Posted on Jan 6 2013 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Scripture Memory Plan
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Save on Groceries When You’re Sick
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: The Kids’ Chalkboard
3.4 Science: Snow Science
3.5 Organizing: Online Timers to Help Manage Time
3.6 Arts and Crafts: Making Books
3.7 English: World Wide Words
3.8 Lapbooking: Winter Studies and Lapbooks
3.9 Technology: Kim Komando Video – “How to Remove a Computer Virus”
3.10 Character Study: Free Book of Virtues Curriculum
Prepare for a new year with a serious Scripture memory plan. One is available free of charge at Fighter Verses (as in 1 Timothy 6:12 “Fight the good fight of the faith…”). Do an Internet search for other suggestions of Bible verses to memorize, along with methods for memorization.
In this blog post, “Living on a Dime” site owner, Tawra Kellam–who has health issues–passes on a number of useful tips for feeding a busy family even when you don’t feel like cooking.
The Kids’ Chalkboard has many art project ideas, ABC and number activities, craft recipes, and loads of other educational and fun activities for preschoolers. There is also a helpful list of what to expect from a child of preschool age along with one state’s list of skills kindergarten children should learn. Remember, you know your child best and each child develops on a unique timetable.
See photos, movies, physics info, and more–all about snowflakes.
Choose from ten different types of timers, ranging from a “Do-nothing-for-two-minutes” break (great for prayer, too) to a traditional chess clock. Check out the others and see if any can help you manage your day. By the way, one helps limit Internet time!
Dan Frenette, an art teacher, has made three YouTube videos detailing how to make books. If you wish, you can subscribe and share them with friends or on Facebook.
Your editor is a logophile and has enjoyed this site’s free, weekly newsletter for years. The site’s British owner describes the site this way:
“The English language is forever changing. New words appear; old ones fall out of use or change their meanings. World Wide Words tries to record at least some part of this shifting wordscape by featuring new words, word histories, the background to words in the news, and the curiosities of native English speech.
Choose from numerous resources related to winter. See recommended books, lapbook and booklet ideas and examples, activities and puzzles, and a good teaching video on lapbooks. If you have ever wanted to try lapbooks, this page can help you experiment with them.
Radio computer expert, Kim Komando offers advice in a video titled, “How to remove a computer virus.”
A homeschool mom prepared a huge set of workbook studies to go along with William J. Bennet’s The Book of Virtues. She offers it free of charge as a download.