Author Archives: peasleburgacademy

About peasleburgacademy

Homeschooling mom who enjoys the adventure that is homeschooling.

Free Math 7 Worksheets

The name is straightforward, and so is the website. Free Math 7 Worksheets has a good assortment math worksheets. For homeschoolers who use Singapore Math, various worksheets fit with level 4, 5 and 6 books. The website includes worksheets, including … Continue reading

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Westcott iPoint Manual Pencil Sharpener

I am not a fan of electric pencil sharpeners. I don’t like the idea of having to spend the money replacing batteries. Over the years, we’ve tried a number of manual pencil sharpeners with disappointing results. They “ate” the pencils, … Continue reading

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Mesopotamia @ The British Museum on-line

Finding good material on Mesopotamia proved to be a real challenge. There’s a fair amount of the usual dry history resources out there, but history in general, and the history of the Fertile Crescent is particular, is much too interesting … Continue reading

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The Checklist

Written specifically for Christian homeschoolers by Cindy¬† Downes, The Checklist is a comprehensive list of topics typically covered in K-12, organized by subject. It’s a useful tool for both planning and documenting topics covered, especially for homeschoolers¬† not using a … Continue reading

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Bubble Test Form Generator by Catpin Productions

Like most homeschoolers, we do our best to reuse materials when possible. Multiple choice tests are a perfect resource for reuse. A FREE on-line Bubble Test Form Generator from Catpin Productions makes it even easier. The form generator is very … Continue reading

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History Through the Ages: Creation to Christ

Being able to see historical events in relation to other historical events gives valuable perspective. History Through the Ages from Homeschool in the Woods takes this one step further with a well-done black-and-white line illustration to go with each timeline … Continue reading

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@ the Office Expanding File

Keeping samples of the kids’ work was an organizational pain until I stumbled upon these useful expanding files at WalMart. I was looking for an expanding file for one of my sons to keep his drawings organized when it hit … Continue reading

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