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We All Can Read Online – FREE — First 28 Lessons

PO Box 8839, Atlanta, GA 31106 (404) 310-2839 • www.weallcanread.com by Justin Frank Polgar The basic building blocks of reading are the same for all ages and levels of education. If we fail to form these building blocks with a solid foundation, the daily task of reading becomes a laborious struggle halting the entire learning […]

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Fun With Composers

http://funwithcomposers.com/Materials are suited for Pre K-6 by Emerson Sandow Research has shown that music is one of the most important of the arts for young children, because it not only provides cultural value, but actual brain development stimulation. Brain-study scientists have found that learning music actually effects positive change in the brains of children. Homeschooling […]

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King Alfred’s English — Literacy in Britain & the New World for Students, Grades 7 – 12

http://www.theshorterword.com/ Author’s E-mail: laurie@theshorterword.com King Alfred’s English by Laurie White, is the perfect book for middle and high school students to illuminate the history and relevance of English in England and ultimately, the United States. King Alfred, Alfred the Great, lived from 849 to 899 A.D. and successfully defended his country against the Viking invaders. […]

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