An Imaginational World for Kids

Homeschool Blogger
October 16, 2008, 6:31 pm
Filed under: Family

Hey! If you are a homeschooler or a homeschooling parent, you can check out! It’s a homeschool site for kids and adults!


August 18, 2008, 5:33 pm
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Hi everyone. The school year has begun! And a lot of kids are anxious to get back to school! I hope everyone has a great school year! Just remember not to be rude! 🙂 Sorry I haven’t written lately.

Grocery Story Wars
May 26, 2008, 6:51 pm
Filed under: Videos


A Homeschool Family
May 12, 2008, 4:29 pm
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A cute little video on homeschooled families.


Some people say we’re goofy, mysterious and spooky. Our neighbors think we’re kooky, a home school family.

We drive a white conversion, we learn about the Persians, our six year old’s a surgeon, a home school family.

We learn about creation, and classic education, we’re sponsoring a Haitian , a home school family.

The parents are the tutors, we build our own computers, we never go to Hooters, a home school family.

There’s recess in the foyer, and than we read Tom Sawyer, our nine year old’s a lawyer, a home school family.

We never leave our dwelling, our children are excelling, they’re champions at spelling, a home school family!


Questions About Life?
April 17, 2008, 1:52 pm
Filed under: Family, News

Have a question about something going on in your life? Maybe a friendship crisis? A question about something bugging you? Come ask your questions here.

My Club Penguin Blog
April 15, 2008, 1:15 am
Filed under: Uncategorized

I have a club penguin blog if you didn’t know. If you’re lost on where a pin is or you need help on a misson, visit, See you there! And feel free to coment! 🙂

Tomato Rot?
April 10, 2008, 7:23 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized

This happened to one my tomatoes from my tomato plant today.

Buckeye RotPhytophthora parasitica

Buckeye rot is one of a number of fruit rotting diseases that attacks both green and ripe fruit, especially where the fruit touches the soil. The lesion is rounded with alternating bands of light and dark brown in concentric circles. The lesion appears water-soaked at first, but later may become leathery on the surface.
Staking or plastic mulch to prevent fruit from contacting the soil is an effective control. The disease is worse in hot, wet weather. Fungicides offer little control to soil-contact type diseases. This is the link to the website.