- maneuvering the website
- printing the pages
- accessing the answer guide
- saving what I like
In addition, the quality of what is offered is simply outstanding. There is so much good stuff that TRULY (and I do not exaggerate when I say this) you could homeschool using only this website and some ink in your printer!
Abigail (kindergarten) did this worksheet where she cut out and pasted words in the correct category under "nouns." She had to read the word, cut the word, and glue the word in the right category: people, places, or things.
There are worksheets for preschoolers too! Here is my little Hannah's first attempt at "color by number."
My third grader (who really doesn't like to color) did a color by number as well. His had multiplication tables that he had to solve to figure out what to color.
Isaac is doing fourth grade math. Here is his attempt at a division worksheet.
- Search for what you are looking for using the search box at the top of the screen. For example you can type in "multiplication" and get every resource for that topic.
- On the left hand of the screen are all of the "core" content areas that you can search by. These topics include things like:
- Reading & Writing
- Phonics & Early Literacy
- Spelling Lists
- Chapter Books
- Social Studies
- Puzzles & Brain Teasers
- Within each of the major categories listed below, there are "sub-categories." For example, the "Math" category has over 30 different categories like skip counting, measurement, graphic, geometry, rounding etc.
- Open them with the first blue button
- Look at them in different languages using the second blue button
- Quickly look at the document using blue button three
- Delete the document from my Cabinet using the X blue button.
I also wanted to share this video of us just goofing around, discussing some of the worksheets they were doing: