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Today's Book Preview is an excellent choice for young teens
to help build character. Be sure to check it out!
I live in the Midwest and am
bracing for the high cost of heating my home this winter.
My question is about buying/using a space heater. Is there
a way to find out if running an electric space heater
would be cheaper than the gas I use to heat the home? Is
there a formula for this? How would I figure it out. I've
taken all the other precautions such as insulation,
furnace tune-up, weather-stripping etc. I figure I can
keep the heat turned to about 67, but a space heater might
be good for the family room-kitchen, the area we use the
It’s not uncommon to find
parents and grandparents living together with everyone
minding the young. In fact, by many cultures, this is a
very normal situation that works well for everyone. It
tends to work best when everyone knows his or her place
and it is clear who is responsible for what.
a quick meal that your family will love? Try this
Salisbury Steak recipe.
Click here for recipe
Water is the single most
important part of a proper diet and healthy lifestyle. If
you lose 10% of you body water the results would be quite
serious and to lose 20% would be fatal. Every function of
your body is performed in a fluid state. The importance of
water is understood when we realize the body is
three-fourths water. The vital organs are all at least 70%
water. Water is absolutely essential for the vital
functions of the body to be performed. Your blood (about
90% water) carries nutrients to the cells and waste
products from them.
Several years ago, I
chaperoned a group of fourth graders on a field trip to
Reid Gold Mine. The tour guide took us through dark musty
tunnels, explaining how the miners one hundred years ago,
searched for veins of gold imbedded in the rocks and
hidden beneath the mud. Many panned for years in hopes of
finding a few valuable nuggets. After the tour we each
grabbed a sieve and panned for gold in the mountain
Character Keys to a Bright Future
By Judith Ciccone,
Laura Manson, and Francine Larson
Character Keys to a Bright Future consists of
dynamic short stories. Some of these stories are based on
true events that happened to teenagers. They deal with
peer pressure and bullying in a non-preachy way. The book
also has workbook activities that give students an
opportunity to clarify their own values and upon
completion, a sense of accomplishment. Interesting
activities with built-in reading and writing practice.
Targeted for 14-17 years.
unique, write-in workbook defines and examines positive
character traits and also reinforces thinking, reading and
has a section on each of the following: Tolerance, Self
Respect, Compassion, Self Control, Respect for the
Elderly, Good Judgment, Respect for Others, Honesty, Good
Manners and Responsibility.
are 4 important reasons why you will find this
the $10.95 investment:
The stories are based are real events and are very
relevant to teenagers' lives. The friendly writing
style is written from the heart.
There are interesting activities with built-in reading
and writing practice . The questions will keep the
reader fully involved.
The workbook will give teenagers an opportunity to
clarify their own values and hopefully guide them toward
better conduct and a bright future.
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This is a wonderful
workbook that I wish I had when I was homeschooling my
teenagers. The stories used are thought-provoking and
believable. I highly recommend this for parents of
middle-school age children. It will give them a
foundation on which to build their life as they face many
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