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As your child engages in activities in this World Heritage Adventure, they will apply research and note taking skills, learn about a unique geographic location, be encouraged to use descriptive language, try out an art form related to the location, and more!
Looking for a great way for your child to keep track of the time they spend reading daily? You can also track the books your child reads monthly and yearly!
After your child has read Stuart Little by E. B. White, your child will stretch their brains and expand their vocabulary as they explore parts of speech!
Your child can learn a bit about the life and works of beloved author Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of The Secret Garden, A Little Princess and Little Lord Fauntleroy in a short video and complete a video response worksheet.
Your children will create fun and likely quite funny short stories as they provide parts of speech to fill in the blanks for missing words in a story. This activity is designed to have a little something for children of all ages. Take a look at the recommended adaptations for this lesson for different grade levels. Then, have fun getting in a little language arts practice (and some laughter) as a family.
Your child will learn a bit about the life and works of beloved author E. B. White in a short video and complete the following video response worksheet.
Family members of all ages are encouraged to think creatively and apply their writing skills as they generate poems about topics of their choice. They will tune in to their senses, notice things in their environment, and be encouraged to use creative vocabulary as they write.
Your child can learn about Katherine Johnson and how her amazing math skills helped put the first men on the moon in this watch and respond activity!
Learn about the woman who transformed the face of the Kenyan landscape by starting a movement that resulted in the planting of over 30 million trees, professor and Nobel Prize winner Wangari Maathai!
Your child can discover the life and works of one of the world’s earliest computer programmers, Ada Lovelace, in this watch and respond activity!
Introduce your child to the greatest female sniper, Lyudmila Pavlichenko, with this video and response activity.
If you would like your child to learn how to load the dishwasher or if they have been doing it for some time, but need a refresher on how to do it, this resource is for them!
Have fun setting some goals as a family, celebrating successes, and supporting each other through struggles as you work to establish habits for cleaning. The habit trackers in this document focus on habits related to cleaning.
It's life skill time! Your child will try various techniques for sewing on different types of buttons as they experiment and follow along with a tutorial.
Your child will gather information from 2 or more sources to learn about some of the women who had an impact on early aviation. As they compile information, they will create a timeline to show what they have learned.