May 17, 2010
Currclick: Scrapbooking American History 1900-1919
By the way, if you saw the thing for turning your kid’s book into a real book…just so you know, for FREE you can do that at Amazon.com and you will get an ISBN number and have your book listed on Amazon. You don’t have to pay extra for that. Amazon has a program called Create Space and it isn’t exclusive like the offer on Currclick.
Here is their magazine supplement for the summer with lots of pages of resources like notebooking pages, copywork, lapbook pieces, etc. There are also lots of homeschooling articles in there as well.
Monday: a free unit, a sample of their boy’s curriculum (It seems to me they always have the sample available, but maybe I’m wrong. You can go check it out.)
Tuesday: Sequential Spelling Sample This is always available. I’ve linked it here and the link will remain on this site in the Spelling section of the English page.
Wednesday/Thursday: Junior Classics These are available online at all times. They will be listed on the Books to Read page all together under a heading, Junior Classics
Heroes and Heroines of Chivalry (I’ll make note of this on the world history page.)
Animals and Nature Stories (I’ll make note of this on the zoology page.)