Posted on Jan 12 2014 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Tracts for Mobile Devices
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Selling Your Old Cell Phone
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Helping Picky Eaters
3.4 Arts and Crafts–and Lots More: Crafts for Bible Lessons
3.5 History: Civil War Learning While Playing
3.6 Homeschooling: Article – Character Qualities Not Measured by Tests
Living Waters evangelist and author Ray Comfort showcases this app in a YouTube video.
Did you get a new cell phone for Christmas? Here is an article from CNET with tips on selling your old mobile devices.
Thanks to Joyce Herzog, a gem of the homeschool movement, who suggested this link to help parents deal with overly picky eaters. It is said to be a gradual, easy program and the website has a newsletter you may subscribe to if you like.
Find arts and crafts to accompany Bible lessons.
Play games online (like a form of the old memory game) or try a project (make a drum). There are more to check out at the website from the Museum of the Confederacy.
Lee Binz, the Home Scholar, reminds us that schooling is about more than just academics. Read her short article to brush up on the character qualities we want to teach our kids. Are yours learning them? Congratulations to parents and kids alike! Any lacking? The new year is a great time for new efforts.