Cool Sites – December 11, 2013

Posted on Dec 8 2013 in Cool Sites by admin

3.1 Christian Resources: Puritan Hard Drive Demonstration Version
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Thrifty Christmas Yard Décor
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Discovery Boxes
3.4 Arts and Crafts: Covered Button Bookmarks

 

3.1 Christian Resources: Puritan Hard Drive Demonstration Version

The Puritan Hard Drive (PHD), a separate hard drive you connect to your computer (Windows or Apple), is now on sale, but they offer a form of the PHD one can download free of charge. Read about their extensive material from the Reformed perspective on the website. If you do wish to own the paid product, look for the frequent sale prices (two-for-one packages to share with a pastor or a family member interested in serious biblical studies) and sales extended well past the original deadlines. Endorsements include those from Voddie Baucham and evangelist Paul Washer. Sample some resources the PHD offers via their website.

http://www.puritandownloads.com/free-puritan-hard-drive-software

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3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Thrifty Christmas Yard Décor

This is just the beginning of the ideas on a crafty website where your worst problem will be choosing what to do first. This craft uses your old plastic milk jugs to make colorful yard lights!

www.allfreechristmascrafts.com/Outdoor-Christmas-Decorations/Thrifty-Christmas-Yard-Decorations

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3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Discovery Boxes

Here are gorgeous photos with adorable babies engrossed in discovering things for themselves with items from themed Discovery Boxes. Some themes are magnetism, ramps and chutes, and tubes and beans–there are lots more! Just click on the picture’s title to go to the page that tells all about it.

http://theimaginationtree.com/2013/08/15-discovery-box-activities-for-preschoolers.html

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3.4 Arts and Crafts: Covered Button Bookmarks

Save a snippet of a child’s dress or other special fabric–or just a handy scrap–in this extra-quick-and-easy, covered-button bookmark to keep or to give as a gift.

www.skiptomylou.org/2013/12/03/covered-button-bookmarks

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