Home »

Search Result

Search Results for Second


Used home school curriculum, textbooks and readers, secondhand children's stories, and Christian fiction.
Laws and legislation on home schooling from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Includes requirements and compulsory attendance statutes.
Electronic Device Stirs Unease at Book Fair ... Home schooling · University of Illinois-Chicago Archives of CAC to ReOpen · The Second Amendment ...
mall>[ Kids/Teens ] - Write the first, second or last chapter of a story that has been started and worked by other children around the world.
Although a high school diploma is almost never required for entry into post-secondary institutions according to research done by Pennsylvania State Representative Tom Armstrong and national home education researcher Carl Bunday, here is the applicable Sta
Show all results in links


Our homeschool choices for 2018 2019 for a 7th grader 6th grader and a second grader using My Fathe My Father's World homeschool choice for 2018-2019 homeschool year 7th grader 6th grader and 2nd grader.
Homeschool - The 29th Week Watch our 29th week of the 2017-18 school year in just under 10 minutes! This was April 9th to 13th. We did the second half of lessons on medieval China and Japan, China geography, electricity,...
Second day of homeschool The Yoshi's second day of homeschool the Yoshi's get in trouble.
Show all results in videos 


Staying Human: Poetry in the Age of TechnologyTracy K. Smith will report on her rural outreach efforts in her first term as U.S. Poet Laureate. Smith will also discuss the focus of her second term, read poems, and participate in a conversation with Ron Charles, editor of Washington Post’s Book World and host of the Library’s “Life of a Poet” series. Watch LIVE Thursday, April 18 at 7 p.m. ET.Click here to watch on Facebook Live.Click here to watch on YouTube (captioned).Click here for more information on the event.
The Washington Times reports that “the Japenese [sic] cherry trees which were presented to the United States by the government of Japan a year ago….are blooming here for the first time…..” This second donation of trees sent by Japan to Washington DC were initially planted in Potomac Park, which has since become a popular destination to see these beautiful blossoms! Read more about the history of the cherry trees in Washington DC here and follow us on Twitter @librarycongress #ChronAm!
Parents today face unprecedented challenges in protecting their children from the culture … and in equipping them to influence it.Consider this – every 24 hours:205 billion emails are sent4.3 billion Facebook messages are postedFour million hours of content are uploaded to YouTubeAnd every second, 60,000 tweets are posted. That's 3,600,000 tweets per minute!Tidal waves of information and ideas are sweeping over our families day in and day out. Children today have more information at their fingertips than children who lived 100 years ago had access to in a lifetime.The post Did You Know That Your Children Are Exposed to This Every 24 Hours? appeared first on Jim Daly.
Social media is abuzz today concerning HBO's John Oliver's Sunday night attack on Vice President Mike Pence and Focus on the Family. The “satirical” late-night talk show host's screed was not just vicious in tone, but also vulgar and vile in every sense of the word and way.Mr. Oliver's rant was motivated by the release of a new book by Mrs. Karen Pence and daughter, Charlotte. Entitled, “Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President,” the second family's project is centered on the Pence's pet rabbit.The post HBO's John Oliver Attacks Focus on the Family appeared first on Jim Daly.
Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden has appointed Tracy K. Smith to serve a second term as the nation’s 22nd Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry for 2018-2019. During her second year, Smith will expand her outreach efforts to rural communities and unveil a new anthology to be published in the fall.Click here for more information.
Show all results in news