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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Assorted Links

Richard of Jamestown http://homeschoolfreebies.s3.amazonaws.com/RichardOfJamestown.pdf

Free Homeschool Ebook
http://simplycharlottemason.com/books/getting-started/ Nutrition



Phonics Fast Site
http://www.phonicsfast.com/ http://www.phonicsfast.com/index.php/downloads#

Free Nature Study http://americanheroes.s3.amazonaws.com/CornellOmnibus.pdf

Literature Books/Stdy http://www.glencoe.com/sec/literature/litlibrary/

Thinking Skills Pdf http://homeschoolfreebies.s3.amazonaws.com/Toolbox%20front%20matter%20and%20lessons%202%20and%203.pdf


DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY: A to Z http://www.technologystudent.com/index.htm

IRASSHAI Irasshai, a video course from Georgia Public Broadcasting, teaches Japanese language and culture skills to high school and college students and adult learners and professionals. The 138 video lessons in this well done series get up close and intimate with viewer learners. Dr. Tim Cook, an Emmy award-winning instructor, takes students on a personal journey to where Japanese is spoken. Sometimes it’s predictable – inside a Japanese home or a Tokyo office building. Sometimes it’s less so – a sushi bar in Atlanta, a fishing hole in the Appalachians. This is an award winning, excellent way to learn basic Japanese language skills & be introduced to many fascinating aspects of Japanese culture and society. Good for jr. high through adult learners!


The Norton Writing Field Guide

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