Thursday, December 2, 2010

Freebie Friday


This week I have several websites that have great freebies to enhance your homeschooling. The first site is a great resource during these hectic December days. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.

Kabongo, an online learning environment for kids normally lets children play in the first world for no cost. Right now, they are offering a sweet deal – all of their environments are completely free! That’s a $14.95 value!!!! Fun, educational children’s games will build confidence and stay challenged with auto-leveling games that advance at your child’s pace. Discover three different games in each habitat, each with six levels.

This next site is perfect for those hand made gifts for the holidays.. Download this free Christmas Craft Projects eBook today for 25 Christmas Craft Projects – everything from ornaments to gift giving ideas.

This last website is a repeat, but worth mentioning again. Sign up today and still enjoy 10 christmas freebies!

One of my favorite sites for interactive science lessons is hosting " The 12 days of Freebies," starting December 1st. Simply sign up for their newsletters and be blessed by 12 free interactive unit studies. Click the link below and sign up today!

Have a blessed week.


1 comment:

  1. I was happy to discover your blog today. I was unable to find a contact link. I hope it's OK that I'm contacting you through a public comment. I've developed an educational program for Windows called SpellQuizzer that helps children learn their spelling and vocabulary words without the battle that parents often have getting them to sit down and write them out while the parents dictate to them. The parent enters the child's spelling words into the software making a sound recording of each word. Then the software helps the child practice his or her words. It really helped my children with their weekly spelling lists.

    I would appreciate your reviewing SpellQuizzer in Around the Kitchen Table. If you are interested in hosting a giveaway of a SpellQuizzer license I'd be happy to supply a free license to the winner. You can learn more about the program at There's a video demo you can watch at and a community site where SpellQuizzer users can share their spelling lists with one another ( Finally, there's a page targeted to homeschooling families at I'd be happy to send you a complimentary license for the software. Please let me know if you are interested.

    Thank you very much!

    Dan Hite
    TedCo Software