reminder of where lowercase letters
Math workbooks include the same
concept of colored blocks and divider
lines, and provide a visual reminder
that digits should line up according to
place value. It seems like such a simple
concept, but it can make a world of difference for a child who is working their
hardest to master math skills!
Channie’s workbooks are made for
children ages 3-10. They can be used
for beginning writers, parents who
want to supplement their children’s
work at home, homeschool children,
special needs students, and occupational therapists. The sooner you start
using Channie’s worksheets, the more
success your student will have!
Crew members were sent a variety of
workbooks to review. Suggested grades
Quick and Neat Alphabet Pad
(PreK-1st): A handwriting pad with
plenty of blank areas for children to
My First Letters (PreK-1st): A handwriting pad with letters to trace, blank
lines to practice manuscript, and pictures to color. A great workbook for
Easy Peasy Alphabet (PreK-1st):
This one has letters to trace and blank
areas to practice manuscript.
Easy Peasy Cursive (1st-3rd): Is your
child learning cursive? This provides
letters and words to trace as well as
blank lines to practice. The guide lines
One Page a Day: Double Digit Math
Problem Workbook (1st-3rd): Take the
stress out of math practice with these
pages full of double digit problems.
With the problems already lined up,
your child can focus on number writing skills while they practice addition
With so many options, now you just
have to decide—how can Channie’s
help your student?
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Only Passionate Curiosity
Do you want to breathe new life into
your homeschool? Are you struggling?
Do you feel you are not doing a good job?
Do you get overwhelmed? Do you feel
alone? Homeschool Rescue from Only
Passionate Curiosity is here to help! This
online course is designed to help you
gain perspective and come up with solutions and routines that will help ease
the pressures that you are feeling as you
navigate this challenging and exciting
season of your life. Right from the beginning, you are encouraged to be realistic, be honest, and give yourself grace
as you work to do this homeschooling
thing the best you can. Heather has been
encouraging and coaching the Crew
on our latest review of her brand new
Homeschool Rescue online course.
The program is broken up into five
modules which are listed below. Each
of these modules includes a video to
watch, worksheets, homework, additional resources, and more!
Module 1: Triage Your Homeschool
This module takes some time to look
closer at you and your homeschooling
and deal with the hard stuff!
Module 2: Time Management Sys-
tems & Organization
In this module, you will learn how to
say no and do it with grace while budgeting your time and homeschool day
to foster maximum productivity.
Module 3: Curriculum Planning &
In this module, you will focus on cur-
Module 4: Setting Students up for
riculum and how to set up your learn-
ing space for success. What programs
work for you? What fits your teaching
style? How can you make a plan and
stick to it?
Does your child have the tools and
support they need to succeed? What are
the rules and expectations within your
home? How can you follow through to
make sure those rules are followed?
Module 5: Teaching Older Students
Are you teaching older children? As our
kids grow, it’s our job to help them find
their footing. In this module, we’ll discuss
how to help tweens and teens learn to
work independently with confidence.
Feeling burnt out? Feeling alone?
Homeschool Rescue is here to help!
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Whistlefritz Educator’s Spanish
Whistlefritz Educator’s French
Learning a foreign language can benefit
children by improving brain function-ality, problem-solving skills, and the
understanding of their own language.
It’s also a lot of fun for kids to be able to
say something in two languages!
Finding a way that makes learning
a foreign language fun and easy can
be difficult. Whistlefritz is a company
with award winning Educator’s Spanish
Collection and French Videos for kids’
immersion programs that can be used
in your home or in a classroom. These
programs are intended for preschoolers
to early elementary age children, but
you may find that some older children
enjoy them too!