

More Internet Field Trips

I’m back with even more fun Internet field trips that you can use to enhance your homeschool learning. There is SO much information on the Internet that it boggles my mind.  Some sites have pictures, some have video and all have been sifted through my filter of “interesting places to see.”

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24 September 2012 ~ Comments Off

Summer Facts

Here you can find all kinds of facts about summer, like where the “dog days of summer” originated, or a history of fireworks, plus tons more information. http://www.factmonster.com/spot/summer.html

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21 September 2012 ~ Comments Off

Virtual Owl Pellet Dissection

Someone sent me this Virtual Owl Pellet Dissection. It’s pretty cool!  You take apart an owl pellet and then it tells you the names of the bones and where it fits for reconstruction. This is a lot better than me trying to figure out what part it is and where it fits.  I’m going to […]

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18 September 2012 ~ Comments Off

Kindergarten homeschool – What should you do?

Many people ask me what they should do to start out in homeschooling.  Here’s what I tell them….

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02 September 2012 ~ Comments Off

Welcome to Homeschool Resources

Whether you’re a veteran homeschooler or beginner, we all love to hear other homeschool Moms talk about what works for them and their children. I’ve created this blog to provide information for you. As I expand this, I will include free reports and articles and links to my favorite homeschool websites and tools. I look […]

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15 August 2012 ~ 2 Comments

Super Star Speech

Recently I had the opportunity to become familiar with Super Star Speech. If my children had speech problems, I would strongly consider getting it because I love to be able to do things at home on my own.

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03 August 2012 ~ Comments Off

Potato Chip Factory – Virtual Tour

High gas prices have you strapped? Don’t feel like you can take your family to any fun places? Why not try some virtual field trips for fun. Nothing is the same as being there, but you can at least see some new things you have never seen before. Here’s an interesting virtual field trip that […]

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31 July 2012 ~ Comments Off

Free Homeschool Curriculum

Some think it is impossible to get free homeschool curriculum, but I say if you know where to look, it is very possible.  I read a book a few years back called Homeschool Your Child For Free. It talked mostly about

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28 July 2012 ~ Comments Off

Lesson Planet Review

I found yet another website that I had not discovered before called Lesson Planet. I received a free membership for a couple of months for review and boy was I surprised….

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25 July 2012 ~ Comments Off

Free Homeschool Math Part 2

Here are some more free homeschool math sites where you can print worksheets or just use for games. Whether you need a completely free curriculum

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22 July 2012 ~ Comments Off

Virtual Tours for Homeschooling

Here are some more virtual tours for homeschooling that I came across recently. I thought I would share them with you.

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09 July 2012 ~ Comments Off

Math Problems Solved

Have you ever been stuck on a math problem and just couldn’t figure it out? Well, WebMath can help you the next time that happens. You just choose the area you are having trouble with and then enter the problem. This is especially helpful for upper level math. Here’s the link… WebMath.

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03 July 2012 ~ Comments Off

Mathscore

I was able to review Mathscore as part of the TOS crew of product testers. Mathscore is a

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27 June 2012 ~ Comments Off

My least favorite “holiday”

Halloween is by far my least favorite holiday!  I wish I could just erase it, but I can’t, so I’ll post something about a great website that I found about Thanksgiving. You can use this for an elementary aged child.  Either have them fill it out or do it with them. Enjoy! Thanksgiving Vocabulary

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21 June 2012 ~ Comments Off

Math is Fun for All Ages

I found this website called Math is Fun.  Most of the time when you find an interactive website it is mostly for younger children learning their basic facts.  This website tackles Algebra and Geometry too! Your choices here are: Data Geometry Puzzles Money Algebra Numbers Games Dictionary Worksheets Measurement This site is different than any […]

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15 June 2012 ~ Comments Off

Panama Canal Virtual Tour

Here’s another great virtual tour. You’ll need to click on Multimedia at the top right to see all the pictures and videos. I learned a ton just by browsing for a few minutes. I’m looking forward to showing this to my kids. I didn’t realize how involved this process was or how beautiful the land […]

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06 June 2012 ~ Comments Off

ABC Teach Review

I’m sure many public school teachers have heard of ABC Teach, but I don’t  know how many homeschoolers have ever seen this great site. You can find over 5000 pages of free worksheets and pages you can print to use for homeschooling. If you like what you see and want even more,

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18 May 2012 ~ Comments Off

Printable Worksheets and Games

Along with the last site I found, here is another link from that site.  They have lots of great printable worksheets and games.  You will find skip counting sheets, maps, charts, crafts, famous places, and much more.  Who needs to buy workbooks anymore when you have the Internet?!!  Check it out and print away… http://www.googolpower.com/content/free-learning-resources/worksheets

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15 May 2012 ~ 1 Comment

Good Typing Program

If you’ve had trouble getting your children to learn how to use the keyboard like I have, I’d like to share a free program that is working for us. The website where you can get this program is www.goodtyping.com . It’s all free. My daughters do this every day without being asked. I think there’s […]

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