Ever feel discouraged? Most people have been sad at one time or another in their lives. Pick yourself up and do something different to make yourself happy again. There are so many different things that can put us on the path to discouragement such as – No one wants to play with a child Bullying […]
Wordsearch – Wash Clothes
It’s Monday again. That’s the day traditionally when people wash their clothes. Years ago, women used washboards or washtubs and clothes lines to wash and dry their clothes. Today, many of us use washers and dryers in our own homes. Here is an article called “Wash our Clothes.” Enjoy this word search called “Wash Clothes.” […]
Wash our Clothes – Did You Know?
This is the way we wash our clothes so early in the morning! Remember that cute line from the song “This is the Way we Wash Our Clothes?” Well, what would you do if you did not have a working washer or dryer? Look here for some fascinating ideas: Option A: Buy a five-gallon bucket […]
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Have you ever felt like “why me”? Everyone has felt like that at some time in their life. We can easily feel sorry for ourselves or for others. Have you ever heard yourself or someone else saying? Why not listen to an older person? Doesn’t anyone see that little child all by himself? Doesn’t anyone […]
Constitution Day Wordsearch
The U.S. Constitution was written to guarantee certain basic rights for its citizens. It established America’s national government and is the law of the land. Each September 17th we commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. More fascinating facts – One purpose of the Constitution is to limit the […]
Wait. Wait. Wait.
Wait. Wait. Wait. Who likes to wait? That’s about all I have been hearing lately on the news–all the news. It’s driving some people crazy! So, I got up this morning and what did I hear on Today and ABC news? Now there is a paper shortage. The headline said, “Paper shortages are impacting schools, […]
Hungry yet? No more grain reserves – Did you Know?
Remember when President Franklin D. Roosevelt created a national grain reserve to help American farmers during the Great Depression? Well, guess what? There are no more grain reserves held by the U.S. government to protect you or anyone else. Here are more fascinating facts. Did you know? There is now little to no buffer for […]
In honor of those who lost their lives on 9/11 we offer a wordsearch, activities, and webinars for your child to remember the story of the September 11, 2001, attacks against America. The 9/11 Memorial & Museum tells the story through media, narratives, and artifacts, presenting visitors with personal stories of loss, recovery, and hope. […]
History in 3 Minutes Podcast
Welcome back to History in 3 Minutes Podcast. Today we are going to digress and take a look at the topic called “Language”. A language is a symbol system Each language is made up of sounds, gestures, characters, and letters For example, the gesture of a smile is made by flexing the muscles at the sides […]