Have you ever been unhappy with your child's school and felt like you could give them a better education at home?
Do you want to homeschool your child but have no idea how to get started?
Would you love to have your child home with you every day so that you could guide them in their education and help provide them with a firm foundation for life?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then this book is for you...
In these pages you'll discover ways that you can get ready to homeschool your child(ren) and simple tips that are easy to use.
Age Level: 8 - 18 | Grade Level: 3 - 12
When Charley and his friends climb aboard their favourite steam train they suddenly find themselves at the centre of a seemingly unsolvable mystery. The children soon become entangled inside a web of danger and deceit, where life or death, for each of them, hangs literally, by a thread! Our five brave yet foolhardy heroes cling together on this rollercoaster journey of joy, heartache, tears and laughter. They even try to solve the riddle of the strange old... Shush...Listen...Listen! Did you hear the Steamer's whistle just then? Did you hear her calling out your name? Come on-Climb aboard! Find yourself a 1st class seat as we travel through our time tunnel and back to the past; back to an exciting era when giant steam trains ruled the rails.
A tale about how a manju (Japanese red bean bun) keeps a lonely boy company throughout his life and helps him find happiness through a series of exciting adventures.
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Age Level: 4 - 10 | Grade Level: K - 3
“I am three thousand, four hundred and ten years old,” the Dragon told the man. “And for every single night of every single year of those three thousand four hundred and ten years, I've slept on my treasure. It’s how dragons sleep. It’s how dragons have always slept.” And he closed his eyes with a snap.
Then he opened one eye cautiously.
“What’s a bed?”
This award winning book for children ages 4 to 8 by Technical Training Consultants Inc. (the leader in locomotive training worldwide) was the runner up in the children's category at the "Beach Book Festival" and received honorable mentions at the "New York" and "London Book" festivals. Children have always been fascinated with trains. Why not show them how a real train works? This book is a fun and informative way for children to learn how the locomotive that pulls all of the railroad cars actually works. Does a locomotive work like an automobile, a truck, or is it more like a toy train set? Why not let our engineer show you! Colorfully illustrated, young children and their parents will find this book fun and informative as the operation of a modern day locomotive clearly and simply unfolds before their very eyes.
"Don't go into the Great Light!"
That is what Tor and Jami warn Kaboor, for snails dry up and die when they go into the Great Light.
Kaboor dares to go where others don't, and ventures into greatness. Yet there are consequences to following one's heart. Kaboor pays for his boldness, and also reaps its rewards.
A story of courage and friendship. With amazing illustrations by Andrew S. Valero.
Grade Level: 4 - 12
The History of the Computer is the story of how the modern computer evolved in the last number of centuries to what it has become today. This books gives an interesting insight into the strides made in computer technology during the 20th Century, and particularly in the last forty years.
The History of the Computer is part of the PC Peter's Computer Classroom series and is aimed at young learners. The book is illustrated, crammed with interesting facts, and written in a style that is easily grasped and understood by kids. This is another computer educational winner from Origin Books.
Meet Sally, A Cute little girl with a huge imagination and a love for adventure stories. She has a relatively normal life until she meets a giant green sea monster with really bad breath. Sally promises to teach him how to brush his big sharp teeth and a unique friendship is born.
Together they stumble onto the biggest adventure of their lives when they find a chest of gold at the bottom of a lagoon. Where did the treasure come from? That question is soon answered when they meet the owner. He is the meanest pirate to ever sail the seven seas. He is no ordinary pirate either, he has a robot army and a featherless parrot that has a taste for eyes and a knack for reading minds.
Children's author Gary Dickinson has written an easy to understand book that highlights the world of animals in nature with beautiful full color pictures and that educates as well as entertains children with an interest in these creatures.
Some of the animals that fall into each of the 3 classes of animals: the mammals, reptiles and amphibians, will be very well known and some will be very new and unheard of before. Whichever category they fall into, the facts and information coupled with the beautiful photographs that are scattered throughout the book, make this book interesting and informative for the reader.
This book was written for independent readers aged 9+ years and would also be enjoyed by younger children if the reading is shared with an adult.
Age Level: 0 - 8 | Grade Level: P - K
Two little eaglets desperate to grow up must learn patience and wisdom from their parents. "Eager Eaglets: Birds of Play" is a wonderfully illustrated book with fun and flowing prose that will capture the imaginations of young readers.
Crackerjack the horse may have an adventurous spirit, but he probably would never have left his quiet fields if he hadn't heard the flower sing. Its song awakes in him a spirit of adventure and along with his friend Frosty he decides to cross Stormett Mountain, a wild and dangerous place. They soon find out the stories of monsters are as true as the stories of strange animals and wonderful places.
Age Level: 2 - 7 | Grade Level: P - 3
Gizmo the Octopus, Where are You? Can you find Gizmo since he escaped from the Zoo? (Children's Picture and Rhyming Story Book - Ages 2 to 7)
This is a fun beautifully illustrated children's picture and story book about Gizmo, a friendly purple octopus! When Gizmo escapes from the zoo he hides in a variety places, but can you see him before he is fully revealed on the next page?
Age Level: 5 - 8
Learn about bears from the perspective of two young bear cubs.
The young cubs are getting ready to hibernate but come across a book all about bears. They turn the pages of the book and are intrigued about the world of bears.
The little bear cubs find out:
- What Bears Look Like
- Species Of Bears
- Bear Sounds
- What Bears Eat
- How Bears Move
- A Bear’s Senses
- Where Bears Live
- Baby Bears
- Fun Facts About Bears
Parenting and fun are two words that are rarely combined. In fact, say those two words together out loud to a parent and you'll likely get a snort, a laugh or a roll of the eyes, if not a look that says 'You either haven't tried parenting yet or are seriously out of your mind'. This is because being a parent means having to negotiate with your child on a daily basis and let's face it - you end up losing most of the time (if not losing your mind).
This book 'Kid-Friendly Ways To Change Behavior' lets you know you are not alone in the problems you face. More than that, it gives you practical easy-to-follow-tips on how to influence your child to be the kind of child you want him or her to be while accomplishing being the parent you want to be.
Age Level: 3 - 10 | Grade Level: P - 5
The Fun Kids Activity Book includes:
- Cool Homemade Art supplies like gel paint, modeling clay and sidewalk paint.
- Easy Homemade Treats that kids can help make like Soda Pop Biscuits, Spaghetti O pies, and even easy fudge.
- Simple Science Projects like wind chimes and calculating gummy worm stretch.
- Fun Craft Projects like Washi tape jewelry and figuring shadow boxes.
- Bath time fun like "Snowman Soap"
- Educational Art Projects like cave drawings and soap etchings
- Includes 21 easy projects that are fun for kids of all ages
The amazing tale of how a pack of wild Chihuahuas helped win the Mexican Revolution!
Suddenly, the fur on Lola’s back stood straight up. “We must find Pancho Villa,” she barked.
“What? What are you saying?” The eight dogs in Lola’s pack began to yap and yammer.
“If Pancho Villa is in trouble, we should try to help,” she said. “And maybe, just maybe, Pancho Villa can help the Chihuahuas.”
Age Level: 3 - 5 | Grade Level: P - K
Do you know a happy hippo?
I don't suppose you do.
Here's a book about a happy hippo -
I made it just for you!
Join Happy Hippo as he has happy thoughts all day (they pop into his head, and then they float away!).
Age Level: 4 - 7 | Grade Level: P - 1
Can you imagine what you would do if you ran out of chocolate? Pete is a practical dragon and he goes out on a quest. Everyone wants to be happy. Pete soars quickly up and away for his search for chocolate; his adventures take him to unexpected twists and turns. Will it end happily? Will Pete succeed?