Friday, July 9, 2010

Math On The Level - Free Webinar

Join Carlita and John Boyles, authors and creators of one of my favorite math programs.  They have a scheduled webinar for July 13th at 11AM  / 2PM (EST). 

Math on the Level is an innovative, maturation based math program designed for homeschoolers and tutors.  If you have been interested in this program and would like to learn more about how it works, what better way to find out more than speaking and listening to MOTL's authors.

Math On The Level also has a Yahoo Group as well you can join and learn from Carlita about how the program can help you with math learning in your home.

Register for the Webinar here.

A Book Reading~ Teenage Liberation Handbook

We are starting a book reading over at the All Kinds Of Learners e-group. 
The Teenage Liberation Handbook by Grace Llewellyn
I have been interested in reading this book for quite a while and so I just ordered it the other day and am waiting for it to come in the mail.

Once it comes in, a few of us were planning on reading it together and sharing our thoughts about it by posting over on the AKOL group or on the AKOL facebook page, we will be there too.   If your interested in reading this with us be sure and subscribe to the AKOL group.

I think it should be interesting and lots of fun, bouncing ideas and different perspectives off of eachother.

I have heard very good reviews with this book and look forward to sharing with everyone.~

A Time Line for Living History Books~ Bethlehem Books

Recently I had posted about our organization with our books and how I was organizing our books the best I can in a chronological order~ specifically with our World and US History Books~

We had been sharing and talking over on one of my favorite groups At Home Science about specific books we plan on trying or planning on using for the coming year of studies.  One resource was mentioned ( among many) that I wanted to share with everyone. *check out AHS if your looking to share science/mathematics resources and ideas*

Bethlehem Books, some may already know about this resource and if so it is a great reminder, if not, this is a great site for finding books you might be looking for. Upon looking at their site I found a timeline which I just fell in love with.. how much better can this get?  Aside from the timeline list I thought it was wonderful to have an approximate reading level available for the books as well. ( as shown below)

If you have not checked out this resource and have been looking for great literature for reading, be sure to check this out.. I am already making my new "wish list"~ * Bethlehem Books are also on Facebook here.
And thank you Kris at the At Home Science group for mentioning this great resource~

Happy  History Reading~ !

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