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Bible: The seasons
Language Arts: Quotation marks, writing comics with dialogue, copywork
Science: Making a science journal, Reading through The Science of the Seasons
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4||Day 5|
|The Science of Seasons||Read The Science of Seasons|
Note: Younger children may need you to read the book aloud to them as scheduled.
Older children can read the book in one sitting by themselves.
|p. 15-28||p. 29-36||p. 37-44|
|The Science of Seasons Learn-and-Play Activities||p. 1 Fill out your name!|
p. 2 Make Your Own Comics
p. 4 Fill in the speech bubbles
|p. 3 Cut out the shapes|
p. 6 Make your own comic
Assign the other comic templates as desired.
Cut out & construct the schoolroom playset, playset figures and first set of clothes. Option: Keep them set up in a schoolroom area.
|p. 21 Copywork|
|Explore Spring||Read the introduction.||Make the science journal.|
Supplies: 10 pieces 8 1/2 by 14 inch white paper, large brown grocery bag, ruler, scissors, 2 pieces of cardboard (cereal box), 2 pieces colored paper like wrapping paper 6×8 inches, markers, colored pencils, stickers, hole punch, 3 brads or 3 rubber bands
|If You Were Quotation Marks||Read today.|
|Art for Kids: Comic Strips||Read and/or browse this week. Use as desired.|
|Quotation marks worksheet|
Requires a free Teachers Pay Teachers account.
|Macaroni quotation marks worksheet|
Supplies: elbow macaroni
|Make your own comic online|
*This is a fun activity, but it’s important for kids to do the one on paper as well to fire up different parts of the brain that are used for writing things by hand vs. typing or doing them online!
|Bible lesson for older kids about the seasons|
Bible lesson for younger kids about the seasons
|If you have the PDF version of the Science of Seasons Activities book, you will want a notebook to keep your child’s activity pages together. We always used plastic sheet protectors in our notebooks. We would put 2 pages in each plastic protector with the backs of the pages facing each other. At the end of our study, we had a nice “scrapbook” to look over and show family members!|
Softcover users will want a notebook to store all the cutout pages.
Day2: You will be starting the Explore Spring book today. It is scheduled over the entire 13 weeks and covers a variety of topics. Even though the title says “Explore Spring”, most of the experiments and activities can be done year round and basic science concepts are covered.
Day 5: You can just use a composition book for your child’s science notebook. Don’t just limit it to the activities in the Exploring Spring book. Encourage your child to record any type of science observations in his book. A special incentive would be to provide a new box of colored pencils. I recommend Prismacolors for the quality. They are so much nicer for children to use than typical cheap school quality colored pencils.
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