Thursday, May 26, 2016

Minecraft Creepers Stay Away

by Sebastian

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      My favorite activity at home is playing Minecraft on the computer. I like that you can practically do or create anything. I love to kill the stupid, exploding creepers because they blow up my hard-built house. Typically, I obliterate them with a sword or a bow and arrow. In Minecraft, which inspires me to play with my Legos, my favorite things to do are fish, play with my weapons, and play around with my armor. I don’t like peaceful mode. Food doesn’t go away. It is boring. Minecraft on the computer is super cool as long as you can keep the creepers away.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Summer Adventure


Summer days are long and hot, but that doesn’t mean they have to be boring. This year, create a Summer Adventure list! This is a list of things you and your family want to do before school starts up again in the fall. It could be anything from going on a mountain expedition to sleeping in until noon one day. This is a fun way to make some memories as a family and delete the old routine by having big (or small) adventures every day.
Life is either a great adventure or nothing.” ~Helen Keller

Monday, May 23, 2016

Science Shepherd Review

Science Shepherd Review


We've been reviewing the Introductory Science program from Science Shepherd. Science Shepherd offers three different options for online homeschool science programs: Introductory Science (elementary) , Science Shepherd Life Science (middle school) and Science Shepherd Biology (high school.) The elementar program, Introductory Science, is designed for kids ranging from ages 6-11, this bibically-based science program combines earth science, life science, ecology and natural resources, and physical science into lessons that have both a workbook component and an online video component.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Men with Great Perseverance and Brains

By: Sebastian

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Great men, who overcame failure and blindness, changed the world. Benjamin Franklin made life better for the early American colonies.