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Homeschooling Resources: Who Doesn’t Love Dinosaurs?

Homeschooling Resources: Who Doesn’t Love Dinosaurs?

Homeschooling Resources: Who Doesn't Love Dinosaurs? BY REBECCA RUPP Who doesn’t love DINOSAURS? Check out this for books and projects. (Bake a batch of 3-D dinosaur cookies and make a dinosaur out of chicken bones!) Jane Yolen’s How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? (Blue Sky Press, 2000) is a rhyming picture-book account of how [...]

Help Your Child Become a Better Writer with Six Powerful Revision Tools

Help Your Child Become a Better Writer with Six Powerful Revision Tools

Help Your Child Become a Better Writer with Six Powerful Revision Tools BY NIKOLAS BARON No one writes a fantastic first draft. Well, that's not entirely true. There are a select few who can spin gold, but they’re not the norm. For most of us, writing is a long and arduous process, filled with draft after draft, [...]

Homeschooling Resources: Archeology

Homeschooling Resources: Archeology

Homeschooling Resources: Archeology BY REBECCA RUPP September is NATIONAL ARCHEOLOGY MONTH.  Bones, stones, treasure, and a chance to grub around in the dirt – how awesome is that? In Kate Duke’s Archaeologists Dig for Clues (HarperCollins, 1996), one of the Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science series, three kids and their pets accompany [...]

Lesson Plans to Go for Families on the Go

Lesson Plans to Go for Families on the Go

Lesson Plans to Go for Families on the Go    BY LINDA DOBSON Author Nadine Slavinsky earned a Master’s in Education at Harvard and is a lifelong sailor who has enjoyed two long sabbatical with her husband and son, sailing the Atlantic and Pacific oceans while homeschooling. Lesson Plans to Go: Hands-On Learning for Active and [...]

Homeschooling Resources: COOKING!

Homeschooling Resources: COOKING!

Homeschooling Resources: COOKING!  BY REBECCA RUPP Any kids out there who like to cook? (Of course!) And, conveniently enough, it turns out that you can learn practically everything through cooking – science, history, literature, math, art – all while whipping up something yummy to eat. How good does it get? See below for books, [...]

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