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Free Homeschool Preschool and Elementary Curriculum: Brightly Beaming Resources


36 week Preschool Curriculum (the first weeks she double and triples up on individual letters so that the last portion can focus on more science, etc. I think I will still just do one letter per week to really reinforce it, but I like all the other activity ideas too).

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Grades K-5 Common Core Math Standards Posters ~ CCSS Overview & Checklists

This resource is based on Common Core standards but is also helpful if your curriculum is a variation. You'll get 50-60 student-friendly goals per grade level, color-coded by cluster across K-5! It's a time-saver for teachers, parents, or anyone else who needs to know which topics are required at each level. Posters are set up as 11-by-17 pages but can also be printed as small reference sheets. ~by Angie Seltzer


Over 200 Free Science and Social Studies Resources- Perfect for the Homeschool Curriculum and Inquiry-Based Learning. Sign up today to get started!

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Alphabet Books: ABC Books for Preschool, Pre-k and Kindergarten

These little books print 4 per page and are very easy to assemble. Kids practice letter recongition, letter sound association and letter formation with ABC Alphabet Books are perfect letter activity for your letter of the week or early literacy curriculum. Use in literacy center, writing center, or as a take home activity. Great for preschool and pre-k and are a great review for kindergarten. . These little books print 4 per page and are very easy to assemble


Student Workbooks Now Available! 9 grade-level technology curriculum student eworkbooks (kindergarten through 8th grade–only 3rd-8th available currently). Aligned with the Structured Learning K-8 technology curriculum (which is aligned with Common Core and ISTE)–one ebook per grade level. Each ebook is 136-195 pages, with 193-230 images.


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Homeschool Unit Study – Oceans of the World - Six Dollar Family

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Teaching the Hidden Curriculum: One Item at a Time

Teaching the Hidden Curriculum 1 Item at a Time--3 Ways to Introduce Them to The Class. It’s time to move on to teaching the hidden curriculum. Today I want to focus on one of the most common ways to teach it–introducing and discussing 1 item per day. Keep reading for ways to fit this into your classroom routine as well as pros and cons of this type of instruction. Get great info at: