My name is Neha, I hope this email finds you well. I came across your resource page and I very much admire your work and I genuinely love it.
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A big thank you to Katie for this suggestion:
I wanted to thank you for putting together your collection of art resources! My daughter Katie's Girl Scout troop is currently working on their Arts and Crafts Fun Patch and the art websites on your page helped us a bunch!
Due to COVID-19, her troop has continued to cancel all in person meetings, but we're hoping to resume our regular schedule sometime in May. We're keeping our fingers crossed...the girls really miss each other!
That being said, Katie's troop leader still encouraged us parents to work with our girls at home to ensure we don't fall too far behind! She asked the girls to find some fun, at-home activities for crafting and arts & culture. Your page led us to some great websites to check out, so Katie and I wanted to make sure we thanked you :)
And if it's not too much trouble, I was hoping you could add another link to your page? Katie found this arts and crafts guide which I loved... https://couponfollow.com/research/free-arts-crafts-resources
Mrs. Sarah Jackson
Susan Barton has an awesome newsletter called Bright Solutions for Dyslexia - very good to check into: https:// www.dys-add.com/
Because of the failures people are experiencing with 'Zoom' schooling, I've been getting e-mails asking about curriculum, so I've looked into a few (yes, I've mentioned a couple of these before) - let me know if you've found others:
high school college courses: https://www.asuprepdigital.org/
My Tech High School: https://www.mytechhigh.com/ - ages 5-18
I just received another great e-mail:
While I am no longer in the classroom, I am still passionate about equitable education and learning opportunities for children, specifically in the STEM fields of study, and that's how I came across your work. I just assembled a list of STEM resources for kids with special needs, https://www.bitira.com/crypto-stem-for-kids-with-special-needs/; it offers a range of options and approaches for parents and educators alike. I think it could be a useful addition to the resources you already share: http://www.musicartandenglish.com/homeschool-resources.html !
I have been looking into homeschool curriculum and found a couple awesome programs. I've actually used this (3rd, 4th, 5th grade) program while tutoring and this is the best I've ever seen:
Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool: A complete, free online Christian homeschool curriculum https://allinonehomeschool.com/
I found another (I haven't personally used) that looks good. It does cost; however, I see that they have easy payment plans: Abeka Homeschool Curriculum: https://www.abeka.com/HomeSchool
Pigly is a free online personal finance guide offering over 100 financial calculators.
We recently published an in-depth guide to help teach kids the importance of building an emergency savings plan.
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