Best Sites for Free Roman Numeral Resources

Best Sites for Free Roman Numeral Resources

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You may think that Roman numerals are unimportant, but for something so “outdated” they are still used in many areas including Clocks Movie copyright dates Superbowl numbering Outlines Numbering pages in prefaces of books Roman Numeral Resources You can teach Roman numerals alongside your history, math, or Latin program. Here are some free resources I […]

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Thin Stix by Kwik Stix - Painting without the Mess

Thin Stix by Kwik Stix – Painting without the Mess

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Disclosure: I received Thin Stix by Kwik Stix to review. I was not compensated for this review. All opinions expressed are my own. The Reality of Art Projects “Mommy, can we paint?” In my head –  “Ugh.  Not paint. I will have to find newspaper for the table. And where did I put those shirts we were using for smocks? […]

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Learning History Through Fiction

Learning History Through Fiction

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This week’s topic for the Virtual Curriculum Fair is Exploring Our World. I’ve been looking back through old posts about some of the ways we’ve studied history and geography. One of the things that I love about the Virtual Curriculum Fair is that it encourages me to look back over old posts. There is a lot […]

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A Few Thoughts on Teaching Math

A Few Thoughts on Teaching Math

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This week’s topic for the Virtual Curriculum Fair is math. I love math. However, my love of math doesn’t equal a love of teaching math. I have written quite a bit about math during my years participating in the Virtual Curriculum Fair. In fact, I’ve written so much, that I don’t have anything further to add to this topic today. […]

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What About Reading Comprehension?

What About Reading Comprehension?

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I would like to begin this week’s submission to the Virtual Curriculum Fair with a disclaimer. I am not an expert on special education, and I have no training in teaching children with reading delays. What I have is experience with my own 14 year old son who is on the autism spectrum. However, we have not found any […]

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Homeschool Goal Setting - Looking forward, Looking back

Homeschool Goal Setting – Looking forward, Looking back

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It’s January 1st. The first day of a brand new year always brings a level of excitement. For a perfectionist like me, it’s like a clean slate, an unmarked page, or a fresh untracked snow. I’ve been studying about goal setting over the last few weeks and I have learned a few things. Goals need to be concrete and measurable. You […]

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