Preschool & Kindergarten
Your preschooler will love this song about toads, frogs, and pollywogs all the while learning about their habitat, how they move, and what they eat. For more in-depth learning see the Frog Unit Study in section 2.5 .
There are more than 20 downloadable learning activities and packs for your preschooler. Broken down into seasonal categories, these packs are easy to identify. Included in each pack is a beginning letter sound matching activity, tracing activities, cutting and scissor practice, number identification (for 1-20), a craft, recommended read aloud texts, and more.
This treasure hunt from Childfund encourages students in imaginative play and teaches about children around the world who create their play. The treasure hunt encourages the hunters to find different items and from their finds create something to play with.
Visual learners can learn the multiplication facts using arrays (rows and columns) with this crafty method. Print out a worksheet with multiplication facts and have your child create the multiplication facts on a small piece of construction paper by punching holes in corresponding rows and columns to create the math fact. Then paste the construction paper in the appropriate place on the worksheet.
This unit study on frogs includes a vocabulary list (with links to definitions), the classification of frogs, how to tell the difference between a frog and a toad, and the anatomy of a frog. Also, there is a section on suggested fiction and nonfiction books as well as games. Notebooking pages, which accompany the unit study, can be downloaded free from other websites. These websites require registration.
God’s creation is so magnificent! This animation of magnetic fields is fascinating, as are the comments by scientists who have studied them.
This chart of the Kings of Israel and Judah is a great jumping off point for an in-depth study. Use the chart and its scripture references to explore Israel’s history. For more details about each person listed, click on the highlighted name. You will be taken to a new webpage with their genealogy and additional scripture references relating to that person. An extra challenge for your student would be to add two columns to the chart to list the prophets to Israel and Judah.