Here are some educational links I bookmarked this week. You don't have to homeschool to enjoy these links.
Phylo: The Trading Card Game bills itself as a Pokemon card type resource but with real creatures — namely animals of all shapes and sizes — on display in full “artistic” wonder. Looks quite interesting. Click the image to see a sample of the cards full-size.
Memorize.com is another way to study online. Create your own, or study using the sets others have already made.
How-to-Draw Tutorial Cheat Sheets. From drawing animals to people, this site has a number of superb, image-based tutorials.
How to Draw the Nose is another well-written drawing tutorial your budding artist may enjoy.
Because Every Country Is Best At Something is not necessarily educational in the most practical sense, but this over-sized interactive graphic is an interesting way to explore our world.
Love the educational links!!! Check out our link as well when you get a minute.
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@Maureen, Oh, I have already. I even posted about it recently 🙂
@Joy, AHH Im so sorry …I didn't even know THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!
I just posted your latest post on our facebook & twitter pg as well!! Love your site!!! Just LOVE it!!!!
@Maureen, Okay, now you've got me curious. If you didn't hear of Five J's through my trackback link, how did you happen to find my site?
Twitter – I follow you on twitter 🙂 @TheHomeschool
Saw your post this morning and re-tweeted then also posted it on our facebook page at The Homeschool Handbook Magazine
The Social Homeschooler says
I love links to free and inexpensive educational resources!! For anyone that's interested: I have a couple of posts bursting with them! My favorites are here . . .
Amber @ Classic Housewife says
Wait, wait, wait… USA is best at– serial killers??
Ay ay ay! ;0)
Joy I love your site! I am a teacher of gifted children at our school and I use many of your ideas! I want to start my children blogging. I thought your girls had a darling blog. Have you told us how to set that up? Could you share that?