Explore your local library and the whole universe of knowledge as we as we take a year-long homeschool tour of the Dewey Decimal System. This month: “The Historical (and Geographical) 900s.”
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And this our life, exempt from public haunt,
Finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks,
Sermons in stones, and good in everything.
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Be sure to add a visit to the National Archives and the Declaration of Independence (in person or online) to your homeschool Fourth of July calendar!
If your usual homeschool Fourth of July celebrations will be a bit restricted this year, why not join the staff and friends of the U.S. National Archives in Washington for their first-ever online Independence Day celebration!
A new guide to K–12 music education resources from the Library of Congress will point you to hundreds of educational treasures your can explore with your young music students.
Explore your local library and the whole universe of knowledge as we as we take a year-long homeschool tour of the Dewey Decimal System. This month: “The Literary 800s.”
Get some fun and easy writing ideas for aspiring homeschool writers from young-adult author Jason Reynolds, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature at the Library of Congress.
Free (and live) online education sessions on historic children’s books and primary historical sources from the Library of Congress – the latest in a series of “online office hours” while the Library’s buildings are closed.
Explore your local library and the whole universe of knowledge as we as we take a year-long homeschool tour of the Dewey Decimal System. This month: “The Artistic 700s.”
Invite your homeschool naturalists to explore the sights and sounds of birds all over the world through the collections of the Macaulay Library at Cornell University.
Happy birthday to the Bard! Why not celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday by exploring some of the excellent free teaching materials available from the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C.
Celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday this week with a whole host of online and at-home activities from the Folger Shakespeare Library that are just right for you and your students!
Explore an excellent collection of original documents and ready-made discussion questions on the American Revolution, all set to go for you and your homeschool students.