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Home Geography for Primary Grades

Posted in Elementary, Geography, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Kindergarten, Lower Elementary, Public Domain on May 5, 2015

This short, simple reader was intended to be used by tutors and teachers for younger students. I would guess the reading level at around 3rd grade. Topics include basic landforms, the scientific processes of weather and geographical formation, and some things that the land produces. This is not a geography reader that will give understanding Read More »

Children’s Nature Books by Elizabeth Gordon

Posted in Elementary, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Nature Studies, Preschool on May 3, 2015

This series of books by Elizabeth Gordon have fun, colorful illustrations and short little poems that could be used as a literature and nature study, handwriting practice, or just reading. The poems are not particularly educational as these are picture books for younger children. You can find all of these books on archive.org, but I Read More »

Field Book of Western Wild Flowers

Posted in Elementary, High School, Middle School, Plants, Public Domain on February 20, 2015

In this little book a very large number of the commoner wild flowers growing in the United States, west of the Rocky Mountains, are pictured and described. It is the first attempt to supply a popular field book for the whole West. The field is vast, including within its limits all sorts of climate and Read More »

Egyptian Birds

Posted in Animals, Elementary, High School, Middle School, Nature Studies, Public Domain on November 15, 2014

Pliny declares that it was by watching the flight of birds in general, and of the Kite in particular, that men first conceived the idea of steering their boats and ships with a tail or rudder, for, says he, “these birds by the turning and steering by their tails showed in the air what was needful Read More »

Ebooks for a study on Turkeys and Poultry

Posted in Animals, Elementary, Middle School, Public Domain on November 1, 2014

You should never look at poultry and say, “Why, they are only Hens!” or “Why, they are only Ducks!” Quite likely when they look at you they may be thinking, “Why, they are only boys!” or “Why, they are only girls!” Yet if you are gentle and care for them, you and they will learn Read More »

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