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If you are looking for American Sign Language (ASL) curriculum for including in your homeschooling program, here are some suggestions of ASL online programs taught by deaf ASL instructors: Websites https://www.youtube.com/user/chsasl/playlistshttps://www.youtube.com/user/sheenammcfeely/videoshttps://www.lifeprint.com/asl101/lessons/lessons.htmhttps://www.gallaudet.edu/asl-con…/asl-for-free/asl-by-topichttps://signitasl.comhttps://signingonline.com ASL App https://vl2storybookapps.com/

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Even young children can be taught geography. Here’s an easy and fun preschool activity to help children learn the countries of the world. In just a few minutes a day, children can easily learn all 195 countries in less than a year. When I was little, my mom would spend a few minutes a day …

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Learning Comes Easy When It’s Fun, Not Work When I was a teenager, a friend organized a weekly Friday night get together to learn American Sign Language.  It was open to any of my friends (from kid to adult) who wanted to join the class.  There were about 40 of us who regularly attended.  A …

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Here are some fun duck activities for preschoolers. It includes: book lists, music ideas, arts and crafts, games, colouring & cut and paste printables, videos to learn about ducks, duck jokes and more. Our Preschool Duck Theme Ducks became the theme of our preschool homeschool this winter. We feed the birds every winter.  This year, …

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A little over a year ago, I took my daughter to Disney World in Orlando Florida.  It was going to be a long drive (about 22 hours) so I googled tips on taking kids on road trips.  I read a ton of different parent recommendations.  Many recommendations went something like this: “Of course they have …

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