History in 3 Minutes Podcast

History in 3 Minutes Podcast

Hello everyone from “History in 3 Minutes Podcast.” Welcome back! Today, let’s take a look at “Ratification of the Constitution.” During this time, major events included debate over ratification, new political groups, and state conventions. Debate over ratification took place in state legislatures, mass meetings, newspapers, and everyday conversations. Those who supported the new Constitution began […]

Reverse Christmas Parade

Reverse Christmas Parade

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Reverse Christmas Parade”? Pronounced: [ri-ˈvərs] [kris-məs] [pə-ˈrād] All of the Christmas floats, tables and decorations are stationary while motorists drive by passing them on the street. The Grinch did not steal the Christmas spirit of celebrating with the newest improvisation called […]

Word of the Day – Positivity

Word of the Day – Positivity

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Positivity”? Pronounced: [pä-zə-ˈti-və-tē ] The practice of being or tendency to be positive or optimistic in attitude Here is one way to be more optimistic: Say Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious  So, Homeschoolers: sketch an illustration and briefly describe what the word ‘positivity’ means to you.

Word of the Day – Pandemic

Word of the Day – Pandemic

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Pandemic”? Pronounced: [pan-ˈde-mik] A disease that occurs over a wide geographic area (such as a whole country or the world) and typically affects a significant proportion of the population The Hong Kong Flu claimed 1 million lives in 1968 Asian Flu took […]

Word of the Day – ‘Improvise’

Word of the Day – ‘Improvise’

Do you know the definition for the New Word of the Day, which is “Improvise”? Pronounced: [ˈim-prə-ˌvīz] To produce or make something from whatever is available This is an opportunity to more intensely turn our hearts—fears, desires, and disappointments to God with personal pleading for forgiveness and strength to serve him, our families, neighbors, and […]

Potato Candy Recipe

Potato Candy Recipe

Since sugar was rationed and in short supply during the Great Depression (1929-1939), confectioners sugar was used instead. This delicious Potato Candy recipe was easy and quite popular. Potato flakes were invented around 1954. Ingredients: 1 cup mashed potatoes (or substitute instant potato flakes) 1/4 cup water 1 tablespoon vanilla extract (optional) 1/2 cup peanut […]

Pearl Harbor Word Search

Pearl Harbor Word Search

If you haven’t already, check out our History in 3 Minutes Podcast! Then enjoy this fun word search called “Pearl Harbor”. Word searches develop spelling skills, extend vocabulary, and emphasize pattern recognition. Find all of the hidden words! Enjoy replaying one of your favorite word searches. Each time you replay it, the words are reordered to […]

Remembering Pearl Harbor

Remembering Pearl Harbor

    Let us remember those that gave their lives in fighting for our country during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Today we remember that Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japan just before 8:00 a.m. on Sunday morning,  December 7th, 1941. Let us not be caught unawares from those that would try to harm our […]

Christmas Cheer

Christmas Cheer

What will you be doing on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Christmas week? Do you celebrate by yourself or with others?  Here are some additional ways to celebrate and make yourself, family and others happy: Read on Kindle, paperback, or audiobooks – Learning to Read: Fairy Tale Adventures (for all ages-children, adults, etc.) Do charity […]