Posted on Jan 26 2014 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Bible Hub
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Dollar Store Crafts
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Valentine’s Day Scavenger Hunt with Numbers
3.4 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM): Web Design
3.5 Homeschooling: Top 10 Homeschool Blogs in Each Category
Visit this website to see some basic tools for Bible study. Try looking up the Bible verse in this Update. You will note parallel verses (the same verse but in different versions for comparison), context (to see the verses before and after the one being examined), cross references (similar verse for comparison), and parallel commentaries (various commentary excerpts to explain and compare the verse under study).
Next to recycled crafts, ones from dollar-type stores may be the least expensive. Here is a website devoted to just such crafts.
What kid (or fun-loving adult) doesn’t enjoy good old-fashioned scavenger hunts? Hunts help reinforce skills in a fun “what’s next?” game, teach following directions, demonstrate the importance of preparation, and give multiple children an opportunity to learn good sportsmanship. Here’s a game that builds number skills with a Valentine’s theme.
High school business courses that used to focus on “business machines” may now focus on how to design a basic website; pages, ads, or virtual storefronts on eBay or other online sales sites. A well-honed resume online may feature prominently in a student’s future. Web resources abound for all of these teaching aids from videos on YouTube to other instruction, a couple of which are listed here.
Since the voting for top blogs of 2013 is in, take a look at the HSBA Blog for the lists of the top 10 blogs in each category.