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With school starting soon, find curriculum materials at Education.com!

As a homeschooling parent, I’m constantly searching for engaging, interesting, and curriculum to use with my kids. When they were younger, I would make my own learning materials to accommodate their ever-changing interests. But it was a laborious and time-consuming process, so now I use curriculum from various sources to fit my kid’s learning needs.

One resource I frequently use is Education.com. Their various teaching materials cover a broad range of subjects and skills to master for grades preschool to 5th grade. You type in your interested subject in the search box, choose a grade level, and voila! The search results generate rows of sample materials accompanied by user’s review ratings. A favorite feature for me is their colorful and kid-friendly format that piques kids’ curiosities right away.

So when Education.com asked if I would be interested to share a printable worksheet with my teachers, and I was happy to do so. It’s a great resource I use that you may find useful too.

The attached worksheet is a fun word activity that introduces keywords about the upcoming season. It’s one sample of the kinds of resources they provide. I hope you get a chance to check it out and have your kids try it out too.

Children will ‘fall’ in love with this fun autumn crossword puzzle! Also be sure to check out many more great reading activities at Education.com!

*This is not a paid promotion but my honest feedback about my positive experience with Education.com.

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Writing and daydreaming have always been two of my favorite things to do. I've been an avid journal writer since junior high school. It was a way for me to survive the complex world of being a Korean-American female straddling two cultures. Journal writing continued through graduate school, but that luxury is now replaced with multitasking to raise and homeschool two young kids. As the self-proclaimed domestic C.E.O. of our home, personal reflection occurs mostly in my subconscious dreams, during solo grocery shopping runs, or when my husband Chris takes the kids to Costco for an afternoon trip.

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