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Describes the research at Cornell University to study the problems of clothing design and fit. Includes information on the history of customized clothing.
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Homeschooling Book Fairs and/or Conventions can be quite large and overwhelming, especially to a first time homeschooler. Many people go with the intention ...
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Homeschool Organization: My Planner! Today I'm sharing the planner I use, as well as how I go about planning our homeschool year and daily flow. Planner Download: ...
Homeschool Curriculum Flip Through| Let’s Take A Look! | Saxon Math 7/6 saxonmath #homeschoolcurriclumflipthrough #homeschoolmath Here is another Let's take a look. This is Saxon Math 7/6. Saxon is one curriculum I am excited ...
How to Fill Out the DECLARATION OF INTENT Form | Georgia Homeschool Requirements Step by Step instructions for filling out Georgia's Homeschool Declaration of Intent form. We will walk through the form together! I'm also giving a brief overview of ...
How to write a vision | Homeschool Planning Part 1 #shorts Your homeschool vision, mission statement, your “why,” a vision board, a rule of six. It doesn't matter how you make it or what you call it, basically it is the feel ...
Apologia Elementary Homeschool Math Curriculum - Exploring Creation with Mathematics A review from Starts At Eight: Apologia Elementary Homeschool Math Curriculum - Exploring Creation with Mathematics is for grades 1-6 and is designed to ...
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On our Focus on the Family Broadcast “Appreciating God's Design for the Human Body,” we're exploring a familiar passage from the Old Testament. Psalm 139 expresses wonder at God's creativity: “For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother's womb. I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.”Our guest is best-selling author Philip Yancey, who shares how every aspect of the human body's design points to the glory of God our Creator.The post Appreciating God's Design for the Human Body appeared first on Jim Daly.
What's your favorite song?One reason it's probably your favorite is because you enjoy hearing the vocals of the lead singer. But more than you realize, another cast of characters is just as important as the lead: the backing singers. Their chorus of voices harmonize with the lead and give the song a beauty, richness, and texture the main vocalist could never achieve alone.What if every marriage had backing singers? Imagine a church where every follower of Jesus served as a backing singer to someone's marriage – a chorus of voices uniting to strengthen the marriages of everyone around them.The post Encouraging Marriages in Your Sphere of Influence appeared first on Jim Daly.
The opening ceremonies for the 2021 Summer Olympics are today in Tokyo, Japan.The Olympics is one of the greatest displays of skill, physical ability, and dedication in all the world. Not only are the athletes performing on a world stage, but they're competing at such a high level and under such intense pressure (decades of hard work and training often boil down to a single performance) that we often never consider the very real limitations each athlete must face and overcome.The post Overcoming Adversity Through Faith and Sports appeared first on Jim Daly.
The Library of Congress announced today that U.S. congressional records dating back to the days of printing presses and the telegraph are now easily accessible on mobile devices. With this latest update of Congress.gov — the official website for U.S. federal legislative information — the Library has transitioned over 33,000 bills and resolutions crafted by Congress between 1799 and 1873 (the 6th to 42nd U.S. Congresses) to a modern, user-friendly web format.The Library’s “A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation” collection has been a premier source of historic legal documents since it was first published online in 1998, serving as an access point to the lawmaking of early America.Click here for more information.
The Library of Congress is offering a new series of grants to individuals and organizations working to document cultures and traditions of Black, Indigenous, and communities of color traditionally underrepresented in the United States. The Community Collections grants from the Library’s American Folklife Center will enable many to document their cultural life and experiences from their own perspectives, while enriching the Library’s holdings with diverse materials featuring creativity and knowledge found at the local level. The funding opportunities were announced today and are open for applications through Sept. 7.Click here for more information.
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