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Sinking Island Flashcard Game

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Alphabet by Design Coloring Book

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Reader's Theater Classic Poetry

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Raggedy Ann Number Puzzles

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Websites for Teaching Trigonometry


Are you teaching your teen Trigonometry?

While not so painful as Calculus (speaking from experience), teaching Trigonometry nonetheless can be a challenging task.

Fortunately, the internet abounds with helpful resources.

Below you’ll find a list of some websites with tutorials, lessons, printables, and more for teaching trigonometry. If you combine those

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Sinking Island Flashcard Game

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Flashcard practice doesn’t have to be boring.

In fact, when you use it in the context of a game, it can be quite fun.

That’s why I recently made a flashcard game. I wanted to make flashcard practice into a much more enjoyable activity for kids.

My newest product, the Sinking Island Flashcard Game, is an inexpensive, printable game that can be used for practicing flashcards or review questions in any subject including math, science, geography, history, art, music, phonics, grammar, and foreign language.

It can be played as a cooperative game for two players, as a team activity, or as a solo game for

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Sites with College Essay Prompts

College Essay Prompts

If you have a teen who is interested in attending college, you may want to help him prepare for the essay portion of the admissions application by giving him some writing prompts to practice with.

Fortunately, there are a few sites online that have college essay prompts you can use just for this purpose.

Below you’ll find a handy list of

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The Quickest Way to Search a Website with Chrome

Quickest Way to Search a Website in Chrome

I love keyboard shortcuts. Don’t you?

They make using technology such a breeze.

Plus, they can be HUGE time savers.

Did you know that when you need to search a website for something specific, you can speed up the process by using a keyboard shortcut in Google Chrome?

My daughter shared this shortcut with me recently.

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Super Cyber Savings

Super Cyber Savings

Teachers Pay Teachers is having a Super Cyber Savings event and we’re joining them for the fun!

On December 1st and 2nd, all of the products in our Warm Hearts Publishing shop will be 20% off!

Use the promo code TPTCYBER to save even more!

We have a wide variety of educational printables that you can purchase at this sale including:

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20 Ways Homeschoolers Can Use Google Drive

20 Ways Homeschoolers Can Use Google Drive

I love Google Drive!

It’s convenient and easy-to-use. You can use it on a computer, tablet, or cell phone. It saves your work regularly to the cloud. Best of all, it’s FREE.

There are lots of ways you can use Google Drive in your homeschool including streamlining writing assignments

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Black Friday – Cyber Monday Sale


Teacher’s Notebook is having a Black Friday – Cyber Monday sale and we’re participating!

From November 28th through December 1st, everything in our Warm Hearts Publishing shop will be 50% off.

You can get another 10% off by entering in the promo code TG2014.

Some of the products you can get at this reduced price include:

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Websites for Teaching Kids About Classical Music

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Do your kids know their Bach from their Beethoven?

Have they ever heard of the 1812 Overture?

Can they tell the difference between a clarinet and an oboe?

If you’d like to introduce your children to classical music or expand their current knowledge on the subject, you might want to check out the sites below. They offer a wide variety of resources such as composer biographies, interactive games, streaming music, and handy printables that will help you share the classics with your kids.

If you need more music education resources, you may want to check

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Say Sí to Spanish: Language Learning Packs

Say Si to Spanish Language Learning Packs

Want to make Spanish language learning fun?

You may be interested in my newest products, the Say Sí to Spanish: Language Learning Packs. They are a collection of printable packs that are designed to help children and teens learn Spanish vocabulary in an engaging way by getting them to read, write, listen, and speak Spanish.

These sets are created with fun in mind. They include things like games, word puzzles, and other activities that

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Online Coloring Pages

Online Coloring Pages

Recently I did a post on websites that offer printable coloring pages for kids of all ages (adults included).

Now I thought I’d share with you some sites that have online coloring pages. These are pages with pictures that can be colored in with a bit of mouse clicking rather than crayon shading.

While they may or may not be as fun as regular coloring pages (what can truly replace the crayon), they are

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