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Monday, April 12, 2010

Climate Change For Kids, Free Physics Experiments

OK, here we go with another Monday. Next year we are doing an in depth lesson plan on green living, climate change, and renewable energy. The simple, and cute video below is a cute place to start to introduce climate change to your children.

We are not yet studying physic, but this next source will come in handy in a few years. It is free Physics experiments you can do at home, and you can download it now to use in the future. Simply go to http://www.homeschoolfreebie.wholesomechildhood.com/, and you can get it too. Even if you do not homeschool, this can be very useful supplemental info for your child. If you are using gardening as a learning experience, you will want to know about climate zones. See the video below for details

Lesson Plans For 04/13/10:

DJ:
Science: Climate zones
Math: Review
Reading: Read chapters 33-35 of Black Beauty with summary
Sign Language
Language Arts: Reading poetry, reading practice
Reading Comprehension
Vocabulary

Caitlin:
Family gatherings
Draw a picture of your family
Flash cards
Site Words
Reading: Pick two books from reading list
Animal Habitats
Printing Practice
Math: Addition with a number line
Nouns on the farm



2 comments:

Kristy said...

Great videos Ms. Melissa and very colorful. We enjoyed them very much.

Melissa said...

Thank you Ms Kristy

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