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Five in a Row- love, love, love this! My core for elementary years. Collected all the books and saving for my grands! (and any other kiddos that come into our family)

Sonlight Curriculum provides a Time Line in book form. Here are some ideas for using it creatively.

Curriculum is NOT Something You Buy - a Paradigm Shift in the Way we Think About Education

Human Body Posters (could work in groups or individually) could divide groups into different areas, ie skeletal system, nervous system, digestive system etc.

  • Kristin Oase

    Katelyn Lawrence This seems like something fab you would do with Audrey =)

  • Candice Taylor

    I made a mini-health unit of this supplementing with information I got from an amazing kid-book entitled: The Amazing Human Machine. My kids have loved it!

  • Homeschooling Through the Ages

    My kids loved this it was so fun!

"I've seen this done with celery, but this is pretty cool...Looks good for showing water moving through plants"

Letter Combinations and Blends Chart. LOVE THIS!!!

Kindergarten sight work notebook - Fry words 0-100 - includes colors, numbers, letters and words

15 fantasic fine art activities for kids -- No, I don't have children or will anytime soon. But the idea of educating and instilling art appreciation in such a way is so great. I'm pinning this in hopes that moms will repin and do.

punctuation - Even more than a poster, i'd like it as a handout for each student's reference binder.

Sentence Surgery...laminated unedited sentence strips, bandaid strips for ending punctuation, small round bandages for commas and quotations, tongue depressors to mark capitalization, and 'Emergency Kit' paper bags w/ red cross on them (to keep surgery supplies). Can adjusted to use K-6...the kids loved it!

South America Coloring Map of countries- maybe use for jr. high to point out Spanish speaking countries

FREE BOB Books Printables for Beginning Readers: Set 1, Book 3 Dot