Math that Spans the Ages

Monday, 06 April 2015 by

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

  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

Many days during the week we find ourselves splitting our time between home and the market. 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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