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Site provides resources, upcoming events, workshops, help getting started, and Colorado law details..
Network of independent homeschooling families in North Carolina. News, member benefits, related links and resources, and upcoming events.
Thi site holds information about a concert band program organized for homeschooled children. This is for students ages 9 throuh 18 in the northern Lake County Florida area interested in becoming musicians.
Resources, upcoming events, and contact information for Home Schooling in Marshall County and the surrounding area.
Offers legal information, calendar of upcoming events and listing of support group. Also markets homeschooling resources, publishes quarterly magazine and provides high school diplomas.
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Plan through the Christian Year | Homeschool Planner | January 2018 | One Thing Needful Theophany is coming soon. What is it all about? I share all about Theophany, aka Epiphany, aka the Feast of Illumination, aka the Feast of Lights. I share the Feast Day page from our Homeschool...
Draw say and learn English letters, free Online homeschool program,English part 4 Watch more videos for the educational guide, Subscribe channel for upcoming videos and visit my site for parenting and homeschooling ...
Draw and color alhabets, Free online homeschool program. English part 3 Watch more videos for the educational guide, Subscribe channel for upcoming videos and visit my site for parenting and homeschooling ...
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April is National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. The statistics are heartbreaking: One in 4 girls will be sexually abused before her eighteenth birthday. For boys, the number is 1 in 6.Sexual abuse isn't an easy conversation, but the information we have to share with parents on our broadcast “Protecting Your Child from Sexual Abuse” can help your children avoid becoming part of the disturbing statistics.An overwhelming percentage of abuse – close to 90 percent – comes from someone the child knows and trusts, like a family friend or someone from within the family itself.The post Protecting Your Child from Sexual Abuse appeared first on Jim Daly.
From growing up dirt poor to becoming reality television superstars, Phil and Kay Robertson, of A&E's Duck Dynasty, have persevered for more than fifty years together.It hasn't always been easy. Their first years together were defined by poverty and alcohol abuse so severe Miss Kay eventually kicked Phil out of the house. Phil says their transformation individually and as a couple was only made possible through repentance.“We look at the word ‘repent' as a bad thing,” Phil says.The post From Conflict and Marriage Troubles to a Duck Dynasty appeared first on Jim Daly.
The deadline is rapidly approaching to apply for one of the five week-long Summer Teacher Institutes being held at the Library of Congress between June and August this year. Educators will have until March 17 at midnight Pacific Time to apply online.Held at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., these unique professional development opportunities provide educators of all disciplines with a host of resources and strategies to successfully use primary sources with their students. Each session will focus on practical teaching strategies, with an emphasis on supporting student engagement, critical thinking, and construction of knowledge.While practicing these core strategies, attendees will also explore some of the millions of digitized historical artifacts and documents available in the Library’s collections. They will meet library experts and conduct research to identify primary sources related to their teaching, with the goal of developing an activity to use with their students in the coming school year. See what some of our previous Institute’s participants have to say about their experience!Five week-long sessions will be offered this summer:General Focus – open to K-12 educators across all content areas:June 19-23June 26-30July 10-14Science, Technology, and Engineering Focus – recommended for K-12 educators who teach science, technology, or engineering, or collaborate with those who do:July 17-21World War I Focus – recommended for K-12 educators who teach some aspect of WWI as part of their curriculum, or collaborate with those who do:July 31-August 4Institute and course materials are provided at no cost. Participants will be responsible for transportation to and from Washington, D.C., and any required overnight accommodations.Apply by March 17! Note that a letter of recommendation will be required. Learn more about the program and fill out the application here.
The film is uneven, but Joy knows just who she is.mpaa rating:PG-13 (For brief strong language.)Genre:DramaDirected By: David O. RussellRun Time: 2 hours 4 minutes Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper, Edgar RamírezTheatre Release:December 25, 2015 by Twentieth Century Fox Film CorporationThe text at the beginning of Joy, the latest film from director David O. Russell (American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook), says it is “inspired by the true stories of daring women . . . one in particular.”That “one” is Joy Mangano, played here by Jennifer Lawrence, who is always fun to watch and certainly holds the film together. The character and her story are based on Mangano’s true story of inventing the Magic Mop, hawking it on the still-new QVC, and overcoming difficulty to become a business mogul able to support other inventors and entrepreneurs.Russell makes weird and frenetic movies that aren’t to everyone’s taste. They lurch around a bit and at times seem more infatuated with style than substance or coherence. That shows up again in Joy, which is narrated by Joy’s grandmother (Diane Ladd) and includes a montage introduction and a couple early black-and-white scenes from a melodrama, shot in soap opera style. Soon we segue into a whirling-dervish madcap romp through Joy’s house, with Joy as the axis, populated by a motley crew of relatives: Joy’s two children and her grandmother Mimi; Joy's ex-husband (Edgar Ramirez), an aspiring singer who still lives in the basement long after the divorce; her mother, Terry (Virginia Madsen), who stays in bed and watches soap operas; her father Rudy (Robert De Niro, another Russell regular), who’s moving back in after his latest split—though he’ll have to share space with his ex-son-in-law, whom he sometimes-cordially hates. (Good thing he swiftly finds a new girlfriend in Trudy, played by Isabella Rossellini.) The family also includes Joy’s half-sister Peggy (Elisabeth Rohm), who ...Continue reading...
Gifting teddy bears this holiday season? Did you know that they have a close tie to Presidential history? In November 1902, then President Theodore Roosevelt refused to kill a bear while hunting, inspiring cartoonist Clifford Berryman to create a political cartoon featuring the President and a bear cub, which ran in the Washington Post. Berryman’s bears made frequent appearances in his cartoons during Roosevelt’s presidency, closely linking the image of the Teddy Bear with the President. This link initially lead people to declare the Teddy Bear a fad that would end with the Roosevelt presidency. The Teddy Bear, however, lived on, becoming a classic American toy! Read about its presidential history in #ChronAm!Click here for more information.
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