Posts Tagged ‘Ancient Egypt’
Does your children and family enjoy listening to adventures? My kids really enjoy listening to audio drams, especially the ones that keep you on your seat and you want to keep listening because you want to know what happens next. Heirloom Audio Productions has a new audio drama out called The Cat of Bubastes. This audio drama is great for the whole family.
Our Homeschool weeks are going pretty good. Although we had a couple bumps in the road on Week 3 and 4. The kids to seem to really enjoy what we have been doing. Of course Dakota still has his grumbly moments. Brittany of course she loves to learn so there really are no grumbly moments.
Students LOVE to learn about King Tut and Ancient Egypt! Download a FREE lesson for kids about Ancient Egypt and jump into King Tut’s history! The freebie has several activities included in this pack, including reading comprehension, math review, map skills, and timeline practice, so there are a multiple ways to use them.
Use these fun pages to practice place value and/or addition and subtraction skills! Page 12 of the King Tut Mini-Unit Freebie asks students use the symbols to determine the number. The following page goes a step further and asks students add or subtract numbers.
History is one of our favorite subjects in this house. When looking at curriculum for history, I try to find ones that seem intriguing and involve hands on activities. Home School in the Woods has some really awesome projects for history. We are currently working on Project Passport World History Study: Ancient Egypt. You can spread this across 8 – 12 weeks. This particular project is for grades 3 – 8.
My son Dakota has High Functioning Autism. Most of you who follow me already know that. This year I decided to homeschool my son considering how stressed he was at school. Yes the school did try to be creative and they really did try to accomodate him. However it just wasn’t enough to rid the stress and anxiety of being at school.