Posts Tagged ‘geography’
The kids and I really enjoy history. We currently had the chance to review a christian history fiction book called Shepherd, Potter, Spy — and the Star Namer by Peggy Consolver – Author. This book was biblically brought to life in a the most unique way ever. This book is geared for middle school to adult.
Homeschool Giveaways is having their annual Back to School Freebies right now! This is the biggest freebie event they have ever put together. You will get over $230 in FREE curriculum (no purchase necessary.) Click here to get all of this for free now, or scroll for a bit more info first.
These downloads are only available for a limited time, so I would be sure to check them out and download them right away.
For the past few weeks my children have had fun practice language and math concepts using the Complete Home Learning Suite by Essential Skills Advantage. This is a nice supplement to add into your homeschool. The subjects covered are math, reading, language & grammar, science and geography. The grades that this is geared for is K – 6.
The Arizona State WebQuest is a free printable available to you, to teach your child about the state of Arizona. If your not familiar with a web quest it is basically an inquiry-orientated lessons that uses the web to find the information.
In this printable I have listed the specific website or websites the child will use to search in order to find the answer to the questions. I also included a couple of drawing activities as well as videos, recipes and a craft idea to use with your study of Arizona.
Welcome to Week 3 of the Virtual Curriculum Fair. This weeks theme and topic is Exploring Our World: Social Studies and more Science. The co-hosts of this week’s curriculum fair are Susan from Homeschooling Hearts and Minds and Stacie from Super Mommy to the Rescue. The Clip Art on the Virtual Curriculum Fair button was done by Story Rock. You will notice a linky at the bottom of this post. The linky will take you to other homeschool bloggers that share what curriculum they like and what works for them. This is a great time to see different curriculum to give you an idea for future curriculum as well as a peek inside. I know I am always looking for new curriculum. If you would like to know more about the curriculum fair visit Susan’s Introduction Post so you can see what other topics have been covered and what is coming up.