3.1 Christian Resources: The Hymns of Praise Library
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Frugal Baby Gifts
3.3 Preschool and Kindergarten: Interactive Pattern Recognition Game
3.4 Science: Meteor Showers – July and August
3.5 Organizing: Eight Weeks to a Less Cluttered Home
3.6 Fun: 20 Fun Things to Do During a Homeschooling Summer
3.7 History: U.S. History in Color Photographs
3.8 Gardening: Free Fall Garden Planner
The Hymns of Praise Library is a YouTube channel with a handful of traditional hymns. Some have lyrics printed as the hymn is played, some have singing, while some are instrumental only. It could be useful this summer to memorize basic well known hymns.
These frugal baby gifts are very practical; make many of them at home (you can even get the kids involved by helping! There is even a video tutorial for a diaper cake (make it more frugal by enlisting the new mom’s other friends to contribute). There are numerous ideas, various cost levels, and many you can set aside to plan way ahead.
“Paul Pattern” is an interactive game to help teach kids to recognize a pattern. If you do not care for the audio, just mute it on your keyboard or turn down your computer speaker’s volume. It is probably most appropriate for four-year-olds and older.
View the Delta Aquarids on July 28 and 29, 2012. Although this shower does show up more in the Southern Hemisphere, there will be definite sightings in the Northern part of the globe.
View the Perseids on August 12 and 13 in the morning hours after midnight. Please do check out information on both websites for important details. Astronomy can be an enjoyable lifelong hobby that enhances our appreciation of God our Creator!
Between now and the really-into-it start of the next homeschool year, you can make everyone’s lives easier to manage with less clutter. Would you like help breaking the task down into do-able bites? Read this article and see if it helps.
Pick and choose what works for you! Some are as simple as making your own freezer popsicles, while others involve more time or travel, such as going to a family-friendly festival.
Kids can sometimes forget color existed before color photos or movies—and they forget people didn’t always have brand new everything either! This is a fascinating, fun, and absolutely painless way to add history knowledge that may even launch inquiries leading to more learning. Note: Parents may want to preview the photographs to ensure suitability for your family.
Never mind the date–just cross it out and enjoy this printable freebie along with the tutorials. Start planning. You know how time can get away from you!