Across Time and Place
Exploring the history, geography, languages, celebration days, cultures and customs of the world through living books, unit studies, field trips, projects and more.
BRENDI ,funny i should find this,i wa thinking on the way home about Miss Liberty and her baby shower...what about doing like Chalvia did for her wedding,paint a tree on canvas,let people do pinky/thumb prints on ink pads in whatever color you want for the flowers on the tree ,have them sign their 1st names by their prints and then hang it in her room
Spring Cherry Blossom Tree Craft - 100th anniversary of the cherry tree gift from Japan to Washington DC.
Journey North engages students in a global study of wildlife migration and seasonal change. K-12 students share their own field observations with classmates across North America. Find migration maps, pictures, standards-based lesson plans, activities and information. Widely considered a best-practices model for education, Journey North is the nation's premiere "citizen science" project for children. The general public is welcome
Great projects for geography study by following seasonal changes. Spring projects start soon.
Nesting geography - thumbs up for a great hands on visual idea to teach relationship of city to world.
Canadian History- Chronological Literature List
Book Reviews for Ancient Egypt
Native American suggestions both chapter and picture books
Books for World War 1, Australian/English titles
Book Titles for Early Church/Roman History
I just ordered "The Story of the World," and am saving this pin for when it arrives. There are so many amazing science and math and writing homeschooling activities, but so few good ones for history, and this book sounds fantastic! The kids are going to love the "build the Nile in your backyard" and "make a raft" activities.
SOTW1 - Hands on Activities for chapters 1-13