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Add Gardening To Your Homeschool

Now that it’s starting to warm up a little outside, you may want to incorporate some gardening into your homeschool and family life this spring and summer. It is a skill well worth learning and is one your child will carry with them for the rest of their life! The educational opportunities within the realm of gardening are wide and ...

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Make Your Own 3D Paper Star

Christmas time is here… Need a quick, fun, and easy craft for the kids? A gift idea for grandma? Look no further – a gorgeous 3D paper star craft to the rescue! Stars are a beautiful symbol of the Christmas season. The Bible tells the story of the famous star that guided the Magi to the infant Christ child. And ...

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The Sailor’s Diet: What Did Sir Francis Drake & His Crew Eat?

During the days of Sir Francis Drake and the glorious Age of Exploration sailors didn’t have access to a very healthy diet. Historians have concluded that sailors consumed approximately 3,000 calories a day, in the best of circumstances. Their diets were often severely lacking in fresh fruits and vegetables. Many sailors suffered from scurvy due to lack of vitamin C. ...

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Make Your Own Ship In A Bottle

Learn the secret to creating your very own ship in a bottle! This timeless maritime craft has been a favorite hobby for centuries. Armed with patience and a few tools, you too can create one, leaving your friends to wonder … “How did they do that?” Important Note: Parental supervision and help is a must for this craft. This craft ...

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The Dragon And The Raven Word Search

Calling all The Dragon And The Raven fans! Expand your vocabulary with our brand new word search. Just print and have fun! (Includes an answer key, if you get frustrated.) Click on the graphic below to download and print your puzzle and answer key.

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Soap Carving For Kids

Soap carving is a wonderful handicraft for kids of all ages. Soap makes a great sculpting medium, especially for first time carvers. It is soft and pliable enough for small hands to manipulate, safe to work with, and allows for plenty of creative freedom. It’s also an inexpensive project so you can enjoy carving over and over again. Materials Needed: ...

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Melted Crayon Hearts: A Fun Valentine Craft!

Got broken crayons? Don’t throw them away! Give them new life with this fun, quick and easy craft and gift idea. Materials Needed: Broken or old crayons Heart shaped baking/candy molds (or muffin pans) Oven mitt Cooling racks or other surface to allow pans to cool Peel the paper off all of the crayon pieces. Break any large pieces of ...

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