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About vxfy

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  1. I see the teachers guides for these new editions are free online and have some pages from the student workbook too. e.g. the page for Write on Course (gr 6-8) "Writing Across the Curriculum" starts at https://k12.thoughtfullearning.com/teachersguide/write-course-20-20-teachers-guide-table-contents/36-writing-science with links to the next page (social studies).
  2. Old thread, but I just found a copy of all the PDFs at http://worldhistoryeducatorsblog.blogspot.com/2016/09/crash-course-world-history-curriculum.html @shinyhappypeople Perhaps the link at https://forums.welltrainedmind.com/topic/638531-free-homeschool-curriculum-resources/ thread can be updated too?
  3. I don't know the proper terminology for onenote but assuming you can tag notes/pages: have a note for each resource where the note title is the resource title. Then tag the note with subject (however specific e.g. physics or solar_system or egypt or whatever), and also tag it with each of the years the resource is appropriate for (e.g. grade3 grade4 grade5). The body of the note would have anything specific to that resource such as lesson plans you've found for it, areas the resource is weak in that you might want to supplement, who recommended the resource, where it is (on your bookshelf, lib
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