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THE MCH USED CURRICULUM SALE 2020 HAS BEEN CANCELLED.


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Exploring homeschooling?

Join HSLDA at the online 2020 Reimagine Education Conference July 27–Aug 1st!

Every day, HSLDA’s Educational Consultants help families fin
d homeschool curriculum and resources that fit your kids, your family, learning styles, teaching styles, and unique schedule. (Nope, we don’t sell curriculum—we just equip you to zero in on what works best for you!)

In this workshop, "Exploring Homeschool Curriculum?", you’ll “meet” 8 different types of curriculum. You’ll get an overview of how each one works and learn what specific benefits they offer to you as a parent-teachers and to your student.

• Complete Curriculum Packages /Traditional
• Charlotte Mason
• Montessori
• Self-directed/Delight-directed

• Online
• Classical
• Eclectic & Subject-based
• Integrated Studies/Unit Studies


HSLDA’s Educational Consultants are all homeschool moms with a wealth of experience and training—many juggle homeschooling and work, so you’ll receive real-life advice on how homeschooling curriculum and schedules can flex with your family’s situation.

Learn more about the online conference here >> http://ow.ly/cFg450AB7LZ


Learn more about homeschooling from HSLDA - lots of very useful advice and ideas on their website!
https://hslda.org/get-started


Not a special event - but here are some special sites that have put together many other learning sites to browse through during this time of COVID 19 - these are awesome !!


At-home Learning Resources for Kids
Living room turned into a makeshift classroom? We're here to help with hand-selected lessons and activities for cooped-up kids.

https://www.mensaforkids.org/read/blog/at-home-learning-resources-for-kids/

From the website:
During these interruptions to learning, the Mensa Foundation is proud to provide you with resources that can offer enrichment and educational opportunities for your child. Mensa for Kids, powered by the Mensa Foundation, is full of lesson plans, activities, TED Connections, and other learning opportunities. Check back with us as we continue to update and add to these resources.




Terrific resource hub that Creative Commons assembled just in time for Covid hibernation:
Wide Open School

https://wideopenschool.org/about/

From the website:
We hope that Wide Open School helps make learning from home an experience that inspires kids, supports teachers, relieves families, and restores community.

This site was built in a matter of days on a shared vision. We plan to keep building until things get back to normal. A group of more than 25 organizations came together and raised their hands to help, and many more are joining on a daily basis. Watch for new features and content partners frequently.

Wide Open School is a free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids curated by the editors at Common Sense. There is so much good happening, and we are here to gather great stuff and organize it so teachers and families can easily find it and plan each day.



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