Tuesday, April 19, 2005
WITH A MOO, MOO HERE. . .
One reason more people don’t homeschool their children, or enrich the public-school curriculum with some quality “afterschooling,” is that they don’t think quality curriculum exists outside the schoolhouse door.
Ohhhhhhh, yes, it does.
The Internet has brought us a good share of problems. But it also has brought us some pretty great opportunities for free learning activities and curriculum reviews for our kids.
Take a look at these three websites, for starters:
Now, a friend of mine has some pedigreed sheep that just had lambs. I wanted to give Maddy, 5, a little introduction before we went over to see them. I could easily have gotten a library book on sheep, but happened to receive this weekly email that was remarkably on point. Just look at all the learning that’s available, just for kindergarten-age children, and just about farm animals:
Weekly emails like this are from a nifty site called www.gradelevelgold.com
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