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Free Lego Printables for Early Elementary LEGO learning -- My seven-year-old son LOVES to play with legos. Seriously — he would never stop playing legos if it wasn’t for food and MineCraft. So if I can get him to do school with legos? I’m rockin’ school! from #HSencouragement #Homeschool LEGO Learning
Quick & Easy Writing/Presentation Practice~ Create paper strips with experience-based speech topics, such as the ones shown, and place them in a bag. Next, have each student draw two strips, choose one, and return the other. Then have the student label three index cards as shown. Give each child five minutes to plan a short speech about his topic, listing key words and phrases on each card. Finally, have him announce his topic and present his one- to three-minute speech.
Eleven years ago, a group of women came together to start a Five in a Row Homeschool Co-op. The oldest kids attending were in first grade. After five years, we decided those oldest kids needed something more, so we started an enrichment co-op, Treasure Seekers. The classes below are a sampling of the 70+ classes …
Practice that feels like play. Get the K12 app that teachers use. IXL’s free tablet app is here to make math and language arts practice fun and engaging for kids everywhere. Boasting all the functionality of the IXL website as well as a host of unique tablet-only features, it’s practice that feels like play. Download the teacher-approved K-12 app for free on iPad, Android and Kindle.
Kids File Boxes: Paperwork can become a huge burden as a parent, and you definitely want to keep a lot of it, but where? How about making a file box for each child?! Get this and more fun spring cleaning tips for the family on this site. #HTCleanSpring