Do your children love reading adventures? If so they will love Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree by Star Toaster. This reading app is geared for kids 7 and up. This is a chapter book and so much more.
Orphs of the Woodlands at Tangletree incorporates not only reading comprehension, but vocabulary and other fun subjects into your child’s learning. It is a 122 pages long. It does have very cute graphics throughout the chapters. When I said it incorporated other subjects I meant it. There are 75 lessons on math, science, grammar, vocabulary, thinking skills, and the arts.
First Grade Dolch Word Worksheets is fresh off the press. It contains 41 dolce words and is 49 pages long. The worksheets are filled with flashcards, and word worksheets that contain: read, trace, write, color, and find.
You can preview a couple pages on currclick. It is for sale for $1.99
Stay tuned as Second and Third Grade Dolch Word Worksheets are coming soon!
Hot of the Presses!! I created the second set of Dolch Word Worksheets. This set is the Primer Dolch Words which is for Kindergarten. There are 52 Dolch Words in this set.
The packet contains flash cards and a worksheet for each word. The worksheets are Read, Trace, Write, Color, and Find the word. There are 61 pages total in this set.
Stay tuned at I will be publishing First, Second, and Third grade within the next two weeks. You will have the choice to purchase them separately or in a bundle.
If your looking to add a little change to your history class, I suggest checking out the amazing audio dramas from Heirloom Audio Productions. The audio dramas will keep you on the edge of your seat and keep your child very engaged. We have really enjoyed listening to Beric The Briton, for this review.
Beric The Briton is a story about faith, grace, sacrifice, and redemption. It is set back in the time period when Nero was King of Rome and the ruler of Britannia was Queen Boadicea. Britannia was at the time living under Roman occupation.
Learn how to make your own paper plate sundial! It is super easy to make and it is fun to observe time as it passes. The reason for the sundial experiment was we are learning about astronomy. Today we talked about calendars, moon phases, constellations, and seasons. People used these different things to tell what time or season it was.
A sundial is a clock that uses the suns position to tell time. The sundial has a rod that sticks up and the rod casts a shadow. On the surface there are markings that are used to tell time.