Homeschool, Online Learning

Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Products

What a great way to get your techie kids excited about school projects! This online course has step-by-step tutorials for all kinds of projects that fit with any lesson plan.

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Techie Homeschool Mom has done it again by sharing more great ideas for digital learning!

No matter whether you are tech-competent, curious or clueless, you’ll love her new course – Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Projects.

This guide includes step-by-step video tutorials for creating projects that fit with any lesson plan, like online crossword puzzles, vocabulary word clouds, interactive timelines and more.

I decided to play around with this a bit and found the videos clear and easy to understand (just like the rest of Beth’s online unit studies) and I had an easy time putting together a quick crossword puzzle to go along with EJ’s anatomy lessons. (I wanted to be sure I could manage it before I let him loose on the keyboard.)

I can imagine EJ will be emailing his creations to his aunts to “quiz” them. Kids always have more fun when they “play” while they’re learning don’t you think?

This guide includes step-by-step video tutorials for creating projects that fit with any lesson plan. Your family will learn to create

… Illustrated Quote Graphics
… Online Crossword Puzzles and Word Games
… Vocabulary Word Clouds
… Interactive TimeLines
… Quiz Game Apps
… Virtual Newspapers (great for creating a fun report on a field trip!)
… Time Travel Journals
… Digital Museum Kiosks

Plus, you’ll discover more techie online apps for creating student projects.

Right now, you can save $10 on Techie Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Digital Student Projects.  (but only until April 25!)

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This course is perfect for freshening up your curriculum and adding more tools to your learning activity toolbox. I’m already earned some “cool mama” points from EJ when I told him he needed to create a newspaper about our spring break travels and the historical places we visited!

I’m sure you and your kids will love these new projects too!

P.S. Beth has kindly provided me with a freebie for my readers. Click here to download your List of 25 Free Apps for Creating Student Projects for some online activity inspiration!

About Kimberley Linkletter

I'm a homeschooling grandma who loves to travel with her family. Road trips are some of our favorite things! I write about our adventures at www.vintagebluesuitcase.ca.
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