Continent Boxes~ Europe!
These are continents in a box. I love the idea that children can explore the continent (looking through pictures of places, animals, people, etc). Possible center?
Continent Boxes~ Europe!
These are continents in a box. I love the idea that children can explore the continent (looking through pictures of places, animals, people, etc).
Year 01/Lesson 15: The Seasons
What You'll Need: scriptures, primary songbook, activity print outs, tape or poster putty. If making the treat please check the ingredient...
Learning About Landforms - Around the Kampfire
Help your primary grade students explore, learn, and write about landforms. See our hands-on landforms activities plus our culminating writing project!
Landforms & Map Skills Unit BUNDLE
Make learning about geography come to life with this landforms and map skills bundle unit for young learners! Your students will have the opportunity to explore the landforms that shape our Earth, as well as beginning map skills. This bundle contains a variety of printables, projects, crafts, and mu...
Paper Plate Continents
While the globes in the previous post are a wonderful representation, using paper mache can be quite an undertaking. I came up with the ide...
We just finished our rock and minerals unit in science. One of the best activities we did was this Starburst Rock Cycle. I can't take credit for it and if you know who came up with the idea, please let me know so that I can thank them! My kids absolutely loved this lesson and can really identify the different types of rocks now! We started off our unit with three different centres to classify the three types of rocks; igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. Anything hands on is always a blast…
A Rockin' Good Time
Rocks, man, rocks! How much fun does teaching about rocks sound? About as much fun as teaching about soil ! Thanks to Reading A-Z, an Aims ...
The Homeschool Den
Our blog has moved to homeschoolden.com. This is the older version of our blog... which shared the homeschooling adventures of our kids who were 8 (LD), 6 (DD) and 3 1/2 (ED) (and the years up until then!). If you are looking for all our science and history packets (and math/language arts/etc!!) -- you'll find them at our new home! homeschoolden.com
NEW! Loaves of Landforms
A foundation in geography begins with an understanding of the terms geographers use to describe the features of Earth. Help students grow their vocabulary and learn to recognize common landforms such as islands, lakes, peninsulas, gulfs, straits, and isthmuses in a hands-on lesson using soft and squishy slices of bread!
FREE Printable Maps for Kids
FREE Maps - free printable maps of world, continents, australia, united states, europe and more both blank and labeled