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#Review of Glee Gum Make from Scratch Candy Kits + Sweet Giveaway + Free Lesson Plans

Posted on May 9, 2013 at 8:45 AM

 

I have to confess that other than making some fudge at home, I had never really made candy. Does that count as candy making? So I was thrilled to finally be able to do this review for our dynamic sponsor, Glee Gum

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Free Ancient Egyptian Printable Game + Ancient Civilization Unit

Posted on April 26, 2013 at 6:20 AM

This past week has been quite the rockin' week for me. Our New Bee workshops ended for the year and our year end co-op is coming up this Monday.  On top of that I have lots to share with you. We needed a break from studying about ancient civilizations and because I also needed some time to finish getting ready for the co-op, I created a game for my ...

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History Lovers Resources Roundup

Posted on April 13, 2013 at 9:00 PM


I get asked quite often what curriculum I use for preparing my history lapbooks. Well I don't really use curriculum, but I do use history resources. If I could have a do over when I made history curriculum choices in the past, I would focus less on curriculum and more on resources to build a history curriculum.

Resources are always timely, can span many grades ...

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{Look Alive: Winter #Homeschooling Ideas & Downloads, Day 5: Look to Free Educator's Guides}

Posted on March 16, 2013 at 8:40 AM

Just in time before spring officially begins, I am wrapping up my series on the last day of {Look Alive: Winter #Homeschooling Ideas & Download. It is Day 5: Look to Free Guides}.

These next two websites have free teacher's guides that I have downloaded and refer to when I need them. They have little nuggets of information or activities to spur ...

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The Inuit & Arctic Wrap up + Free Lapbook Cover Pages

Posted on March 12, 2013 at 9:20 AM

 I just realized as we had put the final touches on our Arctic & The Inuit Unit study that I did not ever send you the cover pages. I normally try to make these first if I make some, but usually send them last or toward the end of the unit since they go on the outside flaps of our lapbook. Too, if you choose to notebook and just use part of the minibooks, the covers can be used to divide sections or as decorative pieces.

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