A review of evan-moor's skill sharpeners geography pre-k book, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Evan-Moor’s Pre-K Skill Sharpeners Geography book

If you have a toddler and homeschool older siblings, your pre-K child may want to do “school work” too. My 3-year old started insisting on worksheet type activities when she was 2 1/2. Since that time, I have sought out preschool activities she would enjoy. My 3-year old was excited for our opportunity to try […]

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A Review of Evan MOor's math fundamentals grade 1, learn with emily dot com.

A Review of Evan Moor’s Math Fundamentals Grade 1

Last year I had the opportunity to try out Evan Moor’s Reading Comprehension Fundamentals Series and loved it. My first grader’s reading comprehension skills have really benefited from using this series. Click here to read my review of the Reading Comprehension Fundamentals Grade 1 book. This year, Evan Moor has created a Fundamentals series for […]

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a review of cathy duffy's 102 top picks for homeschool curriculum, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Cathy Duffy’s 102 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum

As parents enter the homeschooling world, they may wonder where to begin. Although they may not know the requirements for their local area (CLICK HERE to read about how to find out this information), they know that they need to select and buy curriculum. There are a lot of curriculum choices available and it can […]

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An overview of elementary level typing for children, learn with emily dot com

An Overview of Elementary Level Typing for Children

In today’s technologically advanced world, typing is a skill a child will need to be a successful in education and most careers. Back in my own educational experience, typing skills were an optional course first offered in junior high school. Anyone else remember a room full of typewriters? In today’s world, young children are exposed […]

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2018-2019 Elementary Level Homeschool Curriculum Picks for pre-k, k, 2nd, 4th, and 5th grades. Many picks appropriate for neurotypical children and level 1 autistic children. Learn with emily dot com.

2018-2019 Elementary Level Homeschool Curriculum Picks

It is that time of year. Summer is the perfect time to think about what worked and didn’t work the previous school year and make changes as needed. I love reading about what other bloggers select for their children in hopes of coming across a great curriculum I haven’t heard of or tried before. So, […]

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a review of evan-moor's reading comprehension fundamentals, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Evan-Moor’s Reading Comprehension Fundamentals

I have been a fan of Evan Moor e-books for a while. I have used their geography, science, history pockets, daily math practice, and daily reading comprehension practice books for years. Most of these books are available for individual grade level content. Evan Moor released a new book this year called “Reading Comprehension Fundamentals” and […]

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A comparison of Brave Writer and Writing with Ease, learn with emily dot com

A Comparison of Brave Writer and Writing with Ease

Writing with Ease has been my favorite elementary writing curriculum for the past few years. I recently started looking into other writing curriculum options for my upcoming 4th grader. Brave Writer is also a popular option for some homeschooling families. This article compares and contrasts basic components and philosophies of the Writing with Ease curriculum […]

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Free Homeschool Curriculum Sources, learn with emily dot com

Free Homeschool Curriculum Sources

As many families approach the possibility of homeschooling, curriculum costs may become a concern. There is a huge range of prices for various competing programs. It can get expensive, especially when one of those high priced curriculums turns out to be a poor fit for a specific child. Although I definitely feel like a high […]

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