FROM the files of the weird and yeah, not-so-wonderful, we bring you the story of a bungling grandfather from South Carolina, US.
When Joseph Fuller, 65, was tasked with picking up his six-year-old grandson from Edisto Primary School, Cordova, South Carolina, he took the wrong kid home.
That’s right. The wrong kid.
It's been RAINING it seems like FOREVER!!!
My backyard and both side yards had about 8 inches of standing water yesterday. It's really bad.
We are pleased to bring to your attention HomeSchool Architecture lessons.
Lessons are taught by a trained architect, long time homeschool mom and lover of the arts, Amy Gillispie.
[This entry first appeared on our home page November 2009. - This article contains affiliate links.]
We solemnly commemorate this day and reflect of the cost of the freedoms we currently enjoy.
All gave some. Some gave ALL.
By Amy Wallace
Novel in a Year, Intermediate Composition, English III, and Critiquing With Class Instructor
Mark Twain said, "The difference between the almost right word and the right word is ... the difference between the lightning bug and the lightning." Writing well is more than finding the right word. Writing well involves the whole student. Whether your student loathes or loves writing, there are key strategies to helping students fully engage and move from writing fear to writing fun.
You can donate your art supplies!
I wish I had known about this when my kids were little. We struggled with leftover paints, playdough, markers, crayons and pencils. Many were still very useful, but needed a home. And all the really cool wooden toys they had. Oh what a creative mind could have done with some of them!!
The Create a Spark Foundation presents its production of Once On This Island
Featuring performances by an all homeschool cast!