Item description for Curriculum Yellow Pages: 501 Web Sites with Free Worksheets, Unit Studies, Lesson Plans, Tools and Resources for Grades K-12 by Deborah Taylor-Hough, Leanne Ely & Brook Noel...
Overview Tired of paying hundreds of dollars for curriculum that goes unused or you find frustrating after a few short months? Is your budget tight, and you need creative solutions for learning programs? Are you looking for a way to find materials that fit your plans instead of fitting your educational plans to existing materials? Then we have created the ultimate resource that you won't want to be without! Four authors scoured the Internet to find 501 web sites offering unit studies, lesson plans, printables, interactive areas, worksheets, free software and more. It's all waiting for you at the click of your mouse
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Studio: Champion Press (WI)
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.56" Width: 10.02" Height: 1.49" Weight: 1.93 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2002
Publisher CHAMPION PRESS LTD. #842
ISBN 1891400045 ISBN13 9781891400049
Availability 0 units.
More About Deborah Taylor-Hough, Leanne Ely & Brook Noel
Deborah Taylor-Hough teaches people how to live well on less and is the publisher of The Simple Times Newsletter, which reaches more than 18,000 frugal readers around the world.
Deborah Taylor-Hough currently resides in Olympia, in the state of Washington.
Reviews - What do customers think about Curriculum Yellow Pages: 501 Web Sites with Free Worksheets, Unit Studies, Lesson Plans, Tools and Resources for Grades K-12?
Free help at the touch of a key. Oct 29, 2003
What a super book for the homeschooler! Free educational sites to enter on your computer for help with your homeschooling. Not only educational but fun as well for your children.
Helpful listing of educational websites & free resources Jun 22, 2003
As a single income, stay-at-home, homeschooling parent, I'm always on the look out for inexpensive educational resources to share with my kids. While this particular notebook isn't exactly cheap, the resources it directs you to are FREE! And that's pretty dang inexpensive to my way of thinking. Many of the resources would be helpful for anyone looking to supplement their child's education, and I've let my good friend (who's a public school teacher) borrow my copy a couple of times and she's raved about how helpful many of the recommended online resources have been for her and her class. My only real concern about the information in this resource is that with the way the Internet changes constantly, I'm not sure how valid these resources will be over the long haul years down the road.