MaryLou Walston presents Driving Distractions for Young Drivers – Criminal Justice USA posted at Criminal Justice USA, saying, “Getting a driver’s license is considered a rite of passage for many teenagers. Representative of freedom and adulthood, a teen may spend a majority of his or her time behind the wheel of a car or as a passenger in a friend’s car. As exciting as being a new driver is, it is also a serious responsibility. Driving requires your full attention, and failing to drive while attentive can result in car and property damage, injury or death.”
Fred Lee presents Teach Table Manners in Time for the Holidays posted at Parenting Squad.
Trudy Zufelt presents Boys and Literacy: How to Teach Morals and Values posted at Boys and Literacy, saying, “Always a tough topic but so important.”
Victoria Williams presents The MyMusicTheory Guide to Music | The MyMusicTheory.com Blog posted at The MyMusicTheory.com Blog, saying, “Series on learning about classical music, for beginners. Suitable for teenagers upwards.”
Tiger’s Mum presents Medieval Stained Glass posted at The Tiger Chronicle.
Ella presents Printables: High Frequency Words – Stage 1, for learning to read (age 4-5) and learning to spell (age 5-7) commonly used words posted at notes from home
Kelly @ The Homeschool Co-op presents Inspiring Homeschool Room Ideas: Art Supply Mason Jars posted at The Homeschool Co-op.
Amy Broadmoore presents 10 Children?s Books About Math posted at Delightful Children’s Books, saying, “Here are ten excellent picture books about math. These books both entertaining and helpful for helping teach kids about addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, measuring, fractions, graphing, very large numbers, and roman numerals.”
Mike the Gardener presents Three Tips to Getting your Kids Involved in Vegetable Gardening at Home posted at Mike the Gardener Enterprises, LLC, saying, “I was very fortunate as a child. My dad got me into vegetable gardening, thankfully, to show me where food comes from and that, yes, you are able to feed yourself without leaving your home. Of course he also made it clear that the more independent you want to be, the more work you will have to put into it. I didn’t understand that at the time but I certainly do now.”
Jamerrill Stewart presents Overcome Judgments of Homeschooling posted at Holy Spirit-led Homeschooling | Living the Life of Faith.
Tiger’s Mum presents Degas and the ballet posted at The Tiger Chronicle.
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