Learning can be just as thrilling as kayaking down some rapids! After finding your way out of this adventure worksheet (with answer key) , paddle over to Education.com for more resources for your Preschooler! Enjoy and God bless!
Every other Wednesday at my church, I teach a bible lesson to our school-aged children. I started using a lesson plan from H.E.A.R.T Ministry. It is a series called Attributes of the Godly, and it consists of 8 lessons. You can download the PDF here. These are the lessons: LESSON 1: Having a Fruitful Ministry LESSON … Continue reading Bible Study and Arts n’ Crafts
Here is a very simple experiment for 2nd graders. All you need is a carbonated beverage and salt. https://youtu.be/0I2LqZCkueQ The salt attracts the CO2 (Carbon Dioxide–what makes the bubbles in a fizzy drink) and pulls it all out of the soda at once instead of little by little like it usually comes out. Source: … Continue reading Science Experiment-Chemical Reaction
This is a great little exercise for my 2.5 year old that keeps her busy. It involves colors, counting, and fine motor skills. Just string the beads on a pipe cleaner, remove, and string on a different color...repeat until boredom sets in...lol! Best part? No mess! (I realize only one photo is sufficient, but she's … Continue reading Easy Learning Skills for Toddlers
This was my fifth grade daughter's writing assignment for today (courtesy of Easy Peasy All In One Homeschool-5th grade) Write a short story using at least three of the vocabulary (bold) words from day 31 or day 33. Get a high five and/or hug if you use five or more. I'm not sure what prompted … Continue reading Writing Lesson-Day 35