Cool Websites

The following websites are super helpful to the family home schooling a gifted child, (or two. or three...) the be all, end all of gifted education websites.  It is slightly overwhelming to browse, but only because it contains everything there is to possible know about giftedness. -all about teaching your gifted kids at home. -resources for those leaning in the Unschooling direction. -everything Lego; lesson plans, group projects, lego club, design of the month, etc. -the website for The Old Schoolhouse homeschooling magazine. Check out the Teacher's toolbox, the dollar store, free downloads, and sign up for the newsletter. -one of our fav's! Art projects, crafts, lesson plans, complete unit studies, lot's of great stuff! Fun Magazine's website; crafts, games, recipes, family travel, etc. -everything from coloring pages and worksheets to report cards and i.d. badges -educational games -resources for teaching gifted kids -how to's and instructions for just about anything the name says it all -resources for children just learning to read -everything that National Geographic offers for kids -lesson plans, arts and crafts, games, etc. -National Science Foundation's educational website -parent/teacher resources, research, free unit studies, etc. (We use a lot of stuff from this site.) -online science experiment tutorials and how-to videos -NASA's educational website -free homeschooling resources with a great search engine -free downloads of Living Books for the Charlotte Mason minded For all those in love with the Magic Treehouse book series, free teacher guides, printable activity sheets, online interactive games, webquests, WAY COOL. Heifer Project International's education program teaching students how to help end global hunger and poverty. Lesson plans and other free resources.