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    Thursday, February 01, 2018

    Find out How Rebecca Started Homeschooling!

    Beginning to homeschool can be intimidating – but it doesn’t have to be! Find out how the founder of Homeschool.com began her homeshcooling journey!     READ MORE >>

    Find out How Rebecca Started Homeschooling!
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Friday, January 26, 2018

    The Mid-Year Transition: From Public School to Homeschooling

     The Mid-Year Transition: From Public School to Homeschooling This post is from our contributing sponsor Time4Learning. You may have recently decided that your child would benefit from homeschooling. Many parents make this choice mid-school year, often during the winter break. It’s certainly a big decision and one that you’ve probably been mulling over for a […]     READ MORE >>

    The Mid-Year Transition: From Public School to Homeschooling
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Monday, January 22, 2018

    Vote Now!! Top 100 Educational Websites

    It’s that time again – time to voice your opinion and let the homeschool world know just what educational websites or resources are your favorite! Take a minute to click the Top 100 image below and vote. There will be several categories and you can choose the educational resource that you feel makes the most […]     READ MORE >>

    Vote Now!! Top 100 Educational Websites
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Friday, January 19, 2018

    Ice Lanterns – January STEAM Experiment

    Mixing science and technology with engineering (construction), art, and math is at the heart of STEAM experiments. Each month, we’re going to feature a  STEAM-based experiment or project you can do with your children. In each STEAM issue, we’ll talk about the science and the “why” behind the projects we present to you. So grab […]     READ MORE >>

    Ice Lanterns – January STEAM Experiment
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Thursday, January 18, 2018

    Video Fun with Rebecca Kochenderfer

    Don’t miss this super homeschool fun video playing the “Would You Rather” game with co-founder Rebecca Kochenderfer. You’ll get to know Rebecca like never before,  and you won’t want to miss your chance to vote at the end of the video! Grab your coffee and let’s go!     READ MORE >>

    Video Fun with Rebecca Kochenderfer
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Wednesday, January 17, 2018

    What to Look for in Good Educational Games

    This post is by our contributing sponsor, 7 Generation Games. Quality educational games have the ability to revolutionize learning. Of course, the key word is quality – and with so many games and apps on the market, quality can be hard to find. Did you know there are over 150,000 apps tagged “education” between the Apple […]     READ MORE >>

    What to Look for in Good Educational Games
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Monday, January 15, 2018

    Homeschool Writing Assignments for Every Grade Level

    The beginning of a new year always seems to put homeschool parents in the mood to try new things. You’re fully aware of what’s not working, and you’re ready to take a different approach. When it comes to homeschool writing, this may mean doing additional research to find the best homeschool writing curriculum for your […]     READ MORE >>

    Homeschool Writing Assignments for Every Grade Level

 

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Freebie February is happening now!
Looking for some freebies to use in your homeschool this February? Youve come to the right place! It seems many places are extra-generous this month, and we dont want you to miss out on any of them. Here, weve collected several freebies and have placed them all in one post for you.

Free MLK day mini unit study
The Civil Rights Movement took place in the U.S. from 1954-1968. Because African Americans didnt have the same rights as white citizens, the goal was to gain equality by ending segregation and discrimination. Civil rights activists fought and protested for equal opportunities in education, employment, housing, and the right to vote.

Martin Luther King, Jrs involvement in the Civil Rights Movement began in 1955 with the Montgomery bus boycott in Alabama. Teach your children more about this important man in history with our FREE Martin Luther King, Jr. unit study.

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Polar Express Mini Unit Study
The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg is one of the most popular books/movies to study during the holidays. One way to teach this story is by using a unit study. Unit studies cover a variety of subjects that all center around one theme (in this case, The Polar Express). Spice up your homeschool with this FREE Polar Express unit study.

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Try their FREE demos and browse their subjects and grade levels!

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FREE Month Trial to The Great Courses Plus

Supplement your childs curriculum with subjects such as Math, Science, and History with The Great Courses Plus. The Great Courses Plus is a video streaming subscription service with thousands of in-depth video lectures taught by the worlds greatest professors.

www.thegreatcoursesplus.com

CK-12 - a Top 100 Educational Website 2017!

CK-12 is a nonprofit organization that provides FREE, high-quality K-12 STEM education materials. These resources include digital textbooks, videos, concept-based learning resources, simulations, adaptive practice and more. They can be ported to any device, anytime, anywhere. Again, it's 100% FREE.

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K-12

K12 offers online education solutions for students in grades K-12. Their programs include tuition-free full-time public school in most states, private school options and supplemental courses.

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FREE sample lessons from Fascinating Education - a Top 100 Educational Website

This site uses an audio-visual technique to teach science (Biology, Chemistry and Physics) in a step-by-step manner.

http://fascinatingeducation.com

 


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