Monthly Archives: March 2017

Teach Science at an Early Age: Periodic Table

Begin with a periodic table place mat.  While eating a meal, the learner may enjoy investigating the different colors on the table, the numbers, symbols, and weights.  We purchased these books to support what was taught on the table. https://www.amazon.com/Painless-Learning-Periodic-Table-Placemat/dp/B000H6F4W6/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1490974010&sr=8-5&keywords=periodic+tableContinue reading

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One Reason We Grow Our Food

At a recent get-together we harvested fresh rhubarb and used store bought organic strawberries to make a strawberry rhubarb custard pie.  It was absolutely delicious because the rhubarb was picked the same day as we made the pie.  Our soil … Continue reading

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An Alarm Call to Parents: SB 18

California has beautiful weather, amazing ocean seascapes and majestic mountains, and offers a fairly comfortable lifestyle.  This “comfort” enables people to become complacent in all levels of society.  They enjoy the “ease” of life.  While enjoying this ease, they do … Continue reading

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“The Doctor Will Free You Now”: Market and Medicine

Dr. Ron Paul answers a question about free market healthcare.  He addresses how Obamacare has made quality healthcare less available to Americans and how a free market system is far superior to any government health care program.  Watch the first … Continue reading

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