PRESCHOOL & KINDERGARTEN
2.1 Summer Sunflower Crafts
2.2 Exploring Our Sense of Touch

 

2.1 Summer Sunflower Crafts

This art study introduces your preschooler to Vincent Van Gogh’s sunflower paintings. It teaches them about sunflowers while they create a sunflower work of art.

http://bit.ly/1Jyfsaf

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2.2 Exploring Our Sense of Touch

Preschoolers are naturally curious and as a result, touch everything in sight. These four activities teach your preschooler about the sense of touch.

http://stayathomeeducator.com/four-activities-to-learn-about-the-sense-of-touch

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ELEMENTARY
2.3 Festivals Around the World
2.4 Simple Machines Booklet

 

2.3 Festivals Around the World

This “Find a Festival” search engine teaches your student about cultures around the world. Select a month of the year, type of festival, location, and religion to display festivals around the world. Then choose a festival from the list and explore the holiday as well as foods and recipes used in the celebrations.

www.somewhereintheworldtoday.com

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2.4 Simple Machines Booklet

Download and print this simple machines mini book to reinforce how simple machines aid in doing work. Have your child color and assemble this pocket-size booklet, then challenge them to use the booklet to identify simple machines used in everyday life.

www.123homeschool4me.com/2015/03/simple-machines-printable-mini-book.html 

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HIGH SCHOOL
2.5 Canoeing and Tubing in the Old Dominion
2.6 Studying for the SAT
2.7 Passive Verbs Are a No-No, or Are They?

 

2.5 Canoeing and Tubing in the Old Dominion

Several canoeing and tubing adventures are listed and described at Virginia’s Travel Blog. Whitewater or flat water, kayaks, tubes, rafts, and canoes, there is an adventure to be found on Virginia’s rivers.

http://blog.virginia.org/2014/06/canoeing-tubing-adventures

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2.6 Studying for the SAT

This video offers tips and tricks to prepare to take the SAT.

http://bit.ly/1HJm9YS

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2.7 Passive Verbs Are a No-No, or Are They?

Exactly what is a passive verb and is there a proper time to use one? Kimberly Joki at the Grammarly.com blog defines passive verbs and explains their correct usage.

http://bit.ly/1RLsfzL

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