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Teach Your Kids to Code: 6 Beginner's Resources for Parents | Edutopia
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Blogger Matt Davis has collected some handy resources that parents can use to help their kids start learning about computer programming.
15 Ways of Teaching Every Student to Code Even Without a Computer. http://buff.ly/1LIIXv0 #edtech #coding #GBL
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Coding for Kindergarteners | Edutopia
CodeCombat - Learn how to code by playing a game
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CodeCombat: Learn to Code by Playing a Game - Python
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CodeCombat: Learn to Code by Playing a Game
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Math Brave Writer Style
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Ever wonder how to apply Brave Writer principles to math? See how this mom did it!
Reggio inspired math
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Worksheets don’t Work: Try Reggio-Inspired Mathematics! | Technology Rich Inquiry Based Research
Google 'mathematical invitations Reggio inspired'... (",)
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Moving away from worksheets for Math
To learn more this boy leaves the classroom to strike out on his own path.
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Boy surrounded by the wonder of learning. http://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2015/08/19/432582341/to-learn-more-this-high-schooler-left-the-classroom
nprED: All Things Considered. To Learn More, this high-school student left the classroom.
Boy surrounded by the wonder of learning.-- some valuable lessons to be learned of here.
To Learn More, This High-Schooler Left The Classroom AUGUST 19, 2015 4:47 PM ET from CPR JENNY BRUNDIN Listen to the Story All Things Considered 4:41 Embed Transcript Boy surrounded by the wonder of learning. Sleepingspider/Ikon Images/Corbis Like a lot of students, 17-year-old Nick Bain says he really likes his school, but sometimes it can feel like a chore. "It just feels a little bit like you just have to keep doing one thing after another, but without a whole lot of thinking about an educa
Boy surrounded by the wonder of learning. He leaves school to find his own education.
To learn more, this highschooler left the classroom.
Boy surrounded by the wonder of learning.
A response to those I offend in my choice to homeschool.
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It's not a good practice, but I admit it. Sometimes I read the comments. The ones that follow online articles about homeschooling.
TheHomeSchoolMom Blog: I'm not homeschooling AT you; I'm just homeschooling.
Jot It Down! Bundle Brave Writer
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Teaching writing is not a program. It doesn’t follow a specific set of steps. Programmatic writing instruction is the reason so many kids don’t like writing, and so many adults still lack confidence as writers!
The Writer's Jungle - Teaches parents how to teach writing.
My go-to writing tool, worth every penny.
The Writer's Jungle. Eden's LA curriculum
The Writer's Jungle
Private school vs. public school: Only bad people send their kids to private school.
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You are a bad person if you send your children to private school. Not bad like murderer bad—but bad like ruining-one-of-our-nation’s-most-essential-institutions-in-order-to-get-what’s-best-for-your-kid bad. So, pretty bad. I am not an education policy wonk: I’m just judgmental. But it seems to me that if every single parent sent every single child to...
Bad people send their kids to PrivateSchool - well - kind of - can't judge - but believe in - if everyone did this...
Allison Benedikt of Slate mag says that if you put your children in private schools, you are a bad person. Your children should be sacrificed to failing public schools for the future generations.
If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person 76k 3.3k 163 A manifesto. By Allison Benedikt
If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person. A good essay for teaching personal opinion vs. argumentation.
If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person You are a bad person if you send your children to private school. Not bad like murderer bad—but bad like ruining-one-of-our-nation’s-most-essential-institutions-in-order-to-get-what’s-best-for-your-kid bad. So, pretty bad.
If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person A manifesto.
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Techniques for Organizing the ADHD Student - Childswork-Childsplay Blog
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Techniques for helping students with ADHD.
Techniques for organizing the ADHD student
4 Myths of Homeschooling - WAHM.com
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3 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Nutrition Consulting Business - WAHM.com
6 Home Business Startup Mistakes to Avoid - WAHM.com #workingmom #entrepreneur
Organize Your Small Business Finances with Home Budget Software - WAHM.com
10 Mistakes Freelance Graphic Designers Make When Starting Out - WAHM.com
Work a little exercise a little; add variety to your home office routine.
4 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Out as a Technical Writer - WAHM.com
5 #home #office #organization #tips (via www.wahm.com)
Chalupa Casserole - WAHM.com
When They Ask If Your Kids Will Miss Out
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The Big Bad Middle School Literature List (Grades 5-8) (Ages 9-14)
20 Things Only Homeschool Parents Will Understand
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Top 10 Homeschool Curriculum Picks of 2013
Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer
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Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer - I recently stumbled upon this super fun game for emergent readers and just had to share it with you. It's free for desktops, but only a few dollars for iPad. I think my niece and nephew are going to LOVE this game and can't wait to try it with them!
Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer. The BAFTA-nominated, multi-award winning Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps is ...
Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer. The BAFTA-nominated, multi-award winning Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps is to be released on tablet exclusively for the iPad, on the 24th July 2014. Get it here: http://teachyourmonstertoread.com/
Lovely little review of Teach Your Monster to Read from a homeschooling family. Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer
The BAFTA-nominated, multi-award winning Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps is to be released on tablet exclusively for the iPad, on the 24th July 2014.
Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer app and website for blending and segmenting words
The BAFTA-nominated, multi-award winning Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps is to be released on tablet exclusively for the iPad, on the 24th July 2014. Get it here: http://teachyourmonstertoread.com/ipad The game is a phonics-based reading adventure for children aged 3 - 6. It was created and developed by The Usborne Foundation. Children create their own monster and take it on an adventure through a magical world. They travel to colourful places, meet the mysterious Island ...
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Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps - iPad Trailer. The BAFTA-nominated, multi-award winning Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps is to be released on tablet exclusively for the iPad, on the 24th July 2014. Get it here: http://teachyourmonstertoread.com/ipad The game is a phonics-based reading adventure for children aged 3 - 6. It was created and developed by The Usborne Foundation. Children create their own monster and take it on an adventure through a magical world. They travel to colourful places, meet the mysterious Island Kings and collect rewards as their monster learns the first steps of reading. The game helps children to develop speed and accuracy of letter recognition, plus developing their ability to blend and segment words. It follows the teaching sequence in the UK Government-recommended “Letters and Sounds” programme. The game has been designed in collaboration with academics from Roehampton University and features Simon Farnaby from BBC’s Horrible Histories.
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Welcome to the Summer Issue! It’s time for a change! In the summer issue of home/school/life magazine, you’ll find practical advice for navigating tough homeschool transitions and lots of inspiration for great family travel. Enjoy a sample of what’s in the issue here, or subscribe to read the whole issue. #homeschool #homschoollifemag
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Mindful Homeschooling: The Bliss of Under-Scheduling
Holiday gift ideas for your child artist | Project Based Homeschooling
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What's wrong with DIY/Maker Faire/hacking/tinkering for kids — and how we can make it better | Project Based Homeschooling
Do you discuss short and long-term goals with your kids? Homeschooling or not, this post has interesting ideas for learning conferences between parents and children.
Camp Creek Blog | Project Based Homeschooling. This is a great site with blog posts geared toward project based homeschooling for kids but also geared towards moms. The forum is fab, too! - need to look this over too.
Perseverance and grit vs. knowing when to quit | Project Based Homeschooling
Art lesson: Wire sculpture, part 1 | Project Based Homeschooling
Art lesson: Observational drawing | Project Based Homeschooling
Art lesson: Watercolor techniques | Project Based Homeschooling
Teaching perseverance and grit | Project Based Homeschooling
What's wrong with DIY for kids
Making Time for Things That Matter
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5 ways to find more time for things that matter Camp Creek Blog | Project Based Homeschooling
Five ways to find more time for the things that matter | Project Based Homeschooling
Inside my project journal | Project Based Homeschooling
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One of my favorite journaling posts EVER! From Project Based Homeschooling :: Inside my project journal — documenting children’s self-directed learning
"Inside my project journal — documenting children’s self-directed learning" by Lori Pickert, Project-Based Homeschooling PBH
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Camp Creek Blog | Project Based Homeschooling
Journaling | Project Based Homeschooling
Project journal — parent’s | Project Based Homeschooling
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"A parent’s project journal — advice for documenting children’s learning" by Lori Pickert, Project-Based Homeschooling PBH (same image, different post)
I use my project journal to keep track of what the boys are doing each day books they’ve read movies they’ve seen sites they’ve visited online their conversations letters and e-mails they’ve sent photos of them working photos they’ve taken their sketches, models, and constructions their questions their plans their requests — for materials, field work, etc. and so on... I use a digital camera and print out my photos on regular
A parent’s project journal — advice for documenting children’s learning
Parents' Project Journal
Constructivism as a Paradigm for Teaching and Learning
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Concept to Classroom: Constructivism as a Paradigm for Teaching and Learning - Demonstration
Constructivism as a Paradigm for Teaching and Learning (rec by Lori in PBH Master Class)
Constructivist approach to teaching
Learning to read... | Project Based Homeschooling
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Parent-child learning conferences: helping children set their own learning goals | Project Based Homeschooling
Project-based homeschooling is an approach to learning that prioritizes doing real, meaningful work. That work must meet certain criteria: It must be self-chosen; It must be self-directed; It must be self-managed.
Project Based Homeschooling - focussing on the child's interests while creating a curriculum that traces what they'll need to know
10 Steps to Getting Started with Project-Based Homeschooling | Project Based Homeschooling
About | Project Based Homeschooling: a fantastic resource full of practical tips
how to make cleaning up part of the project | Project Based Homeschooling
Project-based homeschooling curriculum | Project Based Homeschooling
Art lesson: Blind contour drawing | Project Based Homeschooling
Life of Fred. A truly wonderful math series that teaches math in a very unique way. These are funny. engaging math storybooks and not boring drill workbooks. The focus is on helping you learn to think about math and seeing math applied in real life. Just because the books seem skinny since they are not stuffed with practice worksheets which you can find anywhere, this is deceptively deep and solid.
Life of Fred Apples teaches beginning addition