This week’s freebies from HomeschoolFreebieoftheDay.com:
Monday, April 23rd:
QUICK START FOR NOTEBOOKING! by Cindy Rushton
Need ideas for encouraging your young writers and QUICK?
Ready for a FUN way to encourage your most reluctant writer
to write AND like it? This fun-filled, hands-on workshop
is one that won’t want to miss! Cindy Rushton, who has become
known through the years as THE BINDER QUEEN, uses
Notebooking for EVERYTHING! She will show you how to begin
whether your child is a toddler or the most skeptical high
schoolers. This workshop is sure to light a fire that will
equip YOU to help your children deepen their studies and
document learning all along the way!
Tuesday, April 24th:
LESSONS IN ELECTRIC CIRCUITS (online and PDF ebooks)
Today we feature this excellent up-to-date series of SIX
ebooks all about electricity and electric circuits,
which together comprise a complete course
in electronics for jr. high – college age students.
Well done lessons, with lots of hands-on applications and
also includes a full volume of experiments!
If you have a student interested in electronics,
this is an amazing resource you’ll want to have!
Wednesday, April 25th:
LEARN TO PLAY THE GUITAR (online lessons & videos)
Also this week we point you to a truly wonderful online
guitar course for beginners, offering advice about the
very first steps that need to be taken (like buying an
instrument) and what to expect on this fun and rewarding
(and sometimes frustrating) journey that is learning to play
the guitar. Loads of step-by-step playing lessons, videos,
and a systematic learning method that is adaptable to your
student’s prior knowledge and personal situation.
Thursday, April 26th:
MATH PUZZLES & COMPETITIONS
Dozens of brain-stretching mathematical problems and shape
related teasers (including printable tangram puzzles,
sliding blocks, pentominoes, and dissection puzzles) to get your
students thinking and using their problem-solving skills!
Friday, April 27th:
A UNIQUE GRAMMAR SERIES – FOR GRADES 1 THROUGH 12!
When most people think of studying grammar, they think of
rules (hundreds of), and exceptions (thousands of), and
“drill-and-kill” exercises. That is, after all, the way that
grammar is currently taught. But it need not be. Instead of
focusing on grammatical constructions, this curriculum
focuses on texts. It uses grammatical concepts to explain
how words in a sentence work together to create meaning.
The students’ objective is to understand how every piece
(every word) fits. This huge resource has everything you
need to teach grammar from
primary through high school! Check it out!
All of the above resources will be available on their
respective days this week at: