Keeping Passwords Safe Online

I have been online for many years, of course, but with the addition of a tablet and a smart phone, logging in to accounts has become increasingly difficult. Accounts

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Toddler Busy Bag {Workbox Wednesday}

I was out of town during the family holiday, so as I’ve been trying to get back in to the school mood during this week, I did not

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Free QR Code Book of Learning Activities

Hey teachers! Or maybe you’re a parent and your child has a teacher. It’s often hard to think of what to give to teacher friends, so I’ve joined

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Four Powerful Social Media Platforms

As a stay-at-home mom, I sometimes get a bit stir-crazy only having conversations with my six-year-old and toddler. It’s good to have an outlet, and I’ve really enjoyed

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Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood App Review

My two-year-old daughter loves Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood. For those who may not be familiar with this toddler show, it is the “next generation” of Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. (See

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Book Suggestions Requested for K-5 Co-op Class

Yes, the year just ended. But I really am starting to plan for next year. I’m hoping someone can give me some ideas for my chapter books “spine”

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Week in Review: Play

I cannot believe it is already time for another week in review. This week has been fun! I am still enjoying a much more relaxed homeschool, and it

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Finding Support from the Well-Trained Mind Community

It’s very late on Thursday, but I did want to get this up for you today, a Teaching with Technology post for the homeschool teacher! Although today’s featured

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Put History in Order with a Digital Timeline with tiki-toki.com

K Here’s a website we use for making history timelines: Tiki-toki.com.

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Newsletter! and Math Freebie

My hieroglyphic font freebie was featured in the TeachersPayTeachers newsletter today! I am so delighted. I woke up to some very nice feedback, more than usual for a

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Resource of the Week: Izzit.org

I discovered izzit.org when I read about it on another teacher blog. If I remembered whose, I’d let you know, but I don’t remember! Izzit.org provides free educational

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Resource of the Week: Visual Link Spanish

I am so excited! My son has begun to ask for Spanish study time. He actually speaks to me in Spanish every now and then, and even when

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