Are you still looking for outdoor activities as summer begins winding down? The Outdoor Handy Book: For Playground, Field and Forest by Daniel Beard is full of possibilities. The Outdoor Handy Book, written by the same author who wrote The American Boys Handy Book, is arranged by season. Summer activities cover aquatic sports, boat and […]
Summer is a great time to curl up with a book. If you are looking for summer reading ideas for your young lady, here are 6 free summer reading titles to check out: 1. Little Friend Lydia by Ethel Calvert Phillips A young orphaned Quaker girl finds a new home — and lots of adventures. […]
Whether for college entrance exams, high school review or other study, A Review of Algebra by Romeyn Henry Rivenburg is a valuable resource for honing your algebra skills. In most high schools the course in Elementary Algebra is finished by the end of the second year. By the senior year, most students have forgotten many […]
As our young children learn to read, we often find ourselves scampering about for material that is easy enough for them to read, but at the same time is interesting, will hold their attention and isn’t twaddle! Reading-Literature: The Primer by Harriette Treadwell and Margaret Free (The Treadwell Primer) fits this bill nicely. Reading is […]
Home Occupations for Boys and Girls by Bertha Johnston will help you do more than keep your young people occupied this summer. A quote from the initial pages: Teach him. He is naturally clever. From his earliest years, when he was a little fellow only so big, he would build mud houses, carve out boats, […]
OK. We can forget the “required” part. Granted. Required Poems for Reading and Memorizing is a wonderfully arranged collection of poems for the primary student featuring the works of Robert Louis Stevenson, James Whitcomb Riley, Edward Lear, Longfellow, Wordsworth, Mary Howitt (“The Spider and the Fly”), Charles Kingsley, Shakespeare and many others. The easiest way […]
Cedric the Forester by Bernard Marshall takes place during the time of King Richard the Lionhearted and troublesome Prince John. Knights and castles unit resources.
Beatrix Potter’s tales began when Peter Rabbit first made his appearance in The Tale of Peter Rabbit in 1902, followed by 22 other tales that you will find in Beatrix Potter: The Complete Tales.
Little Red Hen book study and resources.
By utilizing these online resources we can drastically cut the cost of homeschooling.
Kate Greenaway was a very popular illustrator in the late 1800s and a contemporary of Randolph Caldecott. While The Real Mother Goose illustrated by Blanche Fisher Wright is a more complete book of old nursery rhymes for children, some children may find Mother Goose or The Old Nursery Rhymes illustrated by Kate Greenaway a more […]
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