Tag Archives: by Michael Leppert

  • Shakespeare for All!

    Why Shakespeare? Indeed! An Enrichment Study for the Hungry Mind 82 pages, 8.5” W x 11” H, softcover, small ring-bound by Amanda J. Murray, M.A. Published by 14 Rooms.org POB 1786 Alvin, TX 77512 www.14rooms.org Ideal for children and adults to read together – ages 11 or 12 to ?? by Michael Leppert There is Continue Reading

  • Conceptual Learning Materials – Math for Montessori & More

    Insights into Math Concepts math@conceptuallearning.com by Michael Leppert Much of the best learning materials available to homeschoolers is developed by professional teachers either active or retired. These dedicated people are constantly seeking ways to help their students and create unique and inventive products from their searches. One such example is Conceptual Learning Materials, created by Continue Reading

  • Botanical Drawing Curriculum – Builds Personhood Through Art

    Botanical Drawing Curriculum – Builds Personhood Through Art Academy of Botanical Art Courses in Drawing, Watercolor, Pen & Ink, Plant Morphology Scientific Illustration, and the Business of Art ———————– Olivia Marie Art Designs 2068 Sunnyside Lane Sarasota, FL, 34239 941-953-9999 http://www.omartdesigns.com/ Ideal minimum age: 12 years old By Michael Leppert Ms. Olivia Marie Braida-Chiusano (artist Continue Reading

  • izzit.org – Critical Thinking Starts With Interesting and Stimulating Online Articles & Video Programs, Absolutely FREE!

    A perfect Free teaching vehicle for homeschooling families, students K-college www.izzit.org 2002 Filmore Avenue Erie, PA 16506 888.242.0563 E-mail: ask@izzit.org by Michael Leppert Next to learning to read and write, Critical Thinking is probably the most important aspect of a child’s education and remains so for life. Being taught how to analyze the motives, thoughts Continue Reading

  • Mr. Wizard’s Supermarket Science – Over 100 Experiments From the Aisles of Your Grocery Store!

    96 pages, soft cover – Signed $12.95 US, (MWB#5001) Order from: http://www.mrwizardstudios.com/ All Ages by Michael Leppert Don Herbert, better known as ‘Mr. Wizard’ to generations of curious children and adults who watched his T.V. programs from the 1950s through the 1990s, saw science in virtually everything. He was truly a man who thought outside Continue Reading