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Learn how this American style of dancing has its roots all the way back to Rome.
Easy-to-use, complete phonics program and primer enables parents to teach their beginning readers at home.
A scrapbook of illustrated examples of things that are hard to use with suggestions on how to improve them.
Connecticut's adventure in art and science. Planetarium shows daily, the challenger learning center, hands-on science and art exhibits, and school programs.
Learn about bridges, domes, skyscrapers, dams and tunnels. Find out the facts about large structures around the world and how they are built.
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JHBonus: How to Overcome a Bad Homeschool Day I remember years ago when we had the WORST first day of school ever. Since then bad days have come and gone, but how we overcome them have remained ...
Organizing the Homeschool Year Let's chat about Homeschool Organization. In this video I'll show you how I organized my 1st graders school year from the annual perspective to the daily work.
AHD 007: Does Your Homeschool Feel More Like Herding Cats Than Teaching Children? Some days I think I have cats instead of children. Have you felt the same as this reader? "I have no idea how to keep three children on track when one asks a ...
Homeschool: Week 1 Update 2018-2019 Here's how week 1 went. :) First day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOj_cROYeYk&t=2s First grade curriculum: ...
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The Library of Congress showcased a display of Colombian treasures from our vast Latin American collections, including the papers Simn Bolivar and Francisco de Paula Santander, rare literary audio recordings of Colombian writers and poets, and unique prints and photographs.Click here to watch the video.
Sarah Jones discussed two of NASA's newest missions, GOLD (Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk) and ICON (Ionospheric Connections Explorer), which will determine how weather shapes the Earth's interface to space.Click here to watch the video.
From daguerreotype plates to silver gelatin papers, 19th-century manufacturers supplied photographers with materials to produce photographic images. But because so few of these papers are identifiable, the history of these manufacturers and their materials are untraceable and virtually unknown. Within the Library of Congress' vast holdings of photographic technology manuals, original 19th-century samples of identified photographic papers survive. Senior Photographic Conservator Adrienne Lundgren discusses this project and how a rich history documenting the first century of photography reveals new lines of inquiry for photographic history scholars.Click here to watch the video.
Do you view God as distant, unhappy, or angry? Do you wonder if He cares about your happiness?Some in the Christian community consider happiness an ungodly pursuit, one for the spiritually immature. They say that God calls us to joy, while happiness is what the world offers.If that's how you've been taught, you may be surprised by what our broadcast guest Lisa Harper has to share – that God is happy and that happiness is a gift from Him that we should actively pursue.The post Does God Care if You're Happy? appeared first on Jim Daly.
Want to see the best meteor shower of the year? It’s coming up in a few days! Whether you and your children enjoy viewing the beautiful night sky or whether you’re studying astronomy this year, you won’t want to miss the Perseid meteor shower that’s happening soon! When to View You can see the Perseid […]The post Perseid Meteor Shower in Mid August appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
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