3.1 Christian Resources: Jesus Film Project and Behind the Easter Story
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Article – “Tips to Help Save on Gas”
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Virtual Zoos
3.4 Science: Supercharged Science Freebies
3.5 Homeschool Newsletter Freebies: April Edition of “Knowledge House”
3.6 English: Type Phonetic Symbols for English
3.7 Foreign Language: Type Phonetic Symbols for All Languages
Watch the entire “Jesus” Film (two hours) or the shorter “The Story of Jesus for Children,”– both free online. Your family may also enjoy “Behind the Easter Story,” a walk through Jerusalem and environs via a limestone model and actual on-scene footage from the Holy Land. This production is presented in two 26-minute segments.
First, a look at the car, then the driver: check tire inflation, dispense with unneeded vehicle weight, and plan errands. Next, keep the gas tank at least half full of fuel at all times. Then, alter your driving style to minimize braking, avoid the left lane–and keep your speed down. See the article’s full edition for a discussion of air conditioning vs. open windows. Consider gas reward credit cards, but read the rules carefully and always pay the full balance if you choose that route (sorry about the pun). Also, read the article for details on how much shopping around makes sense. Lastly, check fuel price websites such as AAA’s. Some sites, such as Gas Buddy’s, have phone apps too.
All ages will enjoy visits to these virtual zoos when you just can’t get to one in person. There are nine from which to choose!
To get a free science experiment activity book, along with weekly science experiments emailed to you (all for free), simply visit:
Get links to a free 50-page e-book of Edgar Guest poetry, a great quote of the month, free household notebook pages to print, and much more.
The website says, “This page allows you to easily type phonetic transcriptions of English words in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). You can edit your text in the box and then copy it to your document, e-mail message, etc.”
The website says, “This page allows you to easily type phonetic transcriptions in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). You can edit your text in the box and then copy it to your document, e-mail message, etc.”