This is a hands-on lesson plan on forensics, detectives, and CSI. Analyze fingerprints and hair samples, take mug shots, solve a real crime, and more! My lessons are geared toward 3rd-4th grade level children and their...
Here is the record of our homeschool journey into drawing, using Mona Brookes' Drawing with Children as our main resource.
Are you using Konos or curious about what hands-on unit studies look like in real life? Here are my pictures & lessons that describe our adventures as we roll up our sleeves and have F-U-N while learning! I have divided...
It's a bit hard to make, but the payoff is worth it because this minibook is impressive!
This biology webpage is about photosynthesis, Mitosis, Cell Organelles, and many other things. This page contains biology information, photos, videos, and study guides. Homeschool or public school.
Poetry notebooks can contain copied poems, composed poems, illustrations for poems, analysis of poetry, and biographies of poets. And any age student can keep a poetry notebook.
Homeschooling high school using notebook pages is a wonderful way to document learning in a personalized way. Tips and ideas!
Teaching the concept of more and less to preschool, kindergarten, and special needs students.
Vermeer makes a great artist for a Charlotte Mason styled artist study because there are no lengthy biographies to distract us from enjoying his art. Just dive in and enjoy his paintings.
A study of Pilgrim's Progress is a great choice for a homeschool unit study, literature study, or even Bible study. Here are ideas and resources for customizing your own Pilgrim's Progress study.