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Nature's Path Organic Foods is voluntarily recalling specific batches of its Organic Pumpkin Spice Waffles and Organic Dark Chocolate Chip Waffles because they may contain trace amounts of undeclared peanuts. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts run the risk of serious or life
Zoe Settle, Age Now: 17, Missing: 12/29/2023. Missing From VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Virginia Beach Police Department (Virginia) 1-757-385-5000.
Mykol Glover, Age Now: 16, Missing: 10/14/2023. Missing From ERIE, PA. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Erie Police Department (Pennsylvania) 1-814-870-1125.
Introducing the Erin Condren Teacher Lesson Planner! The ultimate organization tool for homeschooling parents, teachers, and tutors just got better. New 2020-2021 Teacher Lesson Planner is now available in a 3-ring binder! You can add, rearrange, and organize your lesson … [continue reading] The post Erin Condren Teacher Planner 2020-2021 appeared first on Homeschooling on a Shoestring.
Every student is different, including their learning capabilities. Some students can understand their lesson quickly, while some students need extra guidance to study effectively.
Jamar Richardson, Age Now: 8, Missing: 12/14/2023. Missing From LAS VEGAS, NV. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (Nevada) 1-702-828-3111.
Well, certain Christians, anyway: Lyndsay Moseley was no longer inspired by the evangelical Christian faith of her youth. As an environmental activist, she believed that it offered little spiritual support for her work and was overly focused on opposing abortion and gay marriage. … and, you know, sin and all that stuff. Then the 27-year-old District resident discovered [...]
Get kids on board for New Year's Eve with these great goodie bags.
Patsy and Doug Arnold, founders of Texas Special Kids, discuss how to bring your special needs children home, the challenges of homeschooling a special needs child and the rewards and resources available to help parents.
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Corn husk dolls are one of the earliest known play items in the Americas. Native American children played with them long before the first pilgrims arrived on these shores. When early American colonists settled here, the Native Americans helped them survive by introducing them to corn and its many uses.� Among these uses, colonial children...
A new film, “The Shift,” is an entertaining, thoughtful, and cinematically competent retelling of Job.
Thank you, faithful readers, for patiently waiting with us for our new website.  Bad news, it’s still not ready.  Good news, it is awfully close — close enough, in fact, that we can share a taste of it with you.  The temporary link is http://parentalrights.easycgi.com/.  Feel free to click on it and take a look [...]
Science Friday is a live news/talk show about science that is broadcast every Friday on National Public Radio (NPR) stations nationwide. NPR has made new video-based science lessons available to complement the show free of charge on their Web site.
Part Three of a Series by Kathy Lowers Founder of Considering Homeschooling  If I could take every conservative Christian parent to their neighborhood abortion clinic parking lot for a "field trip," I think I could convince most of them to homeschool. I would only need about an hour. Let me take you there on a Saturday morning… Dachau Concentration Camp Styled Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic in Houston, Texas First, upon arriving at the abortion clinic, you will witness a parade of cars entering the parking lot. No, they are not Christians who got out of bed to come to pray and save babies there (those are a rare sight these days). Instead, fresh faced teens peer out at you from those cars. Having stood outside abortion clinics in several states for 22 years, praying and sidewalk counseling, I can tell you it seems harder than ever for American high school teens to find a parking space at most abortion mills. Many weekends in the suburbs and in the cities, it is double parking and then some. Now try handing out literature on alternatives to abortion and information on abstinence to these teens. Some of the young people will totally ignore you, others will curse you out, a few may threaten to beat you up or worse. Within that hour of standing in front of an abortion clinic, a teen or two is bound to talk with you. Percentage-wise, they will be from a family that professes faith in Christ, and some will even tell you the name of the "saved" church they go to. You will find that Christian teens going for abortions are often the more elusive ones -- likely to tell you they know it is wrong, but they know Jesus will forgive them after they kill their baby. (Isn't Christianity great?!) You will be outraged to see many cases of obvious statutory rape -- older men who drive up in nice cars, dropping off underage girls. You might begin to realize that there are a lot of parents out there who are totally unaware their grandchildren are being torn, crushed, sucked out of the wombs of their daughters or their sons' girlfriends. How did these teens become customers of Planned Parenthood, et al? Whose children are these who are streaming so cavalierly into abortion mills throughout our country every week, as if they are streaming into a McDonald’s? If you let the government schools have your offspring, then most likely they are yours. If your children are yet young, you have more hope -- please don't let them turn out to be future abortion clinic clients. Realize the public schools and abortion clinics are symbiotic ventures -- the first one gives the sales pitch, the latter is there to cinch the deal. Government schools strip God and His values from every subject, seeding the child's heart with cynicism and nihilism -- which makes a child vulnerable to premarital sex and the temptation to abort any resulting children. Peers and teachers of unknown morals surround your children all day in a school setting. Since you only see your child at night and since they have so much homework, you only really get a few minutes with your kids before they are off to sleep. In other words, your daily influence is negligible. Once your child understands how spending time with friends is more important in the school model of teen life than spending time with family, you will rarely see them on weekends either. Where are they really going? What are they really doing? Are they being chaste or being chased? Like those parents of the teens you saw at the abortion clinic, you are out of the loop, clueless. But if you are a loving Christian parent who can provide a safe, wholesome home where a child can thrive, you should homeschool and teach them the clear message that God made people in His image and that they should have the utmost respect for the unborn. You could even bring your child out to the abortion clinic -- to pray and save babies. And you will not be one to worry whether one of your grandchildren is being done in by some abortionist on a Saturday morning. I hope you will see homeschooling as a great way to help protect the next generation from Planned Parenthood. One group that trains teens in a pro-life summer camp is called Survivors.  I participated in pro-life events with Survivors in the past, and these teens are impressive. Most seem to be from homeschooled families, which is what you would expect.
A chemist is fascinated with seeing atoms and molecules move on a computer screen and using technology to move them himself.
Dr. Fred Worth, who holds a PhD in Math, and homeschool dad, talks about the challenges and techniques in teaching math at home.
Erin Condren offers a homeschool planner that I like. The size is like their regular teacher’s planner, it is the 8.5″ x 11″. There is plenty of room to write plans and activities out. The months are undated so you … [continue reading] The post Erin Condren Homeschool Planner appeared first on Homeschooling on a Shoestring.
Chrisette Jones, Age Now: 16, Missing: 10/17/2023. Missing From Houston, TX. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Houston Police Department (Texas) 1-713-884-3131.
So far since arriving back in the US, or �the land of plenty� as Becky Ebanks, a friend on the island calls it, we�ve been visiting with family. It�s been nice to reconnect with our children and grandchildren. We�re still looking for the vehicle God has chosen for us. We�re looking for one that seats [�]The post Visiting Family in Maryland appeared first on Mom's Blog.
In this tech-savvy generation, eLearning is the next big thing, engaging learners with eBooks, tutorials, videos, and group forums. This article talks about the real potential of eLearning promoted through apps and how to make one such app targeting eager learners.
Heinen's of Warrensville Heights, OH is voluntarily recalling Heinen's Fresh Ground Cashew Butter, due to the possibility that it may contain undeclared Peanuts or Almonds. While no reports of injury have occurred, out of an abundance of caution people who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to Pe
Rich Products of Buffalo, NY is recalling 15 cases of Member's Mark Breaded Mozzarella Sticks because they may contain undeclared egg and soy. People with an allergy or severe sensitivity to egg or soy risk serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they consume these products.