Fun and Games

Online games for everyone

Just chilling out today and playing some games i’ve found over at Ur Cool Games. Once og my favs at the moment is the Battalion series. In this game the special actions that all units can use can all be triggered by browsing through the special actions menu. The scenario that is available in the training ground will teach you about two important actions: repairing, which is a crucial part of staying alive, and the leviathan pickup.

Another important feature that you can always use to your advantage is the Stealth technology. You can always rely on the element of surprise to bring you that extra inch closer to victory. Then you will learn how to build War Machines that are an essential part of creating whole armies. Once you know how to create and manage those, you will have to use them to perform an Extraction while defeating your opponent in battle.

The last challenge of the training ground is the Face off, where the game will create an enemy of your stature which you must then defeat. If you manage to do that, then the game is your oyster and all you have to do from then on is simply win and try to rank as high as possible, depending on how well you score. If you’re into war zone td or maybe even battlefield heroes, this might be a game for you.

Posted in Uncategorized · June 19th, 2012 · Comments (0)

Cyclomaniacs and Other Bike Games

Welcome to the crazy world of Cyclomaniacs, a place where you will never get bored, even if you are at your wit’s end and cannot find anything interesting to do anymore. If you’re a fan of cycling sports and you also like spending lots of time online, then you’ll love this game, as it was created especially for the thrill seeker that lies within you. The first thing you need to know about this game is how to control it. First of all, the bike only moves if you press the AWSD keys or also the arrow keys. This is for the direction you want the bike to move in.

Since tricks are the most important part of the game, which increase your score and help you achieve different in-game goals, you must also learn how to do that. Whether you are in the air or speeding on the ground, you can perform various tricks or bunny hops by pressing the X key or the space bar. Depending on the complexity of your tricks and their difficulty, you will be scored and you will receive certain bonuses or rewards.If you have a horn, honk it by pressing B. This will also improve your score. If, however, you do not have a horn, don’t worry, you can get one in the game, but only if you perform a really cool trick.

The tricks you can perform also play another very important part like in happy wheels game. At the beginning of each level you will have a list of achievements that consist of one or more complicated tricks. If you manage to take on these tricks you will unlock more levels of play and you will proceed towards the end of the game. As you do more and more tricks, you will notice it becomes easier for you to try certain combinations that you initially didn’t even consider possible. The whole point of the game is for you to become an expert at controlling the bike and to score as high as you can. Simply enjoy the ride!

Posted in Uncategorized · April 9th, 2012 · Comments (0)

Nothing serious, just playing games!

For the reason that starting of time, enjoying online games has amused and inhibited mankind. The net has altered the way in which we engage in our favored video games. There are such a lot of great and enjoyable online games to select from, and highly developed technologies has produced virtual gaming arrive to lifestyle. Each individual age team, from toddlers to seniors can engage in enjoyable game titles on line.

That which you Will require To Engage in Online games On the internet

Certainly, you will require a desktop personal computer or laptop computer, and it’ll need to have sufficient memory (RAM) along with a first rate graphics card. In case you have an older personal computer it might have to have much more memory to operate efficiently, RAM may be readily upgraded by shopping for memory boards which complement the method prerequisites. A great images card is very important as well. You may come to a decision to switch that older product Computer system, so it can be pleasant to find out which the highly aggressive market place has motivated value drops that gain customers. Most PCs offered these days are funds helpful and lots of are created with gaming in thoughts.

Subsequent, a high-speed World-wide-web link is actually a need to have if you need to perform enjoyable game titles on the web. Dial-up products and services may possibly nonetheless be out there, nonetheless they are gradual and can’t deal with numerous from the graphic extreme game titles on the web. You’ll invest much more time waiting around for displays in order to insert than you’ll really actively playing entertaining game titles on the internet, DSL is proposed.

That are On-line Video games For

Everybody can take pleasure in actively playing pleasurable online games on the net, with all the number of cost-free on the web video games accessible there is certainly enjoyable for your complete relatives. One example is, does one know who performs the well-liked on the internet recreation FarmVille by far the most, mothers. Yep, mom’s as well as grandmas likewise tend to be shelling out hrs setting up their virtual farms and getting lots of exciting.

Youngsters are acquiring entertaining mastering whilst taking part in game titles on the internet which might be academic. Moreover, all of us recognize that distraction enthusiasts appreciate competitors; each individual imaginable activity is often played over the internet. College students reward from mathematics, technology, trivia as well as other college linked sport matters.

Varieties of On the web Online games

There’s a huge total of cost-free online games on line; a lot of websites are create therefore the participant can pick a genre, for example, board video games. Then there is certainly generally a listing of all kinds of game titles associated to that unique genre.

Gamers can discover historic board video games like space invaders, tetris, snake and lots of many others on the web. Sports activities enthusiasts can engage in soccer, baseball, golfing, horse-racing, bowling, tennis and boxing to call a couple of. Television sport demonstrates certainly are a strike, consider a sport of Offer or No Offer, Millionaire or Relatives Feud on household evening. Hardcore players can perform shooter online games online.

Posted in Online Games · December 6th, 2011 · Comments (0)

Carnival of Homeschooling #132: Let’s Go To The Ice Cream Parlor!

Hi there! I want to invite you to come with me as I go to the the Ice Cream Parlor on this hot and muggy day in July in the state of Indiana.

 

I chose this week’s Carnival of Homeschooling theme because it has been really warm lately and ice cream is a great way to cool down. I went to the store on Sunday and after looking through the enormous amount of ice cream flavors, came home with the ones you will see featured in this week’s carnival.

 

So grab your favorite ice cream treat and come with me to the Ice Cream Parlor as we read some of homeschooling’s best bloggers

 

Posted in Uncategorized · December 4th, 2010 · Comments (0)

Carnival of Homeschooling: House Fever Edition

It seems this winter is dragging out as long as it can! I know its still February, but its almost March and that means its time for winter to hit the road! :) Being the lover of hot weather and sunshine that I am, I have house fever! Which is cabin fever except I don’t live in a cabin. :P But there are definitely plenty of things to keep me busy waiting for this winter to finish out!

 

Things like learning about different festivals and holidays…

 

NerdMom of the Nerd Family is learning about Purim.

 

Amy whose Hope Is the Word shares about what they did in their home/homeschool to celebrate and learn about the Chinese New Year.

 

Denise of Let’s Play Math! is participating in World Maths Day. Act quickly if you want your student to participate in the (free!) World Maths Day.

 

Or learning how to be better at finances…

 

Kristie who lives on This Side of Eternity shares about Frugal Homeschooling and how to give your children the best education with the Lord’s direction and avoid the pitfalls of comparing yourself to others. How to avoid falling into the curriculum trap. It is possible to give your children a great education without spending a fortune.

 

Audrey of Homeschooling Income is Putting my children to work and shares about how her children can also start to earn pocket money by working online with help from a parent.

 

Mrs. White at The Legacy of Home Teaches Home Economics through Apprenticeship.

 

We can be grateful for homeschooling…

 

DeputyHeadmistress who resides in The Common Room shares what a homeschooling week looked like with a kindergartner recently removed from public school in The Further School Tales of Blynken.

 

Alasandra’s Homeschool Blog gives us A Dim View of Public Schools.

 

Linda Dobson who is a PARENT AT THE HELM shares A Brief History of American Homeschooling.

 

At Why Homeschool, Henry points to some great posts Janine wrote four years ago: Homeschooling highlights from November 2005

 

We can take some time to look at why we do or don’t do things…

 

Monica at Educating Magpies wonders why some home schooling moms do not use support groups in their home schooling journey… its just The kind of mom who baffles me.

 

Tiffany who lives Life on the Road asks Is Co-Schooling an Option?.

 

Dana who lives at Roscommon Acres is wondering if its a Reading Breakthrough, or Victory of the Bribe…

 

Rayann presentsRayann @ The Nuthouse rants against asking for permission to make curriculum changes.

 

Mrs. C of Homeschool and Etc. shares about The Bad Homeschooler You Know. Does everyone know at least one “bad” homeschooling family? What are our responsibilities to the families with children in these situations?

 

We can take some time to help others…

 

Jane Doe of Count By Homeschoolers just kicked off a fun survey blog for homeschool graduates, and would love to join your party: Press Release: Coca-Cola Versus Pepsi.

 

Vikki Lawrence over at Vikki’s Verandah is doing some Book Research: Calling All Teens.Writing an adventure series for teens, starring a homeschooled 15 year old girl. Need help with researching! Go to: http://vikkisverandah.blogspot.com/2010/02/book-research-calling-all-teens.html

 

Denise who is Blogging 2 Learn helps by talking about Spam Comments. Spammers are tricky, and inexperienced bloggers can be easy to fool.

 

Robin who is seeking a Heart of Wisdom gives us Lapbook and Scrapbook Folder Differences

 

We can fellowship with other homeschool moms…

 

Barbara Frank Online knows that after many years of homeschooling can leave a mom with a much shorter attention span than she once had and then you have to get back to the point of Productivity.

 

ChristineMM who is The Thinking Mother story about teaching her seventh grade son about writing composition, cause Writing is Talking on Paper.

 

Jacque who is Walking Therein shares about Teaching the Littles the Scriptures.

 

Penny Raine shares some recent ponderings about parenthood.

 

And then we can just have some fun!

 

Rachel Lynette who has Minds in Bloom shares 3 More Games to Play While Waiting.

 

Michelle Dennis Evans has a great, easy French Toast recipe for young children.

 

Lara DeHaven, the Texas Homesteader shows some beautiful 4-H Photography Contest photos she got when the sun decided to come out for a bit!

 

Pamela of Blah, Blah, Blog reminds us to remember the Little things.

 

Michelle of Delightful Learning has some really neat Delight Directed “Science” Play and projects to do!

 

The HSBA Post has some Fun with Geography: Learning the Highest Peak on Each Continent

 

Finally…

 

Tiana Krenz of God Made, Home Grown shares The Most Important Thing, and that is truly the MOST IMPORTANT THING!

 

Hopefully doing these things will help keep my house fever low and will make the time go by just a little faster!

Posted in Uncategorized · August 3rd, 2010 · Comments (0)

Coolest Contests, Hottest Carnivals

There are so many carnivals and contests to enter… so I decided to make a page, so I can keep track of them all! If you enter a contest from my page, please mention where you came from on your entry! :D Thanks! If you have a cool contest or hot carnival you would like put on this page, you can email me with the contest link and deadline to enter.

Posted in Uncategorized · July 24th, 2010 · Comments (0)

Carnival Of Homeschooling: Political Parties of Our Government Edition

This is the 113th Carnival of Homeschooling: Political Parties Of Our Government Edition.

Since our government started we have had quite a few different political parties than just the few we see today in our times. Today, I want to take a deeper look into what those parties were and what they meant.

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There was only one president who had No party: George Washington . It was also known as the Pro-Administration “Party”.

Almost the entire membership of the Pro-Administration “Party” was composed of future Federalists; the term Pro-Administration Party is also sometimes used to describe the supporters of the administration who didn’t join the Federalist Party after its formation. Although he was almost a federalist.

Dana who has found a Principled Discovery tells us all about Those “socially inept” homeschoolers.

Rational Jenn wants some Freedom from the Feds. Want to know why she opposes a federal tax credit for homeschoolers?

Tea Party Girl would like if others would want to put in their two cents worth to the discussion of Why I Will Train My Daughter to Hire Servants.

The Activities Coordinator who has a Life On The Planet wants to know What are we missing?

e-Mom of C h r y s a l i s has a T or F? 10 Points to Consider about Reaching Children While They’re Young.

Crimson Wife who is Bending the Twigs has a critique of the treatment of homeschooling in the book “The Mommy Myth: The Idealization of Motherhood and How It Has Undermined Women” in her article, Homeschooling and “The Mommy Myth”.

ChristineMM who is The Thinking Mother t ells how My Boys and I Were (Quiet) Activists at the Capitol This Week by attend a public hearing about a parental rights issue, to make it easier for parents to withdraw their children from public school in order to homeschool them. Now that is a real lesson in government for her children!

Christinemoers who would like to Welcome to my brain knows that sometimes the best lessons are those you live out, the Real-life lessons . Dare yourself and your family to spend a few days without something like electricity or hot water.

Renae who teaches a Life Nurturing Education knows has some really great reasons why teaching Justice is Studying Math.

No fighting, no biting! is definitely Teaching the facts of life. She said, “One of the reasons we started homeschooling was to keep our children innocent, but it seems that even the neighbors feel it necessary to “teach” our kids.”

A Family Runs Through It has Reason To Homeschool #72. Apparently a friend’s daughter came home from school with a “warm and fuzzy.”

Phil for Humanity thinks that parents today want their children to have more than what they had, yet parents often neglect to give their children what they had. They should be Teaching Patience to them!

Alasandra’s Homeschool Blog Awards has been Debunking the faulty research by Kati Criss on homeschooling and explains why homeschooling is a viable choice and provides a solid education for many homeschooled students. She also maintains that parents have the right to choose the best educational choice for their child.

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There was also only one president who was in the Federalist party: John Adams.

The Federalist Party (or Federal Party) was an American political party in the period 1792 to 1816, with remnants lasting into the 1830s. The Federalists controlled the federal government until 1801.

Tami’s Blog shares with us about her plans for school this week, and she asks What your plans for school are this week?

Cassy who is Homeschooling Four has My New Schedule and how she has organized her day to make schooling and housekeeping run smoothly.

Cristina at Home Spun Juggling has her 200th comic strip based on our adventures as a homeschooling family in Here It Is- Home Spun comic strip #200!

Guilt-Free Homeschooling has the Top 10 Dress-up Items for turning your children loose with a boxful of costumes leads to more than an afternoon of dress-up. It builds imaginations!

HowToMe knows that g oing to the library with little ones, can be a frazzling experience. It’s hard to stifle a child’s excitement (or volume) when they find a thrilling book they’d like to read… So she formed a plan on How to Get Good Library Books with Little Ones in Tow.

Laura Williams’ Musings has some great ideas and directions for making Washable & Reuseable Clear TableCloths.

Elena LaVictoire at My DomesticChurch shares their positive experiences with Homeschool sports- a good alternative .

Christina of The Perils of Parenting and Other Ponderings has A VERY Weird Presedential Story!!!! to share with us. Here is how she and her children memorized the presidents of the United States.

Cary of Our Adventures at Home has s o many different reasons for Why I Homeschool . The main reason she started homeschooling is not the only reason she continues to do so. Her choice to homeschool is not a judgment on another persons decision not to homeschool. This is the short version of why she started homeschooling her son and some of the reasons she continue to do so.

Henry of Why Homeschool writes why I love homeschooling and about one of the benefits of homeschooling – truffles!

Rebecca who lives in The Upside Down World wants us to Beware the unsocialized homeskoollers! She said, “I have little patience for the largely bogus claims of concern over homeschooler’s lack of socialization. Apparently I’m not the only one as there are many funny t-shirts and other items with pro-homeschooling messages on them. I show some of my favorite here.”

Eyebright who has Defective Compositions shares why she thinks that Homeschooling In The Way They Should Go.

Ruby of Freehold2 has “The Art of Recitation” for us to enjoy! She says, “My little look at recitation and why it seems to have gone out of vogue these days.With quotations from Charlotte Mason, this post looks at the benefits of using recitation in our studies and shows that it is a very manageable task. Link to asuperb organizing system for scheduling recitation included.”

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There were 4 presidents whose party was the Democratic-Republican: Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, James Monroe, John Quincy Adams.

The Democratic-Republican Party, also known as the Republican Party (not related to the present-day Republican Party), was founded by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison in 1792. It became the dominant political party until the 1820s, when it split into competing factions, one of which became the modern-day Democratic Party. Its members identified the party as the Republicans, Jeffersonians, Democrats,[1] or combinations of these (such as Jeffersonian republicans).[2]

Sol Lederman who is Wild About Math! thinks that parents who homeschool may be interested in this review of a set of books that can teach kids calculus in his article Calculus in 4th grade?.

gaskins and Denise of Let’s play math! both want everyone to know that your children will enjoy playing math games with children around the world, or they can use their math skills to help St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital with Math links for fun and charity.

Timothy Power of Sometimes I’m Actually Coherent wants to know if a nyone else out there is using Webster’s Old Blue-Back Speller? If so, what are you doing with it, and how is it going?

M. Cruz who has Lesson Plans And Other Resources For Teachers And Homeschooling! has ideas for creating a Reading Log For Activators And Other Assignments for personal use or a log.

HE-Resources has a l ist of resources they used in studying Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne. It also includes general geography resources.

Smallworld has a collection of resources she used to teach a basic United States Geography Unit course at her local co-op.

The Life Without School Blog has some Thoughts on Waldorf-inspired Homeschooling, by Bettina They said, “For us it’s something we weave into our lives but not the principle by which our lives are governed. Like with all things homeschool-related, take what you need from it and leave the rest.”

Alvaro Fernandez who has some SharpBrains tells us why learning is so important at all ages and knows how to Maximize the Cognitive Value of Your Mental Workout.

Elisheva Levin who uses Ragamuffin Studies knows that February is the month when the normal routine can become unbearable. But a Road Trip: Gran Quivera planned to break the monotony can also become part of their study of New Mexico history. Come along for a ride back more than 300 years to Gran Quivera of the Salinas Mission ruins.

Stephanie who says Stop the Ride! has a type of unit study going about ginger and has figured out what The Little House Sports Drink, Ginger Water is!

Jacque who is Seeking Rest in the Ancient Paths wants to know what homeschooling family cannot use these home medicinal tips?? Or any family for that matter! She has some really great ideas on Honey For What Ails You

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There have been 18 presidents of the Republican party: Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, James Garfield, Chester A. Arthur, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush .

The Republican Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States of America, along with the Democratic Party. It is often referred to as the Grand Old Party or the GOP. In spite of its nickname, it is the younger of the two major U.S. political parties; nonetheless, it is the second oldest active political party in the United States.

Summer of Mom Is Teaching know that Science Is Sweet!. She has a fun food-based science experiments kids can do at home.

Benny who knows its All About Benny shares his eight-year-old son’s Painted Papier Mache: An Experiment . His son dictated it to him and he tried to reproduce it verbatim. They are learning the scientific method and also preparing for an egg drop contest on Saturday. A great example of a child doing science — complete with incomprehensible graphs and strange conclusions! :)

Aurora Lipper who has Blog Carnival listings shares some Simple Laser Experiments to Share with Your Kids.

Erica The Sojourner is really Having Fun With Science.With some bird books and volcanoes are all ways of having fun with science.

NerdMom who is in the Nerd Family has some interesting information about YouTube and Homeschooling and how they are using YouTube for their science.

Vicki Also Known as MommaMonster79 has a cute story about how she got to use some

Impromptu Schooling to teach her girls about science through a real life experience.

Tiffany Washko who has a Natural Family Living asks Natural Learning – What Is It?

Sebastian who runs Percival Blakeney Academy has some Nature Therapy for us. With some green time and a little work with the microscope dispels weekend boredom.

Photogirl who has Kids and Nature shows us her children in their Winter gear. And what they did for their homeschool out in the winter wonderland!

Barb-Harmony Art Mom who has The Heart of Harmony would like to share her new Green Hour: Let’s Get Started Challenge with more homeschoolers.

Lydia of the Little Blue School has some photos and videos documenting the burial, funeral service, and grave marker of Black-Eye, a dead blackbird that a group of homeschooled kids found at our local “Homeschool Park Day” last week. Warning: Includes cinematography by a five-year-old and prayers for the dead in Burying Blackeye: A Homeschool Park Day Moment.

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There were 14 presidents of the Democratic party: Andrew Jackson, Martin Van Buren, James K. Polk, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton.

The Democratic Party is one of two major political parties in the United States, the other being the Republican Party. It is the oldest political party in the United States.[2][3]

On Living By Learning got to go Exploring History in a New York Minute and thinks that walking through the art and culture of the ages in the Metropolitan Museum in New York City is amazing. However, keeping it interesting for tweens means finding the element that interests them. On this visit, we took a cue from Project Runway in looking for fashion inspiration history’s art.

Jennifer in OR who has a Diary of 1 has been reevaluating Rockwell – an American master. Norman Rockwell: The People’s Painter is the last in her art series.

2 Savvy Homeschoolers of Homeschooler Savvy wants to keep e ncouraging kids to paint and Pause for a peaceful sunset.

Melissa’s Idea Garden has three easy to make musical items that they made in A Musical Afternoon.

The Weekly Muse from Love 2B Homeschoolers asks Is your blog easy to read? She said, “…as the list of homeschooling blogs I read increases, I’m finding that several of the lessons I learned in web design are also important in the blogosphere. Although there are lots of blogs that will tell you how to increase visits to your blog, and how important it is to have great content to bring people back, I have yet to find one which discusses how important the look of your blog is to bringing people back. Or more specifically, how the readability of your blog determines whether people come back. So I thought I’d discuss it a bit and point some things out that most people wouldn’t think of if they weren’t specifically in the design field.”

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There were 4 presidents who were in the Whig party: William H. Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore.

The Whig Party was a political party of the United States during the era of Jacksonian democracy. Considered integral to the Second Party System and operating from January 18th 1832 to 1856,[1] the party was formed in opposition to the policies of President Andrew Jackson and the Democratic Party.

Ted of CampusGrotto has help for you with Choosing the College that’s Right For You.

Barbara Frank thinks that Homeschooling families should think seriously about whether or not college is the right choice for their teens, because of the Gloomy Stats About College and Jobs that show that the lion’s share of jobs of the future will not require a four-year college degree.

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There are only 2 presidents who consists of the National Union party: Abraham Lincoln & Andrew Johnson.

The National Union Party was a political party in the United States from 1864 to 1868. It was an alliance between members of the Republican Party who backed incumbent President Abraham Lincoln and Northern Democrats (plus a few anti-Confederate Southerners such as Andrew Johnson) during and after the Civil War.

Eric Koshinsky of Teachers Call has some ESL Writing Activities – Computer Based Editing and Correction Lessons for you to gaze over.

Sagar Satapathy of the OEDb: Online Education Database shares e-Learning Reloaded: Top 50 Web 2.0 Tools for Info Junkies, Researchers & Students | OEDb.

Neelakantha who has college degree has the 25 Useful Social Networking Tools for Librarians.

Niharika Das at JobProfiles.org – Job Descriptions and Online Schools to Start Your Career knows Where the Talent Is: 100 Sites to Find the Elite in Any-Given-Field.

sarah at SARAHSPY has the ultimate Directory of NYC museum free/pay-what-you-wish days.

I hope you enjoyed this edition of the Carnival of Homeschooling. Mr. Cate told me that this carnival is one of the top 5 largest carnivals the CofH has seen. WOW! Thank you all so much for your great submissions!

PalmTree Pundit will be hosting the 114th Carnival of Homeschooling on March 4th. Here are directions on Submitting an article for CoH.

I would like to send a HUGE THANK YOU to my brilliant sister, Jocelyn who has A Pondering Heart for the SUPER graphics you have seen today!

Take care and have a SUPER week!

Love, Blessings and Prayers As Always,

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Posted in Uncategorized · March 16th, 2010 · Comments (0)

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