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Drive Thru History® – “The Gospels” DVD Review

If you are a fan of Drive Thru History® then you will love the new miniseries of Drive Thru History® – “The Gospels”.  If your wondering an age range for this I thought it was good for any age but it is geared towards Grade 5 and up. The DVD set includes 18 episodes that run approximately 30 minutes. There is over 9 hours of content on the DVDs. The kids and I have been really enjoying watching and studying the episodes of Drive Thru History® – “The Gospels” during this review.

Weekly Wild Life Sanctuary Visit- Still Nesting

This week we went to the Wild Life Sanctuary again to see what stage the geese where in with there nesting. On the way there we read a book about birds, eggs, and nests. It was actually very interesting to hear the kids read about the different birds. We have robins here and I had no idea they liked berries such as raspberries and cherries. As we walked we looked for nests and the birds we read about. We did see a lot of robins.

 

Web Design – CompuScholar, Inc. – Online Class Review

It has been really hard to figure out what my son has interest in and what he may want to do after high school. We currently found one of his interests through this review. My son has really been enjoying Web Design by CompuScholar, Inc. This online course is meant for Grades 6 – 12.

The Web Design course teaches students how to create webpages using HTML and CSS. In this course they get to build two high quality websites with professional features through out the course. Students also have the opportunity to create there own project at the end of the semester. Really this description is quite simple but it’s to the point.

WildLife Sanctuary – It’s Nesting Time

I love taking the kids to the Wild Life Sanctuary. It doesn’t matter what time of the year you go. You really never have the same experience as something new always pops up, or something magical happens with the animals. It’s spring here right now so it’s mating season for a lot of the animals. It was not a cold day, but not a warm day either. It was gloomy with no sunshine but it was great to get out and take that walk.

Shepherd, Potter, Spy — and the Star Namer Book Review

The kids and I really enjoy history. We currently had the chance to review a christian history fiction book called Shepherd, Potter, Spy — and the Star Namer by Peggy Consolver – Author. This book was biblically brought to life in a the most unique way ever. This book is geared for middle school to adult.

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