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Wolf Mama: "As a Stay At Home Mama (SAHM), and a Homeschooling Mama, I've found so many fun
and educational sites! I thought I'd put them together and share them. This
will take a while to put together, and will be updated periodically. So, do
check back often!"
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Spelling, Language Arts), History, Educational Government Sites, Science, Health
& Safety, Arts & Crafts, New York State, Fun Educational, Christian, Freebies,
Testing, Pets, Computer, Curriculums Books, Curriculums, There's more than one
way to learn!, Business, Holidays, Legal, Italian Language, Oooops! Yet to be
Sorted!, Homeschooling Links, Where should this one be?, About Wolf Mama
*Note: Some sites may be listed in more than one category. For example,
an educational government site might be listed under "Science" and "Government
(Also includes Mental Math, Information on teaching math by applying it to
everyday life, Money and Financial sites, and more!)
This site has a lot of stuff! Flash cards you can print out. A
Metric System Converter. Math Games. Math Humor. Multiplication Table.
Mental Math Site
"Math is an attitude" "Want to learn how to quickly square a number that ends in
5? Or how to tell if a number is divisible by 3? Or maybe you'd like to know why
the number 153 in the Bible is such an interesting number? That's the kind of
fun and fascinating math tricks and trivia you'll find here at CuriousMath.com."
This site is provided by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project.
This is actually a math curriculum. "Everyday Mathematics
emphasizes the application of mathematics to real world situations. Numbers,
skills and mathematical concepts are not presented in isolation, but are linked
to situations and contexts that are relevant to everyday lives. The curriculum
also provides numerous suggestions for incorporating mathematics into daily
classroom routines and other subject areas."
This is a good article about Math, and various ways of teaching Math.
Overview of Math Curriculum by Dale R. Reed
Suggestions to help your children enjoy math and be better thinkers.
"Did you ever wonder what made your teacher get so excited about some topic in
Mathematics? On this page, we will try to collect items about Mathematics one of
which hopefully may explain this wierd behavior." Life by the Numbers, The
Abacus, Games, Permutations & Spreadsheets, Answers to math related
questions (such as: "What is the origin of zero?"), Biographies of Women in
Mathematicians, Calculating Machines, Calculators Online; Chaos, Fractals, and
Arcadia; Classic Fallacies; Date of Easter (find out how the date of Easter is
determined); Dave's Math Tables; The Diet Problem (The goal of the diet problem
is to find the cheapest combination of foods that will satisfy all the daily
nutritional requirements of a person.); and much more!
Homeschool Math -
Free worksheets and homeschooling resources
Making Math an Adventure
Article on a homeschool families experience with math. Open Court Math.
BEATCALC: Beat the Calculator!
Math tips for division, multiplication, fractions and more!
More Math Tips at the Math Forum!
Innovative Kids Money Boxes & Counters
U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing New Money Classroom Resource Center
The Diamond 16 Puzzle
|(This area contains links for help with Dyslexia as well. Did you know
that many dyslexics do NOT see letters backwards? Did you know that
dyslexia can effect mathematical skills? What might look like "lazy"
handwriting can be dyslexia! Problems with math can be another form of
dyslexia. There are many forms of dyslexia.)
area contains U.S. History, Geography, World History, and more! ALSO,
check out the "Government" links section for MORE History links about our U.S.
Is your home a healthy
(also includes: Health, Medical, Technology, Time, Energy, Sounds, Science Fair
Links, and more!)
(aka "Visual Arts')
|New York State History and/or Government and/or State
Some of these resources may lead to information for other state history
Here you will find Freebies of all sorts! Educational and Personal.
Some are downloadable Freebies, others you can send away for! Note: Some
freebies are listed in the Resources Sections. Others are not.
FEMA FOR KIDS - FEMA PUBLICATIONS
Variety of freebies for safety and preparedness; such as brochures, coloring
book, video, poster, and more!
HomeSchool Free Stuff
Free curriculum, lesson plans, resources, and more!
Microsoft Kids - Free Downloads!
NEF - Natural Gas Free Materials
Free instructional materials related to
natural gas safety, energy sources, energy conservation, transportation, and
Reeko's Mad Scientist Lab -
Educational Science Experiments for Children of all ages (Source for free science,
astronomy, chemistry, physics experiments)
Also has free online downloads of stories and writing journals!
Bureau of Engraving and Printing New Money Classroom Resource Center
They once sent a free CD and poster that taught about the new $20! The
information can still be found/accessed at either their site, or:
Placement Worldwide - Educational Videos
Blue Bunny -
Learning About Technology The Journey Inside(SM)
Intel no longer mails their program for free. The demand far exceeded
their expectations. But, they do offer the program online, free!
Lots of info here!
Science poster series, free for "educators"
First seven lessons from if it is to be
Free downloads just for kids! Some demos.
Kids Free Stuff
Inspiration Software, Inc.
Interesting Software program. Offers free demo download
Review- excel turtorial -
Tutorials Provided on-Line
Internet Basics, Excel, Photoshop 101, HTML, HTML2, Unix, Pico, Pine, Form
Generator, TS Help section, Getting Started Tour in Windows 95...
|Ambleside Online Curriculum
curriculum that uses the highest quality books and costs no more than the cost
of texts. The curriculum uses as many free online books as possible, and there
is no cost to use this information or join the support group.
There's more than one way to learn!
That is what this section has been called, as opposed to Special Needs.
Includes areas for resources regarding areas such as: ADD, ADHD, Hearing,
Dyslexia and more.
(while our family research pertains mostly to
Italian, certain links are relevant for other Foreign languages)
Oooops! Not yet sorted!
Where should this one be?
History? It's a biography. Science? He was a Scientist. Math? He was a
mathematician. Language Arts? He was a French thinker.
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