Tuesday, June 30, 2009

For Children and Parents and Sunday School Teachers...

...and babysitters and aunts and next door neighbors...

Isn't it wonderful to see how much homeschool parents share information with each other? If you really had to do a year of homeschooling with not much more than pencil and paper, art supplies, a library card and the internet, you could do it!

In light of current economic situations challenging many families, Terri Johnson, of Knowledge Quest, has posted 5 Must-Have No-Cost Resources for Homeschooling. These make a good starting place.

December 2008, lapbook preparation

Not just for homeschoolers - so many available free scheduling worksheets, coloring and fun pages (baby-sitting that young neighbor? teaching Sunday School this week?) I just printed out a couple of Donna Young's printing readiness tracing sheets for the rising kindergartener we'll be caring for today. If they go over well, I'll print out some more for tomorrow.

A little school break project - I took a stack of colored paper, 2 sheets of notes, and 2 big folders over, and we made lapbooks on the Twelve Days of Christmas (thanks, Crispy, for the inspiration!)

3 comments:

Mildred said...

I love the lapbooks. Hope you and your family have a wonderful July 4th!

ScienceGeek said...

Thanks for the link. The resources look awesome.

crispy said...

Looks great...you are always full of good resources. One of the many reasons I love you. =)

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