With the European Geography Notebooking Journal, students have the opportunity to learn about the 47 countries of Europe. Space is given to record the borders, mountains, rivers and lakes, capital, geographic land regions, landmarks, and major cities of each country. 51 pages total.

]]>With the Leaders of Mexican History Notebooking Journal, students have the opportunity to investigate 37 famous leaders from Mexican history. Space is given for students to record the date and place of birth, date and place of death (if deceased), interesting facts about the individual, and his significant contribution to Mexican history. Leaders include Miguel Alem and aacute;n, Felipe Calder and oacute;n, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, Porfirio D and iacute;az, Vincente Fox Quesada, Antonio L and oacute;pez de Santa Anna, and many others. and nbsp;40 pages total.

]]>The Draw and Explore Science series is a great way to combine art and science. A short description of ten different breeds of horses is given. Each is followed by a related image on a grid. Next, students can do one or both of the assignments that follow. They can draw half of the image in a grid that shows half of the picture, or they can draw the entire image on an empty grid. Ten review questions and an answer key are also included. Breeds studied include American Bashkir Curly, American paint, Andalusian, Arabian, Gypsy Vanner, quarter, Shetland pony, Shire, Thoroughbred, and Welsh pony. and nbsp;26 pages total.

]]>Help students learn the terminology of plants with this cursive copywork. Students copy 60 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. Keywords covered include parts of plants, leaf shapes, tropisms, parts of seeds, and types of roots, and more. Sixty-nine pages total.

]]>**Jesus is Risen!!**

**Have fun remembering what Jesus did for us by making this FUN and EASY windsock craft. **

**All that is needed to complete this craft are scissors, glue, string and crayons or inkpens, colored pencils or whatever you would like to decorate with.**

**Comes with complete directions with pictures. **

**This is a great time to spend teaching kids about the resurrection of Jesus.**

**He is Risen Indeed!!**

Help students learn the terminology of volcanoes with this cursive copywork. Students copy 30 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. Keywords covered include volcano, magma, magma chamber, vent, geothermal energy, volcanologist, lava, fluid lava, pahoehoe, aa, pyroclasts, tuff, volcanic ash, lapilli, volcanic bombs, pumice, scoria, cinder cone, spatter, spatter cones, hydromagmatic eruption, eruption column, convective rise, lahars, shield volcano, stratovolcano, basalt, dormant, extinct, and volcanic explosivity index. Thirty-six pages total.

]]>Help students learn the terminology of plants with this print copywork. Students copy 60 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. Keywords covered include parts of plants, leaf shapes, tropisms, parts of seeds, and types of roots, and more. Sixty-nine pages total.

]]>Help students learn the terminology of thunderstorms with this cursive copywork. Students copy 20 keywords and their definitions. Each copywork page also includes a border with geometric patterns that students can color and use to design patterns if they wish. Keywords covered thunderstorm, updraft, downdraft, cold front, cumulonimbus cloud, latent heat, isolated thunderstorms, cloudburst, precipitation, hail, dry thunderstorm, thunder, lightning, bead lightning, ball lightning, microburst, multiple-cell storms, supercell, mesocyclone, and tornado. Twenty-five pages total.

]]>**Word Problems can be the best part of your child's day!**

This second worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is part of a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

I discovered, after fielding years and years of repeated forms of the and ldquo;why do I have to know how to do this? and rdquo; questions, that children just take to algebra straight away when I took them through a number of mental math problems first. It was also quite surprising how easily they (*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

The Doodles Do Algebra(TM) series of lessons is designed for minimal teacher involvement, but the methodology for teaching each lesson is clearly explained. I also add different ways of thinking about and explaining the lessons so that whether your child is gifted, or dyslexic, or prefers nearly any learning style, you will have a toolset to draw from as you teach. Most everything the child needs to learn comes from the Doodle cartoon that explains the lesson of the day.

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

**Word Problems can be the best part of your child's day!**

This third worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is part of a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

I discovered, after fielding years and years of repeated forms of the and ldquo;why do I have to know how to do this? and rdquo; questions, that children just take to algebra straight away when I took them through a number of mental math problems first. It was also quite surprising how easily they (*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

The Doodles Do Algebra(TM) series of lessons is designed for minimal teacher involvement, but the methodology for teaching each lesson is clearly explained. I also add different ways of thinking about and explaining the lessons so that whether your child is gifted, or dyslexic, or prefers nearly any learning style, you will have a toolset to draw from as you teach. Most everything the child needs to learn comes from the Doodle cartoon that explains the lesson of the day.

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

The Draw and Explore Science series is a great way to combine art and science. A short description of tropism, four main types of tropism, and seven different methods of seed dispersal is given. Each is followed by a related image on a grid. Next, students can do one or both of the assignments that follow. They can draw half of the image in a grid that shows half of the picture, or they can draw the entire image on an empty grid. Fifteen review questions and an answer key are also included. Key vocabulary terms studied are tropism, geotropism, hydrotropism, phototropism, and thigmotropism, as well as the following seed dispersal methods: gravity, animal ingestion, animal fur, water, explosion, wind, and fire-mediated. 30 pages total.

]]>The story of America and rsquo;s expansion west, from exploration by Lewis and Clark through the transcontinental railroad and the birth of the Wild West, is shared in this HUGE resource that includes coloring pages and copywork. Discover key events during this time including the Louisiana Purchase, steamboat and nbsp;*Clermont*, the Santa Fe Trail, the Erie Canal, Texas and rsquo;s fight for independence from Mexico, the Alamo, the Battle of San Jacinto, the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the Trail of Tears, the Oregon Trail, the California Gold Rush, the Comstock Lode, the Pony Express, the Homestead Act, the building of the Transcontinental Railroad, and the formation of Yellowstone National Park. Meet key people such as Thomas Jefferson, Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Sacagawea, Zebulon Pike, Robert Fulton, Stephen Austin, William Travis, Davy Crockett, Sam Houston, Andrew Jackson, Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, General George Custer, Wild Bill Hickock, and Mark Twain. Learn about the impact westward expansion had on the Cherokee, Seminole, Sioux, Apache, Navajo, and Nez Perce. Plus, get a small taste of life on the Oregon Trail and life on the prairie.

There are 100 coloring pages with large print, traceable copywork. It and rsquo;s a great way to work some history and handwriting practice into your day. You can even display the finished pages around the room as a way to see the story unfold. 103 pages total. Two levels are available, Levels B and C.

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**Level A:** Coloring pages include single word or phrase copywork (traceable print) and lt;o:p and gt; and lt;/o:p and gt;

**Level B:** Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable print) and lt;o:p and gt; and lt;/o:p and gt;

**Level C: **Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable cursive) and lt;o:p and gt; and lt;/o:p and gt;

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**Today's your child will learn to set up an equation and solve for 'x'. This is the last lesson introducing a new method for solving word problems in your head, without pencil and paper. The final lesson in the mental math section, Lesson 10, is a review and practice of all the techniques your child has learned.**

This ninth worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is part of a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

I discovered, after fielding years and years of repeated forms of the and ldquo;why do I have to know how to do this? and rdquo; questions, that children just take to algebra straight away when I took them through a number of mental math problems first. It was also quite surprising how easily they (*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

The Doodles Do Algebra(TM) series of lessons is designed for minimal teacher involvement, but the methodology for teaching each lesson is clearly explained. I also add different ways of thinking about and explaining the lessons so that whether your child is gifted, or dyslexic, or prefers nearly any learning style, you will have a toolset to draw from as you teach. Most everything the child needs to learn comes from the Doodle cartoon that explains the lesson of the day.

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

**Does the idea of figuring out when two trains meet that are traveling towards each other at different speeds? **

**This lesson will teach your child how to figure it out easily, in their head!**

This fourth worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is part of a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

**Today's lesson is a chance for your child to practice all the algebra learned in the first 4 lessons!**

This fifth worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is part of a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

**Today's lesson will help your child practice solving word problems in her or her head and using the concept of an unknown, 'x'.**

This sixth worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is part of a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

**Today's lesson will help your child learn to set up an algebra equation from a word problem.**

This seventh worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is part of a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

**Today's lesson will introduce your child to solving an equation for 'x'.**

This eigth worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is part of a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

**Today's lesson is a review and practice of all the techniques your child has learned so far.**

This tenth worksheet in the Doodles Do Algebra (TM) curriculum is the last in a set of lessons which start a child out with a series of mental math exercises. Before kids learns about unknowns and how to simplify polynomials, it is really helpful to give them familiarity and confidence and ldquo;mentally and rdquo; solving problems that usually are taught as algebra problems with written steps.

**A way to make math actually fun!**

*and I*) could do the problems without pencil and paper.

**Anyone can teach their children Algebra!**

**I wrote the entire series of Algebra lessons to teach my own children** Algebra I and Algebra II, but the individual worksheets are wonderful for reinforcing concepts you are teaching with an alternate curricula.

**Got a creative-minded child?** My kids like to color in the Doodle Cartoon character each day and give them hats and crazy facial expressions. It is a fantastic way to etch the algebra concept of the day into their memory.

Learn the story of Cinco de Mayo with this fun coloring book. Learn about the nations involved and why they were fighting; meet General Ignacio Zaragoza, Benito Ju and aacute;rez, and Porfirio D and iacute;az; learn a little about how Cinco de Mayo is celebrated today, and more. There are 22 coloring pages with large cursive, traceable copywork. It and rsquo;s a great way to work some history and handwriting practice into your day. 25 pages total.

**A note about coloring book levels:** and lt;o:p and gt; and lt;/o:p and gt;

**Level A:** Coloring pages include single word or phrase copywork (traceable print) and lt;o:p and gt; and lt;/o:p and gt;

**Level B:** Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable print) and lt;o:p and gt; and lt;/o:p and gt;

**Level C: **Coloring pages include full sentence copywork (traceable cursive) and lt;o:p and gt; and lt;/o:p and gt;

Pictures may vary or repeat between levels. Not all books are available in all three levels; new levels will be added as available. and lt;o:p and gt; and lt;/o:p and gt;