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used as an adjective to describe something
1. of ample or good size, ex: a goodly amount.
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3. Archaic. of good quality, ex: a goodly gift.

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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

How It's Made Show

Plastic jars--how are they made?

My close friends and family know that I don't have cable.  With a limited budget, cable television is in the back burner.  That's the same for dry cleaning, which I have never, ever used...well, except for hubby's uniforms.  I guess that's why I miss out on shows like, How It's Made.  Fortunately, my hubby found the show on Netflix.

According to Wikipedia, the show has a total of 234 shows.  Netflix has a collection of about 130 episodes, seasons one through seven.  That's good enough for me.  The list of episodes features such features as for how aluminum foil, plastic bags, and bricks are made.

I personally look forward to seeing the episode about how plastic jars are made.  Will I be lucky enough to find it?  I don't know, but I will enjoy watching the episodes with my family.  I hope you all will look into it, too.

Well, thanks for viewing this quick blog entry about the How It's Made show, which can be used in our home schools.

How about you, my readers?  Have you ever seen How It's Made?  If so, did you learn something new?  Did you children learn something that interested them?  I think a show like How It's Made is a wonderful, economical method to learn about science in action.  I believe in finding technological tools to help in the home school; I hope you would consider using technology in your schools, too. 

I pray that God gives you all, my beloveds, His wisdom and peace.

This has been an entry for the Technology Tuesdays series.  Please visit my Technology Tuesdays webpage for a list of my previous entries.

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