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Directory of Free Lessons for children and adults who teach them!

WARNING: You are entering a section of A to Z Home’s Cool full of engaging and inspiring sites, hand selected, reviewed and categorized by an ex-school teacher turned proud home educator. All websites were child-friendly when they were listed. Some could, in a moment, change owners and the content drastically modified. For this reason, I encourage parents to be nearby while homeschool children enjoy these explorations. Enjoy our explorations for kids section as a family!

Explorations For Kids

Celebrating Powerful Women in History

Women have been influential throughout history. Find out more about the powerful women who shaped that history.
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St. Patrick’s Day Resources

Celebrate St. Partick's Day with this collection of free resources. Find Language arts, math, history, science, art, and other freebies featuring shamrocks, rainbows, and leprechauns to help with your homeschool St. Patrick's Day fun.
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History of Mardi Gras

Celebrate Mardi Gras with these fabulous homeschool resources. Learn about the history of Mardi Gras, find fun book suggestions, and get instructions for entertaining activities to include Fat Tuesday in your homeschool day.
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Explorations 4 Kids Directory

Fun, interactive websites that actually teach you stuff in a real fun way. From your A2ZHomeschooling Guide, Ann Zeise.
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Sport Physics

Sport Physics

Homeschooled girl jump roping at the Western Oklahoma Homeschool Track and Field Day Permission to republish from photographer, Cindy Nicolai, and the girl’s parents.   About NCAA Initial-eligibility procedures for homeschooled student-athletes. Frequently asked questions on how to qualify using experience gained in athletics and academics while homeschooling. Sports Illustrated For Kids Informative site,...
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