Sunday, November 7, 2010

This Week's Homeschool Freebis!!!

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Monday, Nov 8:
The Sugar Creek Gang in "Swamp Robber" (Part 1)

In 1939, Paul Hutchins began writing a series of wholesome
Christian adventure books for boys and girls.  Several years ago
Paul Ramseyer was inspired to dramatize the book series for radio.
The "Swamp Robber" adventure is the first in the series.
Courtesy of, today and tomorrow
we are able to bring you this complete 3 hour audio adventure
of the "Sugar Creek Gang"! Filled with bits of science, poetry,
nature study, and a gospel message, these are a favorite of many
families. Enjoy! (80 minutes/ mp3 audio)


Tuesday, Nov 9:
The Sugar Creek Gang in "Swamp Robber" (Part 2)

The conclusion to this fun and exciting audio adventure
with the Sugar Creek Gang! Be sure to get Part One on Monday -
these are ONLY available on the ONE DAY they are featured on our site!
Don't say we didn't warn you! (80 minutes/ mp3 audio)


Wednesday, Nov 10:
Weather Phenomena Chart & Videos!

Want to make your study of meteorology more interesting? Then check out
this chart of weather terms to investigate, compiled by Gail Kapperman,
and view some of the awesome weather related videos we've compiled for
you today! Amazing!


Thursday, Nov 11:
November's Child: The Story of Louisa May Alcott (mp3 audio)

Today we bring you a great story about the life of one of
America's most beloved writers, Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888).
As you'll hear in this great radio program originally produced
for in-school listening by the Ohio School of the Air in the 1940s,
Alcott's own life in many ways parallelled those of her characters
in her classic "Little Women". It makes you appreciate
"Little Women" all the more when you realize that so much of the
author's own experiences are tied up in that fictional story.
Enjoy this classic heartwarming biographical program with your family!


Friday, Nov 12:
Thanksgiving Holiday Helper

Thanksgiving Holiday Helper by Living Books Curriculum is all
you need to teach the why of Thanksgiving, enjoy  a poem,
pore over a beautiful reproduction, hear the rich, full story
of the Pilgrim's Thanksgiving or, write inspirational notes
for family members. Included in this package is:
"The First Thanksgiving" from Stories of Pilgrims;
Thanksgiving  poems; Picture Study: The First Thanksgiving, 1621; 
Quotations for Copywork & helpful links for more study.


You can download each of these resources on their respective days at:

1 comment:

FairyLover said...

These are really great links. Thanks so much for sharing.



Jeremiah 6:16
Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls.

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