I just received a TON of stuff I ordered from the NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) and when I say a ton, it was a big box delivered by Fed-Ex. I received all of the DVDs, CD-ROMs, posters, kits; everything I asked for. If you’re wanting to teach about the effects of drugs on the body, you need to visit https://backtoschool.iqsolutions.com/BacktoschoolOrder/orderform1.asp and order the free materials.
This is one of the best freebies EVAH! YAY!
offered by Society for Quality Education. The program they offer is very comprehensive and uses systematic phonics to teach reading. A placement test is available to determine your child’s approximate reading level. Best of all, it’s a really good free program. We’ve used it and have enjoyed it, especially the bingo game. It’s free so what do you really have to lose?
Check it out for yourself at http://www.societyforqualityeducation.org/stairway2.html
From the site:
Farmers has joined with The Association for the Study of African American Life and History to create a documentary film, Freedom’s Song: 100 Years of African-American Struggle and Triumph, that highlights significant milestones in the history of the African-American experience during the past century. It includes living testimonials designed to put a personal face on the actual historical events featured in the film.
The Freedom’s Song package is free to educators and includes a DVD copy of the film, engaging and thought-provoking lesson plans and an interactive web site that will be continually updated with audio and video content.
You can order the materials directly by visiting www.freedomssong.net