Posted on Mar 17 2013 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Apologetics – Christian Answers
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Homemade Baby Gift: A Hankie Baby Bonnet
3.3 Toddlers and Preschoolers: Blog Post – “Playing with Your 21-Month Old”
3.4 Logic: The Fallacy Detective News Archives
3.5 Gardening and Farming: 30 Free Resources
3.6 English: A Recommended Reading List
3.7 Homeschool: Freebie of the Day
3.8 Family Finances – Free Financial Freedom E-book and Phone Consultation
3.9 Government and Economics: Frederic Bastiat’s The Law Online
At this time of year, near Resurrection Sunday, the topics of Jesus’ life, miracles, death on the cross, and resurrection often come up. Christian Answers takes on these and other questions in sections for adults and children. You might start with the resurrection and discuss how to answer challenges or questions with your older children, then glance at the main page with its changing list of monthly questions.
This sewing tutorial shows how to turn a gorgeous hankie from an estate sale, yard sale, or Grandma’s attic into a beautiful baby gift for as little as $.25–if you are able to discover a bargain. Create a future heirloom as well as a cherished gift. Crafters may find a hobby or business opportunity.
Wondering what to do with your toddler? See this post for photos–with captions!– illustrating some straightforward ideas of activities to do with your little one. See links at the end of the post about activities suggested for toddlers ages 13 months to two years.
Brothers Nathaniel and Hans Bluedorn, whose family is behind the Trivium Pursuit website, generate super, free resources to help parents teach logic. Check out the huge list of archived material for its potential as an informal introduction to logic.
This list of links includes topics on gardening, plants, farming, and agriculture. There are links to many worthwhile resources including unit studies on botany, seeds, and developing Christian character through gardening.
This list comes from the Amy Foundation, a Christian organization whose purpose is to promote good writing that will have a positive influence on society. They say to “get started with a good story” (good reading is an essential foundation for good writing). There are other recommended reading lists and resource links at the bottom of the page. Some titles may not be suitable for your family.
Do you know about the “Homeschool Freebie of the Day”? Sign up for a weekly e-mail reminder to get a heads up on the featured websites coming up that week, along with a bonus site–but check daily as links expire daily!
Focus on the Family is among those sponsoring a free e-book and phone consultation to help you on your way to financial fitness. Talk to someone who understands and can help you with a free debt analysis and financial fitness book based on biblical principles.
The Foundation for Economic Education provides the translation in modern English and the Constitution Society offers space on their website to showcase this critical work. Take advantage of the free read and familiarize yourself with this classic of economic and political freedom.