Category Archives: Science

JellyTelly – Update: It’s now FREE!

A new beta of JellyTelly is now on-line and, yes, it’s now free. A comment by Phil Vischer on the site indicates that they’re still trying to find a revenue model that works. For now, the site takes donations (see … Continue reading

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BrainPOP

Have you ever wanted an educational source that kids find interesting, covers a wide variety of topics, and that kids actually ask to use? If so, BrainPOP deserves a good look. BrainPOP offers on-line animated videos (“movies”) that cover science, … Continue reading

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TOPS Learning Systems

Finding homeschooling curriculum that involves good, hands-on science experiments that don’t require lots of expensive gear is tricky. Many claim to use common household items, but their definition of common and mine don’t mesh. This year, we tried a new … Continue reading

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JellyTelly!

Remember Phil Vischer of VeggieTales? Vischer now has a new venture in association with Focus on the Family called JellyTelly. JellyTelly, the website, contains videos and games.  The videos are  a wonderful daily “on-line television” program for children featuring puppets, … Continue reading

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