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Study the animals of the night with your elementary or middle school aged children. This printable study is great for your animal loving homeschool kids and will compliment a nocturnal animal lesson nicely. Whether you are using a Charlotte Mason, Montessori, Waldorf, Reggio, or a traditional approach to homeschool, this study will fit in to your curriculum plans. Click the link to learn more about how you can use this resource. #homeschoolcurriculum #naturebasedlearning #animalactivity
If you are ever feeling low on energy and like you just can't keep up with your kids high energy, check out these Backyard Activity Cards. These are perfect outdoor activities that will help your kids explore and play more independently. If you ever run out of ideas for outdoor time just draw a card and do the activity listed. It's perfect for long endless play on long summer days. These printable cards are also great for all ages but especially elementary aged kids. #homeschoolactivities
Need a nocturnal animal activity for your elementary aged children? This poster & Montessori three-part card set is a great way to introduce your kids to the animals that come out at night. This is a great addition to any homeschool curriculum or to a classroom study. The three-part cards have fun interesting facts about each animal. It all features hand-painted art which will keep your study original and unique.
Learn about the planets in our solar system with this 20 page unit study, perfect for toddlers and young children. The unit study comes complete with writing and letter practice, poster, informational flash cards, 3-part cards, worksheets, and word searches.
Check out our newest printable woodland Animal Tracks Matching Game perfect for studying new animals. Tracking animals in the forest is a perfect activity for young and old kids. It also can be done in any weather! Perfect for snowy days and when there's lots of mud.
Teaching animal tracks is a great way to help children connect animal adaptations to their habitat. While learning about the 16 different animal tracks featured in this bundle, students will be excited to get outside for a nature walk and search for these tracks on their own. This is a great activity for all ages. It's a perfect activity to do on a snowy or muddy day outside. This printable bundle will get your kids thinking, exploring, and outside. This is why it is my best seller.
Do you need a spring activity to entertain your elementary-aged kids while distance learning? This bee activity is a great addition to add to your homeschool curriculum schedule. Your kids will learn about the fascinating life cycle of bees as well as their external anatomy. These printable worksheets are hand-painted. Perfect for Montessori, Charlotte Mason, Reggio inspired families.
Spiders are not something to fear. Teach your little ones about spiders and their webs using our spider unit workbook. The workbook covers anatomy, types of webs, and your own web building activity.
Download this hand-drawn watercolor hibernating animal set for a great winter activity in your classroom or homeschool curriculum. Great for nature studies, Montessori style learning, Charlotte Mason style learning, and more! The printable covers 7 unique animals that are not super well known. The poster would make a beautiful guide or decor while the fact cards are sure to teach your kids unique and interesting facts about the animals. Included is also a guide to hibernation.
Master your knowledge of animal tracks with these four worksheets. Students will test their visual skills as well as counting skills. These worksheets are a great addition to your homeschool animal curriculum or at homeschool co-ops. Great for students of all ages. To learn more about how to complete the worksheets, be sure to click through to the link!