Fill Up Your Summer with… FIELD TRIPS! (and get FREE Notebooking Pages!) Yes, you can make summer fun AND educational at the same time! Education can take on many forms; I’ve been spouting those words for years.
Can We Trust the History Books We Read? THIS is a loaded question. First of all, know this. ALL history is written with a bias. Any author is going to bend, support, or omit information that will create a view or meet an agenda. At best, we can call it a “perspective”; at worst, “propaganda.”
Do you have children that are so different from their siblings, you wonder how they ended up in the same family? I came across this article that I wrote on our two youngest sons several years ago… It’s as relevant today as it was then. I’d like to share it with you… "The Story of a Cello and a Djembe."
Every culture has its unique superstitions when it comes to finding marriage. When it comes to the Irish, they have a special dish called colcannon. Although this cabbage and potato dish is now considered a traditional St. Patrick’s Day food, the truth is, it was originally used for the foretelling of marriages!
On February 25, 1948, Martin Luther King, Jr. was ordained a Baptist minister and became an assistant pastor at his father’s church in Atlanta, Georgia. As for how he helped organize the first African-American civil rights movement – you’ll have to keep reading and find out!