What Can You Do With Oballs? – Timberdoodle’s Homeschool Vodcast #0029

If you’re looking for a ball for your little person, you’ve probably seen Oballs. With their characteristic loophole appearance you may have wondered what the point is. Not only do the loops make it easier for babies/toddlers to grip and catch, but you can also use them for such wonderful things as blowing bubbles! Flexible, dishwasher safe, rugged, safe and long-lasting, we are sure you’ll be delighted with Rhino Oballs! Available at excellent prices here at Timberdoodle!

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Perfect Homeschooling?

Do you think that you’re the only one that doesn’t have a “perfect homeschool?” Are you embarrassed by what you or your children HAVEN’T learned? When I read this post from Renee last week, her perspective was refreshingly honest. Take heart homeschoolers no one is perfect, that’s why we need a Savior! Don’t sweat the small things, your children’s hearts are what is most important! Enjoy your time with your kids, focus on the eternal!! Read Baker’s Dozen – Plan B here

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Sonic Booms Explained

Tuesday we discovered that we really didn’t understand what “breaking the sound barrier” practically means. When two F-15 fighter jets broke the sound barrier (responding to an attempted intercept of an aircraft which had invaded the Temporary Flight Restriction area imposed for President Obama’s visit to Seattle) and triggered sonic booms which were heard throughout the Puget Sound region, we realized that while everyone was talking about the event no one could explain it. If you also find yourself struggling to explain the concept to your homeschoolers, than you will probably be just as grateful as we are for this […]

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Giving Up Christianity or Christ?

Real article. Real perspective. Real beliefs. Real person. Can your homeschoolers spot the fallacy in this writer’s article? Are your children prepared to defend the faith? “Today, I quit being a Christian.” With those words last week on Facebook, Anne Rice delivered a wake-up call for organized religion. The question is whether it will be recognized as such. “I remain committed to Christ as always,” she wrote, “but not to being ‘Christian’ or to being part of Christianity. It’s simply impossible for me to ‘belong’ to this…” Continue reading here.

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