Cool Sites For Homeschoolers – June 12, 2013

Posted on Jun 10 2013 in Homeschool Items by admin

3.1 Christian Resources: Seven Ways to Praise Your Husband for Seven Days
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Budget 101
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Fathers’ Day Crafts
3.4 June Activities: A Writer’s Playground
3.5 Homeschooling: Free Unit Studies Index
3.6 Science and Preparedness: Rip Current Awareness Week

 

3.1 Christian Resources: Seven Ways to Praise Your Husband for Seven Days

Give Dad the gift of genuine encouragement for Father’s Day by offering sincere praise. Here are some suggestions that will encourage your husband!

http://rachelwojo.com/7-ways-to-praise-your-husband-for-7-days

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3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Budget 101

Find ideas submitted by users in categories such as crafts, DIY, gardening, holidays, frugal living, gifts, and mixes. You can post questions asking fellow frugal folks for their money-saving solutions. There are many more along with a free newsletter.

www.budget101.com

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3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Fathers’ Day Crafts

Here are some simple, kid-friendly crafts your crew could make to give Dad for Fathers’ Day.

www.makingfriends.com/dad.htm

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3.4 June Activities: A Writer’s Playground

Although labeled as a writer’s playground and answers to the prompts could be written down, there are many things to do, look up, and discuss. An example of a great car-time discussion could be the entry for Fathers’ Day:

“Fathers’ Day: [June]16 What do you call your father? What do you call your grandfather? What other names for father do you know? Which is your favorite? What other ways is Father used? For example: Father Time.”

http://lindamartinandersen.wordpress.com/2013/05/31/its-june-and-time-for-summer-fun

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3.5 Homeschooling: Free Unit Studies Index

Have you thought of trying unit studies, but didn’t want to buy one? Do you want to learn as a family, gently keep up skills (or learn new ones during “summer vacation”), or get the most out of a trip? Look over this extensive list of free unit study plans arranged alphabetically. Some suggestions are for one age/grade, but cover multiple subjects within the framework of one topic. Others include activities to draw in multiple ages as you all learn about different subjects connected by one topic.

www.thehomeschoolmom.com/schoolroom/unitstudies.php#sthash.eG7yIJXA.dpbs

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3.6 Science and Preparedness: Rip Current Awareness Week

We missed the dates (June 2 through 8), but it’s never too late to learn good safety information. Does your family know what rip currents are and why they are dangerous? Good spots to begin include the NOAA/National Weather Service page and the Red Cross rip current page.

www.ripcurrents.noaa.gov

http://soa.li/SR2HhnC

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