Using Photography Across the Curriculum: Recommended Resources

Whether you are planning to use photography as a tool for learning across the curriculum or you simply want to

Read more

Photo Opportunity: Getting Started Using Photography Across the Curriculum

It has been said that “a picture is worth a thousand words.” In today’s digital age, an expressive picture can

Read more

Has the Hunger Games Increased Your Child’s Interest in Archery?

According to NBC, and the Archery Trade Association, interest in archery as a sport has increased, primarily among pre-teen girls. Is this

Read more

Anything That Floats Race to Star Do-it-Yourself Boat Builders

KEY LARGO, Florida Keys — Visitors to Key Largo can decide what team best builds a race boat out of household

Read more

Backyard Safari: Invasion of the caterpillars!

By Jessica Basham Spring has sprung and ’tis the season of the caterpillar. They are everywhere, crawling on outdoor walls,

Read more

Google Science Fair 2012 – Great Homeschool Event!

As homeschoolers, we have to search out and find opportunities for our children to participate in academic activities and events,

Read more

Mama, Don’t Take My Kodachrome Away

When I was 13 years old I begged my parents to buy me a 35 mm SLR camera. Back then,

Read more

Grants for Spring Gardens from Annie’s

Planning a garden with your homeschool group this spring? You might be able to score a garden grant from Annie’s,

Read more

Profiles in Courage Essay Contest Carries Forward JFK’s Values

President John F. Kennedy respected and admired acts of political courage. His book, Profiles in Courage, published in 1956, recounts the

Read more
%d bloggers like this:
WordPress Backup