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This is the September edition of our following directions packet. It contains one picture and five different stories to be used with the picture to practice following directions.
These cheat sheets contain the 20 most used prefixes and suffixes along with their meanings and examples. With them you will be on your way to understanding 97% of prefixed words and 99% of suffixed words. For other vocabulary ideas, check out Five Tips for Teaching Vocabulary in Children’s Literature.
This Listening Packet is part of our posts in the Equipped: Your Guide to Special Needs Homeschooling series.
Looking for a novel way for your children to think about plant classification? Try these hands-on sorting mats. They include pictures of 3 different plants for each plant group. Would be fun to include plant parts found in nature, too!
Download this Helen Keller Unit Study and check out the post Explore Helen Keller’s Life with Hands-On Activities for more ideas!
Your children can use this descriptive language ‘cheat sheet’ to remind themselves of the definitions of imagery and figurative language. Examples also included.
This Project-Based Learning Planning Guide will walk you and your child through the steps of planning a week, month, or semester long project. To learn more, visit Project-Based Learning in Your Homeschool.
Whether you are practicing adding within 5, long division, or anything in between this flag activity has a page for you. Solve the problems to figure out what order to put the stripes in and then color your flag.
These timelines to help teach history. There is a blank one you can fill in to use for a specific study like a war or print many of them to make a floor timeline. There are also personal timelines and timeline bookmarks. Read our post Using History Timelines in Your Homeschool for more ideas.
Here is a fun World Cup activity for you! First, your children will sort each of the countries that are participating in the World Cup by continent. Then, they will answer some math questions about them. Two levels of math questions are included so younger and older children can participate!
Download the Multicultural Book Reading Guide, part of our Create Your Own Homeschool Curriculum with Literature post.
Download this editing checklist to help your children edit their writing. There is a Helper’s Guide to give you ideas of how to cue your children to make it as painless as possible!
These spring bingo boards and calling cards will help your child practice his division facts.
These cute spring game boards will help your children practice their multiplication facts through 12×12. Children will roll two dice, multiply them by the number at the top of the game board and cover their answer, facilitating their memorization of multiplication facts. Includes 11 game boards, one for each number 2-12. Children can play independently or with another student.
These 5 and 10 frame matching cards are a fun way to practice math facts that make 5 and 10, which is one of the key skills in developing number sense as discussed in: How to Stop Your Children From Doing Math on Their Fingers.
These cute spring game boards will help your children learn their multiplication facts through 12×12. Children will roll two dice, multiply them by the number at the top of the game board and then cover their answer, facilitating their memorization of multiplication facts. Includes 11 game boards, one for each number 2-12. Children can play independently or with another student.
I am not a fan of children writing a book report after every book they read. I think that will squash the desire to read in many children. But there is a time when it is good to review a book in a more formal way. I created this book report to target reviewing the character, setting, problems, solutions and themes of books in a way that lets a child express his opinions. I read the questions to my second grader and fill in the answers for him so the focus is on discussing the book and not on his writing skills. One could have an older child complete himself.
In Turn Your Child’s Wishes Into Goals: A Goal Setting Guide for Your Children, I include a two-page printable that you can download here.
In Getting Your Children’s Brains Ready to Learn, I include a Free Printable to get you started with some direction following activities. You can download that printable here: Following Direction Freebie.
In Can You Teach Homeschool Chemistry to Your Elementary Age Children?, I included a Free Printable for you to use to build atoms of the first 18 elements with your children. You can download that printable here: Atom Building Manipulatives.
In Animal Matching Cards for Teaching Gender, Young, and Group Names, I included a Free Printable for you. You can download that printable here: Animal Matching Cards.
These cute winter game boards will help your children learn their multiplication facts through 12×12. Children will roll two dice, multiply them by the number at the top of the game board and then cover their answer, facilitating their memorization of multiplication facts. Includes 12 game boards, one for each number 1-12. Children can play independently or with another student.
In Subitizing Games with Free Printable Subitizing Cards, I described several games that can be used to help your children learn to subitize. Want to know more about why your children need to learn to subitize? Check out Visualizing Numbers, A Key Skill For Learning Math. Download the subitizing cards here.
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