Category Archives: Science

Profiles in Home Education – Part 4

Here are two inspiring stories of two young men who see the world out of the box.    Be challenged by this amazing story of Kelvin Doe.  But, beware!  He is portrayed

Home Education Takes the Lead

It is encouraging to see homeschooled students continue to break ground in different arenas and in different ways.   When America was founded, the founding fathers were home schooled and finishing College

2013 Lake Tahoe Adventure

We were grateful to go to Lake Tahoe this year.  In a time of year where there would be a few fun patches of snow and the sun will be warm enough

A Different Way To Homeschool: A LifeStyle Of Learning

I have a daughter who loves to learn just about anything.  Here she is flying an airplane in this plane simulator.  Life is so interesting to her except when she is sitting

Movie Documentary Everyone Should See: Food Inc.

I like this documentary because it uncovers the truth about what is going on with our food supply.   A few things I identified are: Food Monopoly means greed, love of money

Friday Family Fun: Free Play In The Great Outdoors

What child doesn’t like to be an explorer in nature?  I remember when I was a child; I loved hiking.  Anything to be surrounded by trees, bubbling streams, bugs, the sound of

Bio Tech & Nano Tech Science Need Reformation

A few years ago, we met the man who discovered the Nano Technology as he shared his testimony at Standford University.  He sold the technology for 41 billion dollars.  The greatest sale

Weekend Family Fun: Creation’s Scavenger Hunt

Something that children always love are scavenger hunts.  I like putting meaningful scavenger hunts that will teach a lesson.  I will share some of them in the future.  Here is a simple

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