In this video, Jennifer Easley Vaughn of Rainier Ridge Ranch explains how her family slaughters, cleans, and cuts their pasture raised chickens out in the open air. The process is very humane, and the chickens aren’t stressed by being taken to an unfamiliar place.
Are the kids stuck indoors, in the car, or just plain bored?
It’s lots of fun, and it keeps kids occupied. They also learn something useful that they may need someday, to communicate with someone who is deaf.
Isn’t it great to teach your kids something that they could later use to help a stranger? Or help them chat with a deaf friend?
And it’s always fun to learn a special new code. It’s really great for those times when kids need to keep quiet. Continue reading Learn Fingerspelling (You May Need it One Day)