I am today best known for the poem, “April showers bring May flowers! That is what they say!” Who Am I? I wrote A Hundredth Good Pointes of Husbandrie, a long poem in rhyming couplets recording the country year. I was born in 1524 and died on May 3, 1580. My book of poems was […]
The words “toilet paper” conjure up intense images and thoughts of the recent shortage. Toilet paper can be useful for other things besides just bathroom purposes. Those toilet paper rolls can be used to expand your child’s creative abilities! For example, with toilet paper rolls your child can create toilet paper: bunnies, lambs, frogs, dinosaurs, […]
Eggs are fun to decorate during Easter. You can use many different colors to make each egg look unique and awesome. You can write special messages and draw pictures on each Easter egg. It’s a fun family experience for every age group–from toddler to grandparents. Artistic, creative, adventurous, and not-so-creative individuals have fun coloring Easter […]
Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “The Civil War.” It began with events such as the election of 1800, the Confederacy, and the Secession. The election of 1800 divided the Democratic Party into a four-way race over the slavery issue. Abraham Lincoln (Republican Party) became […]
The sky is falling, the sky is falling! Not really, but if you ask Squirrel Nutkin he will tell you a good joke! Happy April Fools Day! Homeschoolers: Sketch/color an illustration. What kind of joke does Squirrel Nutkin tell Old Brown?
Caption this photo with what you think Peter Rabbit told Benjamin Bunny when he found these Easter eggs!
Talking about the good times with our families is fun time! Writing in a journal is an easy way to record these times and to remember them. It’s also fun to go back and read those stories later on. Here are a few questions that might help you get started with writing in your journal. […]
Holy Week is the week before Easter and begins on Palm Sunday. This is when we celebrate Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem in the same way the crowds are described waving palms and singing Hosanna in all four Gospels. We can share these truths: Easter is April 4, 2021 Easter is the celebration of the Lord’s […]
Every child wants to hear how Benjamin Bunny escapes from Mr. McGregor’s Garden! This Easter your child deserves: Learning to Read: Favorite Fairy Tales audiobook Learning to Read: Favorite Fairy Tales paperback Learning to Read: Favorite Fairy Tales Kindle
Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “The Crisis Deepens.” A dispute over slavery led to the Underground Railroad, Dred Scott case, and John Brown Raid. The Underground Railroad was a network of “safe houses” for those who were trying to escape slavery. This informal […]