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1. Creating a Theme Basket: The Swiss Family Robinson
Creating a Theme Basket: The Swiss Family Robinson
Does your child just love a great adventure story? Are you looking for a way to hook your child into summer reading? Do you have homeschool all year round? Are you running a summer school or summer reading program, and looking for the "hook" that will hook kids into reading? Or are you a teacher ...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:00:37
2. Tell the Story of Learning with an Experience Panel
Tell the Story of Learning with an Experience Panel
Experience panels -- using multiple media to share learning with the world! (c) Kim M. Bennett, 2011 ... Have you ever brought your class back from a field trip, only to find that your follow-up activities somehow fail to capture the excitement of the event? ... Are you struggling to find a gre...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:02:24
3. Making Homemade Butter (and Other Colonial Fun!)
Making Homemade Butter (and Other Colonial Fun!)
Have you ever wondered what it was like to be a Colonist at the time of the American Revolution? Would you have liked to live during the Colonial period? What did people do? What was it like to be a kid during that period? What did people wear, eat, do for fun? What was school like then? In our...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 09:54:20
4. The Five Best Shipwrecks on Film
The Five Best Shipwrecks on Film
Who doesn't love a good disaster? And there's something about the combination of stormy seas, boats and tropical islands that spells box office success. Once you get over the drama of the sinking vessel, the locale isn't too shabby. Here are five of our favorite shipwreck-themed movies from the...
Entertainment & Media - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:02:24
5. Building a Snowman, Pt 1: Snowman Observations
Building a Snowman, Pt 1: Snowman Observations
Everyone is sitting at the dinner table. In the background, the TV drones on, with the events of the day playing on the evening news. Suddenly, over the murmur of "Please pass the salt," and "You have to try a little," drifts the words, "Possible ten inches of accumulation in the overnight hours....
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 07:33:18
6. How to Teach Everything Through Nature: Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo
How to Teach Everything Through Nature: Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo
We just returned from a wonderful, peaceful day at Connecticut's Beardsley Zoo, in Bridgeport, Connecticut. A small zoo that is just right for families with little ones in tow, the Beardsley Zoo has a variety of family-oriented exhibits and activities. Check out the link, above, for the current c...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:03:31
7. Crafting With Kids: Summer Tie-Dye!
Crafting With Kids: Summer Tie-Dye!
Are you looking for a creative project for everyone in your family? Are you just dying to be an artist, but you and paintbrushes just don't see eye-to-eye? Are you mysteriously drawn to the 60's and 70's, even though you grew up in the 80's and 90's? Do you have a stockpile of Rit dye just waitin...
Arts & Design - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 07:33:19
8. Two Easy Apple Experiments
Two Easy Apple Experiments
Submitted to the Simple Science Strategies October blog carnival, 2012. Ever reach into the crisper drawer for that beautiful, red apple, then turn it over to see the bottom side all brown and mushy? Do you wonder why it can look so good on one side, and so very bad on the other? What causes tha...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:13:20
9. Aloha! Nearly Free Fun on Sunny Oahu
Aloha! Nearly Free Fun on Sunny Oahu
Oahu, Hawaii (photo credit: NASA) Hawaii is one of my all-time favorite vacation spots that I've ever visited. It is everything you imagine it to be! But the cost of a trip that far away can be intimidating. How can you create the memories of a lifetime, but still have money when you get back ho...
Travel & Places - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:20:22
10. Making Watermelon Sorbet
Making Watermelon Sorbet
In our house, we LOVE watermelon! Almost every summer gathering includes one of these tasty fellows. There is nothing like a slice of juicy watermelon to wash down all that delicious summer barbecue... Sometimes, all the guests leave, and there's still a big chunk of the emerald-and-red melon, w...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 09:51:17
11. Living Math: Beyond Math Facts
Living Math: Beyond Math Facts
When aspiring dentists go to dental school, I'm sure that one thing they talk about, really quickly, is how terrified people are of going to the dentist. I mean, not the fear of the unknown, or the fear of pain, or the fear of getting in trouble, but that deep, irrational, beyond-all-sense fear t...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:04:29
12. High-Octane Start to Your Holiday: Spicy Sausage Strata
High-Octane Start to Your Holiday: Spicy Sausage Strata
Hearty Food for Your Holiday Breakfast... This breakfast casserole has become a staple meal for holiday mornings in our house. It is easy to prepare the night before, leaving time to just have fun together the next day, can be adapted to suit all tastes and preferences, and is just fancy enough ...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:04:29
13. Natural Gardening: The Art of Pea Staking
Natural Gardening: The Art of Pea Staking
I have always been a "throwback." Maybe it's because I'm a child of the 60's. Maybe it's because my mom was a farm girl, and my dad's people were immigrant Italians who made a living in Little Italy, selling vegetables from a handcart. My closet is full of tie-dye (check out last year's tie-dye...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 09:50:23
14. Easy Seafood Quesadillas
Easy Seafood Quesadillas
My youngest son loves it when we do "refrigerator cooking." You know -- the kind where you pull out a little of this, a little of that, and -- voila! -- you have something magical and delicious. In honor of the upcoming Cinco de Mayo festivities, why not whip up a plate of these tasty, and oh-s...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 09:50:23
15. Seeds Get Around
Seeds Get Around
Seeds are like tiny bundles of hope. Inside, there is the hope of an oak tree, a rambling rose, a meadow full of timothy grass. There is the hope of a bumper crop of apples, each containing even more seeds, more hope. Everything is there, waiting for just the right conditions. And what clever mec...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:10:29
16. Follow those Tracks! Take an Animal Tracks Quiz
Follow those Tracks! Take an Animal Tracks Quiz
Calling all nature lovers and wildlife experts! How well do you know your animal friends' tootsies? Are you a budding Crocodile Dundee? Test your FQ ("footprint quotient") with this little quiz. It's fun, it's fast and it's free. Updated: 11-6-2012 Kim M. Bennett
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:00:39
17. Animal, Vegetable or Mineral? Scientific Names and the Natural World
Animal, Vegetable or Mineral? Scientific Names and the Natural World
Tyrannosaurus rex... Homo sapiens... Panthera leo.... Many of us recognize these phrases as the "scientific names" of a very famous carnivorous dinosaur, the human being and the lion, respectively. Binomial nomenclature is the system that scientists all over the world use, to create these scienti...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:04:29
18. Kim Bennett Loves Planting Good Seeds, in Good Soil
Kim Bennett Loves Planting Good Seeds, in Good Soil
Have you ever watched a seed germinate? First, water and the sun's warmth wake up the tiny embryo inside. You can't see it, but life is beginning. Next, the root emerges. As it moves into the soil, it establishes a firm foundation for the growing plant. Once rooted, the seedling grows, its stem ...
Squidoo Community - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:02:25
19. Lucky Boy the Wonder Dog, and How He Lived Up to His Name
Lucky Boy the Wonder Dog, and How He Lived Up to His Name
Lucky is a black lab/pit bull mix who wandered into our lives (literally) as a puppy, and stole our hearts immediately. We would love to share his incredible story (it really is amazing), and know that you will fall in love with him, too. Updated: 10-15-2012 Kim M. Bennett
Pets & Animals - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 03:10:24
20. Literacy 101: Language Arts Instruction, K-3
Literacy 101: Language Arts Instruction, K-3
Are you one of these people? 1. A homeschooling parent; 2. A parent of a child in public school who struggles with reading; 3. A grandparent who wants to be more involved with the education of a grandchild; 4. A classroom teacher who wants to try something new to reach struggling readers; 5. A c...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 15:11:18
21. The Power of Observation: Life in a Tiny Ecosystem
[NOTE: This activity is part of a series on the science process skill of observation. Activities 1 and 2 ("A Little Patch of Land," and "Adopt-a-Plant," can be found here] The next time you are on a nature walk, prepare to explore life under an old, rotting log. Bring along a couple of container...
How-To & Education - Sat, 28 Jul 2012 14:16:35
22. Finding Fun, Free Family Trips, Close to Home
One of the best parts of homeschooling is that you can have school wherever you want, including outside. Here's a list of fun (and free or inexpensive) places that you can take your "classroom." The idea here is not to fill the outing full of graphic organizers, checklists and facts to learn -- I...
How-To & Education - Sun, 22 Jul 2012 16:15:17
23. Love Your Roses -- And They'll Love You Back!
Roses get a bad rap. Folks say that they are finicky, they require a lot of care, or that not everyone can grow roses. Simply not true! When you understand roses, they can be one of the most reliable, gorgeous additions to a garden of any size or type. In this article, I will share with you some ...
home-and-garden - Sun, 22 Jul 2012 15:13:01
24. Grapefruit Campari Sorbet: Sunshine in a Dish
We are a family of grapefruit lovers. A half of a grapefruit, with a little sugar, is an invigorating way to start a day, and one of our favorite family beverages is ruby red grapefruit juice. Even my husband, who isn't a big breakfast eater, can't resist that juicy, cold grapefruit with his morn...
food-and-cooking - Sun, 22 Jul 2012 14:45:11
25. Reflection and Action Planning for School Teams
Professional Learning Communities, or communities of continuous inquiry and improvement, are groups of teachers and administrators that come together regularly to seek and share learning, then act on what they learn. Their focus is the enhancement of their effectiveness and function, so that all ...
How-To & Education - Fri, 02 Sep 2011 11:12:38
26. The Case for Faith -- by Lee Strobel
Are you seeking to know God more deeply, but you have burning questions that no one can seem to answer for you? Are you already a seasoned Christian, who struggles to respond to such questions? Do you want to know how to answer those who inquire or oppose? In The Case for Faith, author and journa...
books-poetry-writing - Sun, 14 Aug 2011 01:48:20

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