Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Great me at least

My friend Carrie has been sharing a few websites she has come up with and I realized that I should share some of the websites that I have found and use. Most of these would be beneficial for both home and class teachers. This has a lot of stuff for free and more if you chose to become a member. I'm not a member of this one and still find some great things. This is actually a free curriculum that uses a lot of public domain sorces which keep it free. It's Christian based and using a Charlotte Mason approach for the most part. Brightly Beaming Resources is the curriculum I used as a spring board for Micki's preschool year. It actually starts with a curriculum for babies! A lot of resources including the ability to make your own word search and crosswords puzzles. Really like this site. I even purchased a membership for this one because it was fairly reasonable and many of the things you can access as a member can be saved which means I'll be able to get them later when I'm no longer a member. This site has unit studies, as well as, FIAR and lapbooking resources. Make your own flashcard resource Kind of a cool site with various dot to dots already made and the ability to make your own. This is not your old-fashioned dot to dots. There are dot to dots of things like a motorcross helmet, Eiffel Tower, the outline of Ethiopia, etc. Some as as many as 400+ dots! It has a lot of different subjects from Bible lessons to famous art work. A lot of worksheets for various topics and grades. Another great source for PK and K items. Some could even be expanded for older students. Puzzle pre-made and make your own as well as other worksheets Has links to a lot of various Bible topics A great resource for teaching through the Bible. I'm currently using them as the outline for our Bible lessons. Computer games for various ages and subjects. I have yet to come across a child that doesn't like Starfall. Helps teach reading skill with phonics and also has other things like making your own monthly calendar and learning about famous composers.

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