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  • #16
    Thanks for the bbc link.

    I found this one which seem to be the one for primary aged students:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks3bitesize/

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    • #17
      Aw glad you liked it there is a few resources on Bitesize that are really good and click with kids for some reason.

      I got warned about my post because its advertising my website which is a shame. Well moderated forum which is good but I do try to help and being an Author of a single book is not much of a business! Put my life into it and get satisfaction back.

      Good enough for and old man like me!

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      • #18
        Wow! So much resource! Thank you all so much.

        http://www.beestar.org/index.jsp
        Lisa

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        • #19
          Joyous Learning - Oz site that also has a great forum which (among other things) facilitates regular face-to-face homeschool meetups in some places.

          The focus is on natural learning / unschooling, though other home ed styles are also catered for.

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          • #20
            Thank you so much for the great resources.and I would like to add one:www.beestar.org. it offers online programs,such as Math, ELA, Vocabulary, Science, and etc. the math is free.it is really easy to get.

            Lisa

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            • #21
              Hi Everyone,

              I've been collecting early learning and educational links on my site for several years now, please check it out

              http://www.brighttomato.com.au/early...nal-links.html

              There are many links on maths and early reading for preschoolers but also some for school kids and homeschooling.

              I'll be updating the page with the recommendations from here, thanks everyone . Great topic.

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              • #22
                http://www.homeschoolqld.com/ This website has heaps of good information on teaching the different learning areas. :-)

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                • #23
                  Homeschooling is a great idea! What makes homeschooling better than traditional schooling? Nowadays, there’s a rising trend in parents choosing to homeschool their child than send their child to a traditional educational institution.
                  This website http://ezinearticles.com/?5-Advantag...ling&id=197985 explains the great benefits of homeschooling over traditional schooling.
                  For your children, Time4Learning website http://www.time4learning.com/homeschool-curriculum.htm is a convenient, online homeschool curriculum that combines education with interactive fun. You can try their lesson demos.
                  For parents who want to experience online schooling and pursue their graduate degrees to further their careers in their chosen fields, this website is a great tool to learn about getting your degree through accredited online programs: http://www.mastersdegree.net/

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                  • #24
                    I hope to buy a computer and printer this year, and will have a look at all these links then.

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                    • #25
                      Subbing

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                      • #26
                        Homeschooling is becoming more and more popular now. Children will get more at home than at school at some degree.

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                        • #27
                          I have found the Starfall website to be quite helpful for free phonics lessons.

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                          • #28
                            Following

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                            • #29
                              Since I generally design my own curriculum for my daughter, I need to refer to several different curriculums and websites to find out what would constitute the 'perfect mix' for her (though now I have seriously begun to doubt anything like a 'perfect mix' exists, since her needs keep changing every couple of months or so). However, here's a website I refer to for their really useful activities and worksheets which I do keep on incorporating into my curriculum plans, have a look: http://www.jumpstart.com/teachers/curriculum

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