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Easy way to teach a kid to tell time

23 Jan


Teaching a kid to tell time can be tricky, however it is essential to his or her life. My daughter learnt to tell time in a day. I have quoted the steps below which helps a kid to tell time. Encourage them to practice it by playing Time games, don’t turn this into a chore.

1. Make a Clock in a paper

2. Start with hour

3. Teach 5 times table

4. Play Time games

5. Quiz

Helpful online links to teach time.

Have fun to tell time!

Songs for classroom

15 Jan

Cooking website just for kids

14 Jan

Cooking is fun activity for kids. When kids learn to cook, they learn to follow directions, improve basic math, learn to work as team. Cooking is most valuable life skill. Cooking encourage healthy eating and living.

Children as young as 3 can begin learning to cook.

Here are some websites list for kids recipe:

Free High school curriculum – Website list

14 Jan

Free Bible Lesson websites

7 Jan


If you know of any others, post them in a comment or email me and I will add them to the list.

Study curriculum guide for all grade

26 Oct

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Art – Sep 1 – Bird Chickadee

19 Sep

bird nia


We made bird -Chickadee using the below instructions

FREE Homeschool online planner, scheduler, and tracking system rolled into one

17 Jul


Homeschool Skedtrack is a FREE online lesson planner, scheduler, and tracking system rolled into one. The heart of the system is the automated scheduling of activities that frees you from the headache of rescheduling everything once an activity/lesson is missed.

The whole system is a personal virtual school that features: •easy record keeping from PK-12 for each student
•worry free data back-up
•access of your virtual school from anywhere around the world
•flexible scheduling of your child’s activities/lessons per year, per month, per week or as you go
•automated display of daily home school activities/lessons per course
•automated tracking of total number of hours/days completed
•scheduling and tracking of field trips
•scheduling vacations and declaring holidays
•a school calendar for each student
•a resource list per course
•tests recording
•automated grade calculation
•report card generation in pdf format
•transcript generation in pdf format ( two columns or by subject )

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