Learn the States and Postal Abbreviations


One thing that is lacking in most curriculum is a good way to teach postal abbreviations. Sure, postal abbreviations don't sound very important at first, but think about how many times you see them? On the news. In books. In the mail. At the airport.  Knowing the difference between MI, MO, and MT is probably […]

Changes in States of Matter Printable Worksheets (Solid, Liquid, Gas & Plasma)

States of Matter, free printable chart & worksheet from FiveJs.com

These free printable worksheets will illustrate visually the changes in states of matter  for solids, liquids, gases and plasma. For those of us who are visual learners, it's hard to remember a long list of polysyllabic terms—let alone understand them—without seeing it illustrated on paper. The subject of states of matter is one such topic […]

Free Story Starter Ideas for Writers

Fresh and free story starter ideas for fiction, in just about any genre. Great for writers!

Does your child draw a blank when told to write creatively? Is it hard for them to come up with a story starter? Does your child love to write stories? My 13-year-old daughter adores writing, especially since she was introduced to the One Year Adventure Novel curriculum a few years ago. But really, she comes by […]

Free Printable Logical Fallacy Poster

Printable Logical fallacy poster

Are you studying logical fallacies with your kids? If you're not, you should! And this printable logical fallacy poster from YourLogicalFallacyIs.com can help. It lists and describes 24 different logical fallacies that we frequently encounter. "A logical fallacy is usually what has happened when someone is wrong about something. It's a flaw in reasoning. They're […]