Kids begging to watch a movie, but you’re just not sure if it’s appropriate?
These websites will give you a good idea about the movie’s content.
I used this tonight – I was missing one can of condensed soup for a casserole recipe I wanted to make for dinner. Worked out perfectly!
3 tablespoons butter
3 tablespoons white flour
1/2 cup chicken stock
1/2 cup milk
Salt and pepper
Find a method that works for you. Here’s what we’ve found that works well for a lot of people:
Let’s say you need to study a chapter for history class.
Before you read the chapter, go thru and write out the vocabulary words (the ones in bold) on a piece of paper.
Go to the glossary and add the definitions. (I like to highlight the vocab words.)
If you will be answering questions from the chapter, pre-read the questions.
Then go ahead and read the chapter.
When you notice where a possible answer to a question might be, mark down the page number with the topic on the back of your vocab sheet. You can refer to this later.
While the information is still fresh in your mind, answer the questions. *hint* Generally, the questions are in same order that the chapter was presented in. So if you are searching for an answer to #3. Check out where you found #2 and #4 and look between.
Then take a much needed break. Yay!
When test day nears, pull out the vocab sheet and have a friend or family member quiz you on the definitions. First by giving you the definition and you provide the vocab word, then the other way around.
If there are history dates or important people involved, quiz on those too.
I didn’t know half of these, did you?