Wow! I’ve never been tagged before. In fact, I don’t think anyone ever read my blog hardly until I did the pencil challenge. I have been tagged by srostollan. I hope I can find 7 untagged people to tag So, 7 facts about me. 1.
This is a page from my daughter’s botany notebook on roots. It’s kind of hard to read because she writes in pencil, but I was really pleased with her work. By Kristen H.
We just completed our study of the Civil War. We used all the following books and websites to study the Civil War and create our lap books. Across Five Aprils This was a read-aloud. It provided a good overview of the war from a child’s
Here are our Civil War lapbook pictures. The first set is my 9-1/2 year old son’s. The second set is my 7-1/2 year old daughter. By Kristen H.
I sometimes tell people that I used to be smart. I guess that deep down I still consider myself fairly smart, but my opinion of myself is much less than what it once was. The Lord uses all sorts of things to humble us. I think
We have concluded our Civil War study. The kids will be assembling their lapbooks on Friday. I’ll try to post pictures soon. I have been looking at lots of other lapbooks on blogs and there are some really super ones out there. It is very
Here is my little guy singing the books of the New Testament today at lunch. The banana is his microphone. He is such a ham! Singing Son By Kristen H.
This morning I found a method to look at leaf stomata under a microscope. Here is the link to the site where I found the worksheet. Here is the procedure that we followed. 1. Paint a small area of the back of a leaf with a
Here are pictures from my 9 yo son’s and 7 yo daughter’s lapbooks. We used a couple of books from Hands of a Child’s Missionary Pack and then pulled in a few things about the Kalahari Dessert. Overall I am really pleased with them. The
We have completed our first 2 weeks of school! So far it’s really going fairly well. We are trying something a little new this year: Fun Fridays! The plan is to do most of our hands on projects on Fridays and do a minimum of