On Legislative Day, ICHE hosts a formal pie reception for the legislators in the Idaho state capitol building in Boise, Idaho.
Pie's are donated by home educators like you. Displays of school work, art work, projects, and photos are also provided by home educators like you. Music performances are also provided by home educators...like you.
The Legislative Day is an opportunity for legislators to view homeschooling in a positive light.
If you would like to help by providing a display, pie, musical number, etc...please see the ICHE website and contact the appropriate person listed.
The deadlines for signing up are fast approaching. The first being Dec. 19th for musical numbers.
This year seems like most of my homeschooling friends are on as tight a budget as the public schools. Fortunately there really is such a thing as a free education still, you just might have to do some leg work to find it. I came across a few complete math curriculum and a few supplements for FREE. Well, maybe it'll cost you some time on the computer and some printer ink.
CSMP- Complete Math Curriculum for Grades K-6
I love how the lessons are laid out in a no-brainer kind of way, which makes it super easy to teach. It's pretty scripted for you. Includes student workbook pages, blackline masters, and even some Math storybook
North Carolina Public Schools- Math Resources
Add in a few supplements, like math games, worksheets, etc and this could be a complete math curriculum. The Week by Week Essentials are in a friendly flexible format. The Strategies resources are a great way to cover specific concepts.
Homeschool Math- Website has quite a few ads but lots of information and free resources too. Website is owned by the author of the Mammoth Math Curriculum.
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