World War Two Maritime, Naval Lesson Plans

 I'm a former homeschool mom and if there is one thing I know, it's how to sniff out cheap, educational experiences! The kids are grown but we still think that way. On our most recent trip to Louisiana, my husband researched an inexpensive venue that was well-received by everyone. Well, I say "venue" but it was really a boat--a WWII naval destroyer, the U.S.S.Kidd. And here are printable lesson plans on U.S. military naval vessels from WWII. Must-Visit USS Kidd Destroyer in Baton Rouge 

How to Organize Writing by Outline, Write 10 Short, Quality Articles

I'm a full-time online freelancer. Between all my writing jobs and the 55 blogs I maintain, I compose roughly 2,000 to 5,000 words per work day. So the 400 character posts like those we write on Bubblews are a piece of cake, even considering I write about twice the minimum. Here's how to outline and organize a series of 10 quality pieces of content.  How to Write 10 Quality Bubblews Posts in an Hour

Why Catholics Give Up Things for Lent, Spiritual and Physical Fasting

Today on Ash Wednesday, Catholics begin Lent which follows Christ’s passion, death and resurrection at Easter. Part of our Lenten practice is to fast from vices or luxuries in imitation of Christ’s sufferings. We deny ourselves to get closer to God. Here are tips for kids on celebrating Lent.Why Catholics Give Up Things for Lent, Spiritual and Physical Fasting

Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday, Lent Activities

 Mardi Gras, (Fat Tuesday, Pancake Day) anticipates Ash Wednesday and Lent. Although used synonymously with the Carnival ("farewell to the flesh") celebration, Mardi Gras is one day. It is also called "Shrove Tuesday." "Shrove" or "shriven" means to be purged. Here are activities for to transition from Fat Tuesday feasting into Ash Wednesday and Lent.Shrove Tuesday, Ash Wednesday and Lent Activities for Families

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