This is the 11th and final publication in our first year of the monthly Book Bag series featured by Teacher Book Bag.
We have packed this month's book with fun learning activities to keep your children's minds active all summer long.
** June/July Book Bag has two files. One file contains the entire e-book. The other file contains sets of number recognition, addition,... [click here for more]
Please look at the full 97 page review under "Quick Preview"of this eBook.
The Table of Contents Is Below.
Why I Wrote this eBook
Curiosity is the fuel that motivates a child’s learning. I remember how curious I was as a child about the workings of the human body, and it still fascinates me. I am continually in awe of God’s creations!
Each year that I taught... [click here for more]
Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer in the United States. In order to urge Americans to join the fight against this disease, ever since 1963 Congress has asked the President to proclaim February as “American Heart Month.”
You may use these activities to give your child an overview of the circulatory system, or use them as a springboard into a full circulatory system study.... [click here for more]
If you have found an empty nest, it will be a great object to highlight this unit. If you don't have an empty nest, don't worry about it... this lesson will walk your child through the steps to make their own nest!
This unit is part of the Observing Series by homeschool bits. The Observing Series will contain information, facts, photos, how to observe, projects,... [click here for more]
Weather tracking can be great fun! Analysis of data collected can encourage children to learn more about why the weather trends occur. This small collection is for children of all ages. Pages are provided for primary and intermediate users.
Use the tie-in to Lewis and Clark's Expedition to study how weather analysis was a matter of life and death. I guarantee you, your child will want to know more.
Where... [click here for more]