Painting of ducks in the water.
Illustration of a flying bird.

Category: Homeschool

  • A Field Trip to Fantastic Caverns

    Spending the afternoon exploring God’s creation underground, the whole family took a field trip to Fantastic Caverns! The cave is just north of Springfield, so not too far of a trip and the kids loved exploring this cave for the first time, being the second cave tour of their lives. (Actually, this way Ryan’s second…

  • First Days of Ryan’s Homeschool Co-op

    The journey has begun! Ryan embarked a few days ago on his new adventure of “real school.” He has been homeschooling, as most homeschoolers do, soon after God brought him into this world and already at his ripe old age of 5 1/2, he is fairly proficient at reading simple words. This is thanks in part to…

  • Homemade Wheat Bread

    Do you want to make some great homemade bread? Here is a great recipe. [nggallery id=75] Download both images to print here.

  • History of Computers and their Modern Components

    This is the beginning to the computer/electrical class held at South Creek Church’s Homeschool Co-Op on Feb 24th, 2011 History of Computers on Prezi

  • Birds Hatch

    Bird nest right outside the back door: [nggallery id=46]

  • Creation Museum is a wonderful Experience!

    Just last week we visited the Creation Museum in Kentucky. Wow, were we blown away by the solid Biblical basis for the exhibits and the quality in which they were presented. To see a small sample of the exhibits in the Creation Museum, just click on the images below: [nggallery id=20] [hidepost=0][nggallery id=24][/hidepost]

  • Milk: “It does a body good?” or should it be “It does a body bad?”

    “Got Milk?” We have grown up accustomed to thinking milk is great for our bodies and needed for healthy bones. There is much research out there that says the Dairy industry may not be so right after all. Because of the many hormones found in milk (eg Monsanto’s BGH, aka rBGH growth hormone) milk may…

  • Heidelberg Catechism for Young Children

    Below you will find a revised version of the Heidelberg catechism for use with young children. It is a valuable tool to help them begin to learn God’s Word at a young age! QUESTION 1. Who made you? ANSWER. God made me. QUESTION 2. What else did God make? ANSWER. God made all things. QUESTION…

Painting of ducks in the water.
Illustration of a flying bird.