Your Favorite Educational Resources

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Your Favorite Educational Resources

Postby dkocur » Sat Nov 06, 2010 2:04 pm

I'm trying to compile a list of the "best" educational resources and I'd like your help. From complete K-12 curriculum, to simple stand-alone products, and everything in between, I want to hear it all. What resources just "rock your world"? And don't forget to tell me why! Please provide a link to the site or product page if you know it. Thanks!

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Postby MyKidsRGR8T » Sun Nov 07, 2010 12:17 pm

Funny you should create this thread, David! One of my daughter's teachers actually provided me with a website that provides lesson plans for outside of the classroom. Don't get me know. . .this was a FANTASTIC teacher that I was dealing with, but she didn't know what more to do for my daughter's dyslexia. While the resources she provided to me didn't help US personally, I found them to be excellent resources IN GENERAL. Also, as time progresses and my daughter improves, I'll certainly use these lesson plans.

Anyway, the website is Hope you find a neat lesson plan for your children! :D
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