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Eduweb has dozens of award-winning Interactive art, history, science and technology games available on their website, including: Engineering an Airplane the Wright Way, WolfQuest (live the life of a wild wolf), A Sailor’s Life for Me (based on the USS Constitution), Texas 1836, Putt the Planets, and many more. These educational games are searchable by

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With the Presidential Inauguration coming up later this month, this is a teachable opportunity to focus on American History and US Presidents in particular. Here are two good ones: “The American Presidency: A Glorious Burden” is a neat site for students on the history of United States Presidents, created by the Smithsonian National Museum of

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Ready to test your Geography IQ? Here are dozens of fun, interesting quizzes on both US and World Geography! In these creative quizzes from JetPunk.com, interactive maps, word puzzles and other formats have been used to create quizzes about countries of the world, states and capitols, bodies of water, famous streets, country flags, major cities,

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Rachael Carman has created a wonderful collection of short studies and printable posters on character building words, that are especially suitable for homeschool use.  On her website, Rachel explains how and why she originally created these resources for her own boys as they grew up: …I found several lists of character qualities, but they did

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Why the Chimes Rang by Raymond MacDonald Alden Beautiful illustrated PDF ebook & Audio performance by “The Great Gildersleeve” Thanks to Tammy Cardwell at CJPress, today we have a marvelous PDF version of the beautifully illustrated original book “Why the Chimes Rang” by Raymond MacDonald Alden. This is the simple, moving story of a little

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Today we have for you some great audio stories from the radio program GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD, together telling the story of the events surrounding the birth of Jesus. Each of these half hour audio dramatizations focus on a different aspect of the Nativity story — granted, with a bit of dramatic license — but