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Freddie is a flounder who is curious about why he looks different from his friends–and, for that matter, from his grown-up parents!  The Freddie and His Ocean Friends mini-course introduces different forms of life in the ocean, both plankton and nekton, and explains how they are interconnected in a food web. You’ll learn that not …

Be Naturally Curious - Science and Nature Mini-Courses for Kids

Homeschool Helper Online's The Donkey Cart Unit Study- lots of Literature Studies here..  And ALL FREE!!  Yes!!!

Literature Unit Studies

Free Bread and Jam for Frances Literature Unit Study - Homeschool Helper Online (Week

These yummy snacks are perfect for an ocean theme in tot school, preschool, or the kindergarten classroom.

Tot School: Ocean

Plemons' Kindergarten is dedicated to fresh, engaging, and fun teaching ideas for toddlers, preschoolers, and the grade classroom.

How to Teach Your Kids to Budget Their Money [with free printables]: Teaching kids how to budget their money is a life skill that can begin at an early age. Here are a few ways you can help your kids get started.

How to Teach Kids to Budget Their Money [Free Printables]

How to Teach Your Kids to Budget Their Money [with free printables]: Teaching kids how to budget their money is a life skill that can begin at an early age. Here are a few ways you can help your kids get started.

Students learn how to budget while learning the general costs of what they would be expected to pay if they were to live on their own. This is a useful project for students in a career-related course or other subject area where simple math or real life examples are needed.

Personal Finance, Budgeting, and Planning Monthly Project

OUT OF THE DEEP FREEZE! This project reinforces practical money skills, and teaches the budgeting process in a fun and engaging way. Students will learn the differences between "need" and "want" items, and will experience what it's like to live on their o

How are dolphins and bats alike? They can both see with their ears! That means they both use sound waves to navigate and find food. See With Your Ears! Dolphin and Bat Echolocation introduces children to the fascinating process of echolocation and the special anatomical features dolphins and bats have to accomplish it. Does your …

Be Naturally Curious - Science and Nature Mini-Courses for Kids

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