Looking for practical ways to teach your kids STEM topics? Today I share some suggestions for teaching your kids about STEM topics through everyday things like visiting the gas pump or watching sports. Continue Reading →
With the holidays just around the corner, you’ll want to make sure any gifts you’re giving to your kids are safe and ready to use when they’re unwrapped.
Michael and I talk about some of the things you’ll want to do before handing a pocket-computer over to your kids this Christmas. Continue Reading →
Dave Stotts has spent the last two decades in professional video and media production. His career in documentary production has taken him to nearly 30 countries to shoot and edit films on a wide variety of topics, including history, science, religion, homeland security, and Bible archaeology.
In 2004, Dave stepped in front of the camera to host the award-winning television series, Drive Thru History. DTH is a fun, fast-paced, content-rich history show that speeds through ancient civilizations, the Holy Land, and the founding of America, allowing the viewer to experience the people, places, and events that shaped our world and the Christian faith.
Now, with Drive Thru History Adventures, Dave Stotts takes the best of Drive Thru History® and combines it with an online world of curriculum and resources. The ultimate goal of DTH Adventures is to get kids fired up about learning important truths and becoming better human beings. Continue Reading →
Google recently held an event in New York City and announced three new products: Pixel 3, Slate, and Home Hub.
While these devices aren’t directly aimed at home education, I thought I’d write down some initial thoughts I had about each and how you could use them in homeschooling. Continue Reading →