Tuesday, February 10, 2009


We take a moment for a brief PSA. (In this case, PSA stands for Public Service Announcement, not to be confused with Professional Sports Authenticator or Professional Squash Association).

If you are looking for a free way to help enrich your child's education, may I suggest ClickSchooling? Created and maintained by Diane Flynn Keith, it offers
excellent information delivered in a student-friendly, multi-media format, and often contain free interactive games as well as printable lessons and materials that can be tweaked to your needs and interests whether you are homeschooling, unschooling, or after-schooling. Many teachers use these recommended resources in the classroom as well. Most of the sites are suitable for a wide age range. The free reviews are sent in a daily email, Monday through Saturday, that are focused on a specific subject as follows:
* Monday = Math
* Tuesday = Science
* Wednesday = Language Arts
* Thursday = Social Sciences
* Friday = Virtual Field Trip
*Saturday = Electives: Music, Art, & Languages

My son is 5, so some of the material is above his level of comprehension at this time. Many of those, I have bookmarked for later. That's how great the sites are that Diane leads you to!

You will have to sign up to have the emails, but it's free. I don't laud often, so take note here. Truly, I've found ClickSchooling to be a wonderful asset. Check it out. You won't be sorry. Heck, your child may even thank you for it. And it's only a click away. (*hee hee* I couldn't resist!)

Did I mention? It's free!

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