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Give to DonorsChoose As a former teacher myself, I know how hard it is for teachers to afford all the supplies they'd like for their classes. Often, teachers have to dig deep into their own pockets for hundreds of dollars every year to buy classroom materials the school just can't afford. If you are a parent and found the free games on worthwhile, please consider making a donation to your child's teacher or school, or visit to donate to a teacher in need.

Below are s a list of links to sites that are kind enough to link    By clicking these links you are leaving the FunBasedLearning website.

  • Educational Resources for New Teachers from University of Cincinnati - thank you to Bill Jackson & Brooke Williams for suggesting the link
  • Teachnology's Lesson Plans Center - Over 30,000 free lesson plans for teachers
  • Links for Chemists - Chemistry section of the WWW Virtual LIbrary.
  • Homeschool and Teaching Lesson Plans For All Ages - a suggestion from one of my website users who found it cool and useful for homeschoolers
  • Home-Schooling Help: Math Games and Resources by HomeAdvisor - a suggestion from one of my users who described it as "My kids loved all the games and resources, the best part is I even started playing around a bit on the fractions and the decimal part, Haha. I thought it was nice that they have sections for addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, and the rest of algebra and geometry."
  • Dale Harris Software - Download free educational software / teacherware.
  • - a suggestion from one of my website users who described it as "a starting point for research on multiple occasions throughout the years is AcademicInfo ( The website features hundreds of subject guides as well as educational resources and online degree information."
  • Worksheet Library Worksheet Library is home to over 5,000 printable K-6 worksheets for teachers, parents, and homeschoolers. Many of our worksheets are available at no charge.
  • scibermonkey, an online resource for Key Stage 3 science - Mapped onto the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority's (QCA) scheme of work for KS3, scibermonkey easily searches all units and lesson objectives, directly linking you to the best science resources on the web.
  • Wordslide - An online, one-two player word based game. Play alone or compete against an online opponent to find words as quickly as you can. I tried it, if you like Scrabble, you will like it. Likely will improve your Scrabble game vocab as well.
  • Private Schools - Information on selecting the most appropriate private school for your child.
  • Online High School - JMHS online education offers an easy way to earn your high school diploma with a full high school curriculum, included single courses for those who home school.
  • - math resource site for homeschooling parents and teachers
  • Associate Degrees by Ashworth College - A nationally accredited distance learning institution, offering Associate Degree programs in exciting career areas. Also, Continuing education - Ashworth Collegeís continuing education program for adults and student seeking exciting careers with the flexibility of distance learning and affordable tuition.
  • Learn foreign language course - Communicate with a new world, learn foreign language.
  • - Free Math worksheets
  • - free math resource videos online
  • Homeschooling links - collection of 101 Homseschooling site links
  • - Jamie Shaw Music offers lessons for children, teens and adults in the Austin, Texas area. Lessons include piano, singing, note reading, music theory, sight singing, rhythm and ear training.
  • - sci-fi author Wendy Van Camp's webpage. Scifi haiku, flash fiction, online interviews and more!
  • The Homeschool Studentís Guide To College

Yours truly,

Sulan Dun

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