Posted on Sep 8 2013 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Free Book – Israel 101 – Praying for Israel
3.2 Article: False Guilt in Limited Circumstances
3.3 Devotional Lessons for Preschoolers (and Up)
3.4 Math: WebMath
3.5 English: Grammar Monster
3.6 History: U.S. History, Constitution, and Economics Courses
3.7 Organization: Printable Kids’ Daily Routine Checklists
3.8 Cooking: “How to Peel, Cut, Core, and Dice”
Learn about the land of Israel with this free book while learning more about praying for Israel, God’s chosen people.
Satan wants to steal your joy! If he can’t keep you from becoming a Christian, he’ll settle for making you an ineffective one and make you lose your witness to the world and to your kids. Read the blogger at Living on a Dime about feeling guilty when you must economize. Don’t apologize for tightening your belt–or requiring your kids to do it–when circumstances require. Your kids will thank you one day for joining them in an after-dark (free) game of tag in the yard.
Check under “Age-Specific Faith Activities” for preschool-level ideas you can incorporate into homeschool or family devotions. By the way, school-agers, tweens, and teenaged kids have not been left out.
WebMath features help with a wide range of mathematical topics from practical everyday categories such as figuring a tip or the wind chill factor all the way to help with math from kindergarten through calculus. Among other functions of the site is a drop-down menu with huge list of math subjects. The website will answer math problems and show how the problems were solved.
The website offers English tips in categories such as punctuation, a daily grammar tip, confused words, parts of speech, and more. You can even submit a grammar question.
Register now for another free online class from Hillsdale College, “Economics 101,” which begins September 23. Hillsdale offers free, not-for-credit online courses taught by its faculty. These online versions are based upon those in the college’s undergraduate Core Curriculum, which all their students must complete prior to graduation. In addition to lectures, these online courses feature readings, study guides, quizzes, and discussion groups. There is also an opportunity to receive certificates of completion for each course. High school students and up, along with their parents, would gain a great deal from them.
Use these free printables for children’s chore or daily routine charts. Choose the boy’s or girl’s color scheme and select from the suggested tasks or insert your own.
“How To Peel, Cut, Core, and Dice: 20 Tips & Techniques for Fruit and Vegetable Prep” is chock full of just the right way to handle the produce in your life without sacrificing the quality of expensive food or your fingers!