10 favorite finds from the 2015–2016 archives:
Lapbook Templates are free foldables that can easily be used for a variety of lessons and applications.
Palmer course of handwriting has the goal of producing a student who can write legibly.
This free handwriting worksheet creator makes it easy to have your students copy selected quotations, Bible verses, memory work, and other writings for handwriting practice.
Free worksheet generators to help your child practice his skills!
Electronics course … free. Lessons in Electric Circuits is a six-volume course suitable for high school or college credit.
What resource does the homeschool handy-mom use most? Paper! Binder filler paper, notebooking pages, forms, foldables, graph paper, calendars, daily planner paper…the list is endless! Now, what to do when you don’t have exactly the right paper on hand? Print it! So without further ado, meet Printable Paper! Offering over 1000 papers you can download…
Free 3 Branches of Government poster explains the three branches of the federal government and their roles.
Keep little hands busy with these free Winnie-the-Pooh printables from Disney.
My State Unit covers civics, history, geography, language arts, applied math, science, and art, culminating in a state notebook.
32-page coloring book published by Dover that keeps to the text of The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
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