Ahh the last home stretch....High School Freebies!

6:50 AM Rachel Adams 0 Comments

Here are links for high schoolers, you know them last 4 years of mandatory classes...unless you dual enroll and if so then my hat is tipped you sir or ma'am. This is the time in schooling when one finds themselves and figures what they want to be when they go out there and show the world the education they have had. That and a diploma to show off doesn't quite hurt either!

9th Grade

http://www.life.illinois.edu/ib/102/Levetin/ < botany text book

http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/projects/mepres/book9/book9int.htm < math

http://goo.gl/j88vkG < Vocabulary Power

http://goo.gl/FycQKZ < Spelling Power

http://goo.gl/Ku2pr1 < Grammar and Language

http://goo.gl/uBA2Wi < Language arts. Click on the + icon next to the words and it will open up to show grades 6th -12th.

http://goo.gl/rJR78l < government workbook

10th Grade

http://goo.gl/jmryoT < Grammar

http://goo.gl/29n9wz < Vocabulary Power

http://goo.gl/2c7pVW < Spelling Power

11th Grade


http://goo.gl/ZPGr1g < Spelling Power

12th Grade

http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/workbooks/language_arts/vp/12vp2.pdf < Vocabulary Power

http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/workbooks/language_arts/spw/12spw2.pdf < Spelling Power


Grade 8 coming at ya fast...freebies

7:47 AM Rachel Adams 0 Comments

OMGOSH look at the time our kiddos have left till the big HIGH SCHOOL starts. This is a time when most kiddos decide to go back into public school sector or stay home schooling.  8th grade is a huge deal! Most kiddos are still trying to find themselves, not quite teenagers but almost there. Lots of mixed emotions and find themselves.

So to help all you parents out with the homeschool score I will present you with the links that have been tested and checked. Please refrain from printing the textbooks out that's copy right infringement and only print out what you need of the works books. Most do have answer keys if not you can print them out to create and answer key. Thanks!

http://algebra4children.com/eigth-grade-math-worksheets.html < 8th grade worksheets that are my fave PDF.

http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/8th/ < full curriculum.

http://glencoe.mheducation.com/sites/0078777372/student_view0/index.html < Algebra Readiness (complete set: text, workbooks, on-line calculator, worksheets)

http://www.glencoe.com/sites/georgia/student/mathematics/assets/workbooks.html < workbooks

http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/projects/mepres/book8/book8.htm < complete 8th grade math

http://goo.gl/OR3Tgu < 8th grade vocabulary power

http://goo.gl/4PJ5AN < 8th grade spelling power

http://goo.gl/63qn9V < Grammar and language

http://www.plainlocal.org/userfiles/367/Classes/3379/DLR.pdf < Daily Language review evan moor

http://goo.gl/IqvkHq < Language arts programs. Click to expand to find the right grade.

http://daniellenglish.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/grammar-worksheets-pdf.pdf < language handbook


Grade 7 freebies coming at ya!

6:36 AM Rachel Adams 0 Comments

With most home schools well on their way I figured I need to seriously catch up...I still have 8-12th to do. You all know how this works so let me explain for people just finding my blog.  I check these link out and know they work without viruses since I scan em all...Love ya my big K virus program!

http://www.vrml.k12.la.us/7th/ < this is a religious site but the materials you might need aren't all that way.

http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/projects/mepres/book7/book7.htm < complete math program for 7th grade. 

http://goo.gl/Hpo44b < glenco website with workbooks for 6-8th grade and more.

http://goo.gl/o8wjFG < Milliken beginning algebra grades 6-8th

http://www.sd1525.org/admin/Summer%20School/Grade_7B.pdf < Math Mammoth 7b worksheets 

http://goo.gl/SsxFmC < Glenco Spelling Power 

http://goo.gl/0o4CDA < Writers choice Spelling and vocabulary 

http://goo.gl/tuVJYL < Vocabulary

http://goo.gl/7iVJxZ < glenco language arts. On the left side of the word you will see a box, click it and you will see what grades are available as well as a teacher's edition.

http://www.teachushistory.org/ < many key notes in our nations history.

Now if you do some google searching you'll find more stuff out there. Just a friendly reminder: You can print only the amount of copies you need (based off your kiddos and +/- if ya need answer key) but DO NOT print off the textbooks. The textbook being printed off is copyright infringement.  You can use the online textbooks.