Online Literacy | Classroom Reviews

What Can I Do? A Donkey-Donk Story

Author: Ellen Feld Published by Willowbend Books www.willowbendpublishing.com/ E-mail: info@willowbendpublishing.com PO Box 304, Goshen, MA 01032 Ph: 413-230-1514 ======================= Review by Valerie Schuetta, M.Ed. If you are searching for picture book to read to your homeschooler or class that will illicit smiles, peels of laughter, and giggles, then look no further. What Can I Do? […]

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Enki Cyber Junior High

112 Wentworth Ave Cranston , RI 02905 Phone: (603) 496-8605 Email: bas@enkieducation.org (Register early – see end of article) by Janet Esposito Any parent can tell you that young children are naturally curious. Little ones love to experiment and explore, and are in a constant state of wonderment about how things work. Learning at this […]

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Readorium – Ingenious & Affordable Web-based Reading Comprehension & Science Literacy Program

https://www.readorium.com/homeschool/ 201-836-8403 by Michael Leppert Readorium is a revolutionary, web-based reading comprehension and science program (for students in grades 3-8) that allows any student at any reading level to develop his/her skills and knowledge, while enjoying it at the same time. Recent brain research has demonstrated that in developing or improving a skill, new synapses […]

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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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American Academy Christian-based Homeschool Academy, pre-K-High School

http://www.american-academy.com/ Phone: 866-605-7772 Email: educate@american-academy.com The American Academy 5350 S. Western, Suite 318 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73109 ============ The variety of Christian-based homeschooling resources has grown exponentially over the last few years. Homeschooling support groups, online curricula, and subject-specific materials can be readily found. However, it has become more difficult to find traditional, comprehensive, Christian-based […]

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