Its curriculum shopping season and as you are browsing catalogs, hitting up conventions, and scouring the web, you may ask yourself what the perfect curriculum is. Well, the truth of the matter is there is none. However, we can break it down and help you find a great curriculum that works for your family.
Randi’s Curriculum Choices
There are way too many curriculum choices. Some are excellent and a lot are not! In creating this list, I didn’t want to add to all the noise and burden parents to just buy more stuff to put on their shelves. I wanted to keep my recommendations to only the books that are very, very special. There are many more books, but most people don’t have very much time and their children don’t either. So read and use the really good books first and then if time permits, read the rest.
This is one of the true supersites for education. Take the time to learn how to use this site, you will be very impressed.
http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/ Providing a wealth of lessons, tools, and resources for K-12 science educators, Science NetLinks is your guide to meaningful standards-based Internet experiences for students.
Popular with Homeschoolers, Dinah Zike invented so many of the foldables used in lapbooking. Make your homeschool learning come alive, enhance unit studies.
http://www.dinah.com Dinah Zike is noted for inventing and developing three-dimensional educational manipulatives, also called graphic organizers, that. …
National Geographic is a huge website! It would take a person a long time to go through the whole thing. Take the time to teach your student how to use this website. It is well worth your time, especially for the photographs. For instance, search on volcanoes. This is a wonderful website for for unit studies and research projects.