Free Homeschool Curriculum: Three Free Curriculums with Lesson Plans/Schedules

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Step 3 in my 6 Steps to Ensure Your Homeschool Can Survive A Financial Crisis is to look at Free, Nearly Free, or low-cost curriculum choices to see if you can use an alterative if your homeschool budget is significantly …

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Q&A: How are you using the McGuffey Readers?

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Q: You mentioned that you are using the McGuffey Readers. Can you tell me more about how you are using them? A: Before I can really answer this well, let me start with how I came to using them and …

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Homeschool Science: Fun in the Sun with Solar Beads

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Looking for a fun way to teach your children about UV light? Especially during the spring and summer months when they need to be wearing sunglasses and sunscreen, or in my kids cases, swim shirts as well. In her comment …

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Free Science Videos: How Light Bulbs are Made

Lately, my 7 year old is really into how things are made. Today’s question was “How is a Light Bulb Made?” And so we headed over to Google’s Video search to see if there was anything good available. Here are …

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Using Free YouTube Videos to Supplement Homeschool Science

Last summer, my daughter’s Chemistry curriculum introduced us to the idea that YouTube could be part of our homeshool science curriculum. Everyone would gather around the computer to watch the explosive reactions of alkaline metals hitting water and beg to …

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