Take Your Kids On an Archeology Expedition

Never liked staying on the sidelines? Well then, dig in. Passport In Time helps you open a window to the past by allowing you to join activities such as archaeological excavation, site mapping, drafting, laboratory and art work, collecting oral… Continue reading

Free Or Low-Cost Rocks

Lots of fourth graders across the U.S. study about rocks and minerals. How do you help your kids grasp the subject with some enthusiasm? Contact your state geologist located in your state capital. They have informational sheets, brochures, videos, slides,… Continue reading

Help for Crime Victims

The National Center for Victims of Crime is dedicated to helping victims of crimes rebuild their lives. They offer toll-free help lines, a lawyer referral service, support counselors and referrals to support services. A unique service is they provide a… Continue reading

Free Computers For Homeschoolers

Not only home schools, but any school or community group that are trying to educate kids from pre-K through grade 12, can be eligible to receive used computers from the government through its surplus property program. Contact Computers for Learning,… Continue reading

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