FREE Columns Using Word 2003 and 2007 Lessons – FREE for a Limited Time

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How to Organize those Printables for the School Year!

 Are you one of those printable fanatics, too? I love finding quality printables for homeschool and homemaking on the Internet. Today, many bloggers offer them for free on their sites and the variety is enormous. I am notorious for printing recipe after recipe. And in all honesty, I usually always use the recipe printable at least once. If my gang enjoyed the recipe, I keep the recipe in a 3 ring binder labeled “RECIPES”. If it was a flop, I {Read More}

FREE Reading Genre Posters for Classroom and Homeschool Library

Being a reading teacher, teaching the different genres is required according to the state standards. However, it’s one of my favorite subject to teach to my students.  Reading Genre Posters are one way to introduce the different reading genres to your students. I like to pick one reading genre per week and concentrate on reading and sharing the specific genre with the class. I have students pick a book or article that interests them within that genre either in the {Read More}

Homeschool Character Study – FREE Printable!

A Homeschool Character Study is part of our weekly school routine.

Quick Math Worksheets

Quick math worksheets are the perfect solution for teaching students about place value. I remember when my oldest son had a lot of trouble with this concept. He just couldn’t grasp the concept in his head. He would end up with the correct answer, but had to actually work out the problem on paper instead of answering the problem instantly in his head. I grew up doing fine in math, but I really didn’t have an understanding of the subject. {Read More}