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In deep gratitude for the many kindnesses he and his wife and son Greville had received, while in America, MacDonald wrote and published in 1878 “A Letter to American Boys.” Better than any biographical sketch could do, this letter and its parable-story give the true spirit of the man and his writings; it also says [...]
It took about 45 minutes for my boys and I to make this digital scrapbook page. After reading the book we brainstormed a list of facts to record. We began with a scrapbook template (starting with a template says hours!) and the boys chose the kits and decided which papers went where. Scrapbooking to Learn [...]
You asked for it. Not only is this planner Day by day it is Step by Step! Click on the images for the PDFs. Week at a Glance Month at A Glance These pages were created in direct response to the terrific feedback from customers at the Heart of Wisdom Community Board. See the discussions [...]
The Heart of Wisdom approach recommends immersing your children in living books or classical literature. We believe you should read the greatest classic—the Bible—the only real, literal, living book, daily, and attempt to read several classics throughout the year. Free 31 page PDF Choosing and Using Resources.
We are working on Christian’s Bible Drill at our church. I made these matching cards for the first nine Bible verses.
This is a free printable 4 page document (1 page instructions 3 pages of cards) you can print from your computer.
Become a better teacher through the use of digital technologies. There are many web sites where you can watch streaming videos on your computer. Video streaming brings courses alive to online learners, by allowing you to use your visual and auditory senses to learn interesting and complex material. We use streaming videos in our homeschool [...]
Packed with everything you need in a writing handbook. Writing, reading, and additional study skills are combined in the best comprehensive writing manuals ever! The fundamental principals of writing are explained throughout for quick reference. Some of the topics covered are: writing paragraphs, poetry , punctuation, spelling, and more with sections on logic, book review, [...]
Kill two proverbial birds with one stone by having your children practice handwriting with these FREE printable Bible verses in manuscript, cursive, or D’Nealian.
Free Printable Kids Chore Charts How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Telling a child to clean a room is overwhelming. These check lists are broken down into easy doable one to three minute chores. Assign a child a room or a few steps. Hang the kids core chart in the [...]
The Bible Worksheets have been very popular. We wanted to make these available in index card size also. One page includes all three Bible study cards: Bible Passage, Bible Event, and Bible Character. Print on card stock for index card quality. Store in recipe or index card box. Index card dividers are available in office [...]
Do your children have email accounts? I created Google email accounts (free safe Gmail’s plus-addressing) for my boys so I could email educational game links to their laptop computers. I didn’t realize how motivating email would be. They began writing letters to their father, grand parents, brothers and sisters. Writing and receiving emails makes learning [...]
Students develop excellence in achievement by completing the worksheets ; they develop diligence by continually practicing clarity, accuracy, relevance, prioritizing, consistency, depth, and breadth through writing activities.
I was excited as soon as I saw the words “A Family Writing Lifestyle.” Mary Ann shares valuable insights not only about writing itself, but about passing on the gift of written expression as a family tradition. What a gift to pass on to your children —the ability to capture insights, record memories, and relate [...]
Can MP3s and Ipods improve your children’s reading comprehension and speed? Can it help same you time teaching and story reading? Here are 7 reasons to use MP3 in your homeschool including listening to the classics, homeschool software , improving reading, Bible study, where to get FREE downloads, and more. Free Books: Overdrive and NetLibrary [...]