Posted on Nov 2 2013 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Article – How to Do Family Worship
3.2 Thrifty Ideas and Sewing: Free E-book – Nine Ways to Transform Old T-shirts
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Pine Cone Toss
3.4 Science and FUN with Dad: Build Cool Gadgets and Watch Science Videos
3.5 Arts and Crafts: Create with Kids
3.6 Cooking: National Split Pea Soup Week – Begins November 11
3.7 English: More Than 50 Journal Jar Writing Prompts
3.8 Geography: Mission Friends Curriculum
Family worship–which can be more involved than homeschool or family devotions–may be something you practice daily, semi-weekly, or possibly only when the family is unable to attend formal services. Whether long or short, the same areas are usually covered, and often include a teaching time, worship in song, and a prayer time. Read the article to see the well-organized how-tos.
Use the ideas here to make use of old T-shirts (or free ones given out as promotional items), learn sewing skills, and perhaps make gifts.
This simple game will not only help teach counting and other math skills, it’s great for developing hand-eye coordination, motor skills, and even sportsmanship. Besides, it will help get the pesky pine cones out of the way before mowing.
SonicDadDotCom features a cool physics video on gyroscopes and videos on building (mostly ballistic) gadgets like a crossbow from Popsicle® sticks, a parachute, an indoor boomerang, and more!
Find all sorts of arts and crafts ideas on this site that is searchable by type of activity, topic, and age. Sign up for the free newsletter if you like.
Split pea soup is healthy, inexpensive, filling, and easy! How can you pass this up?
Print up these colorful paper slips with writing prompts and pop them into a Journal Jar. Add to it whenever you come across more good ideas. Rotate them with other batches of prompts to keep the ideas from getting stale. Do you let the kids assign you a writing prompt? Do they see you writing– other than a shopping list?
Here is a wonderful way to learn about others and become more aware of all God’s blessings to us. This free printable missions curriculum from the Lutherans has many applications for an elementary geography and missions exploration. Find 18 lesson pamphlets for different countries with maps, recipes, vocabulary, and more. In addition, there are bookmarks, dot-to-dot and coloring pages, “passports,” and printable copies of real country stamps from around the world. Start on the curriculum page and navigate to the other pages via the left sidebar.