As I was going through my old emails I came across a couple that I thought you might be interested in.
One lady made playlists on a youtube account for a variety of countries so that she could share them with her children in their studies. She graciously shared the link to her playlists with a group I was in.
Well, I checked and the playlists are still there, albeit some of the videos are no longer available. I thought there was enough here to help make your studies a little easier.
She has since added a few new playlists that are not country related but the rest are still there.
I was signed up for Krampf’s emails. He sent out so many interesting things. In my email purge I found a link to his website, which is still available today. He has a variety of videos with experiments to do in many areas of science.
This page tells how to find videos/experiments that you want to incorporate in whatever area you are studying.
Disclaimer: I do not believe he is a Christian and thus you may have to overlook some things or use them for conversation starters with you children.
I remember there was a show on PBS that my children enjoyed watching. Inevitably it would say something about evolution or the age of the earth or something in most episodes. Rather than disallow the viewing of the show, I just would say “Not True” from the kitchen as I was working in there. It got to the point that the kids would yell it out when they heard it.
This carried over into other things we watched too. If a show said a curse word, we’d say, “Bad Word!” It made the point and we didn’t feel the need to turn it off immediately because of an infraction or two.
Well, I hope these two blasts from the past will help you in your children’s educational journey.
Until next time, God bless,