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What does a homeschool day look like in a family with four children? Here's how we do it...

I think a boggle bulletin board would be really fun and interactive for the kids. The letters could be changed out each Monday and a prize given to the student who submits the most words throughout the week. Its a nice management tool also because when students finish work early they would try to find words on the boggle board. I love this!

Create●Teach●Share: word work

A big list of 14 FREE Summer Reading Programs to keep kids engaged and excited with free books, prizes and other incentives.

FREE Summer Reading Programs for Kids 2014

A beginners garden for kids! A must do for this summer!

Tips from a Typical Mom: DIY Felt Button Chain~ Learning Fine Motor Skills & Colors #kbn #preschool

Poems for how to form each number. My son mastered every number in kindergarten because of these poems, number 5 was a favorite

23 classroom accommodations for kids with autism and Asperger's Syndrome

Made my kids each one of these to keep homework, permission slips, reading calendars, etc. on, Will add their names when I get a Cricket.

Front folders for unfinished work instead of inside desks where sometimes the work disappears into black holes. - or on the sides if they sit at tables!

Sight words (how many can you read? How high can you build your tower?)