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  • Knowledge House - Learning Resources - Homeschool Information - Webrings
    Fourth Grade nbsp Fifth Grade nbsp Sixth Grade nbsp Seventh Grade nbsp Eighth Grade nbsp High School nbsp College nbsp LINK LIBRARY nbsp Reference nbsp Arizona nbsp Art Music nbsp Language Arts nbsp Literature nbsp Social Studies nbsp History nbsp World History nbsp American History nbsp Government nbsp Geography nbsp Mathematics nbsp Science nbsp General Science nbsp Earth Science nbsp Life Science nbsp Astronomy Space nbsp Foreign Languages nbsp Health P E nbsp Other Subjects nbsp MORE LINKS nbsp Blogs nbsp Education Learning nbsp Computers Software nbsp Online Courses nbsp Freebies nbsp Kids Links nbsp Teen Links nbsp Home Family nbsp Patriotic Links nbsp Christian Sites nbsp Ministries Charities nbsp LEARNING FOR LIFE nbsp Excerpts nbsp Author Bio nbsp Endorsements nbsp Press nbsp Order Form nbsp PRODUCT CATALOG nbsp Citizens Rule Book nbsp Learning for Life nbsp God Created You nbsp Captain Dad nbsp Abraham Lincoln nbsp The Boy The Man nbsp The Nativity Story nbsp Ebooks Downloads nbsp Toys Games Hobbies nbsp ABOUT US nbsp Family Mission nbsp Homeschool Mission nbsp Statement of Faith nbsp Children The Internet nbsp Contact Comment nbsp Copyright Permissions nbsp Review Guidelines nbsp Favored Merchants nbsp Sponsors Advertisers nbsp Awards Praises nbsp Web Rings nbsp Acknowledgments K I D S P A G E By wisdom a house is built and by understanding it is established and by knowledge the rooms are filled with all precious and pleasant riches Proverbs 24 3 4 This Site Belongs to these Web Rings This site owned by Teri Ann Berg Olsen This site is a member of WebRing To browse visit here back list random next This site in the Web Ring is owned by Teri Ann Berg Olsen HOME ARTICLES REVIEWS NOT JUST FOR KIDS HOMESCHOOL INFO GRADE LEVELS ARIZONA LEARNING FOR LIFE PRODUCT CATALOG LINK

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  • Knowledge House: Credits
    and projects HOMESCHOOL INFO Questions answers book lists checklists articles Homeschool Resources Periodicals publishers suppliers software online courses book clubs etc Famous Homeschoolers Homeschooling in AZ Unschooling LIBRARY OF LINKS Annotated listings of web based resources grouped by subject Arizona Art Music Language Arts Literature Social Studies History World History American History Government Geography Mathematics Science General Science Earth Science Life Science Astronomy Space Foreign Languages Health P E Other Subjects MISCELLANEOUS LINKS Blogs Education Learning Computers Software Freebies Kids Links Teen Links Christian Sites Home Family Ministries Charities Homeschool Patriots LEARNING FOR LIFE A book of quotations on teaching learning and the pursuit of knowledge Excerpts Author Bio Endorsements Press Order Form PRODUCT CATALOG Citizens Rule Book Learning for Life God Created You Captain Dad Abraham Lincoln The Boy The Man ARIZONA EDVENTURES Educational adventures in Arizona Includes field trip ideas and a study guide K I D S P A G E The Knowledge House website is currently undergoing an upgrade Since the site is 500 pages and mostly a labor of love maintained by a busy homeschool mom in my spare time please be patient while content is added This may take a while HOME ARTICLES REVIEWS

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  • Knowledge House - Learning Resources - Homeschool Information
    rooms are filled with all precious and pleasant riches Proverbs 24 3 4 Knowledge House Newsletter Homeschool information ideas inspiration Receive a monthly e newsletter featuring original articles unit studies holiday ideas quotations book and product reviews biographies of famous homeschoolers learning links site updates and more Each issue contains a special freebie of the month too Rest assured we do value your privacy and will never sell or share your e mail address You may unsubscribe any time Click here to subscribe it s FREE Send a blank e mail you will receive a confirmation e mail from Yahoo Groups Click here to sign up directly at the Yahoo Groups site Actual Comments from Readers I read the newsletter and love it You do such an awesome job and there is always some interesting nugget of information I didn t know before I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your newsletter It is always a treat to read and explore through all the links I appreciate the hard work and thought you put into it Thanks for putting it together each month Get FREE E BOOKS as a THANK YOU GIFT for subscribing Download instructions for the e books will be provided in your welcome e mail Things to Do With 51 Common Household Items Many common household items have multiple uses They can be re used in different places unusual ways or even made into craft projects This booklet contains lots of ideas for you to try 4 pages Fun to Eat Lunch Box Treats Fun lunches for kids and a checklist of mix and match ingredients 5 pages Mmm mmm MUFFINS Favorite muffin recipes include delicious sweet muffins a hearty Ranch Muffin that s a whole meal in itself as well as a recipe

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  • Knowledge House: Articles & Reviews
    Resources Periodicals publishers suppliers software online courses book clubs etc Famous Homeschoolers Homeschooling in AZ Unschooling LIBRARY OF LINKS Annotated listings of web based resources grouped by subject Arizona Art Music Language Arts Literature Social Studies History World History American History Government Geography Mathematics Science General Science Earth Science Life Science Astronomy Space Foreign Languages Health P E Other Subjects MISCELLANEOUS LINKS Blogs Education Learning Computers Software Freebies Kids Links Teen Links Christian Sites Home Family Ministries Charities Homeschool Patriots LEARNING FOR LIFE A book of quotations on teaching learning and the pursuit of knowledge Excerpts Author Bio Endorsements Press Order Form PRODUCT CATALOG Citizens Rule Book Learning for Life God Created You Captain Dad Abraham Lincoln The Boy The Man ARIZONA EDVENTURES Educational adventures in Arizona Includes field trip ideas and a study guide K I D S P A G E Arizona Articles American Heritage Weekend Arizona Apples Arizona Archaeology Arizona Celebrities Part One Arizona Celebrities Part Two Arizona History Autumn in Arizona The Desert Foothills Desert Wildflowers Discovering the Desert May Museum Month See also Backyard Wildlife Habitats Day of the Dead Pride and Prejudice A Regency Ball Solar Cooking Summer Safety Sun Safety Water Whirling Winds

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  • Knowledge House - Learning Resources - Homeschool Information - Not Just For Kids
    whether you homeschool your children or send them to a public private or charter school you are your child s first and most important teacher The best way to prepare your child for school is to provide love support stability discipline and encouragement Parental involvement has the single most significant impact on a child s educational success Back to School Tips for Parents Preschool In the rush of school preparations don t overlook your preschoolers While you re buying school supplies get them a special treat such as a new box of crayons or a picture book to pique their interest in reading and learning In addition you can give them an opportunity to be part of a group of children such as at a playground Children need to know how to take turns make compromises approach other children obey those in authority and be nice to others You ll be helping them get ready for school in a roundabout way Elementary School Create a phone chain with the names and phone numbers of your child s teachers and the parents of his her classmates This serves as a valuable telephone directory for the school year It s a quick and easy way to share information about early dismissals field trips etc Talk to your kids about being safe on the way to and from school Remind your children to beware of strangers and instruct them not to go with anyone who isn t their designated ride It s also best to have someone meet them when they come home from school Junior High High School Make an effort to get to know your child s circle of friends Write down their phone numbers in case you ever need to get in touch with them Make sure your teenager has a healthy quick energy snack to get them through their after school activities College Care packages are a great way to show your child that you re thinking about them A few of their favorite goodies will make them feel closer to home A phone card will not only encourage your child to keep in touch but will give you peace of mind knowing that they can get in touch when they need to Back to School Tips for Kids Every student should have their own study space Choose a place that is quiet and well lit Any size desk or table will do as long as there is room for reading books and writing Your study space should be shielded from the distractions of siblings television and other activity Sit in a comfortable chair Keep pencils pens paper a dictionary and other necessities close at hand but keep your study surface clear and uncluttered Hang a Do Not Disturb sign on the door or on the back of your chair Set aside a regular study time Whether you prefer to study in the afternoon right after school or in the evening after dinner a routine will make it easier

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  • Knowledge House - Not Just for Kids - After-School Snacks
    to make it easy for children to find after school snacks It can be on the kitchen counter refrigerator cupboard or pantry Avoiding hunger induced conflicts between sweet loving kids and health conscious parents is a matter of creative planning and compromise Let children help choose foods for their snacks mostly nutritious with a few sweet treats thrown in for good measure But if you don t want your kids munching on candy or sweets just don t keep any in the house When children are old enough encourage them to prepare their own snacks Many children enjoy selecting and making snacks and often show more interest in eating these foods With minimal assistance kids are quick to develop variations of their favorite foods Even preschoolers can experiment with their own snack creations Remember to give children the freedom to indulge their own tastes Keep in mind that the ultimate delectable treat for a young child may simply involve combining two favorite ingredients such as peanut butter and apple or banana slices Whatever snack foods your family settles on the winning treats should meet several criteria 1 They should be foods that kids enjoy 2 They should be simple enough for kids to prepare by themselves 3 They should be made with basic readily available ingredients 4 They should be easy to eat finger foods 5 They should not take longer to make than they take to eat Exceptions to this rule would be foods such as baked goods that can be made ahead in batches and stored For those days when even a few minutes is too long to wait keep a supply of nutritious instant snacks on hand fresh fruits canned fruit raisins peanut butter and crackers dry cereal and milk granola bars muffins graham crackers pretzels bagels and yogurt Below you will find suggestions for nutrient rich snacks that are a delicious source of vitamins and minerals They can all be prepared by school age kids with little supervision Even Mom and Dad will be tempted to have fun making and eating these snacks Turkey Twirl After a long day kids need some brain food before tackling their homework Wake up your brain and taste buds by transforming a few ordinary ingredients into a brand new treat 1 10 inch flour tortilla 1 to 2 tablespoons mayonnaise or ranch salad dressing 3 ounces thinly sliced cooked turkey 2 tablespoons shredded cheddar or 3 ounces thinly sliced cheese Spread mayonnaise or salad dressing on tortilla Layer turkey and cheese on top of tortilla and roll up Inside Out Pizza Part pizza part quesadilla this snack sandwiches cheese sauce and toppings between two flour tortillas Kids can cut it into slices just like a traditional pizza 2 flour tortillas 6 inch ¼ cup grated cheddar cheese ¼ cup grated mozzarella cheese 2 tablespoons pizza or pasta sauce Optional toppings sliced tomatoes black olives pineapple ham etc Cover each tortilla with a tablespoon of sauce Sprinkle half of each type

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  • Knowledge House: Articles & Reviews
    with the peanut butter sliced bananas sliced apples raisins grated carrots brown sugar honey wheat germ sunflower seeds sesame seeds or marshmallow cream Sandwiches aren t always required either Depending on your child s appetite their lunch may be as simple as a leftover dinner roll with a piece of cheese and an apple or string cheese and ham sticks along with a honey mustard sauce for dipping or try the recipe below to make a delicious main course in a muffin Ranch Muffins 2 cups flour 1 tablespoon baking powder ¾ teaspoon baking soda 1½ teaspoons oregano ¾ teaspoon salt ½ cup shredded Cheddar cheese ½ cup diced ham or smoked turkey ½ teaspoon chili powder or crushed red pepper ½ cup vegetable oil 2 eggs ¾ cup milk ½ cup chopped black olives Preheat oven to 375 degrees Combine flour baking powder baking soda oregano salt Cheddar cheese ham and chili powder or red pepper in a large bowl mix well In a separate large bowl whisk together oil eggs milk and black olives Add the wet mixture to the dry mixture mix well Spoon batter into well greased muffin cups Bake for 15 minutes or until lightly golden and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean Let muffins cool before removing from pans Makes 1 dozen Keep refrigerated Serve for brunch lunch or with a salad as a main course Apple Oatmeal Bars 1 cup oatmeal ½ tsp salt ½ cup butter 1 cup flour ½ tsp cinnamon 2 ½ cups apples chopped or ¾ cup apple butter omit cinnamon ½ cup sugar Combine the first five ingredients and pat half into an 8x8 inch pan Layer apples and sugar Crumble remaining mixture on top Bake 35 minutes at 350 degrees Super Salad Pitas One way to get kids to eat vegetables is in a pocket pita For this your kids can help out Go to the supermarket and get an assortment of vegetables and salad greens Have the kids wash all the dark leaf lettuce before putting it away They can drop it into a sink full of cold water give it a few rinses and then have their way with a salad spinner Wrap the clean greens in a towel or place in a veggie bag and store in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator Having everything ready makes it a lot easier to add salad greens and other fresh vegetables to lunches Carrots can be peeled and stored in a container filled with water When it s time to make the pita sandwich combine as many veggies as you want add some grated or cottage cheese perhaps some cubed ham maybe even some couscous along with a tablespoon of salad dressing For a less drippy sandwich toss the vegetables with the salad dressing before putting them in the pocket You Can Be in My Club Sandwich Kids will like this one because it s layered plus the crusts are removed Take two

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