I love this free printable from Layers of Learning. She writes: Using a copy of the Constitution go through the “Three Branches by the Constitution” worksheet. Each of the powers granted to the Federal Government are written in the boxes on the worksheet. Color code each box to show which entity of the government has [...]
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Looking for some new resources? This page looks like it hasn’t been updated for a while, but my goodness, it’s certainly full of links for homeschoolers! Some are arranged by grade level and others by subject… Subjects…………………………………………………………………………………….1 Art Computers & Keyboarding Geography Health & Safety History/Social Studies Language Arts Library: Internet Encyclopedias and Dictionaries Math [...]
Right now CurrClick is offering this set of Periodic Table cards etc. for free. I’m not sure if I’ll download it. I’m burned out on printables that just cause clutter in my house. It looked good though and could make for some fun games. In my first 7 years of homeschooling I know I [...]
I stumbled upon this wonderful page of forms, planners, coloring pages, report helpers and more for homeschoolers at Oklahoma Homeschool and am so impressed! If you’re new to HSing (or you just feel like a change in how you do it), check out the curriculum planner worksheet. It’s very interesting! It will help you determine [...]
I just stumbled onto Carl’s Corner and thought I’d recommend it to parents with little ones. The games and activities seem designed for preschool to around grade one, depending on the child. There are lots of board games, activities, bingo sheets and other fun games designed to teach sight words, reading skills and other early [...]
Happy Flag Day to those in the U.S.! Here’s a cool little Flag Day poster from 1917 to print out. There’s a little math in there for the kids too, figuring out how many years have passed since the first one and since the poster. Here’s a fun Flag Day craft from The Holiday Spot [...]
Here’s two wonderful freebies that CurrClick is offering this week. Get them while you can… This secular Baroque Era unit study is massive and comprehensive. It’s a PDF file with clickable links to streaming videos, printouts, interactive games and tons more. It’s designed to be used for multiple K-12 ages and is creative, interesting and [...]
Worksheetplace.com has lots of fun printables for Father’s Day for kids of all ages. These would be great to make a little Father’s Day notebook or binder or even used in a Father’s Day Lapbook (which was our present for Daddy last year).
The EPA has a free Earth Day book to print in PDF format. It has coloring pages, ways to help the planet, a chart to keep track of good things kids do and more.
…we’ve learned, exercised, etc. around here lately: 1. We started our balloon planters… We used old seeds that would probably not be good for our garden and not nearly enough dirt. We also compared the sizes and shapes of each of the seeds and talked about why some seeds are small even though the end [...]