Worksheet: Scripture Decoding Fun!
Hi - I hope that all went well today with
As I sit here on the sofa, I look out my window and see the sunshine
reflecting off the snow and watch smoke curling out of a fireplace
chimney. It is just happy and cheerful out today.
Well, maybe it's just me feeling happy and cheerful today!
Anyway, Nathan and Ryan have been into "codes" lately. And we've been
passing back and forth papers with messages and a code to crack. We do
give a hint as to the pattern of the coding, but you still have to think
When sharing one with their Dad, Wade said, "You know, when we were in
high school, your Mom would write me notes in code that I had to figure
I had completely forgotten about that! Poor Wade...he must have really
liked me to spend hours trying to figure out the code and the letter I had
written! I didn't even give him a clue as to the pattern of the code.
Do your kids like codes? Well, today I created a simple one that just
takes addition and subtraction knowledge to cover a range of elementary
ages and have posted it on the
Homeschool Cookbook home page for anyone to use:
So, if you have little de-coders running around your house,
print this sheet and let them have some fun, practice math, and end up
with a Scripture to memorize or just talk about.
Laura Bankston is
author of the Cooking with Kids Curriculum:
Cooking With Kids System In a Box and the Homeschool Cookbook. She
currently home schools her three children, maintains home school support
websites, and manages their family-owned service business. For
information on her curriculum and free home school support services,
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