Hurricane Ian – Be Prepared

Hurricane Ian – Be Prepared

Hurricane Ian has made landfall. Millions are without power in Florida. It is now a tropical storm which is moving on to other states. What we are to expect? While FEMA has food and water supplies to help assist those after the hurricane, it’s important to have supplies ready in case you can’t leave your home. […]

Albert Pujols Hits 700th Home Run

Albert Pujols Hits 700th Home Run

Congratulations to Albert Pujols for hitting his 700th home run. Baseball gained another fourth player in major league history to hit 700 home runs. Did you know – Albert Pujols is the first from the Dominican Republic to reach that mark He’s the first Latino member of the 700 club A short time ago, Pujols […]

Hobbit Day

Hobbit Day

Happy Hobbit Day! What exactly is a hobbit, you may ask? A hobbit is a member of an imaginary race similar to humans, of a small size, and with hairy feet in stories by J.R.R. Tolkien. Here is a free audiobook of The Hobbit (The Lord of the Rings). Did you know? September 22 is […]

Queen Elizabeth II Word Search

Queen Elizabeth II Word Search

Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 this past week. She was born in England on April 21, 1926 and became queen at the young age of 25 years. Queen Elizabeth had a lifelong love of dogs, especially corgis. Queen Elizabeth ruled the United Kingdom for seven decades. Her reign of 70 years […]

Read a Book Day

Read a Book Day

Happy “Read a Book Day”! It is from books that we learn some of the most important lessons in life. For instance, doctors, lawyers, plumbers, electrical engineers, teachers, public relations directors, IT professionals, police, and others all have learned more about their jobs by reading a book. Celebrate today by reading from the book of […]

National Dog Day

National Dog Day

Let’s celebrate our furry friends on National Dog Day! Did you know? there are more than 48.2 million dogs living in the United States the most popular dog breed is the Labrador retriever scientists believe dogs first evolved from wolves the average lifespan for a medium-sized dog is between 10 and 13 years the world’s […]

Lieutenant Uhura

Lieutenant Uhura

Nichelle Nichols made television history in the 1960’s with her portrayal of the Star Trek character Lieutenant Nyota Uhura. She was fourth in command of the starship Enterprise. As an African American woman, she made history in 1968 with one of the first interracial kisses in a scene with William Shatner, who played the show’s […]

Native American Dugout Canoe

Native American Dugout Canoe

This dugout canoe was found on the banks of the Red River! It dates to the 14th Century! At 34 feet in length, it is the largest Native American canoe ever discovered in Louisiana! Did you know? The dugout canoe was made from the hollowed-out logs of large trees Larto Lake is connected to the […]

So, what have you been up to?

So, what have you been up to?

So, what have you been up to? Anything new? Like… Any new activities? Any new traditions? Been swimming? Picking any berries? Going to theme parks? Visiting anywhere? Fishing? Just been lazy? Sleeping in? Working hard? Learning something? Been to the movies? And? Homeschoolers/Educators/Parents: sketch/color an illustration. Theme: What’s up? Finish this sentence: I have been…Read […]

Be a Kid Day

Be a Kid Day

Celebrate Be a Kid Day! Why? Kids know how to have FUN!!!! Here are a few suggestions – Eat your favorite ice cream Find an ice cream truck Have a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, grilled cheese sandwich, macaroni and cheese, fruit snacks, or cotton candy Play video games Go to Chuck E. Cheese Go […]