Posted on Sep 9 2012 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: 11 Simple Theological Terms We All Need to Know
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: $5 Dinners
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Indoor Camping Trip
3.4 Science: Hurricane Central
3.5 Homeschooling: Classical Curriculum List
3.6 Sewing: Sewing Simple Rainbows
3.7 Geography: Israeli Culture for Kids
3.8 Reference: “Short List of Books We Could Not Do Without”
3.9 First Aid: Online First Aid and Online CPR Certification
3.10 Logic: Free Online Christian Logic Course
Dr. Christopher Cone of Tyndale Theological Seminary has written this article with the layman in mind. He gives brief, easy-to-understand definitions and related Scriptures for bibliology, theology proper, Christology, and eight more key terms. The article is suitable for use with high school and above.
This popular website features inexpensive–and in this case, cook and freeze ahead–meals for a family dinner. Back to school times can be hectic; it could be a good time to make some dinners ahead and be ready for a no-time-to-cook evening.
Read about and see lots of photographic evidence of the joy some little boys experienced on an indoor camping “trip.” It’s how to go camping–and take the high chair!
Hurricane Central, from the Weather Channel, can help your family track the storms and learn lots about them. See all the little features labeled around the page in small print, such as a storm encyclopedia, weather glossary, and preparedness information.
This suggested curriculum list for a classical style education could be useful to many, whether or not you are using the classical method.
This simple embroidery or basic sewing introduction is suitable for kindergarteners and up. To go along with the sewing project, review the biblical account of Noah and the Ark and remember that the rainbow is a constant reminder that God always keeps His promises!
This brief, one-page summary of Israeli culture is a starting point to introduce younger children to another country’s food, clothes, customs, and more. It is a brief overview with generalizations and is incomplete, but for young ones, it may suffice–and spark an interest in further exploration and study!
While many other book lists suggest curriculum or books for different ages to read, Trivium Pursuit offers a list of reference books they consider essential. Note the comments below the original blog post to see what other homeschoolers might add.
This website offers certificates in both CPR and first aid after completion of online courses. Fees are modest if you wish a certificate, but the courses themselves are free. If you need certification, please ensure the institution with which you are dealing accepts online certificates; however, the education could help anyone become competent in this critical area.
Biblical Reasoning; A Complete Course in Christian Logic was compiled by Scott David Rocca of CrownofChrist.net. There are 12 complete lessons, along with tests, plus an incomplete 13th lesson which ends saying the project is under construction. It remains a worthwhile introduction to the subject, probably suitable for high school and above. Parents without a background in logic would find it well worth their time.