Posted on Mar 16 2014 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Sermon Audios
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Search Feature Helps Use Leftovers
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Four Ways to Teach Your Children Money Management
3.4 Parenting and Homemaking: Free Chore Charts
3.5 History and Economics: Liberty Guide
3.6 Personal Finances: Taxes – Article “Tax Help for Students”
Hear (and see) live-streamed church services; hear and see messages from classes, debates, broadcasts, sermons, and other sources. Search for messages by topic, Bible passage, or by speaker. The link provided is to the beginning page for HEAV keynote speaker, Pastor Baucham.
The Big Oven website allows you to use up leftovers instead of having them becoming projects worthy of a Hazmat suit clean up. Enter the three ingredients you’d like to use up and it will suggest recipes to help you use them! Who knows, you may discover a new family favorite.
Beginning when their children were toddlers, this family set about to pay off debts and teach wise money management. Read the short descriptions that explain her four simple points, such as, “Teach that money comes from effort,” and, “Teach the fun in frugality.”
Find a wide variety of chore charts for children of all ages. Charts for the youngest use pictures to illustrate tasks while the “Household Chore Chart” can even help keep Mom organized.
The “Resources” section has biographical sketches with links to more; videos, articles, and links to like-minded websites.
Aimed largely at college students who may be filing for the first time, the article covers the basics. It could be used to teach tax filing to high schoolers as well.