Making your own Rock Tumbler.
Christmas, wisemen, DVD.
Working on financial freedom. My idea is to teach Justin what I do. 10 percent right off the top. 1-2 percent just for saving for NEVER touching unless really need to. 10 percent for just saving for whatever. and the rest for spending as desired.
Record keeping for homeschooling.
Might want to think on this a wee bit.
rhymes for doing math.
Things to consider when homeschooling. and knowing it’s okay to have to process it all.
questions to consider if you are doing okay homeschooling.
Evaluating your homeschool program.
English type stuff.. reading and comprehension. What to consider.
For archives of the Carnival of homeschooling, go here.
an article to read
Make your own Playdough!
3 C. cold water
1 1/2 C. salt
1/4 C. oil
3 C. flour
2 T. cream of tartar
1 T. vanilla
food coloring and (if you really want it to smell yummy) a couple of packets of Kool-Aid
Place liquid ingredients in a large pan. Quickly add dry ingredients. Heat on low. Stir constantly until dough pulls away from sides of pan. Cool. Add food coloring.
You’re good to go! Store in a tightly sealed container or baggie.
check out the links (geography) on this page soonest.
Science kit is a place online to get science equipment.
Can also check out places such as Scholars Choice, Discovery Toys, teacher supply stores, or GeoSafari. Depends on the age of child and items required.
This is a recommended book for homeschoolers that talks about economics.
Whatever Happened to Penny Candy? A Fast, Clear, and Fun Explanation of the Economics You Need For Success in Your Career, Business, and Investments