Posts Tagged ‘Homeschool’
I have been on a mission to find some science curriculum for my daughter who is a kindergarten level. I was looking for online sites to subscribe to, free sites, and even curriculum to buy. Well I stumbled on some really good finds. Now I have a wide variety to choose from .
Easy Peasy – All In One Homeschool - Has a whole year of curriculum laid out for Kindergarten through High School on many different subjects not just science. Thought this was a bonus. I haven’t really looked over everything but there was some great ideas there.
Welcome to the Homeschool Art Blog Hop. You don’t have to be a homeschooler to link up but your post does have to pertain to art. This was inspired by my son who wants to learn different techniques to painting as well as his love for arts and crafts. Who doesn’t like seeing kids art work? I love it! It also gives a chance to to try something new with our kids.
Welcome to the first Homeschool Art Blog Hop. I wanted to have a button made for it this week but I got a little behind. This blog hop was inspired by my son who absolutely loves crafts and art. Each week we are learning something new and I thought it would be a great thing to share. You don’t have to be a homeschooler to share your kids artwork or your own artwork and art techniques. I thought it would be a great learning experience and I absolutely love seeing arts and crafts!
This past week we have talked a little bit about predators and prey in science. One of the experiments we did was a camouflage experiment. What I really liked about this experiment was that it really showed a good example of animals that are able to camouflage themselves in their environment and those that cannot. I felt it was easier to explain which animals could reproduce and be of mass existence and those that were on the verge of extinction. Well to me it was more visual for my son to understand.
Welcome to Day 3 of St. Patrick’s Day Printables. Today I focused on preschool. I created three sets of Sizing graphics. Your child can sort from biggest to smallest and smallest to biggest. All you have to do is click the blue link you see in this blog post. Enjoy!