Written by Marvin Badler

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a side entrance against intruders. However, when this PIR detects movement,repparttar base unit plays “Intruder on patio” and triggers a floodlight using one of four relays included onrepparttar 147818 base unit. System-6 can monitor all three zones simultaneously and still have three additional zones available when needed. Users can alter their messages and placerepparttar 147819 wireless sensors wherever they wish. Voice Alert System-6 sets up in minutes and can be completely customized to fit their individual needs. The wireless PIRs feature: all weather protection, adjustable mounting and sensitivity, and can send a signal 300 feet through walls and up to 1000 feet in open space. "Originally I had doubts about a 'wireless' product, but not anymore! My wife and I loverepparttar 147820 Voice Alert. It's so easy to setup and record our own messages. Sometimes we change them for fun, like last Halloween. Now we are notified when someone is coming up our walkway, enters our garage, or comes aroundrepparttar 147821 backyard. This is a great product!" -- Kent G., Portland, Oregon http://www.thespymart.com/voicealert.htm

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Parents --- Homeschooling Can Take a Lot Less Time Than You Think

Written by Joel Turtel

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So, according torepparttar authors, if home-schooled children study for only two hours a day, year round, they will get three times more educational hours on academic basics like reading, writing, and arithmetic than public-school students get.

Not only does teaching your childrepparttar 147817 basics at home take far less time than you thought, but teaching these skills is even easier today because parents now have allrepparttar 147818 educational resources available to them that we’ve already noted. Also, bookstores like Barnes and Noble and Borders have whole sections full of books about teaching your child to read, write, and do basic math, as well as books that will interest and challenge young readers.

Once your children learn to read well,repparttar 147819 whole world of learning opens to them. They can explore any subject that interests them, and read ever more difficult material by themselves in books or onrepparttar 147820 computer. For a small subscription fee, your children can studyrepparttar 147821 entire Encyclopedia Britannica onrepparttar 147822 Internet. They can access almost every major library inrepparttar 147823 world throughrepparttar 147824 Internet, includingrepparttar 147825 Library of Congress. If your kids love to read and learn,repparttar 147826 Internet provides unlimited resources.

Once your children read fluently, you can point them towards your local library or bookstore, supervise their studies, and see where their interests lie. Your job is to introduce your kids to as many different subjects and resources as possible. Have them take art classes atrepparttar 147827 local YMCA, library, or arts and crafts store. Introduce them to different kinds of music. See if they enjoy a music lesson onrepparttar 147828 piano, guitar, or drums. Give them classic novels by great authors to read.

Most home-schooling parents spend about three to four hours a day homeschooling their kids. The key point to remember is that you have many options and a vast amount of educational resource material available to help you homeschool your children and quickly teach themrepparttar 147829 basics. When you take advantage of this material, home-schooling can be fairly easy and take much less time than you think.

Joel Turtel is the author of “Public Schools, Public Menace: How Public Schools Lie To Parents and Betray Our Children." Website: www.mykidsdeservebetter.com, Email: lbooksusa@aol.com, Phone: 718-447-7348. Article Copyrighted © 2005 by Joel Turtel. NOTE: You may post this Article on another website only if you set up a hyperlink to Joel Turtel’s email address and website URL, www.mykidsdeservebetter.com.

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