Author: Nurre

Creating Homeschool Explorers!

Read more at our blog!   Transform Your Homeschool Students into Explorers! Many parents have the desire to see their children become homeschool explorers. I understand that inclination. I grew up in a small town in Montana. Hardin, to be precise! It is located on the edge of the Crow Indian reservation in south central […]

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From Public School to Homeschool

From Public School to  Homeschool Check out this fun resource for your kids! 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 school year. All of […]

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Dust Bowl

Note: It seems appropriate to remember some of our past history as a nation, especially in tough times. I hope this will be an encouragement to you! Learn more about this area of the country in our Geology and the Midwest Kit!   Dust Bowl Trust in the Lord and do good. Dwell in the […]

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How Do You Teach 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 many times. In fact, at a recent convention, one attendee said that she had been avoiding us for years, and thought […]

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Kids Love Dinosaurs!

Kids love dinosaurs! Kids love dinosaurs! What kid doesn’t already know the classification names of creatures that you have never heard of before? Sure, you know T.rex. But do you know Anatotitan? Colepiocephale? What about  Piatnitzkysaurus?! Which only goes to show you that, as always, our kids are way ahead of us. They know all […]

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Creation and Evolution

For help with apologetics, check out our book!   Creation and Evolution:  Somebody always knows more than you do!   Especially when it comes to talking about creation and evolution, you can count on it: somebody always “knows” more than you. You say, “Well, of course they do. I can’t possibly know all the information […]

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Rockhounding Tools

Rockhounding Tools For help in your rockhounding:    Rockhounding Tools So you want to go out and do some rockhounding. How do you do it? What kinds of things should I carry with me? When it comes to rockhounding tools, it is a pretty short list. But having these things along with you will make […]

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Yellowstone National Park and the Flood

Yellowstone National Park and the Genesis Flood Sign up for our family tour!  Yellowstone Creation Adventure!   Try a free lesson  from our book, The Geology of Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park and the Genesis Flood Our national parks are wonderful places to vacation with your family.  And there really is no place like Yellowstone National […]

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National Park Week

Check at the bottom of the page for a promo code to get 10% off  of 6 of our National Park Kits! Or get a quick taste by downloading a free chapter from Geology and Our National Parks. National Park Week Spring is just around the corner. And with spring comes National Park Week! This […]

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Rock Tumbling Secrets

Rock Tumbling Secrets Want to get some more great info on tumbling rocks? Check out our kit,  “How to Polish Your Own Stones.” Watch a short video about rock tumbling! Rock Tumbling Secrets There is a beach out on Whidbey Island (that’s in Puget Sound here in Washington state) that we love to take groups […]

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