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These Weather and Natural Disaster Notebooking Pages work great with the Magic Fact Tracker listed in Learning Weather and Natural Disasters with Magic Tree House books. They can also be used with other related non-fiction books.
This How Does a Seed Grow? booklet will walk you and your children through a variety of activities centered around seeds and the plant life cycle. Coloring, exploring seeds, getting your hands dirty and fun are all included! Check out Planting Seeds with kids: 8 Skills They Will Learn for more fun ideas!
This Why Do Seasons Change? booklet can be used four times a year to lead your children through a lesson about why the seasons change. Check out our post How to Study the Seasons in Your Homeschool for more ideas!
Check out the Why Do Leaves Change Colors and Fall? booklet, which will walk your children through the answer to these questions. You know they have asked!! For other leaf study ideas, check out 11 Easy Ways to Study Leaves This Fall.
Download these colorful posters and hang them up so your children can learn more about simple machines. Contains definitions, part, types and example of the six simple machines.
These pages can be used with any I Survived… book. Check out I Survived Books for Your Homeschool for a list of the books to see which ones you can use to study weather and natural disasters, as well as animals.
These Animal Notebooking Pages work great with the Magic Tree House Fact Trackers listed in Learning Animals with Magic Tree House Books. They can also be used with other non-fiction books about animals.
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!
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.