This Friday’s movie clip from the past is for all of you aspiring musicians… Could you see this making the news nowadays?
While I have to reject the author’s conclusion as to why this approach works, I found it helpful to know that wallets which include a picture of a baby have an 88 percent chance of being returned. This is a higher rate then when they have a picture of a puppy, family, elderly couple, charity […]
All you long-time homeschoolers will likely recognize the name Christopher J. Klicka, Esq., but if you have just recently joined the ranks of homeschooling, you may not be familiar with Chris and his years of legal defense and support in the homeschooling community. Chris has intervened on behalf of thousands of homeschooling families since 1985 […]
Oh no!! This is what some days make me fear!!
This Friday’s movie clip from the past is from Akron, Ohio the world’s largest blimp, 51 years ago today.
I know I was unaware of a National Bible Bee, until the author of Balancing The Sword, Allen Wolfe, informed us about its existence, with 17,244 already enrolled! Put together with the goal of saturating families with the most important knowledge ever – God’s Word. The goal of the Bible Bee is not to coerce […]
Here is a great slow-motion video clip showing a raindrop beginning as a large drop and breaking into smaller drops. A bit of explanation is also included.
Our family has long embraced keeping Sunday as a separate and holy day, so when we saw this article titled, “France set to relax Sunday shopping ban,” it quickly captured our attention. Wouldn’t it be amazing to live in a country where Sunday is regarded as a day set apart from our weekly labors? Regrettably […]
If your homeschooled children have not yet watched a documentary on Apollo 11, today would be a very appropriate day to do so! Or, if you have watched a full documentary but it has been some time, here are some short video clips to recap the highlights of Apollo 11. Maybe I am alone, but […]
Do your homeschooled children know about the latest addition to the periodic table? Have they heard its proposed name? Read BBC’s news article here to find out why the name “Copernicium” was chosen, and read here for more details about Copernicium.