Like most of my friends from the Midwest, I was brought up in a conservative household. I was raised with Judeo-Christian values. And I was encouraged by my church to always vote Republican because they were the more “Christian” option. I find that last point hilarious because if you look at the Republican party’s track record, you’ll find they consistently do the opposite of what … Continue reading Day 79: Studying History Made me Liberal
I love studying. I especially love history and geography. And since there’s going to be a little more lock down time left, I’ve decided to start studying countries grouped by continent. South America seems like a good start. This week I want to memorize the following pertaining to South America: history geography country capitals country flags famous people culture cuisine My favorite resources to study … Continue reading Day 64: How much do you know about South America?
How many countries can you locate on a map? How many U.S. state capitals do you know? How much history have you studied? If you’re looking for a productive way to spend your time, why not try one of the many educational tools designed to help students with geography, history, chemistry, mathematics, and other educational topics. These are just a few of my favorites: Geography … Continue reading QUARANTINE CHALLENGE #2: Brush up on your geography (and other educational topics)