Water & Weather: From the Flood to Forecasts By Tom De Rosa and Carolyn Reeves Water and Weather is a concise thematic unit study supporting a biblical perspective. Tom De Rosa, a creationist and experienced science educator, along with Carolyn Reeves, also a science teacher with a doctorate in science education who is currently writingContinue reading “Book Review: Water and Weather”
By Dr. Purdom A book for all ages, I found this book to be very pleasing. All the pages were thoroughly yet succinctly written by many special contributors. Great names like John C. Whitmore, Todd Charles Wood, Nathaniel Jeanson and many more used profound expertise to share their information in a way that readers may admire God’s creation.Continue reading “Book Review: Galápagos Islands”
Reader View: There’s something missing in our classrooms – The Santa Fe New Mexican: My View.
By Gary Chapman and Rick Osborne Illustrated by Wilson Williams Jr. Well this book just jumped right into it. At first glance, it seems too long to tell this story to a child in one sitting. I was expecting some kind of parental page of instructions in the front that would explain how toContinue reading “Book Review: A Perfect Pet for Peyton”
Students Creating Our First Art Project! See instructions below! Supplies: a canvas (we started with 8×10) hot glue gun glue stick hair dryer crayons (broken or whole) surface protection like newspaper or plastic (shower curtains are great for covering surfaces then washing off and reusing later) Step 1: Pick out the colors you want toContinue reading “Crayon Art On Canvas!”
My personal experience with homeschooling has been ongoing. I have learned that though they may be broken down further there are three basic learning styles: visual learners- learn through seeing auditory learners- learn through hearing kinesthetic learners-learn through touching, moving, or doing At first, I was homeschooling my oldest two children until about the ageContinue reading “Learning Styles”