I love CurrClick's resources!
In fitting with our Little House on the Prairie study, I wanted to pass this notice along for a one day online class CurrClick and Lessons Worth Learning are offering.
Here's the info...go check it out and get registered:
|December 5, 2011|
|2:00 pm Central Time (UTC-6)|
|2:00 pm your time|
A Pioneer Christmas in America is a live class all about pioneer life in America and how they celebrated Christmas. Monday December 5th at 2 pm Central Time
Come share an old-fashioned Christmas with me!
I will send out a project pack of ideas before class begins. These can be used for follow up after the class, or to share in class with us by emailing a picture of a completed project.
*A project is not required. You can just join us to enjoy the class.
Check out my other seasonal classes, also!!
Date of Class
This class will meet at 2 pm Central Time on Monday, December 5. Plan for a about a 1 1/2 hour class. This should give us time for class participation as well.
What You Need
The class will meet in the virtual classroom. It is suggested that you have a headset with microphone for best results. You can use the computer speakers for the whole family to participate. You can also use the chat box to participate in class.
This is a special price. You pay only once for the whole family to enjoy!
If you enjoyed my Pioneer Christmas class last year, you will still enjoy this one. I always add new things each year.
About the Teacher
Loretta Rhodes is a homeschool mom of 4, ranging in age from 4-18. She has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Athens University, Athens, AL and has been teaching for 20 years, both public and private classes. She loves teaching. Her classes are interactive, meaning that she loves to do Q&A discussions with the students, group work, and interesting projects. "I love to have the children get involved in learning, so that learning becomes an awesome experience for them." You can contact her at email@example.com. She would love to hear from you!
All Lessons Worth Learning classes are taught from a Christian worldview perspective.