Monthly Archives: July 2015


The Maritime Forest

By | July 13th, 2015|Teacher Updates|

Any Living Science student who has been on an expedition to Jekyll Island, GA will be familiar with this topic. The maritime forest is a unique habitat for birds, animals, and insects, and boasts such unusual sights as the “old man’s beard” hanging from the branches of the ubiquitous Live Oak trees. Join Mrs. D [...]

God in Today’s Technology

By | July 13th, 2015|Teacher Updates|

By: Traci Martin From computers to phones and even our cars, technology has become an integral part of modern day life and has transformed how we communicate and how information is shared. What better information to share than the truth of Jesus Christ! The Internet is able to reach parts of the world that are [...]

Not Your Average Spanish Class

By | July 13th, 2015|Teacher Updates|

By: Beverly Dingley Hmmm… The suggested title for a blog post gave me pause. My flesh wants to delight you with tales of all the magnificent things we do and how my Spanish instruction is superior to all other. Alas, that is not true.  Three of our children gradated from Cherokee county public schools and [...]

Bird Watching at the Rookery

By | July 13th, 2015|Mrs. D's Favorite Places|

Mrs. D lays yet another foundation for working with children. This time, she explores bird life in one of her favorite places, and applies some biblical principles about children. Enjoy!

The History of Thanksgiving

By | July 13th, 2015|Teacher Updates|

By: Tammy Largin “Every good and perfect gift…” James 1:17 “No people ought to feel greater obligations to celebrate the goodness of the Great Disposer of Events of the destiny of Nations than the people of the United States. . . And to the same Divine Author of Every Good and Perfect Gift we are [...]

Caretta Caretta or Loggerhead Turtles

By | July 13th, 2015|Mrs. D's Favorite Places|

By Mrs. D  (Co-Founder of Living Science Home Studies, Inc.) As we walked onto the beach for the first time this summer, there it was, right next to the access path…a turtle nest.    Our two little grandsons were delighted and very excited. They asked me how the turtle put the eggs there, how deep [...]