Visit Guest Hollow to download this free American History Year One curriculum. The free curriculum uses a literature approach to American history. It can be adapted for use with grades 2-6. The curriculum is available to download in three different versions: PDF, editable Word document, and an online version with links. You can find the links to […]
The Khan Academy is a free online educational resource with a mission to provide a world class education to any person who desires one. There are over 3,600 videos covering a wide range of topics from Kindergarten to college level skills. The tutorials are self-paced and they are all free of charge. The Khan Academy […]
The KISS Grammar Site offers free grammar curriculum based on the KISS approach to teaching grammar. In short, the KISS approach focuses on syntax (sentence structure) or the meaning behind a sentence. From the site: KISS Grammar is a specific set of grammatical terms and an instructional sequence for teaching students how any word […]
Visit Heart of Wisdom for ideas on learning American History through movies and a free timeline download. The free timeline covers 1630-2000 and is broken into 12 eras. The chronological movie list covers those 12 eras and also two other categories. Click here for more free history resources!
Zoowhiz is a free online educational resource for school and home use and is designed for use with students ages 5-15. The curriculum based learning covers math, punctuation, grammar, phonics, reading, and other word skills. In order to use Zoowhiz, you will have to create a free account. Once you have created a free […]
Get this free Carol of the Bells Cursive Copywork printable at Homegrown Learners. The link to download can be found at the bottom of the post. Click here for more Christmas freebies and deals!
Visit HandwritingWorksheets.com to access their free handwriting worksheet maker. Create these free handwriting worksheets in three different writing styles: basic print, D’Nealian Style, or cursive. You can also choose from one word, two words, one sentence, or one paragraph options for further customization. Get more free educational resources here!