Posted on Mar 10 2014 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Apologetics – “Got Questions?”
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Five Thrifty Gardening Ideas
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: National Water Day – March 22
3.4 Creation Science: Kids Free at the Creation Museum in 2014
3.5 Technology: 25 Scariest Things You Didn’t Know About Using Public Wi-Fi
3.6 English: iPad Apps for Struggling or Beginning Readers
3.7 Geography and Cooking: Recipes from 50 States
3.8 Homeschooling: Freebie of the Day
The popular website, “Got Questions?” has prepared 3,800 answers to FAQs about the Bible and Christianity. As we approach the time when we celebrate the Resurrection and as several Bible-related movies hit the market, many of our neighbors, family, and friends will be reminded of the eternal questions of life.
Make quick propagators from the clear plastic containers fruit comes in at the store, make seedling pots out of a few different materials–yes, the inevitable TP rolls come into play–and make a container garden or two. See loads of crafts ideas on this color-rich site.
This little activity (short enough for the wiggliest little ones) needs only water, cotton balls, and pie pans. Since you now know “Water Day” is ahead of us, you have time to search for other “preschool water cycle activities” or library books. And maybe the weather will have warmed enough to do some of this outside!
Children ages 12 and under will be admitted free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult. See the other conditions that apply on the Creation Museum website. If your travels take you anywhere close to Petersburg, Kentucky (near Cincinnati) do consider this a spot not to miss.
Did you know that “by using a free, downloadable app on their mobile phone, a hacker on the same wi-fi network as you are could log into your personal accounts”…including e-mail and Facebook?
Free and commercial apps are available to help your student read, write, spell, and even record drawings. Some apps are aimed at the youngest pre-reader, others may even streamline some processes online for you!
Enjoy a sampling of recipes from this yummy list that represents all 50 states. Whatever state you are studying or visiting will be all the more fun.
Do you know about the “Homeschool Freebie of the Day”? Sign up for a weekly e-mail reminder to get a heads up on the featured websites coming up that week, along with a bonus site, but check daily as links usually expire daily! You’ll get links to videos, books, and stories online; downloadable maps, puzzles, and coloring; handicrafts and DIY projects; and vintage material of all sorts. Enjoy!