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How to Use Public Domain Content in Homeschooling
What you can do with a public domain resource really only depends on two things:
- The content the source contains AND
- Your imagination
Public domain content, depending on what form it takes, can be used in electronic projects, printables, ebooks, art, and as part of larger projects.
Here are just a few of the ways I have used public domain content:
- Use text and pictures from a public domain book to create copywork pages:
- Or, use a simple free software like Audacity and create an audiobook:
The Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse mp3 (as read by Aadel)
- Make notebooking pages, lapbooks, and printables for a theme or unit:
You are limited only by your imagination and your computer skills as to what you can create!
Questions? Comments? Do you have something you have made or a resource you would like to share on here? Please contact me below with your inquiry or idea!
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