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| Storing and Keeping Notebooks The Notebooking Fairy shares some ideas for storing and organizing the many homeschool notebooks that you may rack up. Click here to see the ideas! more... - 2013/05/20|
| States and Capitals - Free Study Guide A Free Study Guide for our 50 States and Capitals more... - 2013/05/20|
|5 Questions Newbies Ask About Notebooking Learn the answers to 5 Questions Newbies Ask About Notebooking with this post on the Notebooking Nook. Click here to see the post! more... - 2013/05/19|
| The Story of Karjakin In this issue, I’d like to reveal the REAL truth . Let’s use Sergey Karjakin as an example. I know him pretty well (initially we lived in neighbouring cities and often met at tournaments, etc.), so I can provide the true facts. Nowadays Karjakin is considered a “natural talent”, one w more... - 2013/05/19|
| What Makes 10? - Free Game This fun game board along with the number cards 0-10 will help students learn the combinations of 10. Players pick a number card and match the combination of 10 on the game board. Players keep advancing along the game board until the first player can make the combination of 2 and 8 for the last cir more... - 2013/05/19|
| Holiday Coordinate Grid Game Boards and a Freebie Too! I made some fun coordinate grid boards to use for holidays throughout the year. These game boards teach about coordinate grids and ordered pairs. Students learn to take ordered pairs and finding them on the grids. They also learn to go, "over" and then, "up" when finding the ordered pairs. Each Hol more... - 2013/05/19||
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