Archive for Homeschool Cinema

Free Movie Admission!!

Jun 30, 2010 No Comments by

We homeschoolers are not generally known for frequent trips to the movie theater. Most often of course it is content we are concerned about but sometimes it is merely the expense that prohibits. This summer, thanks to Regal Entertainment Group, it doesn’t have to be expense that restrains you. RGE says, “Selected G or PG [...]

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Canadian Farmboy Turns Self Into A One Man Band

Aug 28, 2009 No Comments by

This Friday’s video clip from the past is an assortment of short news-clips. My favorite? The Canadian farm boy who ingeniously turns himself into a one-man band playing the piano, violin, guitar, harmonica, bass drum, snare drum, triangle, wood blocks, cymbals, cowbells and chime – together! Inspire your musically inclined homeschooler!

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Facts On Friction

Aug 21, 2009 No Comments by

This Friday’s movie clip from the past is for your inquisitive homeschooled child. An olden day ad for Chevrolet, this clip is full of information on friction, what it does for speed and how it impacts the design of a brake pad in Chevrolet vehicles. I can already think of one homeschooled child I know [...]

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First Anniversary of the Building of the Berlin Wall

Aug 14, 2009 No Comments

In light of this week marking the 48th anniversary of the building of the Berlin Wall, it seems appropriate that this Friday’s movie clip from the past be this clip from the first anniversary of the building of the Berlin Wall. Have your homeschooled children watch this historical clip!

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The Man Who Can Play A Tune On His Hands – 10/11/1933

Jul 31, 2009 No Comments

This Friday’s movie clip from the past is for all of you aspiring musicians… Could you see this making the news nowadays?

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Make Fun Picture Slide-shows For Free!

Jul 30, 2009 No Comments

Here is a cool website, Animoto, we just discovered, which enables you to make short (30 second) slide shows for free. You can also upgrade for a $30 year subscription that allows you to make longer shows. Besides just goofing around with our own family pictures since we found it, we have also used it [...]

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World’s Largest Blimp – 7/24/1958

Jul 24, 2009 No Comments

This Friday’s movie clip from the past is from Akron, Ohio the world’s largest blimp, 51 years ago today.

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Movie Review Websites

Jul 23, 2009 No Comments

If you wish to know if a movie will be appropriate for your family before you view it, then you might find one or more of these websites helpful: PluggedInOnline, Kids-In-Mind, ParentPreviews, CommonSenseMedia

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