Day 115
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Home Educaton Program

Day 115

Hi folks! I hope you are doing well with your tasks, Childrobotics, music, dancing or Physical Education or health lessons; along with the language, writing, reports, journals, yearbooks, family scrap books, and newspapers.
 
Follow the Bible in reading "The Validity of Jesus' Testimony" John 8:12-30; "The Children of Abraham" John 8:31-41; "The Children of the Devil" John 8:42-47; "The Claims of Jesus About Himself" John 8:48-59 and answer the question from Faith Alive "Did You Know? 8:57 How old was Jesus? Jesus lived about thirty-three years here on earth. But Jesus was and is also God. As God, Jesus has always existed, even before Abraham was born thousands of years earlier.
 
In our Calendar History for March 11 from Book (1):



The first birthday was in 1893 on March 11 for Wanda GA'G, children's author and illustrator.



The next birthday was in 1916 on March 11 when Ezra Jack Keats, children's author, was born.



In 1934 on March 11 Sam Donaldson, American TV journalist was born.




The events for the day include:



Mary Shelley's thriller Frankenstein was published in 1818 on March 11. Book (1) says, "Most people think Frankenstein was a monster. Actually, though, Frankenstein was the doctor who created the monster in England author Mary Shelley's book. And the monster never had a name Frankenstein has been adapted in comic books, television shows, plays, and movies. Ask your (children) if they think monsters really exist. Why or why not? Can a monster be good? If the children met a monster, what would they do or say? Next ask each child to draw a monster and write about things it does. Afterward, post the drawings and stories." In 1850 Women's Medical College in Philadelphia became the First Medical School for Women. In 1861 The Constitution of the Confederacy was adopted in Montgomery, Ala.
 
 
We are moving into the move westward in our History Book. Grandma will cover a lot of it with Video's from Youtube. The first link will be called Trails. Next is Texas History and Sam Houston. Learn about the Manifest Destiny and the American-Mexican WarMexicans and Americans together and the Vaqueros, Vaqueros2. Last came the Gold Rush into California.
 
 
For reading Grandma is bring the Chinese New Year story, Another Story, and some Chinese Foods.
Enjoy and I hope it gives you enough.
 

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