On this page I am going to group items by subject. This page will serve as somewhat of an index page. Some of the subjects I'll be including are: Art, Computer Science, Entrepreneurship, Foreign Language, Grammar, Handwriting, History, Literature, Math, Music, Phonics, Photography, Physical Education, Reading, Science, Spelling/Vocabulary, Typing and Writing.
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Homeschool Subjects - Homeschooling Entrepreneurship
Homeschooling and Entrepreneurship - 5 Reasons They Fit Together
Homeschooling Entrepreneurship - 10 Tips
Homeschooling Entrepreneurship - Encouraging Your Children in Their Uniqueness
Homeschooling Entrepreneurship - Homeschooling Music - Teach Your Children to Play a Musical Instrument
Homeschooling Entrepreneurship - Homeschooling Music - The Hendersons Bluegrass Gospel Band
Homeschooling Entrepreneurship - SBI vs Wordpress: Which is the Better Deal for Your Needs?
Homeschooling Entrepreneurship - Some Videos for some Inspiration
Homeschooling Entrepreneurship - The Importance of Communication Skills
Homeschooling Entrepreneurship - 5 Tips for Developing Communication Skills in Children
Bright Ideas Press "Illuminations" was built to complement The Mystery of History Series or the All American History Series which is why I am listing it under History. You can click the icon above for all the details on the curriculum. You can also read my review here.
Map Trek is a Science and Geography Curriculum for Grades 1-6. Click on the above icon for more information.
Homeschool Subjects - History - Founders or Traitors
Founders or Traitors - FREE Electronic Fieldtrip from
Colonial Williamsburg - ends May 1st, 2014:
Colonial Williamsburg is offering a Complimentary Access from May 1, 2013 through May 1, 2014 on its program "Founders or Traitors? It is FREE to use for 1 whole year...Read below for all the details.
Discover the risks the signers of the Declaration of Independence took in The Electronic Field Trip, "Founders or Traitors?" The months of late 1776 were "the times that try men's souls." Join Edward Rutledge, Benjamin Franklin, and John Adams as they attend a conference with British admiral Lord Howe, hoping to end the American rebellion peacefully.
What is Colonial Williamsburg's Gift to the Nation? Colonial Williamsburg's Gift to the Nation offers students an opportunity to interact virtually with historical characters and provides teachers with unique resources to engage students in the study of citizenship and our founding democratic principles.
Statistics from the 2010 National Assessment of Educational Progress indicate that academic performance in history for students in grades 4 to 8 (the targeted
group for Electronic Field Trips) has declined substantially over the past few years. By providing this electronic field trip without charge to schools and home school families, Colonial Williamsburg demonstrates its commitment to halt that decline.
Available online 24/7 from May 1, 2013 to May 1, 2014
On-demand video streaming over the Web
Email John Adams
Interactive online games
Downloadable resources, such as the teacher guide
and program script (PDF)
Comprehensive classroom lesson plans
We hope you'll take advantage of this unique opportunity to bring this exciting, relevant program into your school or home! Just click here!
Homeschool Subjects - Homeschooling Music
Homeschool Music - Hear/Purchase Our Bluegrass Gospel CD's
Homeschool Music - 2013 - The Year in Pictures
Homeschool Music - Matthew Playing with Kody Norris - Some Videos
Homeschool Music - Some Free Beginning Instructional Videos
To read a reprint of a newspaper article about banjos and teens, click here.
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Digital Photography 101
Differences Between a Point and Shoot and DSLR Camera
Point and Shoot Camera vs DSLR - Benefits and Drawbooks
The Top 4 Features to Look for when Buying a Point and Shoot Digital Camera
Product Review - The Canon PowerShot ELPH 110 HS Camera
Product Review - The Canon PowerShot SX50 HS
Product Review - The Nikon Coolpix AW100
Product Review - The Olympus Stylus TG-2 iHS
10 Tips for Homeschooling Science
Homeschool Science - Some Videos
Homeschool Science - Free (for limited time) Video Science Lesson - How to Scientifically Measure the Speed of Light with a Chocolate Bar
To help you with homeschooling science, be sure and check out the "My First Lab Duo-Scope Microscope" for ages 9 and up. Click on the icon below for more details and to purchase.
My husband took woodworking when he was in high school and is a carpenter by trade; so I knew it would only be natural for him to teach our son woodworking skills. And he did, starting when Matthew was just 5 years old. Together they built a shed in our backyard. They have built lots of projects since the shed including birdhouses, benches, and tables. Here's some information and tips to help you homeschool woodworking, even if you're not a carpenter by trade..
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A Favorite Bible Verse: "Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:5-6