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Posts Tagged ‘ art ’

Everything A2Z: Resource Roundup for August

Need some inspiration for this month? Find everything we have A2Z for your August homeschooling.
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Spring into some STEM FUN!

Spring! The birds are singing, and the sun is shining! It is the perfect time to spring out of the homeschool rut and have some STEM fun!

Spring! The birds are singing, and the sun is shining! It is the perfect time to spring out of the homeschool rut and have some STEM fun!
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23 Awesome STEAM Activities for Valentine’s Day

Add science, technology, engineering, art, and math fun to your homeschool with these fun 23 Valentine’s Day ideas for kids!

Add science, technology, engineering, art, and math fun to your homeschool with these fun 23 Valentine’s Day ideas for kids!
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Visual Artists Who Homeschool

Visual Artists Who Homeschool

Visual artists have often been homeschooled. These are some homeschoolers famous for their paintings, films, sculptures, and photography.
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Fairy Garden for a Kid to Build

Fairy Garden for a Kid to Build

Fairy gardens are simple for kids to build, to make a model of a garden space for tiny creatures. This is a kid-friendly gardening project that can be created any time of the year, and played with outside in pleasant weather and inside during less pleasant days.
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The Pinhole Camera – Advantages and Resources

Build your own pinhole camera, or buy one here already built or in kit form. You will need a source of 35mm film.
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