In the midst, of homeschooling the children are learning more about equations. Although, teaching them can be interesting to see what they can get right with working with the equations. Most people do not believe that we use equations in everything that we do in our life. We use equations for a variety of things. … Continue reading Equations
The second week of biology and the questions keep coming. Of course, this is going to be an interesting subject for the children to learn. Looking forward to the outcome because this is going to be a wonderful course. You have to make up your own questions and sometimes that is better in the long … Continue reading Second Week of Biology Homeschool
When we evaluate algebraic equations we substitute the variables with real numbers. When you know the value of the variables within the equation it becomes easier to find the correct answer that you are seeking. For example: If you have an equation like w + c when W = 8 and C = 9 you … Continue reading Evaluating Algebraic Equations
Just a bit of information to my reader’s! My children have passed mom’s exams and will head to the 10th grade next school year! They are excited and ready for the upcoming school year. It has turned out to be a long road but they did well. Next, year they will be doing algebra II, … Continue reading Another Great Year of Homeschooling
In the month of May I will not be writing as much! I have to get final exam’s ready for the children. Homeschooling is not an easy task and they come first. I will try to post a few things here and there throughout this month. However, making sure that the children pass their final … Continue reading A Note To My Reader’s
The zero is used to determine the positional value of a certain number within the mathematics world and to indicate the absence of quantity. The zero is needed in the positional number system that is used by people today. When you think about the position of any number in the positional numeral system it determines … Continue reading Zero
In actual Junior high school she was never good at math it was not until she reached her Associate’s degree that she started enjoying math. Your associate’s degree is nothing more than rehashing the things that you learned in Junior high school and high school. To many this is just common sense however, to other’s … Continue reading Basic Algebra
Today’s prompt is courtesy of Writer’s Digest:
It’s your 18th birthday and, upon it, you parents deliver some pretty shocking news: You’re not really human. They admit that they’ve been covering up the fact that you are actually a (fill in the blank). After hearing the news you still decide to go to school, but this school day is different than all your school days past, especially when it’s revealed to others what you truly are. Write this scene
I’m kind of in love with this one and will absolutely post a response to it…
It is interesting what you find when you look through the piles of items stuck in the garage…..Thanks for sharing this awesome post.
I was covered with dust and grime from digging through boxes in the garage when I found the one marked TOYS. Using a Swiffer cloth, I wiped off the small box and my hands. What toys did we have that Mother would have saved and that Daddy would have tucked into the tightly stacked boxes on the shelving in the garage eaves? We never had the money to buy anything expensive that would be worth keeping, so I couldn’t think what it could be. I peeled away the packing and memories flooded my mind.
I was ten years old. We had just moved from the San Fernando Valley to Simi Valley at the foot of the Simi Hills, close to Daddy’s new job testing rocket fuels at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory. Any money that Christmas season would go towards a modest Christmas dinner. If there were…
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Awesome Pictures LeAnn......Keep up the excellent work....