Category Archives: History

The Great Sunflower Project

I had signed up for this project back in April, and thought I’d missed the chance to participate this year, but my seeds arrived today! Enclosed were some instructions and a data sheet to keep up with how many bees … Continue reading

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Goin' on a Treasure Hunt…

Tee Hee (Dora the Explorer is stuck in my head, sorry!) 😉 Anyway, that was my way to say we’re studying the United States!? These last few weeks of school will be an abbreviated version.? Just enough to whet the … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for Next Year…

Well, it’s spring, and aside from thinking about gardens, birds, bugs, and warm weather, my thoughts start turning to preparing for the next school year. So far, I have my DS’ Classic Literature: Death on the Nile – Agatha Christie … Continue reading

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History of the World – in Scripture!

All year, #1 Son has been studying World History, through the Prophecy of Daniel. A sweet sister sent us a larger than life poster of the Immense Image described in the Bible. From that, and several articles in the publications, … Continue reading

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Drip IrriTation System!

So, this week was supposed to be the “We’ve installed it, it’s going well, and our plants are in the ground” post. *Sigh* Not quite!? First off, I’ve made FOUR trips to Lowe’s, trying to get all the needed materials … Continue reading

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Revolutionary Dames!

Pardon the title.? Today, we read a book of that title.? It tells about the role of women during the American Revolution.? It was quite interesting, and we all learned something (The teen, too!) We are cooking our Revolutionary/Colonial style … Continue reading

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