Have you seen the free patriotic copywork notebooking pages this week? Sign up as a free member to get instant access to this download pack. Already a member? Free and paid members will find this added to the download center. Very cool.=) There’s also a membership giveaway! Oh, and a $50% off coupon. Lots of goodies. All the details are in this post on Notebooking Pages. Check out the info and get your free patriotic printables.
I found this Bach freebie at Homeschool Freebie of the Day and I thought I’d share! The complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Back, about 270 pieces, free and available for download. Read more about it and get this freebie, head over to Homeschool Freebie of the Day! For more information about Johann Sebastian Bach: An informative bio More info about Bach, concertos, and the Baroque period at Classics for Kids Books about Bach: Johann Sebastian Bach (Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Composers) Johann Sebastian Bach, his Life, Art, and Work Johann Sebastian Bach: The Learned Musician
This week’s freebie at Currclick: A root and compound word unit, 14 pages, based on the Dick and Jane reader, Friends Old and New. It doesn’t say what age or grade but I’d say it’s good for 1st and 2nd graders, depending on your child’s reading level. Click on the image below to get it free! See everything by this publisher here.
Another weekly freebie from Currclick: A multiplication game by teachwithgames.com, I’ve downloaded it myself to play with Drama Queen, who is just beginning to learn about multiplication. If I like it, I It’s the first in a series, and if it works well for us we could pick up more advanced levels for Princess and Drama Queen to play together, providing Princess with with a little bit of extra practice.
This week’s Curr-Click freebie is a ebook called “Organize Your Homeschool” by LeBedz Publishing. Their summary: “Does it take you half an hour to find the grammar book each morning? Do the kids take five minutes to find and sharpen a pencil? Many people ask, “Why bother to organize? It is too much work!” That has an easy answer: organization equals peace and consistency! In addition, I think that it is much less work to teach in an organized space than to try to find space and tools to teach every day. You reap what you sow: sow peace and