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Experience vs. Knowledge

NPR recently published an article that was originally published in The Lancet journal on the topic of ADHD and diet entitled Study: Diet May Help ADHD Kids More Than Drugs. The study suggests that kids with ADHD could experience a … Continue reading

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Training the New Cook!

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Those who know me well know that I’m a don’t wannabe cook. I don’t even care that much about eating, although the size of my jeans would belie that comment. But, back to cooking. If someone would cook all the … Continue reading

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Knowledge is Power

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  Sir Francis Bacon lived from 1561 to 1626. He was a scientist, lawyer, philosopher and author. He was the father of the scientific method, much of which is still influential today in conceptions of methodology. He was also a … Continue reading

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Routine (part 1): the Conundrum

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Get Used To It – GUTI Routine – 1. a regular, more or less unvarying procedure, customary, prescribed or habitual, as of business or of daily life* Conundrum – 1. a riddle whose answer contains a pun (Ex. “What’s the … Continue reading

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Earth From Above

Does your homeschool have a whopping case of cabin fever going on? Mine sure does. Well, get out of the cabin without leaving home and venture on a world tour of some very remarkable photography taken from a vantage point … Continue reading

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The Lego NXT Hammercar

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Construction may be cool… But destruction ROCKS!!

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Landing for Good

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leapinlily. That’s me. For years I have used the illustration of a little frog leaping from lily pad to lily pad, never quite sure of which pad she is landing on, to picture the course of my life. leapinlily. That’s … Continue reading