Atoms and Elements – Activities

Learning Chemistry is tough.  Teaching Chemisty is tough.  How do we explain chemistry concepts to elementary students?  It’s difficult to explain that which is to small to see.  We found a few craft ideas to help us to understand the make up of atoms.  Let’s get started! We printed out these element worksheets from Half

Immigration Unit Study

History (Cycle 3 Week 16) Resources we used about Immigration: Draw*Write*Now, step by step instructions for drawing Statue of Liberty American Girl series, Kirstin books A Picnic in October, by Eve Bunting The Keeping Quilt, by Patricia Polacco “The Great American Melting Pot,”  School House Rocks song   Possible Assignments: Draw Statue of Liberty and

CC Week 20 Cycle 3

History Resources we used this week, focusing somewhat on Rosa Parks: Remember the Titans movie Draw * Write * Now – step by step instructions on drawing a bus The Bus Ride that Changed History: the Story of Rosa Parks, by Pamela Duncan Edwards A Picture Book of Rosa Parks, by David A. Adler Excerpt at

CC Week 21 Cycle 3

Science Assignment: Make a book about astronauts Resources we used: This month’s Institute for Creation Research magazine featured a Christian astronaut.  A great read and great discussion starter. Draw * Write * Now  – step by step instructions on how to draw a rocket. AWANAS – in our T&T handbook, there were jokes about outer