Category Archives: Homeschool

Worksheets – Spanish

Below are links to a few worksheets I’ve created in order to help my daughters learn Spanish. Basics Colors Days of the Week Numbers 0 – 15 Numbers 16 – 30 Numbers > 100 Personal Pronouns Sentences – 01 Advertisements

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Worksheets – Knowledge, and Branches of Knowledge

Below are links to a series of worksheets I’ve prepared for homeschool. This set of worksheets deals with knowledge in general, and with some of the more popular branches of knowledge.  This group does not include a worksheet on various … Continue reading

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History Worksheet

Below are links to various formats of a history worksheet I prepared for homeschool. It covers definitions of history, prehistory, and big history; and also the abbreviations BC, AD, BCE, CE, c and MYA. These are included without any warranties … Continue reading

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Math Worksheets

I mentioned in the previous blog entry and in another earlier post that I had found two websites which generated math worksheets.  Even though I liked those resources, I still wanted my own math worksheet generator if I could create … Continue reading

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Worksheets

When I began homeschooling my daughters, I didn’t give a lot of thought to the use of worksheets other than using blank maps for geography.  My plan was to review information by asking each girl questions during our sessions.  After … Continue reading

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Historical Eras

[This is a document I prepared for homeschool.] There is no single correct way of dividing the story of humanity into significant phases. History can be subdivided into different periods (or ages, or eras) depending on which aspect of human … Continue reading

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Teaching History

When we began the homeschooling process, my plan was to start the story of humanity as far back as we could go, and then work toward the present. We first watched videos number 4, 1 and 2, in that order, … Continue reading

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