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Curriculum Checklist example

Use this Curriculum Checklist to help you decide what you want from a curriculum and compare curricula to see which one measures up. For instructions, click here.


map yearUse this Attendance: Mapping Your Year to help map your attendance year, so you stay on-track and finish on-time! Also, check out the Attendance Chart 2015 - 2016 to document attendance. For instructions, click here.


map schedules

Use this Schedule download to help you map your day and week. Schedule one student or group all week or up to 6 students for each day. Download an editable schedule here. For examples, click here.


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Download this visual schedule to help organize your day. It’s easy and fun for your student. For more information, click here.


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Download this School Supply List to help start your year off right. It categorizes types of supplies by types of learning, so you can easily decide what supplies you will need. For more information, click here.


PreK assessment PDF

Use this Pre-K assessment to help you set goals of which skills you want your preschooler to know before they start kindergarten.  When creating these academic and developmental goals, I took into consideration, other preschool assessments, current curricula, and the Ages & Stages Developmental Questionnaire provided by my doctor.
lesson plan templateDownload the free visual lesson plan template. Download an editable Word template here.

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Bookshelf: Subject-Specific Link-ups

  • Ideas to support your literacy goalsimage
  • Ways to engage your learner
  • Advice on teaching different math concepts
  • High-interest themes and characters
  • Fun and games
  • Discover great ideas to boost learning
  • Find free and affordable curricula ideas
  • Browse subjects for inspiration
  • See how others teach special education

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  • Free curriculum and worksheets, downloads
  • Bargains and discounts
  • Great curricula and supplemental materials ideas
  • DIYs and How-to’s
  • Awesome  projects and crafts
  • Organization, planning, and assessment
  • Educational tools
  • Articles and reviews
  • LinkUps, Hops, and Parties…and more!


Homeschool Community

Check out these great homeschool resources!

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  3. Hi! Just thought you should know your link to the “curriculum checklist” is broken.

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  5. Oops…meant to post that in the bookshelf.

  6. I am loving this resource room, but I have one suggestion. Can you please add more room for the title. To get a good descriptive title AND show the age range, especially if it’s something like (Middle School – High School) we need more space.

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