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Free Composer Notebooking Pages

CurrClick is offering the following:

These Free Composer Notebooking Pages can be used with any composer you choose. Just grab a living book about your composer, and use these pages to write about all you’ve learned.

This set includes:

  • Regular and Small Primary lined pages
  • Cover Sheet
  • General biography Pages
  • Continuation Page
  • Timeline Page”
 

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Free Educational Bug Pack

3 Dinosaurs  is offering a free educational pack about bugs. The pack is geared for ages 2-7,

Bug Pack contains over 70 pages:
3 Part Cards, Beginning Sounds, Matching Cards, Read Write the Room, Which One Is Different, What Comes Next, Pre Writing Practice, Pattern Cards, 10 Piece Puzzles, 4 Piece Puzzles, Clip and Count Cards, Size Sorting, Color the Pattern, Addition, Sorting, Bug Paths and more.

Tot Pack:
Basic Prewriting, 2 Part Puzzles, Matching, Coloring the Butterfly, Cutting Practice, 9 Piece Puzzle

 

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Free Educational BBQ Printable Pack for Kids and Tots

3 Dinosaurs is offering a free BBQ printable pack for ages 2-7.

BBQ Pack contains over 60 pages:
3 Part Cards, Beginning Sounds, Matching Cards, Read Write the Room, Which One Is Different, What Comes Next, Pre Writing Practice, Pattern Cards, 10 Piece Puzzles, 4 Piece Puzzles, Clip and Count Cards, Size Sorting, Color the Pattern, Sorting, Counting, Small Books and more.

Tot Pack:
Basic Prewriting, 2 Part Puzzles, Matching, Coloring the Watermelon, Cutting Practice, 9 Piece Puzzle

 

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New Freebies

Here is a list of some great new freebies I recently found:

 

Enjoy!

 

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Digital Natives

This is a post I wrote at 3D Learners Blog: Digital Natives & Academics. Check it out; I posed several questions. So, click on over to the blog and take a few minutes to leave a comment letting me know how you feel.

 

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How To Homeschool Part 2

Last week I shared an e-book about how to homeschool. I think it is big help to families new to homeschooling. This week I found a neat webinar on You Tube called 5 Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started Homeschooling.

5 Things I Wish I Had Known When I Started Homeschooling

The video offers great insight from veteran homeschool Moms. I like hearing from others what has and hasn’t worked for them in their homeschooling adventures. I have tried things that didn’t work for others, and lo and behold, it worked for me.

It is okay to experiment with different homeschooling techniques, curriculums, styles… That is the only way you will ever know what truly works for you and your children. It is also a great way to discover new techniques you never would have dreamed would work for you. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box. Don’t be afraid to fail…failure simply means you discovered something that doesn’t work for you and helps you pinpoint what does.

Dare to be different this year. Try something that is not in your homeschooling comfort zone. Share your experiences with others so we can learn from you.

If you have tried new and different things this year, please take a minute and leave a comment for the rest of us who are eager to learn from you!

 

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February Fun–Freebies

Thought I would post a few neat freebies for February fun.

Funnix is offering their beginning reading program for free until February 16th. After February 16, the price goes to $38.00.

                   

 

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Jumble, Tumble, All Scrambled Up

                      

un·scram·ble

tr.v. un·scram·bledun·scram·blingun·scram·bles   1. To straighten out or disentangle (a jumble or tangle); resolve   2. To restore (a scrambled message) to intelligible form.

Do you like playing word games? Have you ever heard of text twist, Boggle™, Scrabble™ …? Unscramble is similar. It is a fun game all by itself, but it is also a neat way to practice spelling words and vocabulary words. Players rearrange groups of letters to form their spelling and vocabulary words. Some of you might have a bit of trouble getting your kids to practice learning spelling or vocabulary words. The suggestion here is to keep all learning fresh and fun since it is part of our everyday life. Nobody enjoys learning the dull, boring way. Not all learning is fun, but we should at least attempt to make it as interesting as possible. Playing fun, yet challenging games is a sure-fire way to chase the humdrum, boring daily drill work out of learning new spelling words.

Try these:  ycrlseac      ashncwdi     eubnslamcr

Well, how did you do? Was it hard, easy, fun, challenging? The answers are at the very bottom of this page. So how about playing a brain boosting game of unscramble today…are you up to the challenge?

scarcely   sandwich   unscramble

 

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