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Hand Painted Cursive Alphabet Cards

Make Cursive practice cards/ waldorf watercolor

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Learning About the Great Artists in Your Homeschool

Learning About the Great Artists: Homeschool Artist Studies

Depth and Complexity with fairytales! Everything you need to introduce and teach the 11 icons to your students.

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GREEK MYTHOLOGY Unit Plan, Five Full Weeks of Beautifully Designed Lessons

Use these FIVE FULL WEEKS of lesson plans as you take your students through the magic and scandals of Greek mythology. Help your students connect the themes of the classic tales to our modern world and their own lives. Beautifully designed, relevant activities will make the NEXT 25 DAYS of your class sparkle as students look forward to each day's adventure. Lots of challenging fun!

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Poetry of Dead Poets Society, Analyze 3 Poems, Add Rigor to Film Study, Whitman

Add rigor to your students’ enjoyment of Dead Poets Society with these three separate lessons that focus on the poetry Mr. Keating presents to his students in the film. #DeadPoetsSociety #WaltWhitman

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Crucible, Modern Witch Hunts Final Writing Assessment for Arthur Miller's Play

Something like that couldn't happen today...right? Show your students how modern witch hunts continue to plague our world. Click here for a 6-day lesson plan to conclude your study of Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible.

Do your students use IXL? My kids love IXL. I created a sticker book for students to put stickers next to each skill after it is mastered. What kid doesn't love stickers? This one is made for 2nd grade. I also have IXL Sticker Books made for 1st grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade. If you teach one of those grades, please check out my store.

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How to Teach Homeschool Art Without a Curriculum

Art for homeschooling

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Ozymandias and Ode on a Grecian Urn

Teaching high school students to read poetry closely!

GENIUS! hot glue tacks to clothes pins, hanging classroom work has never been so easy! You could even decorate/paint the clothespins first to go with the classroom color scheme.

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Letter Of The Week Crafts

Letter Of The Week