Christian Kindergarten Plant Lesson 5: Leaves

So amazing that bio solar panels existed before we even knew what a solar panel was!

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This is part five of a five part Christian Home School Lesson Series for first graders on plants that aims to fulfill the Science Content Standards from the California Department of Education.

Lesson 5: Leaves

Purpose: To explore and know more about God’s creation of leaves.

Book(s) read:

John Farndon, Leaves.

Elaine Pascoe, Leaves and Trees.

Other tools:

Paper

Pencil

Crayons

Measuring tape

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn general knowledge about leaves.
  2. Learn the vocabulary concerning leaves.
  3. Illustrate what is learned in this lesson about leaves.
  4. Learn a spiritual lesson concerning God’s creation of leaves.

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Presuppositional Apologetics’ Links: Early January 2019

Onward, 2019!

Whoa!  2018 has come and gone!  It left me sixty years old and tired to the bone.  Still, I learned a lot this past year, especially dealing with my work.  I can now publish on Kindle, and run a webcomic almost completely free.  To note some further accomplishments, I completed The GlymyreScape Player’s Manual and got a handle on the ‘Game Master’s Guide’!  As the old year spirited away and vanished however, the new year bested its accomplishments on the third day.  My new grandson was born, and that’s a pretty hard event to outdo.  Yeah, I thank The Good Lord for all my grandchildren and consider them each a Blessing that I don’t deserve.

Believe it or not, I have been working on page 35 of Glymyre Tales.  The drawing of each panel has been completed, and tomorrow I plan to do the coloring, shading and special effects.  Hopefully, I can get a schedule going and produce a lot more work.  We’ll see.

“Glymyre Tales” is Going to Blogger

Yeah, I decided that was a better platform for a webcomic.  WordPress dot com has a wonderful community (which is why I’m leaving my blog here), but it just isn’t very accommodating to webcomics.  Here, the community is the strength.  At blogger, it’s the ease and freedom of design.  Even so, a serious drawback at blogger was the commenting system.  It seemed a bit primitive, and I was a tad worried that it would discourage my readers from commenting until I discovered that you can install Disqus there.  Disqus is a wonderful commenting service that easily fits the needs of a webcomic!  Go check it out for yourself!  Just click on this craftily crafted link!  Oh!  And don’t forget to leave a comment there and tell me what you think!