PROJECT: dyes contact Julie India Flint - the scent of eucalyptus
India Flint - the scent of eucalyptus
oil_water_project - dj to make for trixie
15 Simple Nature Crafts for Kids
great quote -Maria Montessori.
Loved doing this with DJ, looking forward to doing it with dolly! Bring a basket of loose parts, natural materials and other pieces to the water table. First ask them to guess which sink or float and then ask them to see if they were right or not.This activity is good to see how materials interact with water.
A Teacher's Idea - and a good one! This is a very simple, low-cost way of learning how to read the time in digital AND analogue. We'd suggest building it into the daily routine, asking your child to show you what times they usually do things; or even alongside a working clock - set a time on the learning clock, and when the real clock matches it, it's time for a treat!
Algodoo.... great for teachers and students to learn how to demonstrate the properties of physics in a digital environment. It is a simple downloadable program that is effective at showing the principles of gravity, weight, mass, and other scientific properties. This is a really cool program that can easily make some tough to understand principles clear for students.
Star fall phonics for Trixie bells
uptoten.com Another website where I had to pin the ad because there were no images. this website is bilingual, you can switch between French and English. It is HUGE, so there is a lot on there for toddlers but someone older will probably have to help with navigation to the games. Once they get into the game, the mousing and keyboarding is simple enough in many of them for a toddler.
UpToTen - the fun place to learn online
LEGO homeschool! Oodles of lesson plans and more for every grade and subject
64 Crayola crayons with labels stating the chemicals that will make those colors! Instead of thinking “I want green” they will think “I want Barium Nitrate Ba(NO3)2 Flame” and then when they take chemistry in high school and their teacher sets some gas on fire and it makes a green color and they ask the class what chemical it was your student will know it was Barium. Awesomely nerdy!
64 Crayola crayons with labels stating the chemicals that will make those colors.