Fun winter art projects for teens using mixed media. Through this amazing mixed media e-course, your family will have the opportunity to work on 20 different projects, right in your own home this season. Not really an artistic family? Don’t worry. You’ll be given a detailed supply list and the online videos walk you through each one step-by-step. My girls really loved creating their version of the snowman and we use it to decorate for winter. DIY for teens project. #art #homeschooling #teens
DIY Chalk Pastel Angel Ornament Every year, the girls and I make a new ornament to decorate our tree. This season, I wanted to find a way to incorporate an art lesson, so I turned to our favorite medium, chalk pastels. The girls choose a chalk design that we turned in to an ornament. Great DIY Christmas craft.
Completing a volcano project is the perfect way to add extra fun to your middle school geography, earth science, or ancient history studies. Use these hands-on activities to help your older kids learn about volcanoes. I've included our favorite - yummy volcano cupcakes. #handsonlearning #geography #science #ancienthistory
Science is full of cool, hands-on experiments that give kids the chance to explore their world. It's one of the few subjects that regularly brings concepts to life in real, tangible ways for students. It's incredibly fun to teach at home, especially when you add some of these science activities for middle school to your lesson plans. This year, let them see how awesome science can be. You'll find projects for chemistry, life science, physical science, and more. #science #middleschool #homeschool
I've been teaching my kids manners since they were little, but I'm not done yet. Etiquette is one of those life skills you're always working on because there are so many topics and situations teens need to figure out how to navigate. That's why it's a part of our homeschooling lesson plans. Check out what etiquette skills your middle school students should be working on and my #1 tip for how to teach them. #lifeskills #etiquette #highschool #middleschool
While learning about the Native Americans, spend some time learning about the support they gave to the colonists, specifically their experience in growing corn, a crucial food staple. As part of your history lesson, research corn recipes and make these delicious dishes. We loved the spoonbread! Make history exciting and work on an important life skill with your middle schooler. #USHistory #historicalcooking #handsonhistory
Tweens/teen can get a better understanding of what daily life was like during early American history with these creative hands-on history projects. Great for middle school history. There's such a wide variety of projects here, you'll definitely find something your teen will want to do. Don't make history boring! #colonialhistory #USHistory #handsonhistory.
As you learn about Medieval history in your homeschool this year, add some of these hands-on activities into your lesson plans for your kids. By getting out of the textbook, you'll show your teen just how exciting the Middle Ages can be. I've shared a variety of crafts and projects your middle schooler will love. My daughter's favorite was definitely building through history in Minecraft. Which one will you try first? #medievalhistory #historyisfun
Quick Teen Art Ideas It’s true that art projects take additional planning, but they don’t all have to take days or even hours to complete. If you’re looking for art projects that your older kids will enjoy, but won’t take much time to complete, give one of these a try. Great DIY idea for middle school homeschoolers. #art #middleschool
When studying geography with your middle school student, use these online websites as part of your lesson plans. They're useful, especially if your teen is learning facts about continents and countries. Plus, they help engage older kids and help them learn more about the countries and cultures of the world. We love the "day in the life" part of one of the websites listed. #geography #middleschool #onlinelearning
Around the World in 80 days is perfect for tweens who want to read about an epic journey. But don't just read the book, work on some book study activities to extend the adventure. Add these projects to your middle school language arts studies. My teens loved learning how to play Whist like in the story. Check out how to play. #reading #middleschool #languagearts