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School Made Simple – Available for Use With or Without a Computer

http://www.schoolmadesimple.com/ Elementary grades supplemental curriculum: • Math (CalcuLadder®) • Penmanship (ReadyWriter®) • Dictionary skills (AlphaBetter®) • Bible books memory drills (SanctiFinder®) Available as CalcuPak 1 and 2 Software or as hard copy materials. Drills, Answer Keys and Achievement Record documents in printable forms. By Emerson Sandow School Made Simple is a comprehensive Christian elementary grade […]

Create-a-Story – a Creative Writing Board Game for All Ages

Published by: Create Press www.createpress.com P.O. Box 2785 Carlsbad, CA 92018-2785 760-730-9550 $44.95 plus S&H Online Teachers Manual available at website Ages 5-99 (adult assistance is required for younger children) Can be up to 6 individuals or up to 6 groups of 2-4 players =========== By Joseph Grayhaim Create Press has developed an ingenious approach […]

Bad Wolf Press’ New Musical Play: “Matter and Its Properties: The Science of Stuff”

www.badwolfpress.com/matter-and-its-properties-musical-play  35-minute musical play for grades 2-6  Includes • Script • Teacher’s Guide and • Audio Recording (which contains a vocal and instrumental version of each song)  Simple to do – no music or drama experience needed! ============= By Michael Leppert Bad Wolf Press is an ingenious company that creates original plays for schools, churches, […]

Bessie’s Pillow – A Young Immigrant’s Journey to America

Written by Linda Bress Silbert, Ph.D. Two Editions, in English and in Spanish Published by: Strong Learning Publications http://www.stronglearning.com/ 288 pages, $19.95 ISBN: 978-0895442017 ================== Review by Michael Leppert Bessie’s Pillow is the remarkable and touching story of a young Eastern European Jewish immigrant woman, who comes to the United States in the early 1900s […]

Homeschool Almanac – Your Source for All-Inclusive Alternative Education

  By Charlene Smithson One of the most valuable sources of nationwide, all-inclusive homeschooling information is the Homeschool Almanac website, www.homeschoolalmanac.com. This website and its companion print-digital publication offer non-religious/non-secular information to anyone interested in alternative education. Many teachers read the Almanac as well as parents who are already teaching their own children or are […]

Family Adhesive: The Value of Family History in the Homeschool Curriculum

https://familychartmasters.com by Janet Hovorka Homeschooling parents would do anything and everything to raise their children to be successful adults.  They might read books about how to teach discipline, how to create self-esteem, how to structure a homeschool curriculum, and how to keep balance in family life. They will include lessons on music and dance, sports, […]