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History from a Different Perspective: Zinn Education Project

With Columbus Day approaching (Oct. 12), I've seen a lot of discussion lately about whether and how to acknowledge this controversial holiday. For homeschoolers who want to explore history from different perspectives, Zinn Education Project is an invaluable resource.

The following quote from the website will resonate with many homeschoolers and explain why this approach to history studies is important:

Eight Great Science Websites

I'm back to blogging agian after a few weeks of home improvement projects!  This week's post is one that I wrote as a guest blog post for Homeschool Tracker. (You can see their blog here.) It's a list of eight free science websites.

 

Do you have a budding scientist in your house? Whether it's a 7-year-old asking “why...?” and “how...?” or a teen with a passion for astronomy, we want to give our children the tools to satisfy their curiosity and learn with enthusiasm.

Need Last Minute Curriculum? Try Currclick!

Are you ready for the new school year?  I know many families have already started the school year or don't even take a "summer break." (Oh the joys of homeschooling independence!) But if you're searching for last minute learning materials to start the year with, I've got a resource for you. Currclick is a website that provides curriculum materials in PDF format, so you don't have to wait (or pay) for shipping.

Save Money with Homeschool Buyers Co-op

This week I'm featuring a resource that saved me hundreds of dollars over the years. The Homeschool Buyers Co-op was founded in 2005 by a homeschooling family with the goal of getting volume discounts for homeschoolers. They negotiate with companies that publish curriculum or provide other services that homeschoolers can use, and provide some incredible deals! And the best thing about it is that membership is free!

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