Author: Nurre

Shark Week!

Shark Week Thirty years and counting, Shark Week is coming – it starts August 9! Why is it that people are drawn to these unusual creatures? It can’t be because they are cuddly and fuzzy. So I can only guess that it is because of how mysterious and dangerous they seem to be. Add to […]

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Four Steps to Making a Geology Museum

Four Steps to Making a Geology Museum Many of you know that we used to have a wonderful museum, called the Geology Learning Center. But we had to close it when the owner of the building decided to sell the space, so that it could be developed into condos. But that is a whole other […]

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Mt. St. Helens

Mt. St. Helens If you have lived in the Pacific Northwest for any length of time, then you know that there is a nasty threat that hangs over our heads daily, although most of us don’t truly think twice about it. On a clear day, I can look north and see Mt. Baker. If I […]

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Scripture and Geology

 Scripture and Geology Is Scripture a part of your geology study?  If you haven’t been adding in the appropriate sections of Scripture that deal with geology, you might want to slam on the brakes. When you teach geology, it is almost not possible to teach it without drawing in Scripture or worldview. That is quite […]

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How To Teach Geology, Part 2

How to Teach Geology, Part 2 Figuring out just how to teach, or what to teach your kids when it comes to geology can be a daunting task. Hopefully, we removed some of that a few weeks back, when I talked a bit about how to teach geology, focusing on some of the whys, and […]

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Exploring and Dreaming

Subscribe to our Youtube channel for our Geo Talks! They are a great way to learn more about what you will find when you are out exploring. Click here. Exploring and Dreaming I grew up in a small town in Montana. Hardin, to be precise! It is located on the edge of the Crow Indian […]

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From Public School to Homeschool

From Public School to  Homeschool Check out this fun resource for your kids! Fun Geology Brick Challenge I know that many of you are probably trying to figure out just how to go from public school to homeschool now that your kids are at home, with your local schools closed for the rest of the […]

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Dust Bowl Days

Note: It seems appropriate to remember some of our past history as a nation, given the times that we currently going through. I hope this will be an encouragement to you! Dust Bowl Days Trust in the Lord and do good. Dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness. Psalm 37:3 We’re going to go a […]

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Geology in Your Kitchen

Geology in Your Kitchen So you are at home like everybody else in the country. And whether or not you needed to self-quarantine, your kids are now at home with you, too. Closing schools was never anybody’s expectation when we started the school year. But it is where we find ourselves, now. So what are […]

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How Do You Teach Geology

Want to learn some of the lingo of geology? Check out this short, online class. Taking the Mystery Out of Geology How Do You Teach Geology? (Part 1) “I really don’t want to teach geology.” “My state doesn’t have a requirement for teaching that.” “My child isn’t interested in science.” We’ve heard these same thoughts […]

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