Science of Seasons Week 11

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Bible: Jesus calmed the storm
Geography:  latitude and longitude, GPS
Language arts: vocabulary, adjectives
Science: stormy weather, fall
Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4Day 5
The Science of SeasonsThe Science of SeasonsHave your kids see if they can find the pages that match this week’s activities as they do them.
The Science of Seasons Activity BookThe Science of Seasons Learn-and-Play Activitiesp. 82-85 Fall playset and clothes

Vocabulary cards:
climate, equator
p. 87 Fall Leaf Adjectives

Vocabulary cards:
equinox, fall
p. 89 Geography, Maps and Globes

Vocabulary cards:
firmament, gravity
p. 90
Geography, Maps and Globes

Vocabulary cards:
Vernal, winter
p. 91
Geography, Maps and Globes

Vocabulary cards:
Hanami, chametz
Explore Spring!: 25 Great Ways to Learn About SpringExplore SpringActivity: Make Your Own Thunderstorm

Supplies: ice cube tray, blue food coloring, warm water, clear, plastic container the size of a shoebox, red food coloring
Activity: Make Some Thunder

Supplies: brown paper lunch bags
Farmer Boy (Little House)Farmer BoyChapter 6Chapters 7-8Chapter 9Chapter 10Chapter 11
National Geographic Kids Everything Weather: Facts, Photos, and Fun that Will Blow You AwayNational Geographic Kids Everything WeatherRead this over the week.
Read each book on the day it’s listed:Sea Clocks: The Story of LongitudeSea Clocks: The Story of LongitudeWe Gather Together: Celebrating the Harvest SeasonWe Gather Together: Celebrating the Harvest SeasonCloudy With a Chance of MeatballsCloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
Weather lapbook
Do whichever elements of this lapbook that interest you.
Stormy Weather Make & Learn Project 
Bible lesson: Jesus calmed the storm (adapt for home use)
Battleship game
Play Battleship! This is a great game to illustrate how longitude and latitude (and GPS coordinates) work! Here is a free printable version. Here’s another one you can print out for free.
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