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Here is another great “day in the life” book, this time featuring a composer.
Read about Tschaikovsky as if you were there in his home, experiencing his life!
Tschaikovsky, rousing himself with difficulty from the heavy, almost lethargic sleep of exhaustion into which he nightly falls, gathers his wits together and restores his [...]Continue Reading →
My kids love the book Mike Mulligan. Construction vehicles are big and fun to watch, even for older kids.
I created these notebooking packs using public domain photos of construction vehicles. They could be used in a unit study about construction, for a book like Mike Mulligan, [...]Continue Reading →
And while we are playing
The candles are burning low
One for each night, they shed [...]
As a companion resource to the wonderful living book Little Wanderers, I have created a notebooking pack that includes individual pages for each of the main plants in the book.
This pack is enormous, a whopping 57 pages! Study the way that seeds travel and have fun recording your progress.
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The Video Math Tutor website is a great resource for older kids that are interested in eventually studying higher math. Mr. Ast has series on Basic Math, Algebra, Hints & Tips, Brain Teasers, Calculator Tips, and more.
The description from the website:
This site is intended to help students from seventh grade through college. Teachers, [...]Continue Reading →
Mathematics Illuminated is a 13-part, integrated-media resource created for adult learners and high school teachers. The series covers the broad scope of human knowledge through the study of mathematics and its relevance in the world today. It reaches beyond formulas and computations [...]Continue Reading →