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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

History Of Halloween

If you have a child in elementary school, then you know a big part of their education is about our American holidays. While Halloween is not what I define as a holiday it is celebrated like one. The video below explains the history of Halloween. Both my kids will watch this, and then just a short discussion. We are also continuing with our learning of places around the world and Canada is our current topic. To see some cool videos about Canada you can find them in my archives. We will be making a Canadian flag tomorrow, and finishing up with other facts about Canada. DJ also has his other history lessons. By the way anyone who didn't read on my Facebook page DJ got elected to be club photographer at his very first 4H meeting. He is very excited. It was a beautiful day at the park for our playdate today. I love the weather this time of year.

Lesson Plans For 10/13/10:

DJ:
Social Studies: Story of the World Ancient Times chapter 5 with worksheets, plus above
Math: Multiplication, rounding numbers, and problem solving
Spelling: Chapter 5 write each word three times each
Map Skills

Caitlin:
Social Studies: As above, and she is starting map skills
Math: Addition with number line
Language Arts: Blends pr, short vowels, beginning sounds
Finding Words in Pictures: Worksheet
Spelling List 5
Printing Practice
Clock work, calendar work, sight words, skip counting



3 comments:

Ebie said...

Growing up in a Catholic country, during my days, we do not observe Halloween. While we do observe All Souls or All Saints Day, when we visit the graves of our departed.

Ebie said...

P.S. Thanks for your nice compliments of my posts. While I consider myself as an advanced amateur photographer, I am learning a lot as time goes by.

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