3 Fun Educational Websites for Early Learners with Guest Host Justin Lowmaster – WHS 168

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I am on a bit of a hiatus due to surgery. I asked a few friends to help me out with episodes while I recovered. The first guest host is Justin Lowmaster.

Justin and I have known each other for quite a while now. He listened to my defunct Jesus Geek podcast and has helped me with other podcasting projects in the past.

About Justin Lowmaster

justin-lowmasterJustin Lowmaster was homeschooled and wired from a very young age. He now has achieved level 31 in years, and has a wife she is much nicer looking than him, and has sired a son and a daughter, with a third child on the way. Send help.

For hobbies Justin games with his friends and families, occasionally writes for pure pleasure, and more often writes for the Guard Frequency podcast. In addition to humans, chickens also reside on their urban farm.

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Link Mentioned in This Episode

Starfall.com
Jumpstart.com
GPALearn.com
Review of GPA Learn

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