Teaching children about diverse topics can be difficult. Using books to teach these issues can be entertaining for children, but still accomplish the goal of teaching about a particular topic.
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This online grammar and writing review will point you in the right direction.
Teaching sight words has never been easier with the help of SightwordswithSamson.com. This website offers wonderful educational resources for sight words for kindergarten up to third grade.
Using these SAT test taking tips will help you get the highest scores possible. Simple strategies such as using the process of elimination, time management, and avoiding common mistakes will improve your SAT score.
Let’s take a closer look at the website TeAchnology, a K-12 teacher resource loaded with ideas for lesson plans, worksheets, theme ideas, games, and even career advancement information!
This award winning website and program is designed with the student in mind. It provides a platform for students K-12 to express creativity and communicate with others all over the world.
Teachers can use all of the free resources they can get their hands on. Nancykeane.com offers reading resources for use in the classroom.
Have you ever noticed that when administrators introduce new technology to your school, it then takes twice as long to do the thing the technology was supposed to help with? Edulink is the exception. Improve parent communication with Edulink.
Storyit.com is a language arts site which includes worksheets, online games, and teacher materials to use the classroom. Here we will see if the free worksheets are worth taking a look at.
“Flipped: Drugs and Alcohol” is a video that teaches students the dangers of abusing drugs and alcohol. The video is by Discovery Education, which is also known as United Streaming.
60secondscience.org is a fun website that home educators can use to supplement some of their science lessons.
This is a book review for Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt.
Reading Detective is an excellent resource for homeschooling parents that want to encourage their children to read. This book is written for grades 3-4, but is available in other grades as well.
Last year I tried Modern Curriculum Press’s Mathematics Level C for homeschooling my daughter in the 3rd grade. The book was boring and my daughter lost interest in Math. I had to switch curriculum during the school year, which cost more money.
Science projects are used in every grade that teaches science. It is also common for schools to hold annual science fair projects. Teachers may need to recommend some science project books to their students and this one is a good one.