Outside: Build a Tree What does a tree need and what does it do? Find out by playing “Build a Tree” from Sharing Nature Worldwide . This is an outside game that involves your entire class with students becoming various parts of a tree using actions and sounds. Even children as young as five can learn tree parts, including: heartwood, taproot, lateral roots, sapwood, cambium/phloem, branches…
Maple Syrup 101: When Do I Tap My Tree?
With sugaring season almost upon us, many folks are already setting their eyes on a nearby stand of maple trees and getting ready to set taps, run lines …
What Is Father Wearing?
By Eddie O'Neill. The meaning of vestments in the Church
Fathers and Sons (Why the tension?)
There comes a day, typically sometime early in the preadolescent years, when dad loses his superpowers in the eyes of his son. The boast, “My dad is stronger than your dad,” becomes a distant memory. The once
Gift Guide: Father's Day
This Father's Day, instead of getting your dad yet another tool for his toolbox, or a pair of his favorite socks, buy him one of these Storey titles.
How Important Are Fathers?
How important are fathers? "And he shall go before him in the spirit and power of Elias, to turn the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the disobedient to the wisdom of the just; to make
How America Saves Trees
It's a common assumption: if paper comes from trees, then using paper must be bad for forests, right? Wrong. American-manufactured paper actually benefits our nation's forestland and is a driving force in maintaining it for future generations "It may seem counterintuitive, but the responsible production and use of paper is sustainable and helps keep forest land in the U.S. as forests," said Kate McGlynn, Product Environmental…
10 Terrible Fathers in Literature
For Father’s Day, Fictional Dads Who Are Worse than Yours
Articles: Magical Tree Oracle: What Do the Trees Have to Tell You?
The Llewellyn Journal allows our readers to connect with the various new age and metaphysical topics about which they seek further information, through in-depth, free articles written by both professional and up-and-coming writers.
Fathers and Sons: Lessons from Presidents
Our previous three presidents model three different approaches to fathers...
How To Make A Family Tree Book
We offer printing and publishing for family history books, genealogies, memoirs and more. Easily and quickly make a family tree book at 48 Hr Books!
Bump into a tree. See what falls.
Jesus talked about judging a tree. Here’s some stuff he didn’t say: “Want to know what kind of tree you’re dealing with? Just ask the tree. If it talks a good game, you can trust it.” “You know wha…
What Is the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil?
The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil is a prime example of physical reality highlighting spiritual truth (see John 3:12). To begin with, God placed the tree in the middle of Paradise as a test; Satan perverted it as a temptation. In eating from the tree about which God said, “When you eat …
Why Fathers should be acting as an aggressive force for good
Pastor Kenny Luck on why it's time to wake the sleeping giant of men's unique qualities, and how they can step up to help build stronger relationships with their wives and their children.
Our Best Father's Day Gift Guide Ever!
I may know what you're thinking: Father's Day? What! When? The answer is yes, Sun., June 18. But don't panic. You still have more than a week to make it a
Happy Father's Day from What's In The Bible
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7 Lessons I Learned As Father Of The Bride
I’ve been called a lot of things: clueless, grumpy, old curmudgeon. And those are my family and friends talking. So when our daughter, Maggie, was engage...
Why Do People Give Ties for Father's Day?
How to Pick the Right Plants to Showcase Your Trees
The right plants in the right place give your garden or yard a pleasing view. Here's a recipe for success to showcase smokebush in your yard.
How to Plant a Tree So That it Doesn't Die
Whose fitbit steps have multiplied in these last few weeks? I absolutely love watching the fitness numbers tick up as I bustle around the garden, spring cleaning, pruning and installing some new plants. It’s the epitome of the good type of multi-tasking. I’ve got a few significant projects that I’ve taken on for this…