Ideas, Support, and Free Resources for homeschoolers, afterschoolers and lovers of learning
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Free Curriculum for Homeschool and Afterschoolers

In an effort to make learning freely accessible to as many as possible, I’m offering lesson plans and units that I’ve created to everyone at no charge. I’ll also be collecting links to other free resources for homeschoolers and other educators, so please check back often!

Click the links below to get more information and download lesson plans:

The Mosaic Introduction to World History Part 1 – Myths, Maps, and Marvels

A year-long day-by-day schedule coordinating many popular history, literature, and activity books and websites. This 150+ page free lesson plan is now available

The Mosaic Introduction to TimelinesAvailable now!

One unit from the Introductory World History course listed above. 26 page eBook gives extensive information on timelines for parents, and also includes 3 assignments with complete projects for introducing timelines to children in meaningful and relevant ways. Includes printouts and figures needed for completing the introductory projects. Great for use with any history program.

Preview Preliminary Booklist for Mosaic 2 – The Middle Ages

This page shows current candidates for inclusion in the upcoming Middle Ages version of Mosaic.  The page is a work in progress, as I am continually updating it throughout the planning stages of this project.  Last updated:  June 21, 2008

Sneak Peek at Rough Draft of Mosaic 2 ScheduleNEW!

Follow the above link to get a behind the scenes glimpse of the spreadsheet I’m currently using to develop the schedule for Mosaic 2.  Fancy it is not!  But it is lining everything up, day by day, so that I’ll be able to construct each day’s lesson plans from it.  I’m uploading a couple of editable versions to the Mosaic users group, so you can download and view in your Excel or OpenOffice programs if you prefer.  Note that this is a work in progress, and definitely subject to change.  In particular, there is a Shakespeare unit near the very end that will have several more resources added ASAP.  I’ll continue to post updates as I get them ready!  –April 7/28/2008

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