HSChat 10/20/11: Links We Love

These are links that were mentioned in tonight’s chat:

A Daily Calendar for Kids
An Unschooling Primer
Mom and Me Math
Life of Fred
Math on the Level
Common Core Education Standards
Transcript of 10/20/11 Twitter Chat on Unschooling

Books mentioned:

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Links We Love: HSChat 10/06/11

These are links that were mentioned during HSChat.The focus of this chat was classical/well-trained mind style homeschooling.

Links mentioned:
Trail Guide to Learning — a full curriculum (minus math) centered around American History
Cobblestone American History magazine for grades 5-9
Winning With Writing a non-WTM writing program we like
Michael Clay Thompson another non-WTM writing program that gets good reviews
Life of Fred a math program we like
Saxon Math math program a lot of people are using
Well-Trained Mind Forums one of the key sources for current information on all things Well-Trained Mind
Ambleside Online a Charlotte Mason style curriculum (free)
Sonlight a Christian whole curriculum approach, not quite classical education, but not exactly not either.

Books mentioned:

Writing (The Daily Spark)

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HSChat 9/8/12: Links We Love

This is a list of things discussed or identified as useful in the chat on homeschooling multiple ages.

First up, Rebecca Rupp’s Homeschooling Year by Year:

State Standards — used for assessing progress of students

Homeschool Share — a source for unit studies, some secular, some not.

Homeschool Creations Homeschool Planner — an editable planner for those of us who are scheduling challenged.

EasyFunSchool — resource for free lessons in several subject areas (art, science, language arts, history, nature studies).

Good Night Moon Tot Trays and Sensory Bins — examples for tot school type activities for the younger children in a multiage family.