Using Streaming Movies in Homeschooling to Enhance Learning

Cinematic documentaries, movies set in a specific time period, chemists performing experiments on-screen: these are just a few of the ways that you can utilize movies in homeschooling

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Digital Task Cards: What is Boom Learning℠?

Teachers and homeschool parents: Imagine taking your task cards with you on a tablet or computer. Your student(s) work independently, getting instant feedback on their work, whether correct or

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Using Technology for Independent Review

I am so excited that my 8-year-old son Raisin is finally becoming mature enough to be a lot more self-directed this year! It’s just in time. This year my

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Teaching with Technology: Stop Motion Videos (Sea Anemones)

We gave new life to our sea animal research project by turning our research information into a stop-motion video! My son’s science class in our co-op finished learning

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Review {Kid’s Holiday Wishlist Reviewed Blog Hop}

It was time to upgrade our electronics this fall. Our 2010-era tablet was just not working properly with modern apps any longer. Waiting for my son to get to

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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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Using Google Earth in Our Homeschool

Today’s Teaching with Technology post focuses on how we use Google Earth. I say I use it for “our homeschool,” but really, I just let my son play

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Minute Physics: Educational Videos of the Week (Teaching with Technology)

It’s time for another Teaching with Technology post, and this week I’m featuring a YouTube channel I have found. Minute Physics give just moments to basic and not

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Get an Early Intro to Complex Math Concepts with DragonBox Algebra

This week I’m focusing on an app that helps teach and practice basic algebra…for young children! By using images, children learn to balance both sides of a page

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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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