|2 different people sent this picture to me this week.|
Remember Bill Nye The Science Guy? I came across a link on Pinterest this week with 5 seasons of his show. I can't wait to watch...I mean for my kids to watch all the episodes! I'm going to try and incorporate it into our science lessons.
*Does anyone remember another science show where the guy walked around in a costume that looked like the inside of his body? What was up with that!?
Here's the link: Bill Nye The Science Guy
Then my friend shared a link to another site that I've already used to help with our homeschool this week. This lady is amazing! She has every grade (including preschool) and every subject laid out in day by day lessons. FOR FREE! There are links to educational games, videos, printables, online books, pretty much a homeschooling gold mine! We already have curriculum that is working well for us but I've been using this site for extra math and history help. I can't even begin to imagine how much work it took for her to put this all together!
Check it out: All In One Homeschool
I have a confession...I can't type. Right now I am writing this using my pointer and middle fingers :/ I'm super fast though! I can peck these keys like nobody's business! Fo real!... The last time I went for a full body massage, the lady told me that the only knots or tightness that she found was under my right wrist. AKA, typing with that middle finger is giving me a real workout! It's either from that or from me flipping the bird all the time. jk ;)
When I was in school they didn't teach us to type and I never really saw the need to learn to do it the "correct" way. I realize that computers and typing will most likely be big part of my kid's futures so I've made typing lessons a part of their school. Here is the FREE site we use. Yes I wrote "we". I've been doing a little learning my self. Now if I'm actually using it is another story :)
If you have any online resources that you've found helpful I'd love if you would share :)