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Million Acceleration Grants Awarded Schools Across Paperblog Pick in Schooling

1 Million in Acceleration Grants to Be Awarded to Schools Across the US

I was asked to make my readers aware of the following grants program for schools. Read more

Watercolor Lighthouse Paperblog Pick in Schooling

Watercolor Lighthouse

Did you know you can shade with watercolors just by adding layers of paint? My sample shown used one color of liquid blue, but the sky was painted once and the ocean was painted... Read more


  • How to Draw Grumpy Cat

    Draw Grumpy

    You know you’re famous when “How to Draw” lessons are posted about you. Here’s to Grumpy Cat, enjoy! He’s pretty easy to draw when you break him down in steps. Read more

    The 28 April 2013 by   Kathybarbro
  • on Seasonal Allergies and Treatments for Children Seasonal Allergies Treatments Children

    The site, on April 1, reported on  seasonal allergies and their treatments for children in the following post. Millions of people suffer from allergies... Read more

    The 08 April 2013 by   Jean Campbell
  • Comic Book Shelves

    Comic Book Shelves

    Aiden is totally obsessed with bugs. He will spend hours searching for creepy crawlies in plants and under the rocks in our back yard. Sometimes he brings them... Read more

    The 16 April 2013 by   Simplyhomeschool
  • Watercolor Castle

    Watercolor Castle

    Here’s a simple way to draw and paint a colorful castle. Students can finish it off with a fairy tale theme, or go midievil with moats, draw bridges and more. 1... Read more

    The 24 April 2013 by   Kathybarbro
  • Interactive Book – Petting Zoo

    Interactive Book Petting

    Can a dog breakdance?Where does an octopus hide?What makes a panda sad?Christoph Niemann’s interactive picture book, Petting Zoo, for ipad and iphone manages... Read more

    The 22 April 2013 by   Maliasa
  • Tips and Tricks to the Reader’s Workshop Round #2

    Tips Tricks Reader’s Workshop Round

    In the last Reader’s Workshop Tips and Tricks #1 I talked about how to get to know your students before you begin your Reader’s Workshop.This weeks Tips and... Read more

    The 21 April 2013 by   Mackenzie Sheahan
  • Coffee Can Totem Pole

    Coffee Totem Pole

    This was my solution to finish off my coffee can totem pole project, going with the kind of “wooden” look that kraft paper does so well. Read more

    The 12 April 2013 by   Kathybarbro
  • Science Workshop: Geology

    Science Workshop: Geology

    We focused on Geology this month during Science co-op since Earth Day is in April. First we talked about the surface of the Earth and the children drew the... Read more

    The 21 April 2013 by   Simplyhomeschool
  • Lateral Thinking and Jumping Children

    Lateral Thinking Jumping Children

    For too long, thinking has been linked to sitting still and reflecting. Let thinking out of the box and let it jump around!In 1967, Edward De Bono invented the... Read more

    The 29 April 2013 by   Maliasa
  • Ultimate Homeschool Planners from Apologia

    Ultimate Homeschool Planners from Apologia

    I've heard great things about Apologia Planners. So much so that I thought they must be fashioned out of gold since the Moms I know who use them rarely let... Read more

    The 05 April 2013 by   Upatdawn


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