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Math that Spans the Ages

Monday, 06 April 2015 by
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What if you had a way to prepare your student for algebra while they are still in elementary school? Algebra for Kids with Bob Hazen applies a handful of principles to help elementary children as young as first and second grade understand the unity of mathematics across grades and across topics. Thirteen worksheets teach important

History with a Twist

Saturday, 04 April 2015 by
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  While history is typically taught from a textbook, there are more exciting options available. Beginning Sewing: Historical Costumes with Amy Puetz is a fun way for all students to use basic sewing skills while they learn a bit of history. Video instructions, sewing directions, and patterns are provided for making pioneer, sailor, pilgrim, and

Take It Easy

Friday, 03 April 2015 by
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Many days during the week we find ourselves splitting our time between home and the market. SchoolhouseTeachers.com splits its time there, too . . . with Economics. Free Market Economics with Savannah Liston, a homeschool graduate and economics teacher, is sharing her knowledge of economics with middle and high school students. Through video lectures and

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