Germinating Sprouts Update

In the last essay on this, I posted a gallery of photos and a video, and the point was the gallery was to tell you the materials you needed for the project.  Then you were supposed to take the materials and assemble them as the video says. I did that with some sesame seeds meant…

E6 L75 Review – My Summary of a Sherlock Holmes Story

Holmes Solves the Case of the Missing Carbuncle!             After a time being not on a case, he is brought upon a very singular one, with a man having dropped his goose and hat. The detective was notified when the man who brought him the items found the fabulous gem while attempting to cook it. …

S6 L82 Project – My Self-Watered Plant

In this lesson I took my old catnip plant for the cats and went ahead and made it a self-watered potted plant!  I did that by taking the tray under the bowl and bending it so it fit to the pot better, and then bent out one corner to add water in.  This made it…

H7 W6 Review – Charles Martel and Charlemagne

Charles Martel, also known as Charles the Hammer, was a man who left quite a legacy to his grandson, Charlemagne. As king he only lost his first battle throughout the whole of his life, and that only because he was beaten back by sheer number. From this first battle he learned that the three tactics…

H7 W5 review – “Why Do I Have to Study Islam?”

Most people study Islam somewhere in their history class for the reasons of its being one of the largest empires in the world and being influential in the actions of the Muslims in jihad which translates into “holy war” in English, and being one of the most influential empires in the world, and the understand…

Some reasons for Homeschooling

I saw this on my finance course.  I thought it was interesting, so I put it here.  It gives some reasons  to homeschool, including paying less and getting higher percentiles.  I got a 96th percentile on a test for math, and I’m homeschooled, so that’s kind of interesting. Source: TopMastersInEducation.com/homeschooled