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Curriculum and School Reviews (Homeschoolreviews.com)
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions Go to this site for over 300 free lesson plans, maps, activities and more. Lessons plans are given by grades ranging from K-12.
Whether homeschooling or supplementing at home, often the finances can only stretch so far. Before you make your purchases for this fall, consider these two excellent posts offering incredible FREE resources…
You may also want to check out these sites for some great ways to teach for free:
The following writing sites are not on The Education Cafe:
The Story Starter provides 345,935,040 creative ideas for writers of all ages. All of the story starters are randomly generated. The story starters can be used for short stories, novels, plays, scripts, or just for fun.
Wacky Web Tales–the online version of the old favorite Mad Libs game.
Physical Fitness (download)
Monkey see, Monkey do (helping your family be more fit)
Seven Tips for motivating your kids to exercise. (read online)
Adolescence, Puberty, and Growth Spurts (read online)
Free and Low cost physical education resources (read online)
Are You Taking Care of Their Hearts (American Heart Association and physical fitness)
Additional Web links:
Never heard of “unschooling?” Check this out… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unschooling
http://forum.brillkids.com/teaching-your-child-other-topics/making-your-own-montessori-materials/msg45493/?topicseen (scroll down the page to see the article)
Curriculum/Book Providers–For a comprehensive list of curricula and online schools as well as contact info and web links, click here.
Used Homeschool Books “I have used them and their books have been in great condition and much cheaper than buying them new. They even have cost-cutting tips.”–Elizabeth G