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I contacted Amy as well. We'll see...:)
Carolyn - I have some freebie links - great for summer nature study -
I gave a keynote speech for the HSHow-to Convention this year & created several documents (nature unit studies) and a Creation Bible Verses printable - I'm happy to share - (love encouraging others to get out and enjoy nature with the kiddos)
Let me know!
Great! I think the freebie sharing is under discussion and soon we should know! Thanks so much, Carolyn
I did a fun video singing "There was an Old Lady who Swallowed a Fly." Everyone loves singing this song with the silly rhymes and the fun puppet with all the shapes. http://stringskeysandmelodies.blogspot.com/2012/05/sing-story-with-...
This is one of our favorite songs!
I love the bouncy ball experiment. I pinned it to my experiment board so I will remember to try it. Thanks for sharing.
I'm not sure if this is the type of post you're looking for, but here is our 'Creating a Summer Fun List' post: http://www.kcedventures.com/blog/create-a-summer-fun-list-summer-bu...
If you'd like a more hands-on post, here's one for Books & Activities under the Nighttime Sky: http://www.kcedventures.com/blog/books-activities-astronomy-for-kid...
Wonderful posts, Jacquie!
This isn't a new post, but I have a post on How to Create a Summer Bucket List for Your Family.
If you interested in learning more about WBT from a teacher's perspective I've compiled a list of WBT blogs for everyone to check out.
I had an opportunity to substitute a Grade 7 class in "M-Division" and was really surprised by the work environment.
Lastly, I found some great science resources to start off your week!