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A Day at the Museum can be much more than "oooh" and "aaahh"!

We love taking our children to museums and historic places. There is so much to learn there. But at a young age connecting all that you see to the every day can be a bit of a daunting task.
The problem is how much of these great outing stays with your young children? What do they get from such visits. Can they apply what they see to their world? How does it translate?

So we created Basic Shapes at the Museum

43 Pages of Early Learning Museum Studies.

(This is a Teacher Resources so you will print what you need for your class and use the book to create a unique experiecne for your students)

Inside you'll find...
  • A Lesson Plan for Your Field Trip
  • Activities based on shapes discovered in your outings
  • Vocabulary Words
  • Games
  • Printable Worksheets
  • Shapes Templates
  • Finding Museums by state in the USA.

So we created Basic Shapes at the Museum

Basic Shapes at the Museum is a basic shapes museum visit lesson packet designed for the homeschooling parent of young children. When used according to the suggested lesson plan, Basic Shapes at the Museum will help to combine field trip visits to a marine or natural science museum with preschool and kindergarten lessons.
This lesson unit is designed so that the museum visit discussions will be incorporated into regular lessons and every day life. Your child will relate the things learned on their field trips to shapes seen every day.
~Enjoy and have a lovely field trip!

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File Last Updated:
September 21, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on September 15, 2015.