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    Interlibrary loan and Librivox.
    We took the summer off as I couldnít get anything started w/o a regular routine in place. Doing 3rd grade now and so far so good.

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    Free Printable Worksheets for Preschool - Sixth Grade in Math, English, and morehas a lot of free worksheets for elementary age kids, no extra clicking around needed.

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    The library!
    Beth
    DS16 with ASD, DD12 and DS10

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    I work as an ed consultant and a tutor. The best free resource in my opinion is Wikipedia. It is easy to access, has a number of good citations and references, and most entries are in-depth and neutral. Moreover, I expect my students to follow in-text hyperlinked references on Wiki to check if an entry actually accurately represents material from the source. This has been a very fruitful method for me.
    Other than that, I sometimes use Bartleby, as the site features critical explanations of questions found in most textbooks prescribed in Europe and North America. It's not a free resource, but it is worth a mention in my opinion, especially the resource's "textbook solutions" section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawaiiGeek View Post
    The library!
    Well said!

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