Cool Sites For Homeschoolers – August 22, 2012

Posted on Aug 19 2012 in Cool Sites by admin

3.1 Christian Resources: The Gospel According to Luke
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: “Best Way to Save Money Homeschooling”
3.3 Free Bible Coloring Pages
3.4 Pets: Foods to Avoid Feeding to Dogs and a Recipe for Safe Dog Treats

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3.1 Christian Resources: The Gospel According to Luke

The Gospel According to Luke, by the JESUS Film Project, was the original work from which the well-known “Jesus Film” was edited. The JESUS Film has been translated into more than 1,140 languages in its run of more than 30 years to date. View the Book of Luke free online, chapter by chapter, at the Blue Letter Bible website.

www.blueletterbible.org/audio_video/Jesus_Film_Project

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3.2 Thrifty Ideas: “Best Way to Save Money Homeschooling”

The Homeschool Buyers Co-op allows homeschoolers from all over to band together and get great discounts usually only available to large group buys–because when co-op members join together, that is what they become! There are also free resources you’ll see when you explore the site.

www.homeschoolbuyersco-op.org/?source=HSM-2012-08-13

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3.3  Free Bible Coloring Pages

Do you need some simple drawings that illustrate biblical events? Print these free coloring sheets that illustrate Old and New Testament happenings.

www.coloring.ws/christian.htm

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3.4 Pets: Foods to Avoid Feeding to Dogs and a Recipe for Safe Dog Treats

See a veterinarian-reviewed list of foods to avoid. Instead giving your pet store-bought treats that have recently sickened pets and undergone recalls, try this simple recipe.

Keep an eye out for sales on organ meats and buy them when they’re cheap. Boil the gizzards, hearts, livers, etc., until cooked. Cut large organ meats into chunks for easier cooking if desired. Cool the meat on a plate until it is cool enough to handle, and then dice it into bits about the size of large peas. Spread the pieces in a single layer in baking pan or on a cookie sheet and bake overnight at your oven’s lowest temperature until the meat is dry and hard. Store the treats in a sealed baggie in the freezer, then use them sparingly while training your dog or as an occasional treat.

www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=2+1659&aid=1030

[This recipe from your editor was approved by the family’s vet.]

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