One of the questions I see asked all the time on the facebook group for The Good and the Beautiful is about whether people print their own materials or buy the pre-printed versions. I print some of the curriculum at home. This is how I print, the materials I use, and how I laminate and bind the books together.
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BrainPOP has a wonderful selection of space science videos that cover almost all of the topics from The Good and the Beautiful’s Space Science Unit Study. Tim and Moby and fun to watch and video pages on the site have further information, some primary source materials, and fun games to reinforce the concepts. Keep this quick list handy for your space science studies!
As homeschoolers, we all have our favorite resources. BrainPOP has to be my all time favorite online resource. BrainPOP covers a wide range of topics with short informative and often funny videos that my kids find engaging. Tim and Moby always have a fun take on events and topics and the extra sections with games, more information, and even primary source materials makes BrainPOP our first stop when we want to dig deeper on a topic.
Homeschool In the Woods’ timeline figures are an excellent supplement to any history curriculum, especially The Good and the Beautiful History 1.
We use Homeschool Buyer’s Coop’s Homeschool Planet online lesson planner to plan our subjects for the year. This year we started using The Good and the Beautiful for a number...