Some online art lessons for Nomi – when she is a bit older we may pay for lessons but at the moment she is just exploring and discovering and free tutorials like this are just right (this website do have paid classes, for those who are interested.)
Can you believe people are thinking Christmas already? I’ve printed off this “Frazzle Free” guide (it was free) – I’m sure these plans work I just can never seem to stick with them – oh well, I’ll try yet again this year!
I’ve bookmarked these Excel lessons for my older kids – Excel is the one office programme I’ve found hard to find real life applications for in our family.
I have no idea how I arrived at this blog but custom label tutorial looks like fun. I’m going to pass this one onto my daughter though. She can play around with it. I like giving the kids different technology solutions like this to familiarise themselves with.
A good highschool and beyond reading list – Though there may be a few things inferred in this post that I don’t necessariliy agree with, the idea that our children need to have the understanding that their learning can continue is a good one. He has a good plan. I also like the book list. Pete and I need to compile a more intentional book list for this age.
I love this idea – a Ticker file – and then I remembered that I’m trying to go paperless! Mind you, I’m a rediculously long way from such a dream but I don’t need to create another system for more papers!! But I do love this idea – I reckon it would work.
I came across Teach with Movies again this week. I used to subscribe many years ago and I think I’ll look into it again. I am not particularly interested in the lesson plans, but to have some background information to help family discussions is always appreciated.