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Multiplication Games 180 Days Of Math Art And Logic Fun

Author: Sarah Brown
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781514895160
Size: 74.60 MB
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Provide the student with a sharp pencil, eraser, a set of sharp colored pencils and a smooth black pen. The student will be able to use logic intuitively to complete each mind game, art game or puzzle. Use one or more pages per day. Provide the student with a peaceful place to work and be available to encourage the student if needed. Additional art games and activities are found on many pages to keep the creative area of the mind engaged in the mathematical process.

Fun Schooling Math Mysteries Add Subtract Multiply Divide

Author: Sarah Hobbs
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781539605157
Size: 58.11 MB
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Do you remember playing the game Mad-Libs as a child? You would add your own words to create a funny story. In the process you learned a lot about grammar and spelling! This Fun-Schooling activity book allows your child to create silly stories and mysteries while using numbers and math! Your student will practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and learn about fractions through these playful games! Not only will the student practice applying math to the funny situations and stories in this book, but he or she will learn how to use math in real life. This is not an ordinary math book. This is a math book that will appeal to artistic, creative, and adventurous children. You will have fun listening to your child's math mysteries and laughing at the results. Did you know that children learn best when learning includes creativity and laughter? Stop buying books like "Math Made Miserable" and "Numbing Numbers"! Discover the joy of teaching your child the basics of learning how to calculate through this exciting activity book! You will need to give your child a calculator to check his or her work. They will love checking their own work, with a little help from you. Since the children get to create their own math mysteries, the answers are not going to be the same for every student. Since every child is unique you should choose a math book that reflects your child's individuality, talents and gifts! Who ever heard of mixing math with creativity? Learning how to add, subtract, multiply and divide is about to turn in to a game! On Sale! Normal price $19.50!

Christian Family Homeschooling Curriculum

Author: Sarah Janisse Brown
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781514353011
Size: 47.48 MB
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A Homeschooling Journal and Learning Guide that Includes a Daily Bible Reading! For Ages 7 to 17 - Includes Daily Bible Reading, Unit Studies in up to nine subject that you choose, Science, Copywork, Math Practice, Reading, Film Study, Coloring, Spelling Time, Nature Study, Art, & Logic! (Revised - New pages and activities! - August-2015) We have over 20 Homeschooling Curriculum Journals to choose from! Start with your child's favorite cover, all the books are a little different on the inside so you can use them year round. Visit this Link for FAQs: http://www.dyslexiagames.com/#!FAQs-All-About-Our-New-Homeschooling-Journals/cbff/561e6f800cf2c6c643743ab8 This beautiful learning experience provides your students with four hours of daily instruction for 6 weeks! Mom, you will only need to help your child for the first three days and then the student will be able to work independently. This handbook is designed to accompany up to nine library books, and several educational movies and documentaries based on the student's interests and learning goals. For example your daughter may want to learn more about Victorian clothing, photo editing, baking cupcakes, babysitting, travel to Italy, nutrition, and pioneer life, now all you need to do is get a stack of books and movies about these topics. Maybe you have a son who is into World War 2, weapons, airplanes, fast cars, space, dinosaurs and tree houses. You would get books and movies about these topics for him. The purpose of this 6 week homeschooling plan is to give homeschooling moms a break while the children use this study guide. We know that moms have seasons in life where sickness, new babies, holidays, moves and transitions limit the homeschooling process. Many parents are using the journals year round, a few days a week. With this program your children will thrive and learn unforgettable lessons while you get the rest you need or focus on other things without feeling guilty that your children have been "unschooling" for too long. This handbook is as fun as unschooling but provides the structure and freedom children need. This curriculum was created by a mother of ten children who is also a Dyslexia, ADHD and Asperger's Syndrome specialist. This is the curriculum she designed for her own children who have special requirements for learning. For example the font used is perfect for Dyslexia so that the child can read without confusion about the letters. The program is also very good for students with Asperger's because it focuses on the child's special interests while integrating all the subjects that are needed for a well rounded education. Kids with ADHD love this method because it gets them out of their seat and requires art, activity, and time exploring nature!This program can be used for a wide age range because each student will choose age appropriate books to accompany this workbook. Every child in your family who is reading at a second grade level or higher can use this program, non-readers and dyslexics should complete Dyslexia Games Series A and B before starting this program. www.DyslexiaGames.comTypical mathematics is not included in this learning program, though the child will use and explore numbers in many practical ways every day. Homeschool Journal - Interior C for Christians and kids who love animals.

Creative Copywork Journal Do It Yourself Homeschooling

Author: Sarah Brown
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ISBN: 9781539379799
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Creative Copywork - 100 Pages - 50% OFF SALE! Normal Price $22.50 The Creative Copywork Journal lets you and your child choose what passages to copy. This beautiful journal will give your child a place to put all their copywork for a wonderful keepsake! Throughout the journal there are illustrations to color because coloring relaxes and reduces stress which in turn can help your child really cement what he's learning through copywork. After the brain had a bit of a workout with copywork your child can color for a bit to help his brain settle in all that learning it just did. There is also space for spelling and vocabulary words for those hard to remember words. Creative Copywork brings fun to school because when your child is having fun learning, your child will remember more too. Fun-Schooling equals fun-learning. When you give your child a blank piece of writing paper and expect them to be creative and write but they just stare at it and says, "I don't know what to write" he really might be communicating, "I don't know what to think." That's where copywork comes in. It takes the stress out of having the child think up stories and/or ideas to write. Copywork gives your child the chance to "see" great literature and analyze it without even realizing what a workout they are giving their brain. It's actually quite amazing what our brains are up to when we copy word-for-word someone else's writing. Whether a beginning writer or a reluctant teen, copywork is a great way to get them writing. Your child will gain confidence with copying someone else's thoughts and writing because he will become familiar with words, sentences, structure, and punctuation. Copywork helps your child in the process of learning to articulate his own thoughts which leads to communicating them on paper. And if that's not enough it also improves spelling & vocabulary, it will train your child to pay attention to detail, and it can be done independently too! The Thinking Tree, LLC Made in the USAFunSchoolingBooks.comBy Sarah Janisse Brown

Creative Writing Journal Write Your Own Story Color Draw And Doodle

Author: Sarah Brown
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781530964673
Size: 70.35 MB
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Normal Price $17.50 Homeschooling curriculum for creative writing! This is a full sized Journal for creative girls who love to color, draw and tell stories. The whimsical illustrations will inspire creativity and joy! So many stories are just waiting to be told! The illustrations are coloring pages with pictures of adventurous girls, princesses, animals, gardens, and beautiful places! The last part of the book is designed for writing stories and drawing illustrations to go with them. Girls will enjoy the lovely writing prompts. Students of all ages can use this book, but it is recommended for grades 3 to 7. On SALE Now! Regular Price $18.50 Published by Sarah Janisse Brown & The Thinking Tree, LLC. Artwork by international illustrators. A coloring book for story-tellers.

Life Love Dyslexia

Author: Sarah Brown
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781514723807
Size: 58.94 MB
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Dyslexia impacts many areas of life! Okay - every area of life. It is so much more than a reading problem. It impacts childhood in such a powerful way that Dyslexia can launch a child into a life of creativity and success or plunge them into a life of depression and fear. Everything depends on the support of teachers, family and friends. That's you! As Dyslexics grow up their unique way of seeing the world influences their goals for the future, and also can influence the way they relate to their friends and lover(s). Dyslexia shows up on the job. Dyslexia shows up in the marriage. Dyslexia shows up in parenting styles and even in the way we relate to God and impact the world around us with our vision. Dyslexia is a way of thinking, living and imagining what life should be like. Dyslexia is a brain that thinks in 3D movies and can vividly see things that don't even exist yet, in their mind's eye. Dyslexia figures out how to turn a good idea, or a bad one, into reality. Dyslexia is an artist, an inventor, an architect, a storyteller, a politician, a teacher, a scientist, a chef, a director, an engineer, a world traveler and a faithful friend. In elementary school "Dyslexia" doesn't LOOK like a genius, Dyslexia can't look at a flat page, white with black letters all over it. In school that is what kids are expected to do for hours on end! BUT Dyslexia learns from the real world, and nothing in the real world is black, white and flat. Teachers don't always understand this because the dyslexic person is obviously brilliant. I know because I suffered under the influence of several teachers who didn't see the "gift" and only focused on my problems, I even failed 3rd grade! Life eventually turned around for me and I began to thrive in 5th grade, with the help on a few people who believed in me. So how do I know what it feels like to live a dyslexic life? Read my story - Life, Love & Dyslexia Find out how THIS Dyslexic girl grew up to own a publishing company that has printed over 70 Dyslexia-Friendly workbooks! Don't want to spend the money? Then start reading online - click on the link and go to the "LOOK INSIDE" option for the first 4 chapters! "There were only a few things that I liked about school. I liked the pencil sharpener at the front of the classroom. I liked the closets where we hung our jackets. Most of all, I liked watching the big clock in the front of the classroom... when the hour hand pointed to the big three. I became a daydreamer. I would doodle on my schoolwork. I would play with my pencils and make origami when the teacher wasn't looking. I would look out the window and imagine I was somewhere else. I felt like school was a waste of time, I wasn't even good at schoolwork; the letters swirled around on the page, and long lists of math facts made me dizzy. I wanted to go home and build cities in the sand pile. The kids at school would always smash the cities at the playground. If I had been born twenty years later, I suppose I would have been labeled with "Dyslexia" and maybe "Asperger's Syndrome." In the right school, they may have even called me "gifted." But in the 1980s, kids like me were considered "immature" and were called "daydreamers." We became failures and were required to repeat whatever grades we couldn't pass. I told my teachers that I was going to be a mom and an artist, like my mom, so why should I even go to school? I was fourteen when I finally talked my parents into homeschooling me. That was when the woods became my classroom. That was when I fell in love with life and learning. That was when I met Josh. That was when the sky became my ceiling."

Make Your Own Timeline Of World History

Author: Sarah Janisse Brown
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781517093655
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Create your own timeline of history! 365 Pages - This book could be used as a multi-level homeschooling project for the entire family. SALE! Normal Price $36.50 Ideal for Ages 10 and Up, younger children will need help. The student adds the dates, years, events, and artwork to every page. It could take years to finish this project since the book is designed to be an ongoing project. The intended use is for a Unit Study of World History on a High School Level. Younger students could use this book to accompany and World History Curriculum including "Story of the World - for the Classical Child" and "Sonlight Curriculum". Use pens and colored pencils to fill in the pages of this timeline. At the top of each page write down the years spanned on the page. In the spaces provided write about the era and add your own illustrations in the empty boxes. Use this book year after year and add new things to your timeline whenever you discover something new about the past.

180 Days Of Problem Solving For Third Grade

Author: Kristin Kemp
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
ISBN: 1425895670
Size: 62.37 MB
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The 180 Days of Problem Solving e-Book for Grade 3 offers daily problem solving practice geared towards developing the critical thinking skills needed to approach complex problems. This teacher-friendly e-Book provides thematic units that connect to a standards-based skill that third grade students are expected to know to advance to the next level. Lesson plans offer guidance and support for every day of the week, outlining strategies and activities that dig deeper than routine word problems. Each week students will use visual representations and analyze different types of word problems (including non-routine, multi-step, higher thinking problems). This comprehensive resource builds critical thinking skills and connects to national and state standards.

180 Days Of Problem Solving For Fourth Grade

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ISBN: 1425895697
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The 180 Days of Problem Solving e-Book for Grade 4 offers daily problem solving practice geared towards developing the critical thinking skills needed to approach complex problems. This teacher-friendly e-Book provides thematic units that connect to a standards-based skill that fourth grade students are expected to know to advance to the next level. Lesson plans offer guidance and support for every day of the week, outlining strategies and activities that dig deeper than routine word problems. Each week students will use visual representations and analyze different types of word problems (including non-routine, multi-step, higher thinking problems). This comprehensive resource builds critical thinking skills and connects to national and state standards.

180 Days Of Problem Solving For Second Grade Practice Assess Diagnose Epub 3

Author: Donna Ventura
Publisher: Shell Education
ISBN: 1545700311
Size: 20.98 MB
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With the changes in mathematics standards, teachers need a tool to help them implement lessons that delve deeper to give students a better understanding of mathematical concepts. With 180 Days of Problem Solving e-Book, students will be taken on a year-round problem solving adventure with thematic units that focus on the skills that second grade students need to meet today's standards. This useful resource provides daily practice that goes beyond routine word problems to strengthen reasoning skills. Weekly thematic units hone in on a standards-based problem solving skill. Throughout the week the problem solving skill is introduced in fun and interesting ways to engage students as they boost their ability to tackle different types of routine and non-routine problems, and how to apply these skills in real-life situations. The easy-to-use lessons strengthen critical thinking skills so students can feel confident as they work on multi-step, higher-level problems. Aligned with national standards, 180 Days of Problem Solving prepares students for college and career readiness.