April 19, 2010
From last week:
From Currclick: Shakespeare Copywork
Learn the States and Postal Abbreviations eight-page pdf from fivejs.com This link will remain on the blog on the Geography page.
Down on the Farm mp3 audios. This will not be on the blog. Get it today from Homeschool Freebie of the Day.
Chemistry Experiments you can do at home This link will remain on the blog on the Chemistry page.
Is a collection of Shakespeare links. Here’s my Shakespeare stuff from last week.
If you are interested in their Shakespeare thing…on the Ambleside page there are these links in year 1:
Also, all of those radio shows are online for free if you want to Google them. It may be easiest to search for it directly on archive.org. Plus all of Shakespeare plays are online for reading and listening. Many of them are linked on this blog on the “Books to Read and to Listen to Page”. There are also several places where there are guides to them. All of the Shakespeare plays I’ve put up on this blog also have links to a study guide to go with them. You can also search for any of the plays at Cliffs Notes and Spark Notes has a side by side modern translation of the plays. This is all online for free that I’m talking about. The Ambleside curriculum uses Shakespeare from a young age so you can also go to their website and read about using Shakespeare with young children. And of course Google can bring up ideas for introducing Shakespeare to kids. I’m not going to put up a big Shakespeare for kids section on here, but it is all free out there if you want it.