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    Default Useful Homeschooling Websites

    I thought we could start a thread where we could share useful websites for homeschooling....


    Montessori Mom/(Mum)
    This website contains activities and links to printouts, ideas, recipies, lessons and information to help homeschoolers or parents.

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    www.homeschooling.com (sells supplies mostly)

    www.unschooling.com Definitely worth a read, it is a little unconventional but it has some GREAT points.

    ETA: Haha According to MontessoriMom I am a Groovy mother hen! Nice!
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    Primary English Teachers Association

    This website contains information and resources on literacy teaching.


    funbrain A website with math games, reading games, web books and other 'fun' educational things.

    Primary Connections A government website aimed at linking science with literacy. Contains science units and resources in line with national academic outcomes. Units include: It's electrifying, marvellous micro-organisms, material world, on the move, package it better, plants in action, push-pull, schoolyard safari, spinning in space, water works, wheather in my world, what's it made of.

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    Board Games that teach

    Good website full of boardgames you can print to reinforce lesson content.

    has heaps of already made boardgames, plus lots of templates that you can use to make your own!!

    Sites for teachers

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    We also enjoy the following websites:
    Maths is fun
    Fact Monster
    Brightly Beaming Resources (for the little ones!)
    The learning page
    Hope these help!

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    http://www.mathslice.com/

    you can print out worksheets or the kids can work online.

    there's also educational games

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    http://www.skwirk.com

    Skwirk is an online education portal featuring syllabus-specific content for Australian school students in every State and Territory.

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    Department of education websites. They will have relevant state-specific laws and registration forms.

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