ShariD wrote:I have been internet surfing for song history information to go with the Celebrate America CD songs. I can't find anything helpful for There Are Many Flags, and I've never heard of this song before.
Does anyone have any info on the background? Thanks!
ShariD wrote:Your research was more profitable than mine. I could only find sound recordings from CBD. At least I know a bit more and sometimes it's good for my little perfectionist to know that answers aren't always possible!
Thanks for taking the time to research this!
RBS in OH wrote:This must be started by telling how much my 6 year boy/girl twins and are LOVING the MFW curriculum! All 3 of us are learning so much in Adventures. We are using the deluxe package and enjoy everything--haven't found anything yet that I didn't like. :)
This message board has also been so informative and helpful to me. It's even built up my confidence in my own abilities to homeschool. And I really appreciate the general and loving concern you all have for each other and for raising up children in a way that honors our Lord and Savior. Thanks to everyone for that.
I do have a question about the science experiment for week 18--growing bacteria in milk. What exactly is supposed to happen? We put the milk in the jars a week ago tomorrow. One is in the refrigerator and the other is on the mantel. The milk in the later one has separated into a yellowy water and a white "block" that appears like cream cheese; and, of course, it soured and the kids think it's pretty stinky! Is anything else supposed to happen? I don't see any dark spots that I thought would appear as visible bacteria...is the bacteria there and it just can't be seen or should it sit for another week?
It's so exciting to be a part of this with "adventure" with you and the other MFW'ers.
mom2h wrote:Our ADV weekly memory verse is "...the Lamb...is King of Kings, and Lord of Lords...". I'd like to expand on this teaching in our family devotional time, but need examples or stories to explain them. I think this is an excellent time to get this Biblical principle settled, and really feel led to pursue it. I'm thinking...the authority of the Bible and earthly authority like parents, pastors, civic leaders, police, etc...
Has anyone run across a resource about Authority that is suitable for a 2nd grade boy? Or do you have ideas or suggestions? I'm open!
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