Re: [hs reviews] Looking for jr. high & high school resources
>resources for junior high and high school?This may be a start:
Home Schooling Grades 7-12
If you are seeking biblical curriculum, this site has a bunch of highschool aged ebooks.
has a new Grade 7 level of Mathematics worksheets available as well as Spelling for both Grade 7 and Grade 9 - 12 . Vocabulary at SAT level offered from edhelper should help the High Schoolers as well.
Cavalcade of Chemistry
A chemistry resource for high school students, teachers, and homeschoolers. Free lesson plans (worksheets, handouts, labs) and tutorials provided.
17,000+ lesson plans, worksheets, rubrics, and teacher resources for creating
just about anything a teacher could need. This is the teachers resource
Social Studies Lessons
Links to both lesson plans and strategies for teaching social science, history, and government. (k-12)
I hope you can use some of this,
>resources for Jr high and high school?Migrant.org
Covers all basic courses. Grades 6-12
Book Units PreK-12th grade
More literature guides
Spark Notes (similar to Cliff Notes)
Carol Hurst's Literature Site
Graph Paper Printer Software
Mr. Heitmann's Mega Math Resources
Ask Dr. Math
Stock Market Game
Poetry for Upper Elementary Students
Poetry _ Mr. Reynold's Homepage
Preston Online - Free Sample Worksheets
High School Links
High School Math
Homeschooling Older Kids
Vegsource's Highschool Board
http://www.vegsource.com/homeschool. Click on highschool board
>Looking for jr. high & high school resourcesEDUCATIONAL LINKS
A Place for Janey - Education Links
These are sites I collected as my children went through middle and now high school. Maybe they can be of help to you. This is a page from my website.
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- I second that motion for the book "Homeschool Your Child For Free"!! It has been a tremendous help for me.
I also recommend the book "Homeschooling the Teen Years" by Cafi Cohen. I have a dd 13+ and ds 15(in August) and am finding this book helpful, too.
However, as far as web sites, finding curriculum, etc.---Homeschool Your
Child For Free is by far the best I have found so far!! [MOD: Thanks for your kind words. The Web site: <http://www.hsfree.com> -- lmg]
Lesson Plans from Core Knowledge National Conferences�
This terrific site can help you focus and write out your goals for the school year based on their philosophy of Core Knowledge ideas/subjects taught in sequence. The lesson plans are on traditional subject areas and are very well written. The lesson plans are from Core Knowledge National Conferences. The Core Knowledge Foundation is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1986 by E. D. Hirsch, Jr., a professor at the University of Virginia and author of many acclaimed books including _Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know_ and _The Schools We Need and Why We Don't Have Them_.
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