Posted on Feb 2 2014 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Free Christian Modesty Audio Series
3.2 Thrifty Ideas in Technology: Giveaway a Day
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Toddler Travel Activities
3.4 Science: Household Science
3.5 Arts and Crafts: DIY Art Frames from Magazines
3.6 History: Encyclopedia Virginia
Pastor Jeff Pollard is the speaker in this free, 12-part audio series on “Christian Modesty and the Public Undressing of America.” The subject can be just as hard to find material on as sermons on tithing. His effort and care in study is apparent, as is his care in addressing the subject discreetly. Pastors, parents, and teachers will be challenged; the messages will help you wisely lead those for whom the Lord has made you responsible.
Lots of little apps for your mama-bear cell phone, the newest handheld device, or tablets–all free, but each one available for only one day! Mobile devices can add up in cost and memory, so it’s nice to stock up on quality software when it’s free. In this case, Giveawayoftheday.com offers a free download–one a day–period. Read the details before you jump to see what would truly be useful, but some people have done great things on free software. Keep records and make note of what you have; college students may be especially blessed with valuable software. Sign up for the daily e-mail or remember to visit the website.
When your longsuffering tot rides around in the car while you are dropping off older siblings or going to their lessons, it can be an enjoyable time for both of you (as long as you are not distracted). Sift through the 28 choices to discover one up your alley.
A homeschooler contacted HEAV with news of a fledgling website based on simple science with household objects. There’s just a handful now, but encouragement will go a long way here.
The photo tutorial shows clearly how to complete this fun project and wind up with a very attractive frame. Wouldn’t it be fun to have a picture frame for a homeschool picture day?
The Encyclopedia Virginia (EV), an online academic collection of all things Virginian, is an incredible resource produced by Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. In the opening paragraph of their “About” page they say,
“EV publishes topical and biographical entries written by scholars, edited to be accessible to a general audience, and vigorously fact checked. Entries are accompanied by primary documents and media objects, including images, audio and visual clips, and links to Google Street View tours of historic sites.”
During February (Black History Month) try looking up “Ft. Monroe during the Civil War” (it’s very easy to do via their alphabetic index).